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2016-17 Assistant Governors
 Division 1A - Scott Schulick
srschulick@gmail.com
 
 
Division 1B - Chris Shape
cshape@whatever.com
 

Division 1C - Chad McConnell
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 Division 2A - Robert Schaffner
rschaffner@neo.rr.com
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 Division 2B - Kimberly Weiss
Kim.weiss@consumersbank.com
 
 
  
 
Division 2C - Dan Morgan
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 Division 3A - Jon Tucker
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  Division 3B - Rodney Sutton 
rdnysutton@yahoo.com
 

 
Division 4A - Janet Keene
janwel2002@yahoo.com
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Division 4B - Linda Henderson
fredhenderson@comcast.net
 
 
 
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The District has a partnership with the Rotary Club of Canton to share administrative and office resources in downtown Canton.

The Rotary District office is located at:

203 Cleveland Ave. NW

Canton, Ohio 44702

(330)  452-2882

Fax (330) 452-8614

Email: info@cantonrotary.org

Lauri Coy is available to assist coordinating communications, district meetings, district archives, updating data on the Clubrunner data base and posting items on the District website.

 

 
NEW DISTRICT FOUNDATION WEBSITE:
 
Dr. Peter Apicella, District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair, has created a new website to highlight our District Foundation activities at www.Rotary6650.org. The new website highlights both Local and Global Grant activity and includes an interactive webinar to provide qualification for Rotary Foundation Grants. Rotary documents on the Grant process is available in the Document Center.
 
“As Local District Grant projects are completed this year, information and photos will be posted for all to admire,” said Dr. Apicella. “The site will archive all the Foundation work we do as a District and in our local clubs to provide ideas for future and collaborative projects for all of us.” Please e-mail to Dr. Apicella about information for inclusion on the website.
 
Refer questions to Dr. Apicella, DRFCC, Peter@salemrad.com, 330-207-0500 (cell).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
PDG Meena Patel has brought us a request from OHOLI in Taluka Wai, District Satara, Maharashtra state of India.
 
This village is deprived of nearly-every natural resource required to meet and maintain basic standards of life. Every day, women spend half of their working hours collecting water over long distances and climbing lots of steps (more than 5 to 6 trips a day for their family). After age 35, they are exhausted and unable to continue this work. This has led to cases of socially unfavorable family polygamy with the sole objective for someone to gather water.
 
This Rotary Global Grant would provide for digging a production water well, installation of pumping machinery, and laying a pipeline to transport water to a stand post.
 
Our District has dedicated $10K toward the grant which along with $6K from District 3132 and $1K from the local Rotary club. This will be matched by The Rotary Foundation providing $35K for the project.
 
Please visit our website at www.Rotary6650.org  to view all of this past year’s local and global projects and learn more about The Rotary Foundation.
 
 
Peter Apicella, DRFC, Peter@salemrad.com 330-207-0500 (cell)
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Rotary Foundation Centennial Celebration: October 23, 2016
 
In 1917, Arch Klumph, the sixth President of Rotary and Founder of The Rotary Foundation, said, “There should be a realization that Rotary is greater than any one man in it, or any single club; Rotary is not a local movement but a world force.”
 
On October 23rd, 2016, the home District of Arch Klumph in nearby Cleveland will be hosting a special celebratory concert performed by the Cleveland Orchestra with dinner to follow including featured speakers Rotary International President-Elect John Germ and The Rotary Foundation Chair-Elect Kalyan Banerjee.
 
All Rotarian, spouses, and Friends of Rotary are invited to attend the special afternoon concert at Severance Hall. Great seats are still available at http://www.trf100.org/ - click the gold CONCERT button.
 
Rotarians and Friends of Rotary who have or will make a gift or commitment of at least $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation between September 1, 2015 and August 31, 2016 will be eligible to be honored as a Centennial Celebration Donor at the Centennial Celebration Dinner. Please complete the Pledge Form at http://rotary6650.org/images/grantseminar/documents/Centennial%20Pledge%20Form.pdf and return it to PDG George Hays. You will be contacted when tickets are available.
 
We anticipate that rooms will be available at the InterContinental Hotel & Conference Center which will be the site of the dinner. Check the Centennial website for updates at http://www.trf100.org/
 
You may contact George W. S. Hays at haysgws@gmail.com  with questions.
 
Thank you. Peter L Apicella, M.D., DRFCC, Peter@salemrad.com, 330-207-0500, http://www.Rotary6650.org
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
                                                                           
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
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