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Home Page Stories
   Do your Club Executives need any assistance
on the following ClubRunner tasks?
 
Click on Link to view the recorded one hour ClubRunner webinar for club administration or any one who wants more skills with ClubRunner!
Especially great for: Club Presidents, President-Elects and Secretaries
 
 
Topics include:
 
- How to access the District website
- How to manage your membership information (Updates, Additions, Terminations)
- How to turn on RI Integration (We will explain the differences between MyRotary.org and ClubRunner)
- How to manage Privacy Settings for Integration
- How to use the Compare & Sync took for Integration
- How to enter month end totals for attendance
 
Again, Click on the link and view this helpful recorded one hour ClubRunner webinar for club administrators!  
 
 
Happy Training District 5470!
 
 
Linda Avery, Telluride Rotary Club
District Trainer, Rotary District 5470
linda.avery60@gmail.com
970-596-4791 (c)
District 5470’s 2020/2021 Global Grant Scholar is Sarah Harper-Johnston.  She initially became involved with Rotary almost ten years ago. Sarah hails from Crested Butte, Colorado. She was a Rotary Youth Exchange Student for her junior year of high school in Denmark. In September 2020, she will be studying at Trinity College Dublin to pursue a Master of Philosophy degree in Race, Ethnicity and Conflict, with the support of Rotary International. 

Sarah owes her extensive international experience and interest in global affairs to the life changing experience in Denmark. After graduating high school, she moved to Paris, France and studied at the American University of Paris.  There she majored in Global Communications with a focus in both Film Studies and Political Communications. Sarah graduated with honors and was the Undergraduate Student President.  She then joined the Peace Corps. 

Sarah served two years in a rural town outside Yangon, Myanmar, where she volunteered as an English Teacher trainer with the Peace Corps. After completing service in March 2020, Sarah intends to pursue a M.Phil degree in Race, Ethnicity, and Conflict and focus her dissertation on the ethnic conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine State. Once completing the degree, she will seek further research in ethnic conflict and genocide prevention to move towards a career in international human rights. 

The North Colorado Springs Rotary Club is proud to be the District 5470 Home Club sponsors.  We are proud to have Sarah as our Global Grant Scholarship recipient and are excited to follow her experiences at both Trinity and at her Rotary Host Club in Dublin.  Congratulations, Sarah!!!

Kate 

 
Kate Carnahan Davis

 
District Scholarship Director, 2019-20
District 5470, Colorado USA
 
Improve your online meeting skills
Even if you’re already an expert at virtual meetings, look at the Meeting Online learning topic in the Learning Center. Meeting Online has everything you need to run a meeting smoothly and even some tools to help you master the advanced features of virtual meeting platforms. Rotary staff and members frequently add resources that cover topics like keeping members engaged virtually and training officers online. The Meeting Online topic is available in nine languages. Sign in to My Rotary and then go to Meeting Online.
Rotary International District 5470
ROTARY logo black.jpg
Criteria for Large & Small Club Award
“Outstanding Rotary Club of the Year”
 
These are the highest awards given by Rotary District 5470
to recognize truly vibrant clubs.
 
One club with 51 or more members will receive an award
 The D.D. Monroe Award
One club with 50 or less than members will receive an award
The J.E. Chenoweth Award
 
Purpose:  To honor the Rotary Clubs that have best utilized the district participation in accomplishing the Objects of Rotary during this Rotary Year.
 
Judges:  A committee of the District Governor, District Governor Elect, and District Governor Nominee and District Governor Elect Nominee Designate.
 
Caution:  The judging is based entirely on the answers in this questionnaire and your Rotary Club Central page, so be sure answers are complete and accurate.  Answers should be brief and to the point with enough information in order for the committee to accurately evaluate your Club’s application.
 
Timeline:  Your application must be submitted to the District Governor by 5 pm August 31, 2020. The questionnaire must be signed, scanned and entered via email, with all pages included in one PDF document with the club name included in the file name.
The Award will be presented at the annual District Conference.
 
History:  D.D. Monroe, a native of Indiana, joined the Clayton, New Mexico Rotary Club in 1927.  He was elected District Governor of old District 113 in 1940.  The District included all of Colorado, a bit of New Mexico, the SW corner of Nebraska and eatern Wyoming.  At the 1947 San Francisco International Convention, D. D. Monroe was elected to the Board of Directors by Rotary International. 
 
           J. E. Chenoweth, a native of Trinidad CO., studied business & law at CO schools and universities.  He was admitted to the bar in 1925 and commenced practice in Trinidad in 1926. He was assistant district attorney for the 3rd judicial district from 1929-1933 and judge for the Las Animas County 1933-1941.  He served as Congressman from 1941-1949.  He served as District 5470’s District Governor from 1968-1969.
 
 
Revised June 2020:  DG David Wood, DGE Chip Ecks, DGN Becky Smith & DGND Sam Keven
 
APPLICATION CAN BE ACCESSED BY CLICKING ON THE OUTSTANDING ROTARY CLUB OF THE YEAR LINK IN THE  "LINKS" SECTION AT THE TOP LEFT OF THE HOME PAGE.  You must be logged in to access the application.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home Page Stories
   Do your Club Executives need any assistance
on the following ClubRunner tasks?
 
