In this season of JOY and PEACE, we THANK YOU Rotarians!
District 5470 Operational Manager Job Announcement!
Position Type: Independent Contractor
Compensation: $1,500-$1,800 per month, depending on qualifications and experience. Additional compensation for assistance and attendance at in-person District Conferences, PETS, and Assemblies will be available as part of the contract.
Timeframe: Initial contract will be for three (3) months with the opportunity for the contract to be extended if it is a good fit for both parties.
To Apply: Please send a copy of the application, your resume, letter of interest, and references to: District Governor Nominee Sam Kevan at Please use the Subject Line- District 5470 Operations Manager Application and your Last Name. 
Applications DUE NO LATER THAN November 30th, 2020
The Russia - USA Intercountry Rotary Committee is looking for volunteers!
By action of the Rotary District 5470 Board of Directors, the District is now a member of the U.S.-Russia Intercountry Committee.  This enables members and clubs to participate in this great Rotary community. What is an “intercountry committee”? An intercountry committee (ICC) promotes contact between districts and clubs in two or more countries and increases fellowship and intercultural understanding among the people of various nations.  ICC’s operate under the Rotary Manual of Procedures.
In the more than 28 years of Rotary in Russian, including 11 years of the U.S.-Russia ICC, well over $1M in more than 30 District and Global grants have been completed. As the new year starts, there are over 23 active U.S. Districts and many more clubs and supporters. Russia is “one district” covering 11 time zones.  There are 74 clubs and 2 e-clubs from eastern Europe to the Pacific Ocean.
The U.S. Russia ICC supports intercountry friendship exchanges, youth exchanges, Watch & Learn internships, joint medical projects, Peace poles/park benches, humanitarian projects and collaboration with other organizations. The ICC conducts monthly digital meeting on the 4th Thursday of the month that are open to interested parties. 
The Board of Directors of District 5470 has designated George Small, PDG, the District Coordinator and makes all clubs and Rotarians, participants in this extension of Rotary.  George is an ICC Board Member and Secretary of the ICC. Information of meetings and activities will be posted on Facebook and the D5470 website. If you have a particular interest, as an individual or club, please contact George Small, PDG at or 719-429-6580.

November 1st, 2020

As Pam and I wrap up our ninth week of travels around our district, we have seen so many beautiful parts of our great state and met so many incredibly special Rotarians.  From the eastern plains, where we wondered what the pioneers must have thought as they moved west, and then saw the Rocky Mountains, to the mountains themselves rising above the plains to the heavens above, and then to the magnificent plateaus and mesas of the western slope, all contained within our Rotary District, and all filled with Rotarians who believe whole heartedly in Service Above Self.  

It has been so heartwarming to visit with Rotarians that have been so instrumental to the well being of their communities through the myriad of programs designed to make life in their communities so much better.  Whether their programs help the local community or connect the world through peace and understanding, the dedication displayed by Rotarians and their clubs was utterly amazing and uplifting.  To all our new Rotarian friends, and to the wide variety of Rotary Clubs we have visited, thank you!   Please stay safe, stay healthy, and stay Rotary Strong!

Yours in Rotary Service,
Governor, Rotary District 5470
Colorado Springs Club President Interviewed for World Wide Discussion on Accountability and Inclusion
Colorado Springs Club President Rodney Gullatte. JR. took part in a Rotary International Panel of Rotarians to discuss how Rotary can be a more accountable and inclusive organization!  This interview had world wide viewers and we salute President Gullatte's service and excellence in representing our District, the United States and Rotary so nobly.