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Posted by Sandra Roberts on Mar 31, 2014
In just over a month Rotary District 5080 will have it’s annual District Conference.
This year The Coeur d’Alene Resort will be the site. People from our 60 clubs attend for different reasons. Some come for the inspiring speakers. This year will not disappoint. Past Rotary International President Richard King will lead the way. Our Saturday morning will focus on the impact youth services have had on individuals in our district. An example would be Charity Hegel of the Sandpoint Rotary Club who attended RYLA nearly two decades ago. Charity is now CFO for Lighthouse Dressings in Sandpoint. Mike Church and John Lee of Spokane 21 will be talking about their Rotary stories which started in Rotaract. Our Saturday lunch will be on the cruise boats at the Resort. We will board and have lunch while we tour beautiful Coeur d’Alene Lake. Saturday evening is our dinner dance. We will be entertained by the 17 piece band, Tuxedo Junction. Sunday morning begins with a memorial service followed by the famous Coeur d’Alene Resort Sunday Brunch. If fellowship and seeing friends is why you attend conference, our event will afford time to catch up and also make new friends. This is just a brief and incomplete overview of what looks to be a truly memorable weekend.
To those of you who have never attended or considered attending, I would ask that you come and see. Come and participate. If you do, it will be your first conference but certainly not your last. Carol and I met so many of you this year on our club visits. We look forward to welcoming you to our District Celebration in Coeur d’Alene. Registration is available right here on Clubrunner.
See you in the Beautiful City By the Lake.
DG Bob Carroll
Posted by Sandra Roberts on Apr 09, 2014
RI Director Steve Snyder and Sharron invite you to join them
at a reception in Sydney at the International Convention.
To view details click below.
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Posted by Sandra Roberts on Mar 30, 2014
This Matching Grant was a joint project between the Rotary Club of Spokane Valley Sunrise and the Rotary Club of Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The project objective was to update an elementary school library to include some 700 new books (literature and reference), shelving to hold the books and 15 computers for the children to use for research and to enhance their learning experience.
$ 5,010 Spokane Valley Sunrise
$ 5,010 District Foundation Block Grant
$ 118 RC of Tegucigalpa
$10,138 Total Project
To see the finished project CLICK HERE
Posted by Sandra Roberts on Jan 03, 2014
Welcome to the second half of this Rotary Year. All plans for our exciting District 5080 Conference have now been put in motion.
Registration for our 2014 District Conference is now open. Join us at the Beautiful Coeur D’Alene Resort for a wonderful weekend of inspiration and fellowship.
For details...On the right side of this, the home page, is a list of upcoming District Events.
Scroll down to the “District 5080 Conference 2014” entry. There you will find information about the event.
On the upper left of that page you will find a link to “Registration” and 2 links to accommodation sites where you may reserve rooms or RV space.
Payment may be made via the registration site with a credit/debit card or check. Looking forward to seeing you all in May.
Yours in Rotary Service,
D5080 Conference Committee
Posted by Sandra Roberts on Feb 22, 2014
Foundation Chair, Vlad Sasarman, wants you to get your pens busy so that you are ready to submit your latest Grant Applications starting March 22, 2014.
District Community Grants and District Matching Grants
Applications for District Community Grants (DCGs) and District Matching Grants (DMGs) for the 2014-2015 program year may be submitted beginning March 22, 2014. All applications must be received by the District Grants Subcommittee Chair no later than April 12, 2014.
DCGs and DMGs are available to Rotary Clubs in District 5080 to fund humanitarian service projects, as follows.
- local or international service projects
- amount US$1,000 - $5,000
- reimbursable (funded after projects are complete and the final report is approved)
- clubs don't have to be qualified, but it is highly recommended
- international service projects
- amount US$5,001 - $10,000
- clubs have to be qualified (and it is highly recommended that clubs send two members to grant management seminar)
Posted by Allan Davis on Apr 08, 2014
I am very pleased to present the newest graduates of the Rotary Leadership Institute program, offered for 5 consecutive year in District 5080. There is one more class on April 26 and that's it for this year. We will have turned out 38 new graduates.
Al Davis (District Co-ord.), Hank Martin , Ursula Brigl, Gary Teed, Katie Allen, Howard Colwell, Dave McDowell, Emery Krahn
Terri Creeley, Linda Krhan (Faculty), Lisa Holmes, Mark Pinnell, Stephen Wik, Scott Veitch
Mike Payson, Marciavee Cossette, Sheila Hart( Faculty), Marilyn Miller, Pat Carson, Pierce Smith
Posted by Allan Davis on Jul 31, 2008
Most of us remember the months of the year, as they normally show on a calendar, but how many have wondered what the month was in the Rotary Year ?
Jul 02, 2012
A new donation system is now available to all Rotarians! It's called TRF Direct. There are brand new forms available, ready for you to download from this website. One is for Canadian donors and one for U.S. Donors.
Jul 02, 2012
Dear District/Zone leaders,
This letter was written to inform you of an important change affecting all contributions from Canadian Rotarians and clubs.