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Register Now for Jekyll Island - March 21-24, 2024

Join us as we Amplify Rotary and feature the Lady with a Song, none other than our District Governor-Elect André Marria. DGE André is a Lady with a Song, and this conference will be filled with music, laughter, fun, and fellowship.  The conference will be at the beautiful Jekyll Island Convention Center March 21-24, 2024.  Let’s celebrate all the ways our clubs make Rotary BIGGER, BETTER, AND LOUDER!

To register, login to rotary6900.org and click on “Register for the 2024 District Conference at Jekyll Island.” The registration fee through May 7, 2023 is only $275.   There are also special rates for guests, students, and children under the age of 17.  The registration fee will go up in September ($295), so it pays to register early! [more]

Posted by Stephanie Windham
Rotary Club of Griffin
May 25, 2023

Interact Updates Due By June 30, 2023

With July 1 rapidly approaching, all Rotary clubs sponsoring one or more Interact Clubs MUST update the contact information of the Interact club adviser annually by June 30 in My Rotary to maintain the Interact club’s active status.

Best Practice Tip:  Enter the name of your Interact or Youth Services Director for the upcoming Rotary year (particularly if you do not know who the teacher sponsor will be in the Fall). [more]

Posted by Becky Stone
Rotary Club of Roswell
May 23, 2023

Join Sandy Springs for Pickleball Madness - and Support Vision to Learn

The Rotary Club of Sandy Springs is hosting a Pickleball fundraiser on June 17 at the Sandy Springs Tennis Center near the intersection of Roswell Road and Abernathy. A portion of the proceeds will go to one of our community partners, Vision To Learn. Vision To Learn is a not-for-profit organization that provides free eye exams and glasses to children in low-income communities across the United States. This year, the club partnered with Vision to Learn, and our club donated more than 800 pair of eyeglasses to elementary and middle school students in Sandy Springs.

Our club is now registering players for the Pickleball Madness Tournament. All skill levels are accepted. If you've never played Pickleball before you can pick it up in mere minutes - I played just one time a few weeks ago for an hour and I'm ready to play! Our tournament will be played by doubles using a round robin format. You'll be able to play in about three matches. You don't need a partner to play as we'll pair you with someone of similar skill. If you don't have a paddle, one will be provided. Register by going to www.rotarypickleball.com

Posted by Zac Boswell
Rotary Club of Sandy Springs
May 23, 2023
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