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District Governor 2019 -2020

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District 7610 Operating Manual for RY 2019-20

What We Do

Rotary members believe that we have a shared responsibility to take action on our world’s most persistent issues. Our 35,000+ clubs work together to 1) promote peace, 2) fight disease, 3) provide clean water, sanitation, and hygiene, 4) save mothers and children, 5) support education, 6) and grow local economies.





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District Events & Registration

Rotary Governor's Official Visit Schedule (Being Updated)
District Key Dates (Being Updated)
Clubs and District Events & Registration (Calendar)
Service Project Calendar

Sign In To DACdb.
Sign In To My Rotary
DACdb Help
DACdb Quick Start Guide
Transferring a Member
DACdb to RI “Direct Connect” Selection Process

My Rotary Help
The HOW-TO Section for MyRotary, Club Central, and Showcase
My Rotary Frequently Asked Questions



September 2019 Foundation Newsletter

Previous Foundation Newsletters

DRFC Ronnie Chantker welcomed all in attendance at the Rotary Foundation District 7610 annual seminar
District Peacebuilder chair Wayne Murphy explains the criteria for becoming a Peacebuilder club.
PDG Chuck Davidson updated Rotarians on recent successes in polio eradication.
Erica Brouillette (right) presented on the value of partnering with Peace Corps Volunteers (PCV) on projects around the world including how to set up a Rotary Community Corps.
TRF announces new names for certain areas of focus
It’s Official OUR Rotary Foundation Does It Again!
Global Scholar Report from D7610 Global Scholar 2018-2019 Kayla Slagter
PDG Juanita Cawley and husband Bill were honored to be invited to a truly inspirational reception and program of TRF focused on Rotary Peace Centers
“Peace is in Rotary’s DNA. It is the cornerstone of Rotary,” stated TRF Trustee Brenda Cressey
Rotary Peace Fellow Cameron Chisholm expressed an interesting insight when he explained how his $150,000 Peace Center scholarship allowed him the opportunity to enter the peacebuilder field
Chair of the Rotary Peace Centers Committee, Bryn Styles spoke about how Peace Centers must continue as world thought centers
Nigeria reaches crucial polio milestone
World Polio Day is a time for Rotarians all over the world to raise awareness about our efforts to eradicate polio for good
Peter’s Page—Do You Know Your Club's Annual TRF Giving Goal?
Paul Harris Society Update. Pictured left to right; RC of McLean president Deborah Jackson, PHS Chair Michael Arietti, John McEvilly, and DRFC Ronnie Chantker.
Paul Harris Society Update. Pictured left to right; DRFC Ronnie Chantker, Pamela Montgomery of the RC of Woodbridge and PHS chair Michael Arietti.
Paul Harris Society Update. Pictured left to right; DG Jonathan Lucus, George Kralovec of the RC of Tysons Corner, PHS chair Michael Arietti and DRFC Ronnie Chantker.
Paul Harris Society Update. Pictured left to right; From the Rotary Club of Warrenton, Stanley Parkes, club president Tanya Wilcox and PHS chair Michael Arietti




June 2019 District Newsletter

Previous District Newsletters

DG Glenn Yarborough’s Greetings
Editor’s Page—PDG Janet “JB” Brown—Membership, Multiply, and Maintain !
Legacy of a Rotary Club
PDG Janet ‘JB’ Brown Receives Service-Above-Self Award
DG Glenn: June is Rotary Fellowships Month
Springtime in the Vineyard
Progress in Top Focus Areas
History of Rotary International and District 7610
Membership Matters
Herndon Celebrates 80 Years of Service !
Remember Memorial Day
The Opioid Epidemic Seminar
In Memorial Rev. Jack A Marcom, Jr.
End-of-Year Youth Activities
End-of-Year Youth Activities
Alumni Day at the Rotary Club of Warrenton
DG Glenn Yarborough Presents Gloucester Club President Lisa Jackson with the Governor’s Club Builder Award
Congressional Polio Eradication Champions Recognized
DG Glenn Yarborough Presenting Club Builder Award to DACdb Chair Ben Hester for his Service to the District and to the Rotary Club of Baily’s Crossroads !
RC of McLean—Installation
Spotlight on The Rotary Club of Alexandria
On June 5, 2019, the Rotary Club of Alexandria Central held a networking and membership mixer
Willkommen… Greetings from Hamburg! And Aloha!




Service Projects

Rotary District 7610 Four-Way Test Essay Contest
Rotary District 7610 Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA)
Rotary District 7610 Youth Speech Contest Overview
Rotary District 7610 Youth Exchange
Rotary District 7610 Youth Programs Key Dates 2019-2020
Youth Program Consent Forms & Volunteer Driver Information


Interact Clubs

Interact Facebook page

Interact YouTube channel
Rotaract Clubs

Rotaract Facebook page
Service Projects
Rotary Community Corps
Vocational Services


Rotary Foundation

The Rotary Foundation

The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into service projects that change lives both close to home and around the world.
During the past 100 years, the Foundation has spent $3 billion on life-changing, sustainable projects.



Learn More About The Foundation

Check out the Rotary Foundation Giving Report


Join the Paul Harris Society

Nowhere to turn

As thousands of refugees streamed into Berlin, they strained the health care system. Rotarian and physician Pia Skarabis-Querfeld spent the last three years building a network of volunteer doctors to help those in need.

On the nightly news and around her city, Pia Skarabis-Querfeld saw the refugees arriving in Berlin after fleeing war, persecution, and poverty in their home countries.

Learn more and how you can contribute



District Grants
Global Grants
Scholarship grants
District 7610 Rotary Peace Initiative (being updated)

How to Endorse a Rotary Peace Fellow

Peace Fellowship Application


End Polio Now
Vocational Team Training Grants
Humanitarian Grants


Rotary Membership & Public Image



Rotary Membership
Proposing New Member

Applying for District 7610 Membership Grants
Introducing New Member to Rotary
Resources for New Member
Promoting Rotary to the General Public
District Public Image Seminar Guide
Five steps to telling your People of Action story
Rotary Brand Center (find a variety of media-ready materials)
Download 2019-20 theme logo and materials

Download the 2019-20 Presidential Theme and Rotary Citation brochure


District & Club Administration

District Leadership Team
Chesapeake PETS
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI)
The HOW-TO MyRotary
Awards & Recognition
Club Leadership Plan
District Leadership Plan and Procedures Manual

District 7610 Donor Advised Fund (DAF) Policy
Rotary District 7610 Operating Manual / EZ Reference Guide / Directory
District Training Documents and Videos
District 7610 Strategic Plan
District 7610 Job Descriptions
Access applications, forms, and documents to carry out club and district tasks. Requires sign in
Event Supply Request
Payment Approval Request Form 2019
Frequently Asked Questions: US Rotary Clubs and the IRS
2019 Council on Legislation Essential Changes Document


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