Weekly Newsletter | March 27, 2018

March 28 – Salem Convention Center
Program – State of the City Address

This week we will hear the annual State of the City address by Salem’s Mayor, Chuck Bennett
PresMsgMessage from President Bruce
Howdy, Salem Rotarians!
Greets, Salem Rotarians!
Rotary provides outstanding leadership training we can take and apply to so many aspects of our workplaces and lives. Some incredible opportunities are coming soon to get on your calendar:
-District Training Assembly, April 14, Forest Grove High School. This one day conference is packed full of training sessions to educate you on your area of involvement in Rotary as well as show you other offerings of our worldwide organization – a great way to explore other avenues of service in Rotary all in one day! Get the latest info, hear from amazing leaders, and get to know Rotarian leaders from across our district. Go to DACdb to register.
District Conference, May 18-20, Salem Convention Center. Conveniently located this year right in our backyard, this year’s annual conference will feature top notch speakers, fulfilling programs, and fellow leaders from across our state. As the host club for this conference and District Governor Renee Campbell, we have a great opportunity to showcase our Salem area and the Willamette Valley to fellow Rotarians across Northern Oregon and Southwest Washington.  (By the way, the Youth Exchange Talent Show Friday evening is something you won’t want to miss!). This conference will be the capstone to a terrific Rotary year! Sign up today – https://www.district5100conf.org/.
-Rotary Emerging Professionals Summit, May 17, Salem Convention Center. The day before the conference gets underway, this one-day session will bring together emerging professionals (under 40) and club leaders to strategize new ways to engage and attract younger members to keep our Rotary clubs strong and vibrant.
I’ll see you at Rotary!

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