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The District Blog

Mark Your Calendar for October 19

That's when the Rotary Means Business fellowship will gather again - at the Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, Perimeter. Last month's gathering drew a crowd - with Rotarians from the Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Tucker, Peachtree City and Atlanta Metro clubs. A brief presentation addressed effective uses of LinkedIn and other marketing strategies … [more]

Posted by Johnathan Clark
Rotary Club of Tucker
October 6, 2021

Planning for Global Grant Applications Quarters 1 & 2, 2021? Your Plans Due By October 20, 2021

Now is the time to submit your Clubs’ first and second quarter plans to use District 6900’s DDF matching funds for Global Grant Project applications leading to The Rotary Foundation’s matching money. Please submit your completed plans to me by October 20,2021.

The District Global Grant Committee will meet via Zoom later this month and review your requests to move them forward or ask for more information. In preparation for this meeting, please send a brief summary of your project’s location, Host or International partners, work plan, area of focus, and budget plan. These basic facts are important as we try to allocate our Rotarian Resources in the best way possible for all Clubs.

We're looking forward to hearing your plans.

Anne Glenn

D6900 Grants Committee Director


Posted by Anne Glenn
Rotary Club of Dunwoody
October 6, 2021

Tucker Donates Backpacks to Start the School Year Right

The Rotary Club of Tucker donated school supplies to NETWorks Cooperative Ministry for its Good Neighbor Back2School Shop, which donates new bookbags packed with everything a student needs to start the school year. Club members also manned the shop on Saturday, August 31 to help distribute the book bags.

Pictured: President Kellianne King and member Daryl Hubbard (far right) help a local family with their new student backpacks.

Posted by Lizbeth Dison
Rotary Club of Tucker
October 6, 2021
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