Download, complete and email the District Office
In addition by February 1, 2019 please complete the Club Officer Information at Rotary International's website (Login to www.rotary.org; My Rotary; select "Manage" / "Club Administration" / "Add/edit/remove club officers - Club level").
Officer Roster - Rotary International - My Rotary
Login to Rotary International and verify/edit your club officers for Fiscal Year 2019-2020.
Elect your 2020-2021 officers and get your club headed in the right direction for the next Rotary year. 31 December 2018 is the deadline for election of officers and 1 February 2019 is the deadline for reporting the officers to Rotary International. Current club officers (2018-2019) can submit this information via the Club Administration section of My Rotary, or by sending the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Club Tax Return - Requirement
The IRS requires that all clubs/districts in the U.S. and its territories file an annual information return. If your club/district’s tax year follows the Rotary year, the deadline to file is 15 November. More information is available on irs.gov and in our FAQ at www.rotary.org.
An informational live webinar on the U.S. Club & District Liability Insurance Program is on 5 December 2017. Click here https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2020509132718856961 to learn more of what it will entail and to register. This is open to all U.S. Rotarians!
The Charitable Foundation of Rotary 6450, Inc.
The District Board of Directors have established a new district foundation. Clubs may apply to register with the foundation to seek advance approval of club service projects which can then manage the finances, including donations, through the foundation, thus qualifying for donor IRS deductions.
Full information and the application is online at the district website: www.rotary6450.org.
My Rotary-Rotary Club Central Training - instructions
Scroll in folder below for all PETS (2018) handouts and forms (March 2019 materials will be posted when available):
Each manual guides the respective club leader while they are in office. The manuals describe the role and responsibilities for each position and provide relevant resources that will be helpful throughout the year.
The manuals in the kit include:
Other noteworthy sections in the manuals, include:
*The Club President’s Manual and Club Secretary’s Manual each include an addendum on the inside cover with policy changes from the 2016 Council on Legislation and decisions from the RI Board and the Foundation Trustees.
Policy for President-Elect relative to eligibility to serve as President
To support the success of our clubs, it is essential that the President-Elect receive support and training in advance (as well as during) their year as President.
It is therefore a district mandatory requirement for the PE to attend a Pre-PETS workshop provided by the district.
It is also a mandatory requirement by Rotary International (ADOPTED ENACTMENT 07-46*) as well as the district for each President-Elect to attend the President-Elect Training Seminar (PETS) prior to their becoming President. The Club Officers’ Kit was mailed to governors-elect in November and is also available at www.rotary.org. The kitincludes the following manuals:
As stated in the RI requirement, failure to comply with this ruling, will make the PE ineligible to assume the Presidency of their club.
PETS TRAINING DOCUMENTS AND MATERIALS
The following documents are available for download and review for PEs
before attending Midwest PETS. These materials are available for to
help prepare you with background and information you should receive in
Pre-PETS and during Midwest PETS. Many of the Club Manuals have been
updated recently by Rotary International, and have been linked here for
Please click on each item to open and save and/or print it for your
preparation. Adobe Reader is required to view and print these
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