Editor: Ken Kohnhorst FLMI, AIAA, ACS            Rotary District 5060                                  Volume 1  Number 14 April 2019
 


DISTRICT WEBSITE

Website Editor:
Frank Clifton

919-922-6261
FTClifton@aol.com
 

Website Technical Support:
Duane Monick​
509.728.1139

monick.d@gmail.com

 Governor's Aide
Lester Cooper
509-741-7825
lester.cooper@lakechelanrotary.org

 District Accounting Office
HLW Chartered Accountants Inc
502 Ellis Street,
Penticton, BC, V2A 4M3
​Bus: 250.492.8821
Fax: 250.492.8288

Contact:
Jeanine Nickel

jeanine@hlw-cpa.com

DISTRICT GOVERNOR


District Governor 2018-19 Sherry Chamberlian
 

District 5060 is an international district of 57 clubs and approximately 2,760 Rotarians in central Washington, USA, and south central British Columbia, Canada.  It covers a distance of 550 miles (890 km) from Clearwater, BC, in the north to Prosser, WA, in the south. Principal cities are Yakima and Wenatchee in Washington, and Kelowna and Kamloops in British Columbia. 
  
The area enjoys a four-season climate, with generally warm summers and mild winters. Agriculture, agribusiness, recreation, and tourism are the primary economic activities, along with a rapidly growing wine industry.

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DG Nominee 2021-22

Membership PPT from Fall Assembly 18

District 5060 TRF Annual Report

Hamburg 2019 Convention Oct Newsletter

District Conference Exhibit Guide

RYE Club Certification 2018

$500 Community Project Fund Ap.

Hamburg Convention July 18 Newsletter

Hamburg Convention

Payment Voucher

Mentorship Manual 2018

DG Nominee Form

Be a Millennial in Rotary

Ideas from Fall Assembly 2017

Strategic Plan 2018-19

BC Wildfire Recovery Fund Terms

PE Club Central Training

R.I. Integration Instructions

2018 RYLA Application Form

 


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E-Clubs:

E-Club One:
www.rotaryclubone.org

Southwest USA E-Club
http://www.recswusa.org/


 



LATEST NEWS & INFORMATION FROM AROUND THE DISTRICT



JUST A REMINDER
REGISTER TODAY


So much to see and do at the Kamloops District Conference

See you in Kamloops in 2019!


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 Hamburg Convention News for April
We're getting more and more EXCITED as we get closer to
going to the Hamburg International Convention!!!

Even if you haven't registered, there is still time to do so.
Click on the registration link within the newsletter
to see what's happening, if you go, and to see what you'll
be missing, if you don't go!!

 Click this LINK for the April 2019 Hamburg Newsletter.

See you in Hamburg!

In Rotary Service, Wayne E. Massing,  Chair
District 5060-RI Convention Hamburg Promotion Committee

Wenatchee Sunrise Rotary Club

Wenatchee, Washington USA
Email: wkmassing@nwi.net - Phone: 206-290-7143 Cell/Text

Herzlich willkommen in Hamburg

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The Rotary Youth Leadership Academy



This year RYLA will be held in Penticton on May 23 to 26, 2019. Do you know a young person between 19 and 24 who could benefit from this life changing experience? Talk to your club Youth Services Director about sponsoring a candidate.

Check the District website under Youth Services for a link to the RYLA web page.


Who Benefits from RYLA
Here's a story of interest to answer that question

Meet Paul.

Paul has a serious problem.

Like many Young adults, he really needs to develop his leadership skills ..., but can't afford professional training classes.

Paul was having coffee last week with his friend, Marcia, and telling her about his concernss.

He told her how Since young people receive no formal leadership training while they are growing up they are left to form their beliefs about leadership by observing other people, many of whom have no formal training either..

Marcia told Paul she used to feel the exact same way.

In fact, when Marcia was in a similar situation, she felt like trying to copy others could hurt the development of her leadership skills as the people she copied may or may not have good leadership skills and it prevents her from discovering her true potential and the skills that will truly drive her success..

