Deadline to Submit Your Nomination Form is this Saturday, October 15
Now is the time for Clubs to nominate candidates for the very important positions of District Governor and Trustee. See the nomination details and nomination forms, below. We hope to hear from many Clubs because there are so many potential candidates among our members.

Nomination Details

Nominating Form Supplemental Statement

District Governor Nomination Form

Trustee Nominating Form

Membership Workshops

They will be held this month on three dates in four locations, shown in date order:
Area D: Monday, October  24, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Brookline VFW, Brookline. To registerclick here
Area B: Monday, October 24, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Concord Academy, Concord. To registerclick here
Area C: Tuesday, October 25, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Chuck's Steak House, Auburn. To register, click here
Area A: Wednesday, October 26, 6:30-8:30 p.m., The Manor, West Boylston. To register, click here
To find your club's area in our districtclick here.

District Food Packaging

Saturday, November 12
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Solomon Pond Mall, Marlborough
To volunteer and donate, click here.


Nominations Are Due in 5 Days

Membership Workshops Begin in 14 Days

District Food Packaging Event in 32 Days

By Pat and Skip Doyle

Important! Important! Important!

You asked! We Listened!

Two District-Wide Events:  Membership Workshops and District Food Packaging 

Membership Workshops
They will be held this month on three dates in four locations:
  • Area D: Monday, October  24, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Brookline VFW, Brookline. To registerclick here
  • Area B: Monday, October 24, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Concord Academy, Concord. To registerclick here
  • Area C: Tuesday, October 25, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Chuck's Steak House, Auburn. To register, click here
  • Area A: Wednesday, October 26, 6:30-8:30 p.m., The Manor, West Boylston. To register, click here
To find your club's areaclick here.
District Food Packaging
Saturday, November 12
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Solomon Pond Mall
To volunteer and donate, click here.
See next week's newsletter for highlights of the Zone Institute, highlights of our  club visits this week, and details of these exciting upcoming events.

Pat is very disturbed with the current lack of knowledge exhibited by voters concerning our election process. She feels this should not be the case for Rotarians in District 7910 when it comes to our process for choosing a District Governor. This has led us to develop a crash course: Nomination Process 101 District 7910.

An invitation is sent by August 15 each year to all clubs in the district to propose qualified candidates for District Governor Nominee, for 2018-2019. The invitation will outline the procedures to follow, the qualifications required and the necessary form to fill out. The deadline for receiving these nominations is this Saturday, October 15.
Regarding District Governor for '19-'20, all applicants must have served as a club president and have been in Rotary for a minimum of seven years.
The District Nominating Committee shall schedule and conduct interviews of the candidates proposed by the clubs. The committee may nominate additional candidates it feels would also fulfill the requirements. The committee submits its selection to the governor no later than this December 1.
Further guidelines can be found on page 177 of the District Directory or in the District Resolutions.
It is a fundamental principle in Rotary that the best-qualified candidate should be selected for service in Rotary’s elective offices. Therefore, any effort to influence the selection process in either a positive or negative manner by campaigning, canvassing, electioneering or otherwise is prohibited under the Rotary International Bylaws.

Remember that even though the Nominating Committee can only choose one District Governor each year, all Past Presidents are eligible to be considered. We have met so many qualified Past Presidents as we visited Clubs, and as we say any one of you could be District Governor. Give it a try. The application deadline is this Saturday, October 15.

More than likely, all of you are just as tired as we are about elections, voting and candidates. But this reminder is for all Rotarians. Now is the time for clubs to nominate candidates for the very important positions of District Governor and Trustee. Please review the nomination details and nomination forms, below. We hope to hear from many clubs because there are so many potential candidates among our members.

Always remember, you can call us with questions at 508-393-9031.
District Governors Pat and Skip Doyle may be reached at  pwdoyle2@verizon.net and skipdoyle2@verizon.net, 


Click here to submit content for the October 17 issue to Immediate Past District Governor/Newsletter Editor Jim Fusco.


Click here for past issues.




No New Members: Ask! Ask! Ask!
Sign up for one of the District's four Membership Workshops: Coming this month to your area our district! To learn more, click here.


We share with you the results of club-membership growth in our district during Rotary year 2016-2017, which began July 1.
This is a unique opportunity for Rotarians and friends to discuss partnering on humanitarian projects affecting our local communities.


