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ROTARY WEEKLY SPIN!

This Weeks News
Pura Vida Costa Rica Fundraiser
      Denton Noon Rotary Club - Pura Vida Costa Rica Fundraiser   
       Join us to raise our final $2,000 for Rotary Global Grant # 1978399
                   An Eco Tourism Business for Rural Women of Costa Rica
                 
Location:   Black Box Theater at 318 E Hickory Street, Denton 76201
Parking at Patterson Appleton Center Arts Center, 400 E Hickory St, Denton, TX 76201
Date:   Friday, January 18, 2019   Time:   5:00 PM – 7:00 PM 
 
$20 per person includes:
  • A commemorative Denton Rotary Club drink glass
  • Two drink tickets
  • Light hor d’oeuvres
  • Slideshow of our project
  • Silent auction
  • Live jazz by Denton’s own Mr. Joe Trio: Joe Pinson, keyboard, Jeffrey Barnes, clarinet, Jeffry Eckels, bass.
 
 Costa Rican’s use Pura Vida to say hello, goodbye, everything’s great, and everything’s cool. So come help us wrap up our fund raising by checking out our silent auction items, donated by Denton area businesses, meeting Rotarians involved with this project, enjoying a slideshow tour of our work in Costa Rica, all while enjoying a glass of wine or beer in one of our Denton Rotary Club commemorative glasses which you can take home with you.
 
For more information, contact Kathryn Langley @ klangleypt@msn.com  940-395-6902 or Karen McDaniels @ karen804@grandecom.net
Rotarian Donates Book Royalties to Literacy Program!
 Dear Rotarians,
 
I have a super cool opportunity for the District specifically and the Rotary Foundation as a whole. We have a dynamite new Rotarian in our Club who is an accomplished sports writer and novelist. Marjorie Lewis has recently published her Historical Novel “When the Men Were Gone” which is centered around the first female football coach in the state of Texas! The book is phenomenal!
 
Ms. Lewis stated, "Between January 14-20, for every book sold (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, independent book sellers, Costco), I will donate every cent of my per-book royalty (it must be a book because Kindle sales are not recorded), which is roughly $1."
 
 
We'll need Rotarians to also get the support of their connections outside of Rotary. Funds donated will benefit the Rotary Literacy Program.
 
Additionally, Ms. Lewis will be featured at a book signing at the Southlake Barnes and Noble on Saturday, January 26th from 1-3 pm and will be interviewed by Scott Murray, an Emmy Award winning sports journalist. Stop by and show your fellow Rotarian your support! The day of the event, we'll have a drawing for a $200 gift card to Barnes & Noble. Each copy of When the Men Were Gone sold that day at Barnes & Noble will be good for one entry into the drawing. If someone buys two books, they get two entries, and so forth. Should be fun!
 
Yours in service,
 
Arlin Gold
Southlake Rotary President
Business Development Officer
agold@providencebanktx.com
Fort Worth East and Fort Worth Great Southwest Rotary Clubs announce 2019 The Heart of Peace Concert
The Heart of Peace Concert:
an International Expression of Music and Song
 
Hosted this year by Fort Worth East and Fort Worth Great Southwest Rotary Clubs at the Tarrant County College South Campus, 5301 Campus Drive in Fort Worth on February 16, 2019. Concert seating starts at 6 pm. Concert starts at 6:30 pm.
 
VIP tickets are $75 (includes reception), General Admission is $25 and Student admission is $5
Call 817-531-3804 to reserve your tickets
District Governor Gerald Robinson Announces District Governor Nominee Designate
Kayla Christianson to serve as District Governor Nominee Designate (RY 2021-2022)
 
It is my pleasure to announce the selection of Kayla Belle Christianson as District 5790 Governor in Rotary Year 2021-2022! Kayla will serve as the District Governor Nominee Designate until July 1, 2019 when she will become the District Governor Nominee. 
 
Kayla has been a member of the Rotary Club of Abilene since June of 2008 where she served in several capacities including Club President in 2011-2012. She has been very involved with Fundraising and Public Image in and around the Abilene area. In addition, Kayla has served at the district level in several capacities including the current year as Area Assistant Governor for Area 7. 
 
Rotary is a family "thing" in the Christianson household with Kayla's husband David as a member and past president of the Abilene Southwest Rotary Club (2013-2014). David is currently serving the district as the Training/Technology Area Training Officer in Area 7.
 
Please join me in congratulating Kayla on her selection as the District 5790 District Governor Nominee Designate for 2021-2022.
 
Sincerely,
Gerald Robinson
District 5790 District Governor (2018-2019)
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Measuring the community  impact of your Rotary Club 
How is your club Progressing toward it's 2018-2019 Goals?
 
Rotary International President Barry Rassin has asked each of our 36,678 worldwide Rotary Clubs to report and periodically update their 2018-2019 goals in Rotary Club Central. Forty-six of our District 5790 Rotary Clubs have posted their 2018-2018 goals in Rotary Club Central. Our 2018-2019 Rotary year is almost half over. How is your club doing? How many service projects has your club completed thus far? How many volunteer hours have been devoted to your communities? These are all questions easily answered by completing the service activities portion of your clubs Rotary Club Central report for each of the projects you have done thus far. Unsure how to go about updating your goals? Contact your Training/Technology Area Training Officer for guidance.
 
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ROTARY INTERNATIONAL DATA SERVICES
Dear Rotary Leaders:

This is just a reminder to confirm your club member and officer information in Rotary’s database by 1 January. We’ll use this information to generate your club invoice. It’s important that your club’s member information is up-to-date, because Rotary can’t change the club invoice after it’s been generated or accept membership updates with your payment.         

As a club officer, you can ensure that your club invoice will be correct by checking the accuracy of the information in Rotary’s database.

If you use My Rotary to report your club’s information to Rotary:

Sign in to My Rotary and choose Manage, then Club & District Administration, Club Administration, and Club & Member Data.

If you use a Rotary-approved club management system to report your club’s information to Rotary:  

Sign in to your club, district, or country database. Verify that the information in it is correct or make changes as needed. Your club invoice is generated based on the membership information recorded in Rotary’s database, not the information in your club’s own database, so it’s important to make sure Rotary has the latest information. After you update your database, please sign in to My Rotary to verify that the updates have been transmitted correctly.  Note that it might take up to 24 hours for updates to be reflected in My Rotary. Sign in to My Rotary and choose Manage, then Club & District Administration, Club Administration, and Club & Member Data to see the information in Rotary’s Records.

For all clubs:
Report all new or terminated members and 2018-19 club officers no later than 1 January.
  • Members with admission dates of 1 January or before will be counted for the January 2019 club invoice.
  • Members with termination dates of 1 January or before will not be counted for the January 2019 club invoice.
If you can’t update your member information online, you can submit the Member Data Form in one of three ways:
 
  • Scan and email it to data@rotary.org
  • Fax it to +1-847-556-2207
  • Mail it to your local Rotary office or fiscal agent early enough that it will arrive by 1 January

For more information about your club invoice, including how-to guidelines and answers to frequently asked questions, go to My Rotary’s Club Administration pages. For help with membership questions, contact data@rotary.org.

Sincerely,
Sanna Lerenman

Data Quality Manager, Data Services
 
 
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