CLICK HERE. If you’ve missed a meeting you can make up online and help our club maintain high attendance. Click the link above. When you get to the site to do your make-up, you’ll need our Club number (3924) and our District number (6800). It’ll give you instructions on where these numbers need to go.
District 6800 Website
CLICK HERE. Stay up to date on activities in our district, find links to events and forms important to our club, and get a wealth of additional information by clicking here.
CLICK HERE. This is the official Web site of Rotary International. To access some parts of the Web site you’ll need your member number, which is available on the cover (in the subscription address area) of your edition of the Rotarian magazine, or by checking with Assistant Secretary Janice Trawick.
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