In both Excel and PDF formats, we share with you the Club Planning Worksheet for Rotary year 2016-2017, which began on July 1.
Please enter your club information in the indicated cells.


DG Visits Last week

Front, left to right: Secretary Heather Chivallatti, President Steve Jones-D'Agostino and Treasurer Marcia Davis, the club's immediate past president
Back, left to right: Members Tom Dufour and Jon Manning, District Governor Pat Doyle, District Governor Skip Doyle, Member John Convent and Assistant Governor Cliff Gerber




Front, left to right: Member John Krusell, Treasurer Luanne Mcleod, Executive Director Lynn Duffer-O'Shea, and Member Judy Rice
Back, left to right: Member Don Howard, District Governor Skip Doyle, President Chet Lubelczyk, District Governor Pat Doyle, and Members Armand Dimo and Charlie Haddock
Left to right: District Governors Skip and Pat Doyle, President Steve Kirk, and Assistant Governor Bob Gurnsey
Left to right: District Governors Skip and Pat Doyle

Front, left to right: Members Joe Marco, Larry McLeod and Cheryl Scali, and Assistant Governor Peggie Thorsen
Back, left to right: District Governor Skip Doyle, President Ed King, District Governor Pat Doyle, and Member Steve Georgeson


Concord Rotary's 2016  Oktoberfest Is Going to Rock
The Rotary Club of Concord is hosting its first outdoor fall festival, Oktoberfest, a celebration of autumn in the Bavarian tradition with a Concordian twist. This fundraiser for Concord Rotary’s service projects takes place on Saturday, October 22 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Verrill Farm in Concord. The event will have something for everyone, including five live bands, local food and amazing craft beer.
Ticket costs:
  • Adults (21 and older): $25 per person online, and $35 at the door
  • Juniors (12 -20): $5 online and at door.
  • Children (under 12): Free!
Price includes access to music and festival events and, for those 21 and older, beer samples.
To purchase tickets, click here.
To learn more about Oktoberfest, click here.
To watch a two-minute promotional video produced by club President Steve Kirk,click here.
To learn more about Concord Rotary, click here.

Auburn Rotary 'Flips For Scholars' Pancake Breakfast on October 23
The Rotary Club of Auburn will fire up the griddles for a worthy cause with its "Flips For Scholars" Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, October 23 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon in the cafeteria of Auburn High School. Net proceeds will go to scholarships for recent graduates of Auburn High School and Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School. Over the course of more than 50 years, Auburn Rotary has raised in excess of $420,000 for scholarships. Tickets, which will be available at the door, cost $7 for adults$5 for seniors and $3 for kids 12 and under. Plenty of free parking will be available.
For kids of all ages, special appearances will be made by Jake the Lion, the mascot of the Worcester Bravehearts baseball team, by Trax, the mascot of the Worcester Railers hockey club, and by Marshall, the firedog of the Paws Patrol TV show. Celebrity flippers will include State Rep. Paul Frost (R-Auburn), Auburn Middle School Principal Joseph Gagnon, Auburn Fire Chief Stephen Coleman Jr., and Auburn Town Clerk Debra Gremo.
To RSVP for the Pancake Breakfast, click here.
For more information on the Pancake Breakfast, contact Marcia Davis, immediate president of Auburn Rotary, at 508-254-1214 or largotutor@verizon.net. 
To download the Pancake Breakfast flyer (shown above), in PDF format, click here. 
To watch a Pancake Breakfast public service announcement by Marcia Davis and club Secretary Heather Chivallatti, produced by and airing on Auburn Community Televisionclick here.
To learn more about Auburn Rotary, click here.

Westborough Rotary Inducts Two New Members
Left to right: President Gerry Gross, Sponsor Peter Gardner, new Members Harold Pinkham and Hollie Alderon, and Sponsor Maureen Ambrosino

Southborough Rotary Sponsors Four RYLA Participants
Four high school juniors were able to participate in a Rotary Youth leadership Awards conference this summer thanks to the Rotary Club of Southborough. The club is thanking a fund donor and reaching out for more businesses to step up.


Governor Baker Hosted at 'Meet & Greet' by Bedford, Billerica, Lowell,  Newton and Shrewsbury Rotary


Left to right: Immediate Past District Governor Jim Fusco; Charles River RotarianJon Fetherston; Littleton Gino Frattalone Rotarian; Governor Charlie Baker; and Billerica Rotarian John Peterson.








