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Governor’s News.................1
History Moment...................3
Road to District Conference.4
District News......................5
Assistant Governors............7
Spotlights...........................8
Committee & Club News... .9
 
 
 
 
 
RIPE John Germ and wife Judy meet with DG Elect Chris and Jennifer Runion. John announced his RI theme.
District Conference Awards: Now hear this!
It's time for our Rotary Clubs to get recognized for all the great work and projects they do. District Conference Awards submission is due on February 1, 2016 for accomplishments during the period March 1, 2015 to February 1, 2016.
A History of the Rotary Emblem – By Joseph Derr, RI International

The emblem — known as the Rotary wheel or gearwheel has been around nearly as long as Rotary itself, yet it did most of its evolving during Rotary's first 15 years.
 
The initial design emerged from the desk of engraver and Rotary Club of Chicago member Montague "Monty" Bear in 1905, shortly after the formation of the first Rotary club. Inspired to create an insignia that symbolized his club, Bear sketched a wagon wheel with 13 spokes, which was met with approval by Paul P. Harris and the rest of the founding members. (more....)
Grants Management Webinar
Be a part of our first Grants Management Webinar on November 7th!

You can register (for free) at http://www.rotary7570.org/Calendar/District_Events.  We encourage you to invite fellow club members to participate in this seminar. (more...)
2016 Skelton/Jones Scholarship Application
Rotary District 7570 Skelton/Jones Scholarships can be used to fund one year of post-baccalaureate study at a recognized university in a country other than the USA or Canada. Applicants must be planning studies that lead to sustainable, high-impact outcomes in one of the following six areas of focus: peace and conflict prevention/resolution, disease prevention and treatment, water and sanitation, maternal and child health, basic education and literacy, economic and community development. In addition, preference will be given to applicants planning studies at an educational institution in a country whose national language is different from that of the applicant
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