This annual event is
a way for D5930 Rotarians to network
with Rotarians & discuss & share ideas.
 
Discover the Rotary connection between membership, public image, and service &
how leveraging that connection can make
a difference for your club.
 
September 21
TAMU-Kingsville
8 am-3:30 pm
 
Registration will open soon
Hotel Information
La Quinta Inn - (361) 592-3000
2151 S Hwy 77, Kingsville, TX 78363
Newer hotel:  Block of 10 rooms; $111 (total with tax) under the name Rotary to be paid and reserved by the individuals; must reserve by Aug. 25 to get group rate
Check in Friday, Sep. 20;  check out Saturday, Sep. 21
 
Registrations must be paid in advance and with a credit card.
New Dates
Click the name & date to Register
Cost: $50 for each part, includes continental breakfast and lunch
Space is limited - sign up early
 
Locations vary - check the registration
Parts 1, 2, and 3 must be taken taken in order.
Parts 1, 2, and 3 must be taken before Facilitator.
 
RYLA 2020
January 31-February 2, 2020
at Camp Zephyr.
Rotarians can personally sponsor HS sophomore or junior students they know that qualify for this leadership training weekend.
Cost is $300 per camper inclusive of room and board.
Applications must be submitted by December 9, 2019.
 
See Christine Wisian 361-779-6190 or Jim Villaume 361-688-1987 or visit http://www.rotarycc.com/youth-service/ryla/ for qualifications and application form.
August - Membership & Extension Month
Membership and New Club Development Month, a time to focus on Rotary's continuing need for growth, to seek new members and form new clubs.
  • Update your classifications list and circulate among members and accordingly fill up the missing
  • Educate members about membership Procedure
  • Induct New Members
  • Consider inviting Local Personalities to be Inducted as Honorary Members
  • Organize Seminar on Club level & a Public meeting inviting non-Rotary friends and Rotary Alumni to emphasis Advantages of Joining Rotary
 

WELCOME TO DISTRICT 5930

South Texas Rotary District 5930 is made up of close to 2,000 members, from 50 clubs, within the southern tip of Texas. We meet regularly to not only form bonds and friendships, but we also strive to improve lives locally and around the world.