We are glad to welcome you to the District 6360 website. We hope you will find your way around easily and the information provided on this website is just what you are looking for. If not, please contact the webmaster and let’s see if we can make it even better for all.
DECEMBER 1 DEADLINE NEARING FOR FOSTERING YOUTH LEADERSHIP & SERVICES GRANTS
The Fostering Youth Leadership & Service Fund, at the Rotary District Foundation, began offering Matching Grant funding to support Youth Leadership and Service projects. Applications were reviewed by the RD6360 Grants Committee and awarded to the following five clubs:
- Benton Harbor Sunrise Club ($780.00 ) for the Rotary Youth Exchange program
- Ionia Rotary Club ($220.00) for Advanced RYLA
- Jackson Breakfast Club ( $100.00) for Advanced RYLA
- Lakeshore Interact Club ($1950.00) for work with the Dominican Republic through the Lakeshore/St. Joseph Interact Club, and
- Union City Interact ($1950.00 )…. also for work in the Dominican Republic
Again, the RD6360F encourages projects supported by a FYL&S Grant to support Youth activities which encourage youth to go/do different places and things. Click the following for the 2016 application form: FYLS Grant App 2016. To learn more about the District 6360 Foundation, go to Foundations above.
This is your chance to go to the 2017 Rotary International Convention and create opportunities and life-changing experiences for yourself. We have almost met our District Goal of people taking the bus to Atlanta. 54 people have signed up, which is 98% of the goal. If you are planning to go, now is NOT the time to delay any further, or you will find yourself without a great bus trip to Atlanta For more info, go to: Atlanta or Bust (1) Read the TOP 10 REASONS TO TAKE THE BUS TO ATLANTA by Jim Cupper.
or send your regrets that you cannot attend by clicking here.PLEASE do not forward this email – the Register NOW link above can only be used to register the original recipient.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2016 GOLDEN TROWEL AWARD RECIPIENTS
What a joy it is to be able to reward non-Rotarians for their awesomeness and help with Rotary projects. Five such people were awarded the Golden Trowel Award at the D6360 Foundation Annual Annual Recognition Dinner on October 18th in Hastings, MI. Read more on what a Golden Trowel Award is, the people who received it this year, and how to nominate someone for the award this coming year. See pictures of the winners both in the banner above and in the story itself. Read more on the Golden Trowel Recipients.
Find out how we are doing in our END POLIO NOW campaign! Read Polio Report Ed Foster 9.17.16 (1)
LOOK AT WHAT IS HAPPENING IN OUR DISTRICT!
If you have any information or special events you would like highlighted on the website, please send your information to the webmaster. We are always looking for pictures for the banner on top of this page as well as pictures for individual stories.
District Governor Bill Smith has completed his 56 Club visits, with two weeks of seven visits a week. That is incredible!If anyone took an interesting picture of the District Governor while visiting your club please send it to the webmaster so it can be included in the banner up above.
For those wishing to donate to the CHILDREN’S SAFE WATER PROJECT, please make checks payable to Rotary District 6360 Foundation. On the memo line, please include CHILDREN’S SAFE WATER PROJECT. Checks should be mailed to: Jansen, Thompson, Volk and Reahm PC, 7171 Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI 49009-4943.
Click here for the GRANT PROJECT EVALUATION REPORT.