Governor's Monthly Newsletters
Past issues of RD 6000 News:

For conducting District business, Check the Schedule for open dates & times then contact the District office to reserve.
This newsletter features the All Around Rotary Podcast with an exclusive interview with Rotary International President Mark Maloney, the Women in Rotary series, and much more.
One correction: WORLD POLIO DAY is October 24, 2019. Tune in for Rotary International’s World Polio Day Online Global Update, streamed on Facebook in multiple time zones and languages around the world on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at 7:00PM-7:30PM CDT.
Be sure to read, use and share the information, whether it’s the podcast, videos, stories and/or pictures. 
We are looking forward to coming to your club!
Erna Morain, Governor District 6000

This year, our 7th Rotary Foundation Dinner will be held twice to provide the opportunity for more district Rotarians to attend the event closer to home.  Both evenings begin at 5:30 with a Social Hour, Dinner at 6:30, the program and the evening ending around 8:30 PM.  Our dynamic keynote speaker will be Mary Beth Growney-Selene, The Rotary Foundation Trustee 2016-2019.

Friday, November 1 - Holiday Inn and Suites (The J Bar), 4215 Elmore Ave., Davenport

Saturday, November 2 - West Des Moines Marriott, 1250 Jordan Creek Pkwy., West Des Moines

Registration information for both events is at right under District Events.
Registration deadline: October 18.  Call 877-976-8279 with questions.

We will join in Rotary fellowship and experience how "Rotary Changes the World" through the The Rotary Foundation!

For Rotarians who would be interested in being nominated for District Governor 2022-23, nominations are due to the District Office by next Tuesday, October 22.  Information about the process and the necessary form are here on our website at THIS LINK.
Greetings from Evanston! After Council on Legislation, we put together a document that describes some of the changes that clubs or districts will see with the start of the new Rotary Year. CLICK HERE to view this document. A few things to note:
  1. Even though there were many more items that passed, a lot of them had to do with the overall organization. This document highlights what’s happening at the club and district levels. For a full overview of the COL, Rotarians could either check in with your COL Reps or visit My Rotary (
  2. You’ll see that page 1 of the document discusses that the language in Standard Rotary Club Constitution (SRCC) will be modernized to make it more accessible. It also asks the reader head to My Rotary to download a copy. We’re still in the process of streamlining the SRCC and expect it’ll be posted soon.
  3. In line with number 2 above, the 2019 Manual of Procedure (MOP) is also being drafted. Traditionally, the English version of the MOP has released in the fall (usually October) with translated versions to follow in winter. We expect the same timing this year, and will let you know when the new edition has been released. We’re expecting that it will release as an electronic PDF rather than a printed version.
John Hannes and Geoff Cocharon, R.I. Support

To see club events CLICK HERE and you can promote your Rotary event on this Club Events Calendar!  To add your event click HERE or contact the district office with details.  This calendar is updated around the 1st & 15th each month.

Call the Rotary International Contact Center at 866-9ROTARY (866-976-8279) or email to check deadlines, forms, Foundation giving and recognition points.
Presidents & Secretaries: Click here to find who can assists you.

You need to login to update your profile and to register for some District Events.  If you've never logged in, click Member Login, top right of this page, then click New user? to the right above the Login box. Need assistance? Call 877-976-8279.

Looking for Rotary information to share with a prospective or new member, something that explains about the programs, international projects and fellowship? Find a great brochure HERE!
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