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39EVERYONE BRING ONELet's all meet the challenge!Presidents, Presidents-Elect, Secretaries, Treasurers, Foundation Chairs, Membership Chairs, Assistant Governors, Service Chairs, Public Image Chairspdf
40New Member Sponsor Recognition Program New Member Sponsor Recognition Program BrochurePresidents, Presidents-Elect, Membership Chairs, Assistant Governorspdf
41RADD Pledge FormRotarians Against Distracted DrivingPresidents, Presidents-Elect, Service Chairsdocx
452014 District Training Assembly Strategic Planning PresentationPresentation on strategic planning made at 2014 District Training AssemblyPresidentspdf
46The Rotary Foundation Contribution and Paul Harris FormUse this form to submit donations to The Rotary Foundation and to use points to make someone a Paul Harris FellowFoundation Chairspdf
47Bequest & Benefactor FormUse this form to report your commitment to becoming a Rotary Foundation Benefactor or Bequest Society memberFoundation Chairspdf
48Rotary Direct ApplicationUse this form to join Rotary Direct - the easy way to have your donation charged to your credit card. You choose the amount and the frequency!Foundation Chairspdf
49Sample Georgia CodicilUse this sample codicil to amend your existing Georgia will to include a donation to The Rotary FoundationFoundation Chairsdocx
50Paul Harris Society FormUse this form to join the Paul Harris Society.Foundation Chairspdf
51Major Gifts Handout from District AssemblyThis form was handed out at District Training Assembly March 2014. It has an overview of the types of Major Gifts and the paperwork needed to start.Foundation Chairspdf
52Major Gifts BookletThis is an official publication of The Rotary Foundation covering all of the Major Gift types and why the Foundation matters. ** Please see D6900 Rotarians, Jim & Donna Phillips on page 2 **Foundation Chairspdf
54Community Assessment ToolsMethods suggested by Rotary International that can be used in conjunction with a community assessment to ensure that your project will meet community needs and make the best use of available resourcesPresidents, Service Chairspdf
55Communities In Action: A Guide To Effective ProjectsCommunities in Action: A Guide to Effective Projects was developed to provide Rotary clubs with the tools they need to plan, implement, and evaluate effective service projects.Presidents, Service Chairspdf
59May 2014 District Newsletter (2014)10-page district newsletterNewsletterspdf
60Red Badge ProgramsMany clubs have ‘red badge’ programs, whereby new members are given a different color badge until the accomplish certain goals and earn their blue badge. Here are some guidelines in use by one club.Membership Chairs
612014 District Conference Resolutions (2014)Text of the resolutions adopted at the 2014 District ConferencePresidents, Secretariesdocx
62District Resolution ProceduresSix page Word file documenting the District’s procedures with regard to committees and other matters, marked with changes adopted at the 2016 District ConferencePresidents, Secretariesdocx
64Presidents Timeline (2015)Document that outlines what current President should accomplish each month during his/her time.Presidentspdf
65Club Admin Presentation52 page PPT in PDF form explaining duties of Club Treasurers and SecretariesSecretaries, Treasurerspdf
66Reporting Club Officers to Rotary InternationalStep by Step Instructions on how to report/enter Club Officers to Rotary International.Presidents, Presidents-Elect, Secretaries, Assistant Governorspdf
69July 2014 District Newsletter (2015)8 page district newsletterNewsletterspdf
71August 2014 District Newsletter (2015)9-page district newsletterNewsletterspdf
72June 2014 District Newsletter (2014)10-page district newsletter for June, 2014Newsletterspdf
73Rotary International Resources for Club OfficersRotary International Resources for Club OfficersPresidents, Presidents-Elect, Secretaries, Treasurers, Foundation Chairs, Membership Chairs, Assistant Governorspdf