Baseball May 2 and May 16, District Training Assembly, End Polio Now Baseball, Giving Tuesday, Giving Tuesday April 2, Grant Mangement Webinar
The forecast is sunny with a chance of Baseball!
April is Maternal & Child Health Month:
April 2: District 7600 Giving Tuesday. Individual contributions matched up to $500. Must be made online in My Rotary to the Annual Fund. April 2 only. Accelerate your first or your multiple Paul Harris Fellow Recognition.
April 20: Grant Management Webinar. Attendance qualifies a club to apply for a Rotary grant. Attendees may attend in person or in the location of their choice by computer. Attendees will need access to wifi/internet connection. This is the final chance for a club to meet this attendance requirement. Registration is free and is on the dacdb.com calendar.
April 27: District Training Assembly & the Foundation, Public Image, and Membership Seminars (no separate August Seminars this year). The Grant Doctors will be on duty that day. Registration will be available next week on dacdb.com calendar.
May is Youth Service Month:
May 1: Clubs must have entered their Foundation Giving Goals for the year in Rotary Club Central to be eligible to apply for a Rotary grant. This is a new district requirement.
May 1: Clubs will need to have closed out any district grants for the 2018-2019 year to be eligible to apply for a district grant. All grant related processes are completed in the grants module on dacdb.com.
May 2: Polio + Baseball at the Norfolk Tides at Harbor Park.
May 15: Deadline to submit district grant applications through the grants module.
May 16: Polio +Baseball at the Richmond Flying Squirrels at the Diamond.
May 23-26: Marshalling at the LPGA Tournament at Kingsmill.
Welcome home to the Costa Rica Literacy Global Grant Team:
This was a follow on visit to Costa Rica by members of the Rotary Clubs of Richmond, Huguenot Trails, James River, and South Richmond. This multi-year, multi-club global grant provides books in the English language for a regional Costa Rican school system. On previous visits Rotarians realized that there was a shortage of toothbrushes and toothpaste in the schools. So they chipped in on the side and brought along the much needed items. This grant was featured in the March issue of the Spirit of 7600 which can be found on rotary7600.org. A follow up article will be featured in the May issue of the Spirit.