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Upcoming Events

Rotary Peace Conference
University of Michigan
Mar 31, 2017 8:30 AM –
Apr 01, 2017 3:30 PM
D6290 Youth Exchange Spring Conference
Kettunen Center
Apr 07, 2017 – Apr 09, 2017
Live Grant Management Seminar May 4th
Crystal Mountain
May 04, 2017
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
2017 District Conference
Crystal Mountain Resort
May 04, 2017 1:00 PM –
May 06, 2017 2:00 PM
Celebrate 100 Years of the Rotary Foundaton Gala
Crystal Mountain Resort
May 05, 2017 6:00 PM
Rotary International Convention - Atlanta Georgia
Georgia World Congress Center - Building C
Jun 10, 2017 – Jun 14, 2017
Central States Youth Exchange Summer Conference
Calvin College
Jul 14, 2017 – Jul 16, 2017

Happy March Anniversary

Club Name
# of Yrs
East Jordan March 3, 1939 77
Grayling March 5, 1972 44
Benzie Sunrise March 8, 2000 16
Coopersville March 10, 1947 69
Baldwin March 13, 1950 66
Kalkaska March 13, 1956 60
Sparta March 19, 1937 79
Mancelona March 31, 1989 27
Bill Gates to keynote convention


Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, will speak at this year’s Rotary International Convention June 10-14 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The convention is expected to attract 40,000 Rotary club members from over 160 countries, and inject an estimated $52.3 million into Atlanta’s economy.

Over 70 District 6290 Rotarians, family and friends are planning to attend. Registration fee increases March 31st. Current fees are:

  • Rotarian/Guest age 19+: $415
  • Rotaractor: $100
  • Interactor/Exchange Student/Guest age 5-18: $10
If you are already attending:
Join the Zones 28 & 29 Atlanta Convention Facebook Group at
This is a “closed” group meaning that only Zones 28 & 29 Rotarians can join. Only members can post, comment, chat with each other, schedule events, share docs and more. It’s a great way to ask questions, let friends know your travel plans and your hotel or make plans to get together. You can post a District gathering or look for a roommate. Send a request to join TODAY!

Celebrate World Water Day

Did you know that 1 person in 9 worldwide doesn’t have access to safe drinking water?
In March, Rotary will focus on how we can improve lives by increasing access to clean water. To honor World Water Day, 22 March, Rotary International will have a special message for donors, highlighting grants dedicated to improving health through clean water and improved sanitation.
Learn more and see how Rotary is making a difference.
Pure Water for the World Acquires Safe Water Team

ith a goal of expanding access to safe drinking water to underserved children and families in the developing world, Pure Water for the World, Inc. announced (on February 3, 2017) the acquisition of Michigan-based nonprofit, Safe Water Team.

Safe Water Team (SWT) was established in 2009 to help families living in underdeveloped regions receive access to clean water through the use of the Hydraid biosand water filter. SWT, started by Rotarians and businessmen in the Grand Rapids area, was founded on the belief that corporations have a social responsibility to act to the benefit of a greater society.

SWT established itself as a network of Hydraid filter distributors, with a business model of setting up distribution centers in various countries to sell Hydraid filters to local organizations for implementation. Over seven years, SWT created distribution centers in Haiti, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Ghana and Kenya.

Working in collaboration with Hydraid filter manufacturer, Cascade Engineering, based in Grand Rapids, members of SWT helped to make today’s version of the plastic biosand filter a reality.


2017 Rotary Peace Conference coming to Ann Arbor!

I want to draw your attention today to an incredible opportunity for Rotarians (and non-Rotarians) in your district. Please join RI President John Germ and a host of world-class speakers at the 2017 Rotary World Peace Conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan this March 31st and April 1st. I'm especially excited to hear from famed economist Jeffrey Sachs, a leader in sustainable development and a UN Advisor. The NY Times has twice named him “the most important economist in the world”.
Also, Nobel Laureate Jody Williams, Peace Corp Director, Carrie Hessler-Radelet and Bobby Ghosh the Editor-in-Chief of the Hindustan Times. Previously, he was a Global News Analyst on CNN and worked for 16-years at TIME International. These are just a few of the incredible people you will meet.
There are limited seats so please share this with your district teams so they don’t miss this opportunity. As you know these types of events don’t happen in your own backyard very often.
The fee for the 2-day conference is $150, which includes lunches both days. 
[RI Director and Vice President Jennifer Jones]

Visit the Event Website
Download the Conference Brochure
ownload a Club Presentation

Explore Sponsorship Opportunities

Invite DGE Ed Swart to speak to your club about this outstanding upcoming event.

Join us at DisCon17

Our 2017 District Conference is just around the corner - May 4 - 6 at Crystal Mountain Resort. 

Top 5 Reasons to Attend?

#5 - Hospitality Suite - What happens at DisCon stays at DisCon :-) In all seriousness, it's a great chance to connect for some fun and you'll make some new friends!

