Friday & Saturday, March 11-12, 2016

All Ohio Presidents-Elect Training Seminar is a multi-district P.E.T.S. training sessions of the five Rotary Districts in Ohio. it serves all of the Rotary Clubs in Ohio — more than 250 clubs.

During the weekend you and your spouse/partner will meet fellow Presidents-Elect to create new and lasting friendships, and of course learn about the operations of a successful Rotary Club.

You will hear presentations by Rotary leaders and participate in discussions led by the workshop facilitators, all of whom were outstanding club presidents.  Your District Governor-elect, aided by your assistant governors, will conduct special district meetings.

The entire program is designed so you can JOIN LEADERS – EXCHANGE IDEAS - TAKE ACTION during your year as club president.    LEARN MORE >>

 

 

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Left to right: Gary Parrish, of the Rotary Club of Little Rock, Arkansas, USA; Ovidiu Spinu, of the Rotary Club of Cluj-Napoca Cetatuie, Romania; Rozica Moldovan; and Karen Fetzer, of the Little Rock club. The four discuss livestock and crops on the Moldovan family farm in Corusu, Romania. The family has received livestock from Heifer International, which has partnered with Rotary clubs in the Farmers Feed the Children project.

JOIN LEADERS

Connect with leaders from all continents, cultures, and occupations.

Rotarian Jacqueline Chatenet (left) and a fellow volunteer laugh with a patient at La Halte Repit, or "A Pause to Breathe," a Rotary club-sponsored day center for people with Alzheimer's disease. The facility offers caregivers a much-needed break from their duties several hours a week. Port-la-Nouvelle, France.

EXCHANGE IDEAS

Expand your network and your worldview.

Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Lucknow, India strategize door to door polio immunization activities outside a district health center where the vaccine is stored. This team volunteers to adminsiter the polio vaccine during immunization days and plays a role in community outreach that adresses vaccine resistance. For an article and photo essay, see “The Rotarian,” December 2008. For a multimedia slideshow, watch “Rotary Video Magazine” 4.2.

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Help us create lasting change in communities around the world.