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Welcome to Rotary International District 5300

Clean Water

2017 RYLA

(Rotary Youth Leadership Award)

TLC Stop Hunger Now

Polio Plus

Superbuild

Fellowship

Grants Management Training Seminar

District Grants fund smaller, short-term activities that address needs in both your local community and communities worldwide.

The next session is on August 10, 2020 at 6:00pm.  It will be an on-line Zoom session

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Board of Directors Training Seminar - BODTS

The District 5300 is offering a webinar series to prepare community leaders who serve on the board of directors of our Rotary clubs or any other non-profit organization.  The short, but in depth sessions, will feature experts on the most important topics that board members are responsible to know.

The next session, August 24, 2020 – Polio Plus Campaign – , 6:00pm.

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31st Annual Peace Conference
PEACE out of CHAOS – a Pandemic
Saturday, October 24, 2020 / 9:00 am—1:00 pm
VIRTUAL — Free via Zoom

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Peace Conference Flyer

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Important Dates:

District Governor Nominations

District 5300 is seeking applicants for our 2023-2024 District Governor position.

Deadline – September 1, 2020

2020-21 On-Line District Assembly Training

Virtual District Conference 2019 – 2020

District Governor  2020-21, Greg Jones

Greg grew up in Southern Illinois and met his wife, Brenda, in high school. Both graduated from the University of Illinois with Greg earning a BS in accountancy and Brenda a BS in elementary education. They moved to Southern California in 1985 and to Pasadena in 1991.

Greg was a partner in a national accounting firm for 29 years. Along the way he earned an MS in taxation and an MS in financial planning. In 2010 he started his own CPA and Wealth Management practices in Pasadena.  Greg is a CPA, CFP, CLU (Certified Life Underwriter), PFS (Personal Financial Specialist) and ChFC (Charter Financial Consultant). Brenda is a librarian at Glendale Community College where she just finished her 26th year; she has an MS in library science and an MA in theology.

District Happenings

Gaelen Stanford-Moore – Greetings from San Francisco

Gaelen Stanford-Moore – Greetings from San Francisco

All is well in SF.  I am still working, though they have cancelled all of our non-emergency surgeries. As part of the fellowship of Rotarian Doctors there have been bi-weekly phone calls with doctors from around the world to discuss the COVID pandemic. In San...

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Rotary Rose Parade Float Wins Tournament Volunteer Trophy

Rotary Rose Parade Float Wins Tournament Volunteer Trophy

The Rotary Rose Parade Float Committee float won the "Hope Connects the World" Tournament Volunteer Award for most outstanding floral presentation of the Rose Parade Theme among floats 35 feet and under in length The theme of the float was “Hope Connects the World”. ...

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Prof DeAnna Beachley, scholar of the women’s suffrage movement from College of Southern Nevada, spoke last evening at the #lvafterhoursrotary meeting. She shared the story of how Nevada played an important role in the 19th amendment’s passing, celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote this very month. ✔️. Wonder if any of these early influential women were Rotarians? 🤔 Most likely not, as that was another long battle that went to the Supreme Court thanks to extraordinary women from District 5300. Women were formally allowed to join Rotary on May 4, 1987! 💙 #PeopleOfAction #RotaryOpensOpportunities #Rotary ... See MoreSee Less

Prof DeAnna Beachley, scholar of the women’s suffrage movement from College of Southern Nevada, spoke last evening at the #lvafterhoursrotary meeting.  She shared the story of how Nevada played an important role in the 19th amendment’s passing, celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote this very month. ✔️. Wonder if any of these early influential women were Rotarians? 🤔 Most likely not, as that was another long battle that went to the Supreme Court thanks to extraordinary women from District 5300. Women were formally allowed to join Rotary on May 4, 1987! 💙 #PeopleOfAction #RotaryOpensOpportunities #Rotary

August is RI's MEMBERSHIP and NEW CLUB DEVELOPMENT MONTH - a time to focus on Rotary's continuing need for growth, to seek new members and form new clubs. What can you do? 🤔
*Update your classifications list and circulate among members and accordingly fill up the Vacancies
*Educate members about membership Procedure
*Induct New Members
*Consider inviting Local Personalities to be Inducted as Honorary Members
*Organize Seminar on Club level & a Public meeting inviting non rotary friends to discuss Advantages of Joining Rotary #Rotary #PeopleofAction #RotaryOpensOpportunities #district5300
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August is RIs MEMBERSHIP and NEW CLUB DEVELOPMENT MONTH - a time to focus on Rotarys continuing need for growth, to seek new members and form new clubs. What can you do? 🤔
*Update your classifications list and circulate among members and accordingly fill up the Vacancies
*Educate members about membership Procedure
*Induct New Members 
*Consider inviting Local Personalities to be Inducted as Honorary Members
*Organize Seminar on Club level & a Public meeting inviting non rotary friends to discuss Advantages of Joining Rotary #Rotary #PeopleofAction #RotaryOpensOpportunities #district5300

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Do not miss this opportunity to join our young professionals peacebuilders joining our RI leaders on the first Peace conference presentation by Rotaract from many countries .
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Great opportunity to listen to young peacebuilders . We are also honored to have RI President Hoegar knack and RIPE Shekhar Mehta and CEO Jhon Hewko to address this innovative peace conference. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Five Avenues of Service

Club Service

Club Service focuses on making clubs strong. A thriving club is anchored by strong relationships and an active membership development plan.

Vocational Service

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Community Service

Community Service encourages every Rotarian to find ways to improve the quality of life for people in their communities and to serve the public interest. Learn more in and this .

International Service

International Service exemplifies our global reach in promoting peace and understanding. We support this service avenue by sponsoring or volunteering on international projects, seeking partners abroad, and more.

Youth Service

Youth Service recognizes the importance of empowering youth and young professionals through leadership development programs such as , , , and .