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HONORING CLUBS FOR THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTSYour club is doing amazing things for your community, and we want to celebrate and honor your club for it!
Gold Club was created to provide a path towards a well-managed club and create a focus on Rotary International's areas of focus. (more...)
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Grow Rotary this Spring!Gardens are being planted, flowers are growing and blooming, and the sun is shining – it is the perfect season to get out and GROW ROTARY! As the warmer weather is providing our clubs opportunities to conduct outside service projects, (more....) View
Strength in NumbersIf you look up what the statement “strength in numbers” means, you will read that this statement is used to say that a group of people has more influence or power than one person. This rings true for Rotary International and our 1.2 million (more...) View
District Legislative Assembly (DLA) – April 30Just as the Rotary International Council on Legislation is our voice in how Rotary operates, our District Legislative Assembly is your club’s voice and how the District operates. (more...) View
Find your Passion at Rotary Leadership InstituteThe purpose of the Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is to strengthen your club and grow your understanding of Rotary. Rotary gives us an opportunity to provide service to our community and throughout the world. With that service comes a (more....) View
Thank you!This past weekend would not be possible without several groups of people. First, the attendees. Thank each and every one of you for being at the Conference. While planning the conference in the midst of COVID, we just did not know what to (more...) View
DISTRICT 7570 ROTARIANS HELP FEED THE HUNGRYWhoa! I am blown away! We not only exceeded our goal of providing 1 million meals – we blew it out of the water! Currently, we have provided 2,129,714 meals to our communities! A huge thank you to Hunger Initiative Chair Paula Alston (more....) View
Last Chance to Register for District Conference!We are just over one week away from the 2022 District Conference at the Hotel Roanoke! We have an amazing weekend planned – so, if you haven’t registered yet to attend, don’t delay! Please register by Thursday, April 24 to be included in (more....) View
Hear Ina Pinkney’s Polio Survivor Story at District ConferenceIna Pinkney was a year old when she contracted the Polio disease in Brooklyn, N.Y. She didn’t let polio slow her down. It didn’t stop her from skydiving, running for the U.S. Senate, or standing on one good and one bad leg for three (more...) View
Congratulations to our EACH ONE BRING ONE Challenge Winner!Rotary International President Shekhar challenged us this year to EACH ONE BRING ONE. To up the incentive, DG Tara Ellis gave our District Rotarians the opportunity to enter to win a Room and Registration Package to the 2022 District (more...) View
Upcoming Opportunities for TrainingThere are many upcoming opportunities for training and education on Rotary programs! DGE Kathy Kanter and her training team are offering Club Team Training throughout the months of March and April to provide additional education and (more...)

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2022 District ConferenceI would like to take this moment and personally invite you to this year’s District Conference. We are planning a great conference with engaging speakers, fun events, and opportunities to serve. There is something for everyone! (more...) View
District ConferenceWe are so excited about this year’s District Conference! Registration is now open with a special early bird pricing of $185 for Rotarians for the full conference. This special pricing is available until February 9 so register early (more...) View
$500 Grant Opportunities for ClubsRotary District 7570 recognizes that clubs may have been limited in their ability to serve others and grow membership during the COVID-19 pandemic. Rotary District 7570 is pleased to offer access to up to $500 per club for use (more...) View
Join the NEW PolioPlus Society!The Rotary District 7570 PolioPlus Committee, together with the district leadership team, is proud to announce the launch of a brand new PolioPlus Society in which Rotarians in the district who commit to making an annual PolioPlus donation (more...) View
District GoalsAs we welcome in 2022 later this week, I wanted to give everyone a quick update on where we stand with our four main District Goals: (more...) View
Happy Holidays!Happy Holidays! As we approach the end of the year, it’s a great time to reflect on what we have done as Rotarians during this first half of our Rotary year. I am so thankful for each one of you and am grateful for your (more....) View
Giving to the Rotary FoundationAs we are coming to the end of the first six months of the Rotary year, now is a great time to look at your club’s goals to ensure you are on the right track for the remainder of the year, specifically the goals for giving (more...) View
2021 RYLA**For the full article, read this month’s Informer**
 
On Saturday, December 4, we held the first-ever multi-location RYLA event across our District! (more...)
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December Theme: Disease Prevention and TreatmentAs you know, every month is dedicated to one of the major themes of our Rotary lives. This upcoming month, the theme is that which Rotary is perhaps best known for, at least among non-Rotarians – Disease Prevention and Treatment. (more...) View
Happy ThanksgivingHappy Thanksgiving, Rotary friends! What are you thankful for? I am thankful for YOU!

I am thankful for your commitment to Rotary. I am thankful for your dedication to your Rotary Club. (more...)
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Matching Points OpportunityNow is a great time to donate to The Rotary Foundation! From now until November 30, any donation made to the Annual Fund-SHARE between $125 to $1,000 will receive matching points towards your first or next Paul (more...) View
RYLAWe are less than one month away from our District-wide RYLA events that will be taking place across our District on Saturday, December 4.  This year’s RYLA event is different than years before.  On December 4, four different in-person (more....) View
MembershipOur Membership message this year has been around Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta’s initiative of “Each One Bring One.” We have encouraged clubs and Rotarians to invite guests to weekly meetings, hold membership events to (....more) View
Area 4 Holds Community EventThe six clubs in Area 4 in Rotary District 7570 held a Community Service Day on Saturday, October 23 to support this month’s Rotary theme of Economic and Community Development, the Rotary Zone 33 Hunger Initiative to Feed 10 Million, (...more) View
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