May is Youth Services Month and District Conference”
Rotary All Stars – the link between Rotary and youth for all our clubs is amazing.  
Every club that I visited engages with youth programs in some way or another, such as:
  • RYLA
  • Early Act First Knight
  • Interact
  • Rotaract
  • Scholarships
  • Rotary International Youth Exchanges
  • Literacy Programs
  • Adoption Awareness Picnics and many others.
It is imperative we continue to invest in our youth by sponsoring new Interact and Rotaract Clubs.
These are the Rotarians of the future. 
What service projects do you and your club participate in to support Youth Services?  Share how your club supports Youth Service initiatives on Rotary Showcase
We continue to Fly High with Rotary! – We are Rotary Serving Humanity

Register now for these RY 2016-17 District All Club Activities – Registration Open:
After reading the “High Notes from the First Dude” do you still need more reasons to join us at the District Conference? 

1. Meet the most inspiring people:

Rotary members and friends of Rotary from Districts 5930, 5840, 5890, 5040, and United Services E-Club.  Former Rotary Youth Exchange student Amanda Wirtz, District 5930 Youth Exchange Students Maxime (Belgium) and May (Taiwan).  District 5930 Global Scholars Amanda Lewis (Netherlands) and Kayla Stovall (Scotland).  Your District Conference is your unique opportunity to connect with old friends, make new ones, and share stories about your club’s current and future projects.

2. Strengthen your club and your passion for Rotary

The activities and performances offer countless ways to help you get the most from your Rotary membership and make your club stronger.  Visiting the Rotary Showcase you’ll find new ideas, learn best practices, and share project successes — it’s where our Rotary world comes together!
Don’t forget to continue to tell your Rotary story.
Together we continue to Fly High with Rotary Serving Humanity.
Rotary International District 5930
District Governor 2016-17
Deborah High