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RIBI Redistricting Plan Version 3 – 16th November 2012

The districts related to Phase 1.

Version 3 has been prepared taking into account the comments and suggestions in the feedback from version 2 from clubs, individuals and DGs. The details below represent immediate requirements plus an essential long term strategy.

The recommendation concentrates on the immediate need with the districts at risk as identified by RI. The plan also looks to the long term future of RIBI. The plan is in two parts and requires agreement as a whole.

Phase 1:

To be implemented by 1st July 2015

RIBI Re-Districting Draft Proposals – Additional Information

Since details of the RIBI Draft Re-Districting Proposals have been made available, predictably many questions have been asked and comments made by Clubs and members. In an attempt to make the ‘surrounding issues’ a little clearer particularly for those Clubs that may be still undecided. I summarise as below.

Re-districting Proposal 2012

Dear Club President,

In the RIBI Redistricting Proposal details published on 12th October, it mentioned, a time-line showing that a Survey link would be mailed to all Club Presidents on 25th October. I have now learned that this central survey from RIBI will no longer take place.

World Polio Day

DG Steve shows we are 'this close'

“I am proud to be supporting World Polio Day 2012 where people around the globe are working hard to raise awareness of polio as well as trying to eradicate this dreadful disease once and for all. Rotarians around the world have raised millions of pounds and are now so close to wiping polio of the face of our planet once and for all. Feel free to share this post or comment about it on Twitter using our awareness raising tag #rotaryendpolio.”

rotary water-survival boxes contribute to flood relief in chad, mali and senegal

Distribution of the consignment of 400 boxes sent to Chad has been undertaken by the national Red Cross for the benefit of families displaced by flash floods. In the past two weeks we learned that similar floods have affected both Mali and Senegal in West Africa and we are in the process of finalising arrangements to send a total of 600 boxes to be distributed by Rotary Clubs in the vicinity of the two capital cities (Bamako, Mali; and Dakar, Senegal).

Secretaries Newsletter for October 2012

Next District Council:

Please remember that the next District Council meeting will now be held on Wednesday 21st November at 18.30 for 19.00 at the usual venue of the Arden Academy, Knowle. Hosts for the meeting are Alcester Alauna.

District Executive

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, October 31, 2012 - 19:00 - 22:00
Location: 
Arden Hotel

Group Study Exchange – Farewell Meeting

Date and Time: 
Thursday, November 1, 2012 - 19:00 - 22:00
The GSE Team from District 7030 from the Caribbean will complete their 4 week visit to District 1060 on the 3rd November. Before they fly back to the Caribbean the Farewell Dinner.
Location: 
Nailcote Hall Hotel, Nailcote Lane, Berkswell CV7 7DE

This will be one of the final events of the tour and I am sure that Rotarians and their partners will want to say goodbye to such an excellent and friendly team. We really want to send them off in true District 1060 style and hopefully we will be able to accommodate everyone who wishes to attend but if not it will be on a first come first served basis. The cost of the meal, including Tea /or Coffee, will be £22.50 each.

Group Study Exchange – Welcome Dinner

Date and Time: 
Monday, October 8, 2012 - 18:30 - 22:00
The GSE Team from District 7030 in the Caribbean arrive for their 4 week visit. They will spend their first night at the Ramada Hotel. Chesford Bridge, Kenilworth - where the Welcome Dinner will be held. on Monday 8th October at 6.30 for 7.00pm.
Location: 
Ramada Hotel. Chesford Bridge, Kenilworth

The meeting is the normal meeting of the Rotary Club of Kenilworth and the meal will be followed by a formal welcome by the District Governor and short introduction of the Team, together with an opportunity to talk to the Team members.

The cost of the 2 course Dinner, including Tea and/or Coffee, will be £12.50.

CHERNOBYL NUCLEAR DISASTER CHILD A RINGING SUCCESS AT KINVER ROTARY CLUB

Andrei brings Kinver Rotary Club to order.

The highlight of Andrei Buiko’s 10th birthday, spent hundreds of miles away from his home in the Grodno region of Belorussia, was to ring the bell to call members of Rotary Club to order when he visited the club as part of a month-long visit to the U.K. organised by a charity that supports children suffering as a result of the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl 26 years ago.

Along with his friend Dima Khabian (9), Andrei is staying at the home of Ann Becke, who has run the local branch of the Chernobyl Childrens Life Line for the past 18 years.