Jim Fusco (left) informs Governor Baker (right) of the presence of Rotary in Massachusetts (158 clubs with 1,580 Rotarians), while Gino Frattalone (center)looks on.









To view these and other photos of this event, taken by Frank Sibley of Acton-Boxborough Rotary and Rich Prager of Worcester Rotary, click here.

To watch a video by Concord Rotarian Steve Kirk, which was played during this event, click here.

Zone Institute in Winnipeg
Left to right: Assistant Governor Satya Mitra; District Governor-Elect Karin Gaffney; District Governors Pat and Skip Doyle; District Governor-Nominee Steve Sager; and Past District Governor Carol Toomey.
Our District was well-represented at the Zone Institute in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The Institute included intensive training for our future District leaders.

Steering Committee Meets in Winnipeg
Left to right: District Governors Skip and Pat Doyle, District Governor-elect Karin Gaffney and District Governor-nominee Steve Sager.
Your District Steering Committee, consisting of the District Governor, District Governor-Elect and District Governor-Nominee, meets monthly to guide your District. Last month, they took time out at the Zone Institute to hold their September meeting.

Women in Rotary: A Radio Interview
Boston Rotaract will host the Women in Rotary: Not (Just) Your Grandfather’s Rotary Club forum this Wednesday, October 5 from 6:30 8:30 p.m. at the Back Bay Social Club in Boston. READ MORE
Left to right: District  Governor Sheryl Meehan of District 7930; Boston Rotaract President Amy Collinsworth; and District Governor-Elect Dave Gardner of D7930.

District Interact Teen and Advisor Training Seminar A Huge Success
Nearly 50 participants from 14 Rotary communities took part in a District Interact Teen and Advisor Training Seminar, which was held on Saturday, September 17 at the Sheraton Hotel in Needham.
READ MORE (including links to Seminar videos and photos)

Framingham's Liz Kaprielian Awarded Bill Rabkin Volunteer of Year Award

Liz Kaprielian, a member of the Rotary Club of Framingham, was surprised when she was was awarded the Bill Rabkin Volunteer of the Year award at Access Framingham.

Bandey Hefler in Full Swing in England
Our District 7910 Bandey Hefler Fellowship Exchange has been in full swing and receiving rave reviews from all travelers and hosts. Shown, are American travelersSze-Wen Kuo (fourth from right) and Mina and Paul Femino (first and second from right) enjoying lunch with their British hosts at the Lions Pub in London.

Sturbridge Participates in Day of Caring
For the seventh year, Sturbridge Rotary has participated in United Way's annual Day of Caring. Nine club members were part of the 130 volunteers working at 14 project sites.

Westborough Sponsors Down Syndrome Buddy Walk
One of Westborough Rotary's giving requests was to be a sponsor of the Down Syndrome Buddy Walk and Harvest Festival, which was held on Sunday, September 18. A group of Rotarians (shown here) participated in the walk and had a great time supporting a wonderful cause.

District Polio Team Visits Lowell Rotary
Carl Good III, chair of the District Polio Committee, and his polio team continue to visit clubs. Recently, he visited Ayer & Westford Rotary Clubs to spread the polio message.
If you would to join the polio team, just let Carl know at carlgood@yahoo.com or 978-273-7880.
Carl Good III (left) posing with Ayer Chris Lilly.

Nashoba Valley Sponsors Razia's Ray of Hope Event on October 27
The Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley is proud to sponsor the local premiere of What Tomorrow Brings, event to benefit Razia’s Ray of Hope, on Thursday, October 27 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Warn Hall of the Fenn School, located at 6 Monument St. in Concord.

Presidents-Elect Start Pre-PETS Training
District Governor-Elect Karin Gaffney recently kicked off the training for presidents-elect at Concord Academy. Karin is shown motivating the PEs.

