|District Youth Exchange officer Darryl Bishop addresses the students.|
|Outbound students pose for a photo. Andrea Byford who has been sponsored by Sunrise Rotary is in the front row, near centre.|
|Inbound students pose in the chapel at Lutherhaven before setting out on the District tour. Jade can be seen in back, centre.|
Every three years, Rotarians meet at the Council on Legislation to review and vote on proposed legislation. The Council gives us a voice in how our organization is governed.
The 2016 Council on Legislation met in Chicago 10-15 April. With the Council adjourned, an official report of action will be compiled, sent to clubs, and posted online within two months. Clubs have an opportunity to record opposition to any action during the following two months. If at least 5 percent of the votes entitled to be cast by the clubs oppose an action, the legislation is suspended and the general secretary conducts a ballot-by-mail. A majority vote would cause the proposal to be rejected. All Council actions otherwise go into effect 1 July.
|Cyclists along the North Star Rails to Trails.|
|Volunteers from the Traffic & Safety committee sweep the shoulder of the highway to ensure a safer ride and fewer flat tires.|
|Kids line-up before the start of the Kids' Fondo on Sunday morning.|