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Make New Rotary Connections at District Training Assembly - Saturday, March 21

Your District 6900 Leadership Team - including your 2020-21 incoming Club Presidents and Assistant Governors, joined DGE Kirk Driskell to celebrate Leap Day at the annual Peach State PETS training seminar in Atlanta. Now we'd like you to join us in Columbus for our District Training Assembly on March 21

Your District 6900 Leadership Team - including your 2020-21 incoming Club Presidents and Assistant Governors, joined DGE Kirk Driskell to celebrate Leap Day at the annual Peach State PETS training seminar in Atlanta. Now we'd like you to join us in Columbus for our District Training Assembly on March 21

To ensure each Club has the proper tools to "DARE TO BE BETTER" in 2020-21, we invite all Club Membership Chairs, Foundation Chairs, Public Image Chairs, Club Secretaries, Club Treasurers, Club Officers and Directors – and interested club members - to register for the District 6900 Training Assembly at the Columbus Ironworks, located at 801 Front Avenue, Columbus, GA 31901 on Saturday, March 21. We will have meaningful and focused training for all who attend from each club. Registration is open to all Rotarians within the district. We will have breakfast at 8 am. The registration fee is $35 per person. The Assembly will begin at 9:00 am and end about 12:30 pm.

This year, we have added a District Service Project option in the afternoon. For those participating, there will be a cookout at 1:00 pm at Stewart Homes in Columbus. There will be no charge for lunch but registration is required to be sure there is enough food.

Registration for the training event is online now on the district website at https:/www.rotary6900.org. Go to the "Calendar" icon and then go to March 21 and click on Register. You may register yourself and others from your Club. If you can, please get the names of all people attending from your club and have one person make and pay for your Club’s reservations. Usually the Club pays for the District Training assembly registration.

Posted by Kirk Driskell
March 4, 2020

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