Pat and Skip Doyle Installed as '16-'17 DGs
District 7910's 2016 Rotary Youth Leadership Awards were held on June 24 through 26 at Fitchburg State University, ending with the installation of longtime RYLA supporters Pat and Skip Doyle as District Governors for 2016-2017. The three-day RYLA event was attended by 188 sophomores. To learn more about RYLA, visit ryla7910.org.
Click on the image, to view a video of the installation of Pat and Skip Doyle as '16-'17 DGs

District Leadership Meeting A Huge Success
How HUGE? So HUGE that another is planned for next Monday, October 17!
District Governors Pat and Skip Doyle held their Leadership Meeting on July 19 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Leominster. This is an annual event for which DGs bring their District leaders and committee chairs together to review the goals for the new Rotary year.
This, year the event was presented in a facilitated format. The results will be consolidated and sent to all attendees so that the District Goals for each committee can be set.

District Banners Available
Our district banners are available for your to use when you have an upcoming event or fundraiser. 
If you want to reserve one of the banners, please contact PR Chair Laura Spear at laura@spear.net.

On to Atlanta in 2017
Planning to attend? Contact District Chair Steve Glines.
More than 43,000 attendees left the Rotary International Convention in South Korea inspired to end polio for good, to celebrate The Rotary Foundation's centennial, and to champion changes that will help Rotary appeal to a broader audience.
On the last day, RI President K.R. “Ravi” Ravindran shared a personal story of his mother’s triumph over polio. 
To read the story, click here.
To register for the 2017 RI Convention in Atlanta, click here


Friday, October 14: Montachusett Area Rotary - 'Comedy Night,' Knights of Columbus, Leominster
For tickets and information, contact club President Jennifer Peck at montachusettarearotary@gmail.com.

Saturday October 15: Franklin Rotary in conjunction with Simon Properties - 'Chalkfest,' Wrentham Outlets, Wrentham
Board, Font, Positive, Confirmation
Saturday, October 22: Fitchburg Rotary - 'Roast The Mayor Night'
Fitchburg has a new mayor, Steve DiNatale, and to celebrate his first year in office, Fitchburg Rotary will sponsor a Roast the Mayor Night.
For more information, contact club President Dan Cunnimham atdanc1@comcast.net.

Saturday, October 22: Concord - 'Octoberfest'
You’ll hear five live bands, sample food and beer, enter a pie-eating contest, create the best scarecrow, show off hula-hoop skills, jump in the bouncy house, shop craft vendors, visit community organization booths, and more.
For more Information, click here.
To watch the two-minute promotional video, click here.

Sunday, October 23: Auburn Rotary - 'Flips for Scholars Pancake Breakfast'
To download the event flyer, click here

For more information and to RSVP, click here
To watch the event TV spot, click here

Sunday, October 23: Westborough Rotary - 'Trivia Bee'
Westborough Rotary has accepted an invitation from the Westborough Education Foundation to sponsor a team for this Trivia Bee, will provide three Rotarians and an alternate, and hopes to bring back a trophy this year!
For more information, contact club President Gerry Gross atgerrygross@gmail.com.
Rotary Club of Westborough Official Site

Saturday, October 29: Sturbridge Rotary - 'Antique Appraisal Show'
To download the event flyer, click here

Tuesday, November 1: Marlborough Rotary - 'Reality Fair 2016'
Download the Confirmation of Participation form: click here for PDF format; and, click here for Word format

Monday, December 5: Sturbridge Rotary - 'Lottery Ticket Raffle'
 To download the event flyer, click here.


Send flyers of your club's major events and activities, in either JPEG or PDF format, to Immediate Past District 
Governor/Newsletter Editor Jim Fusco at jim.fusco2@gmail.com.


You may submit event information per the District 7910 Promotional GuidelinesIf your club does not use ClubRunner, please send your event information to Rotary District 7910 Newsletter. And make sure to add the e-mail address of Immediate Past Governor/Newsletter Editor Jim Fusco,  jim.fusco2@gmail.com, to your club's distribution list.


OCTOBER 10-24, 2016

Tuesday, October 11 
12:15-1:30 p.m.
Area #1 Team Meeting
Wednesday, October 12
6:00-8:00 p.m.

Thursday, October 13 
12:15–1:30 p.m.

Thursday, October 13
6:30-8:30 p.
Saturday, October 15

Monday, October 17

Monday, October 17
6:30-9:00 p.m.
Hilton Garden Inn, Marlborough
Monday, October 17
6:00-7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 19 
12:15-1:30 p.m.
Thursday, October 20 
7:15-8:30 a.m
Thursday, October 20 
12:15-1:30 p.m.
Sunday, October 23
Monday, October 24
6:30-8:30 p.m.
Brookline VFW, Brookline
Monday, October 24 
6:30-8:30 p.m.

