"Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves."

 
 
District Governor Welcome
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:  Jim Schlatman email: jfschlatman@wightman.ca
 
 
 
Home Page News
The online version of the Annual Report from our Rotary Foundation is available now.
 
In June 2017, the Rotary International Board of Directors and Rotary Foundation Board of Trustees approved Rotary’s new vision statement:
 
"Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves."
 
This statement reflects both our identity and our purpose — the organization we are now, and the organization we are working to become.
 
Welcome and congratulations to all the charter members of the District 6330 Passport club - our newest club received it's charter effective December 4, 2018
The Rotaract Club of Sarnia-Lambton is proud to invite all District 6330 Rotarians to Selfies, Shares, & Social Media: Rotarian Mentoring Day on January 5th, 2019!
 
Rotarians will be led through the basics of crafting engaging, visually-appealing, and interesting posts for social media that will reach thousands of community members without spending a dime! Come with confusion, leave with a communications plan and the skills need for execution.
 
Facilitators include Rotaractors with professional experience running communications strategies and there will be many hands-on deck to ensure everyone has the walk-through help that they need.  
 
You won't want to miss it!
January 5, 2019
Lambton College
9am – 4pm
$35 – light breakfast and hot lunch provided
 Registration can be found at: RotaractSarniaLambton.org/smtraining
 
Home Page Stories
(from the Membership Minute Newsletter - December 2018)
 

On 5 December 2018, Rotary hosted a discussion with four panelists who are meeting the needs of their members in various ways, including:

  • Hosting some meetings online, which makes Rotary more accessible
  • Piloting three corporate membership options, and a family membership to allow the community to engage with the club in new ways
  • Chartering a satellite club that has increased the diversity — and the fun — of the sponsor club

Watch the recording now.

Meet your District Governor for the 2021-2022 Rotary Year

Erin Shankie - Rotary Club of Greater Flint Sunrise
 
Erin was born and raised in metro-Detroit before she received her Bachelor’s degree in Dietetics from Michigan State, her Master’s degree in Education-Instruction from Central Michigan University, and her graduate certificate in Leadership and Diversity Management in Sport from the University of Connecticut.
 
She then moved to Genesee County in 2006 where she worked in education and nonprofits.  After discovering a love for volunteering, she began serving on several area committees and boards.

Congratulations to Citation Clubs!

 
Rotary International Past President Ian Riseley has announced the clubs that have earned the Rotary Citation for the 2017-2018 Rotary year. I am very pleased to announce that 8 clubs in District 6330 have earned that award.
Many clubs in our district worked hard to achieve the Rotary Citation during the past Rotary year (ending June 30, 2018). Working towards earning the citation helped to strengthen many clubs in our district - whether they achieved the citation, or not, striving to reach their goals has positioned them for future success.
 
In addition to Ian Riseley's recognition, I want to add my personal congratulations to the following clubs that have earned the citation:
FlushingLondon-Hyde Park
London SouthMeaford
StratfordSt. Thomas
St. Thomas Railway CityWatford
 
Martin Ward, District Governor 2017-2018
Have you considered taking your talent and skills and utilizing them in a role beyond  your  Club.   We are looking for Rotarians who are interested in future roles at the District Level or beyond.  What about chairing a District Committee, being part of the AG team, Support Membership, promoting our Rotary Foundation or being a Champion for the Eradication of Polio. We want you!
 
During this year we would like to hold some informal information sessions around the District to help answer your questions, assist you with your future plans and help us plan for the future Leadership in our District.
 
Please contact PDG Diane Chantler at dianechantler@hotmail.com to express your area of interest and your Club name.  We will contact you as we schedule our information sessions.
 
Let’s build our future Together!
The Paul Harris Fellow recognition is a prestigious acknowledgement that the owner of this pin cares about making the community and world a better place. Rotarians who earn this pin through their donations can also acknowledge others for their contributions. This acknowledgement is done through the use of the Paul Harris points earned by Rotarians who donate to The Rotary Foundation. Here are the ins and outs of using your points.
 
 
 
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