Click on Link to view the recorded one hour ClubRunner webinar for club administration or any one who wants more skills with ClubRunner!
Especially great for: Club Presidents, President-Elects and Secretaries
 
 
Topics include:
 
- How to access the District website
- How to manage your membership information (Updates, Additions, Terminations)
- How to turn on RI Integration (We will explain the differences between MyRotary.org and ClubRunner)
- How to manage Privacy Settings for Integration
- How to use the Compare & Sync took for Integration
- How to enter month end totals for attendance
 
Again, Click on the link and view this helpful recorded one hour ClubRunner webinar for club administrators!  
 
 
Happy Training District 5470!
 
 
Linda Avery, Telluride Rotary Club
District Trainer, Rotary District 5470
linda.avery60@gmail.com
970-596-4791 (c)
District 5470’s 2020/2021 Global Grant Scholar is Sarah Harper-Johnston.  She initially became involved with Rotary almost ten years ago. Sarah hails from Crested Butte, Colorado. She was a Rotary Youth Exchange Student for her junior year of high school in Denmark. In September 2020, she will be studying at Trinity College Dublin to pursue a Master of Philosophy degree in Race, Ethnicity and Conflict, with the support of Rotary International. 

Sarah owes her extensive international experience and interest in global affairs to the life changing experience in Denmark. After graduating high school, she moved to Paris, France and studied at the American University of Paris.  There she majored in Global Communications with a focus in both Film Studies and Political Communications. Sarah graduated with honors and was the Undergraduate Student President.  She then joined the Peace Corps. 

Sarah served two years in a rural town outside Yangon, Myanmar, where she volunteered as an English Teacher trainer with the Peace Corps. After completing service in March 2020, Sarah intends to pursue a M.Phil degree in Race, Ethnicity, and Conflict and focus her dissertation on the ethnic conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine State. Once completing the degree, she will seek further research in ethnic conflict and genocide prevention to move towards a career in international human rights. 

The North Colorado Springs Rotary Club is proud to be the District 5470 Home Club sponsors.  We are proud to have Sarah as our Global Grant Scholarship recipient and are excited to follow her experiences at both Trinity and at her Rotary Host Club in Dublin.  Congratulations, Sarah!!!

Kate 

 
Kate Carnahan Davis

 
District Scholarship Director, 2019-20
District 5470, Colorado USA
 
Improve your online meeting skills
Even if you’re already an expert at virtual meetings, look at the Meeting Online learning topic in the Learning Center. Meeting Online has everything you need to run a meeting smoothly and even some tools to help you master the advanced features of virtual meeting platforms. Rotary staff and members frequently add resources that cover topics like keeping members engaged virtually and training officers online. The Meeting Online topic is available in nine languages. Sign in to My Rotary and then go to Meeting Online.
Rotary International District 5470
ROTARY logo black.jpg
Criteria for Large & Small Club Award
“Outstanding Rotary Club of the Year”
 
These are the highest awards given by Rotary District 5470
to recognize truly vibrant clubs.
 
One club with 51 or more members will receive an award
 The D.D. Monroe Award
One club with 50 or less than members will receive an award
The J.E. Chenoweth Award
 
Purpose:  To honor the Rotary Clubs that have best utilized the district participation in accomplishing the Objects of Rotary during this Rotary Year.
 
Judges:  A committee of the District Governor, District Governor Elect, and District Governor Nominee and District Governor Elect Nominee Designate.
 
Caution:  The judging is based entirely on the answers in this questionnaire and your Rotary Club Central page, so be sure answers are complete and accurate.  Answers should be brief and to the point with enough information in order for the committee to accurately evaluate your Club’s application.
 
Timeline:  Your application must be submitted to the District Governor by 5 pm August 31, 2020. The questionnaire must be signed, scanned and entered via email, with all pages included in one PDF document with the club name included in the file name.
The Award will be presented at the annual District Conference.
 
History:  D.D. Monroe, a native of Indiana, joined the Clayton, New Mexico Rotary Club in 1927.  He was elected District Governor of old District 113 in 1940.  The District included all of Colorado, a bit of New Mexico, the SW corner of Nebraska and eatern Wyoming.  At the 1947 San Francisco International Convention, D. D. Monroe was elected to the Board of Directors by Rotary International. 
 
           J. E. Chenoweth, a native of Trinidad CO., studied business & law at CO schools and universities.  He was admitted to the bar in 1925 and commenced practice in Trinidad in 1926. He was assistant district attorney for the 3rd judicial district from 1929-1933 and judge for the Las Animas County 1933-1941.  He served as Congressman from 1941-1949.  He served as District 5470’s District Governor from 1968-1969.
 
 
Revised June 2020:  DG David Wood, DGE Chip Ecks, DGN Becky Smith & DGND Sam Keven
 
APPLICATION CAN BE ACCESSED BY CLICKING ON THE OUTSTANDING ROTARY CLUB OF THE YEAR LINK IN THE  "LINKS" SECTION AT THE TOP LEFT OF THE HOME PAGE.  You must be logged in to access the application.