But then Marcia told Paul she found the "Rotary Youth Leadership Academy" offered by Rotary District 5060 and everything changed.

Marcia discovered RYLA helps participants discover their natural leadership strengths and practice leadership skills in a safe and fun environment..

In fact, "Rotary Youth Leadership Academy" also helped Marcia:
* Discover leadership skills she did not know she had.
* Learn things about yourself that she did not know.
* Sharpen her public speaking skills
* Develop a group of life long friends who will help her with her career.

Marcia also told Paul she started seeing results with "Rotary Youth Leadership Academy" immediately and it did not cost her anything, she just had to get herrself to Penticton BC.

After Marcia finished sharing her experiences with Paul, he immediately signed up for RYLA so he could Discover his leadership potential too.

And now it's your turn...

Go ahead and contact a Rotarian and sign up for "Rotary Youth Leadership Academy" now so you can develop your leadership skills too, just like Paul and Marcia.

Support RYLA by finding a candidate to sponsor or by supporting a candidate from the district.


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NOW THIS IS A FUND-RAISER!!!






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Peter Schultz is to be inducted as our next District Governor on
July 5 at the Capri Hotel in Kelowna, BC
.
We will also celebrate DG Sherry Chamberlain's achievements
during 2018/2019. You are cordially invited to this event which
starts at 6 PM and ends no later than 9 PM!
As space is limited to 120 people
I encourage you to register early at:

REGISTER HERE

The price for the event and dinner is $60 CDN and is payable on line a
t
time of registration. More information is available at the link noted above.

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Whether
you are in outer space, below the surface of the ocean, at fundraisers and volunteer events. We want Rotarians to show their pride in our organization and proudly wave the Rotary flag.

No submittals this month-send us your story!
Submit storeis to
FTClifton@aol.com

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2019-20 DIGITAL DISTRICT DIRECTORY UPDATING

(Deadline April 30)

2019-20 DIGITAL DISTRICT DIRECTORY ADVERTISING

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FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CLICK HERE

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WENATCHEE ROTARY PAYS TRIBUTE TO TWO GREAT WOMEN

District Governor Sherry Chamberlain attended the regular meeting of Wenatchee Rotary on March 28, to help the to club celebrate and honor two great women in the history of the club.
1. Carol Norton, Executive Secretary for 42 years, who passed away March 26.
2. Carmen Bossenbrock, who received the Rotary International Polio Pioneer Award.


President Pete Van Well opened meeting with a request for a moment of silence in memory of our long-serving Executive Secretary Carol Norton, who passed away on March 26, and announced that Carol's chair at the head table would remain empty for the balance of his year.

Sue Rose (PP 2007-08, daughter of Dr. Ed Cadman) then gave a tribute to Carol after first giving praise to Carmen Bossenbrock, present for the first time since breaking her leg in early July, 2018, a few weeks after being honored by the district with a polio award on May 24. The club is establishing a permanent scholarship fund in Carol's name, managed by the club's foundation.

DG Sherry presented the rare RI PolioPlus Pioneer Award to Carmen Bossenbrock, now age 90, for her early work treating polio victims alongside PRIP Dr. Ed Cadman in the 1950s and 60s.The award is made to honor Rotarians who provided extraordinary service to The Rotary Foundation, such service having a substantial impact on the ultimate goal of polio eradication.

Eligibility is limited to Rotarians who performed exceptionally meritorious service to the ultimate cause of polio eradication prior to 1 November 1992.

For the full story see the club newsletter.  CLICK HERE

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No "Tidbits" this month but we will be back in May.

COMPLETE MEMBERSHIP RESULTS THROUGH MARCH AND TO PRINT THE REPORT

CLICK ON LINK FOR REPORT
Rob Tidd - District Membership Chair
Phone: (509) 470-7218
Email: rtidd@corpoffices.org

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FOR THOSE WINE LOVERS!


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TEN THINGS WE CAN DO TO GROW ROTARY
 

By Gary Bennett, Past President of the Rotary Club of Kelowna and current member of the Sunrise Rotary Club of Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

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