Governor's 2011-12 District Goals
"Reach Within to Embrace Humanity"
ENHANCE PUBLIC IMAGE AND AWARENESS
DISTRICT ETHICS INITIATIVE
Every club is encouraged to create and implement a Vocational Service Project based on Rotary's Four-Way Test to promote high ethical standards in the community. The District Ethics Initiative Committee will provide support to clubs providing project ideas, material and training.
Every club is encouraged to designate a social media contact or committee to improve communication among club members, attract younger members, and create an awareness of Rotary in the larger community through social media, including, but not limited to, the development of a club Facebook page. The District will provide to clubs tools, resources and training to support this effort through the District Social Media Committee.
All clubs are encouraged to have an active Public Image Chair to enhance the public recognition of the Club's service to the local and global community. The District Public Relations Committee will provide resources and training in support of this effort.
FOCUS AND INCREASE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE
THE ROTARY FOUNDATION ANNUAL PROGRAM FUND
key to our identity as Rotarians, it is our goal that every active Rotarian personally contribute something to The Rotary Foundation's Annual Program Fund between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012, with clubs encouraged to reach the goal of donating an average of $100.00 per member.
Every club is encouraged to actively participate in the ongoing effort to eradicate polio through increased club awareness and community fund raising efforts.
Every club is encouraged to develop andlor participate with multiple Rotary clubs in larger humanitarian service projects that impact the family.
GROUP STUDY EXCHANGE
Our Group Study Exchange with District 9640 in Australia will encourage the GSE teams to develop a plan for a Rotary project in a third world country, in which both our Districts could participate.
SUPPORT AND STRENGTH CLUBS
The District will create and offer to the clubs a Leadership Development Program. This program will provide practical leadership skills as well as an in-depth knowledge of Rotary for current and future leaders.
MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND RETENTION
As membership is key to the life of Rotary, each club shall have a membership chair and is encouraged to focus on membership development and retention to insure a net increase of one new member with an emphasis on younger professionals under 45, women, alumni, and diversity.
It is the goal of the District to charter at least one new Rotary Club. All clubs are asked, individually or in partnership with other clubs, to assist in the formation of a new Rotary Club, whether it be a traditional club, a New Generations Club, or an EClub.
Every club is encouraged to participate in a Club Visioning event. The District will continue to help clubs embrace the future through the Club Visioning process.
Every club is encouraged to qualify for Club Recognition.
District 6250 will qualify for District Recognition.
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