Last November, Governor Gerald Robinson announced two e-club initiatives for District 5790. The intent of these initiatives is to allow the formation of two e-clubs in District 5790. One e-club will focus on former youth program participants and the other e-club will focus on community programs. Both are intended to provide a Rotary service vehicle for those whose travel and business commitments inhibit participation in one of the 71 community based Rotary clubs in our district.
The ROTEX e-club initiative (youth program participants) will be headed by Kennedale Rotarian Norm King. Norm and his support team will be working closely with folks throughout our district that have been involved with youth exchange and other youth initiatives where alumni and exchange parents from these programs may have an interest participating in a Rotary club in a modern and high tech way that is not available in the communities where they live. If you are interested in more information about a Youth Service e-Club contact Norm King or complete the on line ROTEX E-Rotary Club Survey by clicking here.
The Community Programs e-Club initiative will be headed by Cross Timbers Rotarian John Dodge who like many, spend extensive time traveling throughout the world and find it difficult to make it to the weekly meetings hosted by his own club. John and his team will be working closely with Area Governors and club presidents (past and present) to identify prospective members that can be contacted to assess their interest in an e-Club format. If you are interested in more information about a Community Service e-club or know of someone who would be interested, please contact John Dodge or complete the District 5790 Community Programs e-Club Expression of Interest Survey by clicking here.
To see the District 5790 e-Club Site Page click here