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Welcome to District 6330
Our district is an international district in the USA and Canada. Situated in east central Michigan and west central Ontario - with clubs located in rural areas and in larger cities such as Flint, MI and London, ON.
Whether you live here, or are a visitor to our area - whether a member of Rotary, or just interested in learning more about this organization and what we do - you will be welcomed at any of our meetings or events.
We work together to make a difference in the lives of people in our communities - both locally and internationally - by exchanging ideas and taking action.
Feel free to contact me if you have questions, or simply would like to know more about Rotary in District 6330.
District Governor:  Martin Ward email: martin.a.ward@gmail.com
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Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018
- OR - 
President Elect Training (PETS) is April 7-8, 2018 and coincides with District Learning Assembly on April 7, 2018 in Sarnia, Ontario.
New this year is a remote session for the District Learning Assembly on April 7, 2018 in Owen Sound, Ontario.
More details, and the registration page, are available here.


May 11-13, 2018 - London, Ontario

The Seminar For Tomorrow’s Leaders is a District 6330 youth service program. The Seminar combines lectures and discussions on career knowledge, international understanding, service opportunities, small group leadership and team development experiences and exercises. The program's been designed for students who already shown leadership interests and skills .

2018-19 RI President Barry Rassin wants Rotary members to 
Be the Inspiration

Rotary International President-elect Barry Rassin laid out his vision for the future of the organization on Sunday, calling on leaders to work for a sustainable future and to inspire Rotarians and the community at large.

Rassin, a member of the Rotary Club of East Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, unveiled the 2018-19 presidential theme, Be the Inspiration, to incoming district governors at Rotary’s International Assembly in San Diego, California, USA. “I want you to inspire in your clubs, your Rotarians, that desire for something greater. The drive to do more, to be more, to create something that will live beyond each of us.”

Read the full article here.

The Rotary group Honouring Indigenous Peoples (HIP) is asking for help with a project to distribute hockey equipment and concussion awareness education to Northern communities.
As you may be aware, sports related concussions have serious consequences. As sports equipment becomes more available, and youth participation increases, awareness and education is critical to get in front of injuries.
The HIP group is working to provide recreational opportunities by supplying hockey equipment - and is providing awareness and education regarding concussion injuries.
Help is needed to fund shipment of the equipment and the educational materials. If you, or your club, can help with this project, please read more and donate. Details and contact information can be found in the 'Read More' link.
The Rotary project called Honouring Indigenous Peoples is supported by many Rotary Districts in Southern Ontario including 6330. More information about HIP can be found on their website by following this link.

Do you know youth in your community that have a service project in mind?

It could be an Interact club, a Rotaract club, or other youth group. The Canadian government has recently announced Youth-led Service Grants.
TakingITGlobal (TIG) is looking for passionate young people with ideas to support through Youth-Led Service Grants. Three levels of grants available:
  • $250 - for simple project ideas to be implemented by 1 or 2 people,
  • $750 - for bigger project ideas to be implemented by a larger group of people, of
  • $1,500 - for project ideas that require a larger group of people to implement.
(from Rotary Weekly - February 2, 2018)
Have you ever wondered how Rotary became involved with polio eradication in the first place? Ken Solow did. The past governor of District 7620 became part of an effort to produce a new documentary, "Dare to Dream," with the goal of telling more members about the heroes who put Rotary on the road to polio eradication, and the roadblocks they overcame. Learn more about the film and the shortened version available to clubs free as a program.
Interact clubs around the world showed how they make a difference in the ninth annual Interact Video Awards! Congratulations to the Interact Club of Mark R. Isfeld Secondary for being named “Best Video” award winner for their “People of Action” video. The judges also recognized three runners-up for sharing their inspirational stories: The Interact Clubs of Alexandria, Plovdiv, and Sfax Doyen.
Get inspired — watch all the finalist's videos and learn how to get a head start on creating your own video for next year's Interact Video Awards.

Three of our District 6330 Interact clubs submitted videos to participate in the contest - congratulations to all participants - the videos are outstanding.

The Rotary Club of Grand Bend is excited to announce that you can now register for the 2018 District Conference. This exciting weekend starts Friday with an action packed afternoon and an Alternate Program available which includes lunch and a tour of Lambton Shores highlights. There will be a dinner and evening Entertainment.

Saturday there will be a full day focusing on helping you to embrace change in your Club with stimulating speakers and breakout sessions. Those seeking Alternate Programs will find a workshop with local artist Teresa Marie in the morning and an afternoon tour into Huron County with wine and beer tasting as well as some time for shopping. Saturday evening the Gala dinner will be followed by a optional trip to hear a New Orleans Jazz Band called   Red Hot Ramble 

For more conference details go to the Grand Bend website District Conference page.

Home Page News
President Elect Training (PETS) is April 7-8, 2018 and coincides with District Learning Assembly on April 7, 2018 in Sarnia, Ontario.
New this year is a remote session for the District Learning Assembly on April 7, 2018 in Owen Sound, Ontario.
More details, and the registration page, are available here.