Concord Academy, Concord
To find your club's area, click here.
Tuesday, October 25 
6:30-8:30 p.m.

Chuck's Steak House, Auburn

To find your club's area, click here.
Wednesday , October 26 
6:30-8:30 p.m.

The Manor, West Boylston


Our New RI Director Is Jeff Cadorette

Medical Mission Brings A Healing Touch to Rwanda

Highlights of 'Rotary Leader' Newsletter
Click on each box to go to that section

Building Peace and Helping Refugees in Nigeria

The Rotary Club of Yola-AUN is located on the campus of the American University of Nigeria, smack-dab in the region where Boko Haram is most active.  


Dean Rohrs: '16-'17 RI Director for Zones 24 & 32

New: Her October newsletter is here

To read her highlights of the RI Board of Directors meeting, click here.


Sam Owori Selected as '18-'19 RI President
Sam Owon is a Ugandan businessman and a member of the Rotary Club of Kampala.

A Letter from '16-'17 RI President John Germ

Dear Fellow Rotarians,

Part of moving Rotary forward means providing you and your clubs with the tools you need to succeed. A project that I’m proud to have launched this year is the upgrade of Rotary Club Central. READ MORE

For information on the April 2017 Rotary International Convention, click here.

Campaign to End Polio: What you don't know

When was the last time there was polio in Europe? If you guessed 2002, the year the region was certified polio-free, you were wrong. The last time polio affected a child in Europe was last summer. In 2015, two Ukrainian children were diagnosed with paralytic polio. Given the way the disease manifests itself, that means many more were likely infected and didn’t show symptoms. At least one Western news outlet deemed the outbreak “crazy” – but the reality is that no place on Earth is safe from polio until the disease is eradicated everywhere. READ MORE

Water & Sanitation Rotarian Action Group
For the latest WASRAGNewsletter, click here.

What Millennials Love about Rotary

Millennials, an ethnically diverse, fiercely independent generation of digital natives, are doing more than just snapping selfies—they’re looking for a way to make a difference in their communities. For Rotary, the Millennial era could mean an influx of young, energetic members. READ MORE

Get Ready for Your District Rotary Foundation Seminar

The Rotary Foundation is celebrating its 100th year of Doing Good in the World. Take the opportunity to strengthen your district and clubs during your district Rotary Foundation seminar by using resources from centennial.rotary.org.

Go to the Promotional resources tab to download the following Centennial Promotional Kit materials:

  • Ideas and activities for clubs
  • Doing Good in the World promotional flier
  • Doing Good in the World bookmark
  • Sample press release
  • Centennial letterhead
  • Centennial PowerPoint template
  • History of the Rotary Foundation PowerPoint
  • Centennial postcard

Let others know about these materials they can use to promote the Foundation in their clubs and communities. 

Membership Materials on Sale: Order Now!
To order, click here

New Tools for Membership Tool Belt

Looking to enhance your club membership experience? Do you want to find opportunities for growth in your club? Club and district leaders now have a set of updated Membership Assessment Tools (formerly Club Assessment Tools) to help them strengthen club membership and add value to your club membership experience, so that more people will join and fewer members will leave.
For your convenience, you can download the entire publication, or just the individual assessments that are most relevant to your club.
The individual assessments, which walk users through evaluation and development of an action plan, include: READ MORE

A How-To Membership Leads Video

Click here for a new video that helps district and club leaders make the most of the recently enhanced Membership Leads resource. It shows how to track a prospective member from the initial membership-leads submission all the way to connection with a local club. It also outlines the role of club and district leaders in the redesigned process, highlighting how their participation will help strengthen membership, and features the new Rotary resources available to support them. Join the conversation in the Membership Best Practices discussion group to tell us how you’re using the new Membership Leads resource to grow and diversify membership.

RI Membership Resource Guide

To download in PDF format, click here

RI Makes Changes in 'Brand Center' Online Tool

We hope that you've found Rotary International’s Brand Center a useful tool to create customized logos and brochures - and to tell Rotary's story in a consistent and engaging way. To gain access, you will need to login with your Rotary Membership ID.

Rotary Global Rewards: Sign-Up Today!

