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Hello Rotarians! 

Not sure what to expect at Convention?  A lot of Convention is Break out sessions...

Saturday, 6 June and Monday-Wednesday, 8-10 June Breakout sessions are your opportunity to explore the topics that interest you. Polish your leadership skills and get inspired with new ideas for projects, fundraising, strengthening membership, and more.

Here are some topics you’ll find in Honolulu:

  • Learn how to tell your story on and offline.
  • How to Grow Rotary with inclusive clubs and innovative engagement strategies.
  • Engage young professionals and connect with Rotaract.
  • Build bigger and better sustainable projects and grants.
  • Participate in conversations about the end of polio and the future of Rotary.

View the preliminary list of nearly 70 breakout sessions.

As a reminder, seating at breakout sessions is on a first-come, first-served basis and there is no advance registration.

 
 
Rotary Club of Gunnison Annual
‘Service Above Self’ Dinner
Each year the Rotary Club of Gunnison honors one community member and one high school student with the ‘Hal Yale Service Above Self’ award. This award is named in honor of Hal Yale a 50 year plus member of The Rotary Club of Gunnison.
               Steve Williams and Sammy Vickers were the two honorees at the annual banquet, held at the Western Colorado University Ballroom.
               Steve Williams a third generation Gunnison Basin native, has more than 50 years of local volunteer service, including with the Gunnison Volunteer Fire Department, Cattlemen’s Days and many other organizations – as well as his four-decade career with Gunnison Savings and Loan.
               Vickers is also a multi-generational native of this area with deep family ties to Lake City area. He’s a high school senior who is well known for his leading roles in local theater productions. He’s also served on student council for four years, is this year’s senior class president and was honored as Homecoming King this past fall. They are picture here with longtime local Rotarian Hal Yale (middle) for whom the honor is named. Approximately 150 attendees filled the ballroom. Some came up to members and asked about Joining Rotary.