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Liberty

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Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
The TreeHouse at Liberty Hospital
2533 Glenn Hendren Dr
Liberty, MO 64068
United States of America
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    As we begin the 2024-2025 Rotary year, we have a chance to build on the numerous successes of the past year, to grow Rotary, and to continue to provide invaluable service in our local communities and around the world.
    Our District 6040 leadership team is here to serve you as a club leader and Rotarian. To see who serves on the committees of the district, please visit https://rotary6040.org/DistrictOrganizationChartPhoto/2024.
    A few of the initiatives of the district that you’ll see featured in the district newsletter throughout the year that I would encourage everyone to learn about are District Grants (every club Is encouraged to apply, and thanks to the generosity of our Rotarians in 2021-2022, we have a lot of funds to spend on District Grants this year), Global Grants (your club can participate in meaningful International Service  without expending any club funds), Rotary Youth Exchange (consider hosting a student in 2025-2026 in your Rotary community), Rotary Friendship Exchange (travel the world), and the new Peace and Conflict Resolution anti-bullying program for girls called “Step Up”.
    Rotary International President 2024-25:  Stephanie A. Urchick
     
    Rotary is at its best when we foster a sense of inclusion and belonging in our clubs. In fact, I would go so far as to say that belonging is The Magic of Rotary itself.  With a focus on inclusivity and belonging, it is easier to be united in a common purpose. When we are committed to one another and focused on our goals, we are most effective.  Rotary’s Action Plan can help. The Action Plan comes with tools you can use to collect feedback, assess your club’s strengths and weaknesses, and address challenges.
     
     
    Stop by and share a cup with us!
    Speakers
    Gwen O'Brien, Executive Director
    Jul 24, 2024
    Feed Northland Kids - Joint Rotary Food Drive - August 2024
    5th Wednesday Social
    Jul 31, 2024
    Playing at "The Artisan Market"
    Hayden Hicks, Life Unlimted
    Aug 07, 2024
    Adopt-a-Home Program
    Committee Work Day
    Aug 14, 2024
    Planning 2024-2025 Rotary Year
    Club Executives & Directors
    President
    President Elect
    President Nominee
    Immediate Past President
    Secretary
    Treasurer
    Membership
    Foundation Chair
    Director 2023-2025
    Director 2023-2025
    Director 2023-2025
    Director 2023-2025
    Director 2024-2026
    Director 2024-2026
    Director 2024-2026
    Director 2024-2026
    Sergeant-at-Arms
    Meeting Responsibilities
    Sergeant at Arms
    Prockish, Dustin