Click here for more information
Click here to e-mail District Chair Judy Merrimam
Have you tried Rotary Global Rewards — Rotary International’s new member-benefit program that offers discounts on travel, hotels, dining, entertainment and more? Rotary Global Rewards will make your Rotary membership even more rewarding.

'16-'17 Rotary Theme: 'Rotary Serving Humanity'

To download the image in JPEG format, click here.

Check Out 'Rotary Voices' Blog
Check out Rotary Voices, the official blog of Rotary International. This blog features stories by and about Rotary members, Rotary program alumni, and the people we partner and work with.


Why Should I Go to The Rotary International Convention?

By  Karin Gaffney







I am providing testimonials from our Rotarians who have attended a Rotary International Convention. Here's a testimonial from Steve Glines of Littleton Rotary.


Next week, I'll have a testimonial from Satya Mitra of Worcester Rotary.

Rotary Leadership Institute on October 15 in Boxborough Cancelled!
By Doug Detweiler
Unfortunately, the Rotary Leadership Institute scheduled for Saturday, October 15 has been cancelled due to an insufficient number of attendees. The next RLI is scheduled for Saturday, November 12 in Chicopee.
RLI recommends that candidates should have those qualities that mark them as potential club leaders, not necessarily future presidents. 

Membership Workshops Start in 14 Days

By Tom Sturiale

Instead of a District Membership Forum this year, we are featuring Membership Workshops in our district's four areas.


Membership Materials on Sale: Order Now!

To order, click here


District’s NewRotary Means Business’ Networking Group to Hold First Organizational Meeting on October 20

By Ron Bott
Interested in business networking? Can you help us organize events?
October An Important Month for Foundation, PolioPlus
By Carl Good III

October is an important month for both The Rotary Foundation and PolioPlus.

Club Qualification Status for Foundation Grants


By Sanjay Deshpande









District 7910 adopted three qualification criteria that its clubs must satisfy in Rotary Year 2016-2017for being eligible for participation in Foundation grants, which include District Grants (DG) and Global Grants (GG).


How to Launch An Interact club
By Bob Anthony

In Seminar 2 of the District Interact Teen and Advisor Training Seminar, held on September 17 in Needham,Bob Anthony, chair of the District Interact Committee, discusses “How to launch an Interact club,” including the certification letter, roles and responsibilities of the president, the Rotary advisor and, in the case of school-based clubs, the faculty advisor.

Pictures: Show Something Awesome!

By Laura Spear







Don’t use a cookiecutter picture of people shaking hands.


Message about Your Dues

By Jack Hoell







The Rotary International dues bills were e-mailed to the 51 clubs in our District on July 22 and the District dues bills were e-mailed to clubs on July 26


Looking for A Good Speaker for Your Club?
By Steve Levitsky
It's not always easy to come up with ideas week after week. We have many suggestions for you. Here are just a few:
  • Rwandan genocide: Carine Boggis
  • Elevator-pitch tips: Andy Winig
  • Positive-results hypnosis: Bob Martel
  • Differentiation and game-changing simplicity: Stephen Melanson

District Charity Fund: How does DCF operate?

By Al Bowers







The District Charity Fund is a 501(c)3 charitable, non-profit that can be used by the Rotary clubs in District 7910. 


Communications Link: Seeking club photo, video albums

By Steve Jones-D'Agostino








Does your District committee or Club have Rotary-related photo and/or video albums that you'd like to share with other Rotarians?


Bandey Hefler: Having another Week in England!

By Victor Tom









Our District 7910 Bandey-Hefler Fellowship Exchange has been in full swing and receiving rave reviews from all travelers and hosts.



To submit content for consideration for the Monday, October 17 issue of Rotary District 7910 Newsletter, please e-mail it to Immediate Past District Governor and Newsletter Editor Jim Fusco at jim.fusco2@gmail.com

The submission deadline for that issue is Friday, October 14. All text must be in Word format. All images must be in either JPEG or PDF format. Please identify the people, left to right, who are shown in your photos, including their first and last name as well as their club or other title.


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Districts 7890, 7910, 7950 & 7980

April 28, 29 & 30, 2017

Rhode Island Conference Center, Providence

To register now for this "4 Districts, 3 Days, 2 Celebration Dinners, 1 Rotary International President John Germ" event, click here
After you register, be sure to make reservations at the hotel of your choice