Category Archives: District Events

TURKISH TRIANGLE – POSTERS,FLYERS,LABELS HERE!

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(C) Bulent Kilic – Agence France Presse

Here you can find links to three documents for you to open and print:

1. The Poster you can use to advertise the collection.

2. The Bucket Label you can stick on a bucket if you use buckets – 4 per page. You can also wrap it around a collection box. You can edit the label, if required, because it is a Word Document.

3. The A4 Landscape Flyer 2-up. Chop it in half to make 2 leaflets. You can edit the leaflet, if required, because it is a Word Document.

Good luck with your collections on or near World Peace Day.

Dick Nathan
District Governor
Rotary in London (D-1130)

 

New District Governor is Inducted

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A group of Rotarians, partners and spouses, and even sons and grandchildren made their way to Porters Park Golf Club on Sunday 30th June for a lunchtime appointment. The business at hand was to close the Rotary Year 2012-2013 with its motto “Peace through Service”, and open the new Rotary Year 2013-2014 with its motto “Engage Rotary – Change Lives”.

With more than a hundred present, and the sun beating down on the golf course it was an occasion to remember and cherish. The new governor Dick is well know for his habit of wearing bow-ties, so all the male members of the Rotary Club of Northwick Park decided to do the same. The joke was well received and much appreciated by all.

Eve inducted Dick Nathan as the new District Governor of District 1130 – Rotary in London, and she was then inducted as the Immediate Past District Governor. Dick handed out the collars to the District Officers and the made a short address on the tasks for the coming year.

All told, it was a most successful event, and a warm vote of thanks went to the Rotary Club of Northwick Park who hosted the event, and to Lucille of the District Events Team who did the ticketing and bookings. The new year has begun!

Rotarians on the track of spies

IMG_5846x600Under the leadership of our London Walks organiser, Assistant Governor Tom, more than 30 Rotarians and friends etc. assembled in the shadow of Eros at Piccadilly Circus for a secret tour of parts of St James’s and Mayfair. With our superb guide Alan, suitably equipped with his portable sound system, we set out in search of five men: Donald Maclean, Guy Burgess, Kim Philby, Anthony Blunt, and the elusive fifth man that formed the Cambridge Five. Alan introduced us to John Cairncross, the not much talked about fifth member of the Five, although others have also been assigned the role! With a detailed knowledge of Tradecraft, Dead Letter Boxes and the buildings where actual events happened, we were superbly entertained to more than two hours dealing with mythical spies (we called at the home of Cubby Broccoli) and real spies (the home of Kim Philby and of Guy Burgess), Alan had us all checking to see if we were being followed. We also had lessons on how to avoid our tail. We even managed to replace the missing Joseph Stalin with a Rotarian between Franlin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill in Old Bond Street. A wonderful walk, and Tom and Alan are to be congratulated.

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Grant Management Seminar – 16 May

District Foundation GRANT MANAGEMENT SEMINAR  Thursday 16th May 2013

6.00pm for 6.30pm York Gate:  Finger buffet with soft drink (available from 6.00pm)cost £5.00

Essential information about the processes and requirements relating to a Clubs involvement with Rotary Foundation programmes (including hosting Foundation Scholars)

To register attendance (and assist catering arrangements)  email: [email protected]  by May 10th

 

D1130
THE ROTARY FOUNDATION

GRANT MANAGEMENT SEMINAR 2013-14

THURSDAY 16th May 2013
6.00pm for 6.30pm
York Gate

Finger buffet with soft drink (available from 6.00pm)

The Rotary Foundation (TRF) require that all Clubs participating in Foundation
activities (Grant applications, hosting Foundation Scholars) attend a Grant
Management seminar and in due course complete a Memorandum of Understanding
relating to the obligations and responsibilities associated in using TRF monies.
This needs to be undertaken every Rotary year with the documentation completed by
the new Club officers.

This seminar will help everyone’s understanding of the operation of TRF and
increase awareness of opportunities available for Grants and Programmes

ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION and PARTICIPATION
o Club qualification
Outline of Grant programmes
Foundation Funding Model
• Example scenarios
Grant procedures
• District wide Global Grant details
Essential requirements
• Fund Raising and Recognition

COST only £5.00 per person

Please advise delegate numbers to ensure appropriate catering provision.

LONDON MARATHON RECEPTION AT YORK GATE – SUNDAY 21 APRIL, 6PM

A number of Rotarians from the District and around the world are taking part in the London Marathon on Sunday 21 April and there will be drinks and light refreshments at York Gate from 6pm for those taking part and Rotarians who would like to join them. DG Eve will be there as soon as she can be!!   Good luck to all Rotarians in the Marathon! Please also cheer us along the route of the London Marathon where you can.  We welcome your support.

DG Eve

District Assembly Dinner Success

The District Assembly Dinner at the Royal National Hotel took place on 9th April 2013, and was well attended by Clubs from all over the District.  To our great delight, we even had a visitor, Luigi Mula, from Milan, Italy! The principle speaker was the incoming President of Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland, Nan McCreadie who spoke on the priorities from the perspective of the National and International Leadership of Rotary International. Incoming District Governor Dick Nathan also spoke on the journey for the District in the coming year and the training events that would be related to the Service undertaken by the District in the coming Rotary Year. The event ran like clockwork thanks to the detailed preparation and planning of Lucille Parker and her District Events team, and the evening was enjoyed by all those that came, despite the difficulties of travelling on the underground. The staff at the Royal National Hotel in the centre of London also did a splendid job.

We now move on to a series of individual training seminars dealing with topics like Communications and Public Image, Community Service, The Rotary Foundation, International Service, Membership, New Generations (youth competitions, clubs and international exchanges), and Vocational Service. There are also special sessions for the Club Presidents, the Club Secretaries and the Club Treasurers.

The event was judged by all present as a notable success.

Notice of Foundation assembly

D1130
THE ROTARY FOUNDATION

Assembly 2013-14

TUESDAY 16th April 2013
6.00pm for 6.30pm
York Gate

Finger buffet with soft drink (available from 6.00pm)

2013-14 Theme
Engage Rotary : Change Lives

Engaging Rotary Foundation
Enables Rotarians to Change Lives

A variety of interactive sessions raising awareness and providing information for
attendees to make appropriate representations at forthcoming Club Assemblies.
Topics will include:-

The Rotary Foundation Mission

D1130 achievements
Grant programmes
Grant procedures

Club qualification

Contributions

Recognition
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COST only £5.00 per person

Please advise delegate numbers to ensure appropriate catering provision. Download form below.

Foundation assembly 16 04 2013