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Are you a Business or Professional leader in your community, seeking to make a difference in the world around you?
Rotarians are passionate people driven by the ideal of service. As a part of Rotary, you get to network with and give back to communities around the globe. District 5830 is made up of 42 clubs and over 1500 members across NE Texas, SE Oklahoma, and SW Arkansas.
Vocational is defined as relating to a vocation, an occupation, or employment. Whereas, service is defined as the action of helping or doing work for someone. For most of us, we spend our adult lives focused on attaining success (however we personally define success) in the employment, profession, or vocation we engage in. Whereas, in Rotary when it comes to vocational service, our focus is on: 1) adherence to and promotion of the highest ethical standards in all occupations, including fair treatment of employers, employees, associates, competitors, and the public; 2) the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, not just those that Rotarians engage in; and 3) using our vocational talents to solve the problems of society and meeting the needs of our communities. So, we as individuals tend to focus on our inner goals whereas in Rotary, we focus more on outer goals which will do good works in the world. In Rotary, we use our expertise, our experience, and knowledge to improve the lives of those not as fortunate as us.
It’s SOOOO easy to GROW your club….just set a GOAL and encourage each member to introduce one guest to Rotary—per month or per quarter—you WILL grow!!!
What is your club’s WHY?
  1. Normal attrition: Rotary statistics show that every club loses about 10% of its membership each year due to job changes, illness, relocations, death, disinterest or lack of a role in the club…and list goes on.
  2. More hands/less work: Make it easier for your present members to perform service projects and fund rasisers.
  3. More: fellowship and fun!
  4. More: community impact.
What is your club’s HOW?
Time is running out! All district President Elects are required to attend Lone Star PETS leadership training February 24, 2022 -February 28, 2022 at the Hyatt Regency DFW Airport, 2334 North International Parkway, Dallas, TX.

Registration is open at<> and hotel rooms in the discounted room block are filling fast. Pre-training began early September so if your club has not elected your President Elect, please do so as soon as possible.   The Pre-training will get your President Elect and President Nominee prepared for the fast track training in February 2022.
June 4 to June 8, 2022
to 3/31/2022
to 6/8/2022
Club member, Nonmember, or guest, age 31 or over  $575$675
Club member, Nonmember or guest, age 30 or under  $175$225
Guest age 5-18  $30$40
Guest under age 5  FreeFree
Saturday, House of Friendship only  $60$100
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