Governor Transition

Saturday, June 29, 2024

South Haven, Michigan USA

 

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Who we are

  • We are people of action, making a direct impact through service.

  • Hunger hides in every community.
    The Rotary Club of Battle Creek supports solutions to food insecurity.

That’s what people of action do.

Join the Polio Plus Society Today.

In an effort to increase sustainable giving, the PolioPlus Society was formed to encourage Rotarians to commit to a minimum of $100-per-year to the PolioPlus Fund until polio is eradicated from the face of the earth.

2023-2024 Governor Team

District Governor | 2023-24

Sharalyn Davis

District Governor Elect | 2024-25

Mark Odland

District Governor Nominee | 2025-26

 Jackie Huie

District Governor Nominee Designate | 2026-27
Timothy Lee

Important Dates:


Membership Meeting
Topic: Rock the Boat without Sinking the Ship! Guiding your club through change.
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Public Image Zoom - Making the News
Speaker: Jennifer Zerrenner & Jim Cupper
Topic: A 45-minute presentation by media pros: St. Joseph Benton Harbor Public Image club chair Jennifer Zerrenner & Jim Cupper, District 6360 Public Relations Coordinator
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D6360 Rotaract Meeting
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Club Presidents & Assistant Governors
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Empowering Girls
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District International Service Committee (DISC)
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District Staff & Planning Meeting
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District Governor Transition & Changeover Event
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Membership Meeting
Topic: Building Partnerships for Service
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DCO (District Communications Officer) Summer meeting
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Empowering Girls
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District International Service Committee (DISC)
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The Four-Way Test

The Four-Way Test is a nonpartisan and nonsectarian ethical guide for Rotarians to use for their personal and professional relationships. The test has been translated into more than 100 languages, and Rotarians recite it at club meetings:

RYLA |  July 12-14, 2024

 

Gearing up for RYLA

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is an intensive leadership experience organized by Rotary clubs and districts where you develop your skills as a leader while having fun and making connections. Learn more →

Watch video from Zone 28

 

Pollinator project featured in video

Video of the District 6360 Pollinator Garden project at the 2022 District Conference in Lansing, Michigan. About Zone 28 & 32

“Another Success Story start” starts at 2:40 min In the Zone 28 & 32 | February 2024 | Watch video→

 

Guatemala Literacy Trip

 

No challenge is too big for us

For more than 119 years, we’ve bridged cultures and connected continents to champion peace, fight illiteracy and poverty, promote clean water and sanitation, and fight disease.

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Outstanding District Conference, DG Sharalyn Davis! Everyone in District 6360 is appreciative of the hard work, vibrancy and color you brought to this past year!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, Family & Friends - all celebrating at the District 6360 Conference in Kalamazoo last weekend. Congratulations, again, to our Rotary Heros. ... See MoreSee Less

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On Saturday, May 4, we honored our District 6360 Rotary Heros in a Rotary Hero Recognition dinner! Congratulations to our Heros and thank you for your over and above service. 

2023-24 Rotary Club Heros: 

Barbara Frederick/Rotary Club of Albion, Michigan, Jill Anderson/Rotary Club of Battle Creek, David Faehner/Berrien Springs-Eau Claire Rotary Club, Robin Morehart/Cereal City Sunrise Rotary Club, Randy Crandell/Rotary Club of Charlotte, MI, Craig Dunworth/Coldwater Township Sunrise Rotary, Bill Stirling/Delta-Waverly Rotary Club, Charlie Gratz/Rotary Club of Dowagiac, Jeff Fineis/Rotary Club of East Lansing, Tammy Beson/Rotary Club of Grand Ledge, Don Deibler/Gull Lake Area Rotary Club, Steve and Hilary LaGattuta/The Rotary Club of Harbor Country, Mike Hamel/Haslett-Okemos Rotary, Michelle Skedgell/Hastings Rotary Club, Heather Tritchka/Rotary Club of Hillsdale, Nancy Peterson/Rotary Club of Kalamazoo, John Cauley/Rotary Club of Lansing, Bruce Johnson/Mason Rotary Club, Sue Ailes/Rotary Club of Oshtemo, Brandy Culverhouse/Rotary Club of Paw Paw Lake, Emily Turner-Hollman/Rotary Club of Portage, Tom Ruesink/Rotary Club of South Haven, Michigan, Andrew Jenkins/Rotary Club of St. Johns, Randy Bettich/St. Rotary Club of St. Joseph-Benton Harbor, Judy West-Wing/Three Rivers MI Rotary Club, Paula DeJongh/Union City Rotary, Union City Michigan, Syd Bastos/Rotary Club of Vicksburg Michigan, Janet Eyster/Williamston Sunrise Rotary!Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

On Saturday, May 4, we honored our District 6360 Rotary Heros in a Rotary Hero Recognition dinner! Congratulations to our Heros and thank you for your over and above service.

