Daytona Beach West

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Daytona Beach Int'l Airport
Volusia Room (upstairs)
 
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Daytona Beach, FL 32120-9607
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

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Week 11 Rotary Minute for week beginning September 15, 2014

Have you ever heard of a “Rostertarian”? No, they’re not from Jamaica Mon. The fact is we’ve 
got a few right here in District 6970. These dudes and dudettes would be the member in your club 
who take charge of getting their club members entered into rotaryroster.org.
And what is rotaryroster.org? Glad you asked! That’s the place where you can find contact info 
and photos of every member of your club; and for all of the other clubs in District 6970 too. Thanks 
to our talented and over exuberant webmaster Howard Kelley, we have an online roster set up and 
ready to receive. In fact it’s been ready for a couple of years now.
The only problem is we haven’t had many Rostertarians to get this show on the road. Last 
week I visited the Orange Park Sunset Club where they have a really cool Rostertarian by the name of 
Ralph. And Ralph the Rostertarian has all of his club members on rotaryroster.org – with color photos! How awesome is that Mon?
So I am asking each club to look around for that special Rotarian who has what it takes to be 
her or his club’s Rostertarian. For each club that has their members entered into rotaryroster.org on 
or before 1 December 2014, District 6970 will recognize you at the District Conference taking place 
on 15 May 2015 at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine (more on that later). Plus, that club’s Rostertarian will receive a Bob Marley and the Wailers CD – compliments of District 6970 – seriously 
Mon!
Event Reminders:
Saturday, October 11th
–  The Rotary Leadership Institute will hold its first sessions for the year at 
the Orange Park Campus of St. Johns River State College. 
Monday, October 20th
– all Rotarians in district 6970 are invited to a special luncheon to hear the latest update on Rotary’s epic project to end Polio worldwide. RI President Nominee John Germ and 
Pakistan’s National PolioPlus Chairman Aziz Memon will be the presenters.
Sunday, October 26th
– Rotary/Jaguar Game Day at EverBank Field in Jacksonville.
Information about all events can be found at www.rotary6970.org .
Yours in service to Rotary,
Percy
District Governor 2014-2015
Rotary International District 6970
 
 
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2014-2015
July                              Grass Roots Giving    
August                         Avenues 12 Recovery House 
September                   Wings of Hope Foundation
October                       Duvall Home
November                    Family Renew
December                    WORC (Client Outings)
January                       Pace Center for Girls
February                      Halifax Urban Ministries
March                          Rotary Foster Care Coalition Inspiration Grant Program
April                             Melanoma Foundation -Walk for Research
May                             Domestic Abuse
June                            Camp Winona – Camper Scholarship
 
 
Daytona State College
Monday, 4:00 to 5:30 pm
Building 130 (Cafeteria), Room 154

http://www.daytonastate.edu/rotaract/
 
 
 

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