2023-24 Rotary Club Heros:

Barbara Frederick/Rotary Club of Albion, Michigan, Jill Anderson/Rotary Club of Battle Creek, David Faehner/Berrien Springs-Eau Claire Rotary Club, Robin Morehart/Cereal City Sunrise Rotary Club, Randy Crandell/Rotary Club of Charlotte, MI, Craig Dunworth/Coldwater Township Sunrise Rotary, Bill Stirling/Delta-Waverly Rotary Club, Charlie Gratz/Rotary Club of Dowagiac, Jeff Fineis/Rotary Club of East Lansing, Tammy Beson/Rotary Club of Grand Ledge, Don Deibler/Gull Lake Area Rotary Club, Steve and Hilary LaGattuta/The Rotary Club of Harbor Country, Mike Hamel/Haslett-Okemos Rotary, Michelle Skedgell/Hastings Rotary Club, Heather Tritchka/Rotary Club of Hillsdale, Nancy Peterson/Rotary Club of Kalamazoo, John Cauley/Rotary Club of Lansing, Bruce Johnson/Mason Rotary Club, Sue Ailes/Rotary Club of Oshtemo, Brandy Culverhouse/Rotary Club of Paw Paw Lake, Emily Turner-Hollman/Rotary Club of Portage, Tom Ruesink/Rotary Club of South Haven, Michigan, Andrew Jenkins/Rotary Club of St. Johns, Randy Bettich/St. Rotary Club of St. Joseph-Benton Harbor, Judy West-Wing/Three Rivers MI Rotary Club, Paula DeJongh/Union City Rotary, Union City Michigan, Syd Bastos/Rotary Club of Vicksburg Michigan, Janet Eyster/Williamston Sunrise Rotary!
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This past weekend, several hundred Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, family members and guests joined District Governor, Sharalyn Davis, at the 2024 Rotary District Conference in Kalamazoo to Celebrate good times, come on!

Attendees listened to live music while planting fruit trees in the Edison Neighborhood, walked with community to a Street Ministry, participated in morning Yoga, enjoyed the lively and colorful Kalamazoo Art Hop, and participated in a not to be forgotten Pub Crawl. We heard from many incredible speakers, on the topics of Engaging in the Environment, Strategic Doing, Building Purpose, Mental Health, Transforming The Body, Mind & Spirit, Human Trafficking and Empowering At Risk Girls in Uganda. Speakers included Michelle Skedgell, Stephen Depuie, Jennifer Montgomery, Frank Mumford, Gay Walker, Lucinda Stinson, Paula DeJongh and Rotaract and Youth Programs panelists. Most importantly, we celebrated our Rotary Heros! Congratulations to 

Special thanks to Rotary International Presidents Representative Don Mebus and his wife, Carolyn, and Zone Coordinator Louisa Horne and her Roterrior, for joining us. Huge kudos to District Interact Chair, Cindy Igoe for hosting the 2nd Annual Interact Conference, naming our first District Executive Board of Interact Club Members, including District President, Jo Jo White. 

Additional huge kudos to Rotaract Club of Kalamazoo Member, Kevin Tafil, for hosting our first Rotaract panel and Youth Programs Coordinator, Margie Haas, for hosting our first Youth Programs panel. 

And finally, a shout out to Past District Governor, Jay Larson, for coordinating the conference, Mark Rodge for handling the technology and Sally Ernst for generously hosting the nightly Hospitality Suite!

For event photos and videos, visit: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/10rkkw9YYx9Zzwdqe5dXHcSlazRt3j1Xf?usp=sharing 

A big thank you to event photographer, Darel with M2 McMillian Media, a multi-media production company.Image attachmentImage attachment

This past weekend, several hundred Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, family members and guests joined District Governor, Sharalyn Davis, at the 2024 Rotary District Conference in Kalamazoo to "Celebrate good times, come on!"

Attendees listened to live music while planting fruit trees in the Edison Neighborhood, walked with community to a Street Ministry, participated in morning Yoga, enjoyed the lively and colorful Kalamazoo Art Hop, and participated in a not to be forgotten Pub Crawl. We heard from many incredible speakers, on the topics of Engaging in the Environment, Strategic Doing, Building Purpose, Mental Health, Transforming The Body, Mind & Spirit, Human Trafficking and Empowering At Risk Girls in Uganda. Speakers included Michelle Skedgell, Stephen Depuie, Jennifer Montgomery, Frank Mumford, Gay Walker, Lucinda Stinson, Paula DeJongh and Rotaract and Youth Programs panelists. Most importantly, we celebrated our Rotary Heros! Congratulations to

Special thanks to Rotary International President's Representative Don Mebus and his wife, Carolyn, and Zone Coordinator Louisa Horne and her Roterrior, for joining us. Huge kudos to District Interact Chair, Cindy Igoe for hosting the 2nd Annual Interact Conference, naming our first District Executive Board of Interact Club Members, including District President, Jo Jo White.

Additional huge kudos to Rotaract Club of Kalamazoo Member, Kevin Tafil, for hosting our first Rotaract panel and Youth Programs Coordinator, Margie Haas, for hosting our first Youth Programs panel.

And finally, a shout out to Past District Governor, Jay Larson, for coordinating the conference, Mark Rodge for handling the technology and Sally Ernst for generously hosting the nightly Hospitality Suite!

For event photos and videos, visit: drive.google.com/drive/folders/10rkkw9YYx9Zzwdqe5dXHcSlazRt3j1Xf?usp=sharing

A big thank you to event photographer, Dare'l with M2 McMillian Media, a multi-media production company.
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Singapore awaits

The Rotary convention is where friendship and learning come together to inspire you. In Singapore you’ll connect with people of action from around the globe at Rotary’s biggest event of the year.

We’ll share fresh perspectives, inspiration, and hope – with each other and the world! The convention features world-class dining and cultural attractions, distinguished speakers, energizing breakout sessions, and much more.

Join us 25-29 May 2024 in Singapore where we’ll be Sharing Hope With the World!

Read our coverage of the 2023 Melbourne convention