#4 - Foundation Celebration - We're going to celebrate 100 Years of Rotary Foundation Magic at an awesome gala you won't want to miss.

#3 - Networking - You will meet Rotarian's from other clubs who have fabulous ideas to share

#2 - Inspiration - Our amazing speakers will spark new ideas that will blaze a path for success

#1 - Fun - Because it is always a blast to connect with fellow Rotarians

Check out all the details at the District Conference site.

Register now!

Accommodations at Crystal Mountain must be reserved by April 4th and Conference Registrations are due April 21st.

Online Grant Management Seminars are here!

We’re excited to introduce a convenient way to complete the Foundation Grant Management Seminar—a required program for clubs interested in applying for Foundation Matching Grants in 2017- 2018.

An on-line, on-demand course is now available at the Rotary Learning Center at It comes in three, 30-45 minute modules. You can take part of it, save your work, and return later to do some more. Each module includes downloadable materials, a video and brief quiz. All three modules must be completed for the course to be completed successfully. Learn more.

For those that prefer a live, in-person program join us on Thursday, May 4, from 1 – 3 pm at the District Conference at Crystal Mountain Resort in Thompsonville, Michigan. Please register here so we know how many people will participate. This is the only time this year when we’ll offer the ‘live’ version.

You need only do EITHER the ON-LINE or the LIVE version by July 1, 2017. You do NOT need to do both.

Confessions of a Membership Nerd

Hello, Rotary District 6290!
I am so excited to be visiting your district again—this time in-person! I know the last time we crossed paths I was sharing some pie charts about Membership actions via Skype, and although it was a fun moment to drop into your district conference virtually, this time around I’ll get to meet all of you face-to-face.
On Friday of the conference I’ll be sharing with you my Confessions of a Membership Nerd program that chronicles a twelve-year decent into the hidden corners of Rotary Membership and discovering that our biggest obstacles are secret, subtle, and yet very powerful. Not to worry, I will also be sharing the unorthodox solutions that presented themselves in that journey as well. 
For those of you that have not yet registered for the conference, perhaps the following FAQs about Confessions of a Membership Nerd will help you decide:

It's the Social Event of the Year!

Celebration, Recognition, Profit and Fun have been the guiding spirits for planning this event.
The theme, “100 Years of Rotary Magic” will be the basis of a fun-filled celebration you will not want to miss.
Click on the above image for a fun preview of this fabulous event.

Don't get caught up in spring break!

Our Rotary Life Leadership Conference is filling fast!  90 conference slots are already spoken for out of 156 available. 
With Spring Break upon us,  March is the best month to finalize interviews and applications. 
The application deadline is May 1 this year, so please make sure you are prepared.
If you have not sent in your estimated student count for this year, please do so today to John Noling, District LLC Chair at or call 231 670 3740
Thank you Rotarians for your work to prepare New Generations for Rotary Service Above Self!
Key Recruiting Resources:

Help Your Club Achieve Presidential & DG Citation Award

ONLINE TOOL ADOPTION - Presidential Citation

Goal: Post at least one initiative in Rotary Showcase.
Why Does This Matter?: Rotary Showcase is a tremendous searchable database of successful club projects from around the world. It helps document the Rotary impact, including both volunteer hours and financial support. Clubs that use this in normal course of business have an easy way to report on their impact to their community partners, and also in funding requests from other sources. See related article in this newsletter.

HUMANITARIAN SERVICE - District Governor Citation

Goal: Have at least two club members attend a grant management seminar, regardless of club size
Why Does This Matter?: If your club has any intention of applying for a Rotary Foundation Matching Grant next year, completing this seminar is one of the eligibility requirements. The good news is you've never had greater flexibility in achieving this goal and it's absolutely achievable by April 1st. See related article in this newsletter about our new on-demand, online Grant Management Seminar program.

Reminder: District Governor Citation submission deadline is April 1st.

Don't forget that all activities related to the Presidential Citation Award must be submitted via Rotary Club Central by June 30th.

What a Fun Rotary International President!

Rotary International President John Germ was game enough to slip on the limited edition I heart Big Rapids Rotary tee shirt sent to him by ‘that Club in Big Rapids.’ Membership from BR sends a great big ‘Thank You’ to President Germ for being such a great sport!
[Editorial Note: Have you noticed how technology has helped connect Rotary leadership with its members? Live stream events, including Facebook Live 'shorts' covering breaking news and important updates. If you see any of these events announced via social media channels, try to tune in at least once. Watching live comments flow in from all points around the globe is inspiring.

Showcase your projects

Rotary Showcase is a searchable database of club projects throughout the world. It's a great resource to get fantastic ideas while also understanding what it took to make it happen!
How did one club use this to increase member engagement while also introducing them to Rotary's online resources?
"Our club holds meetings during which we finalize content and update  Rotary Showcase with project updates. This is a hands on meeting with smartphones, tablets etc. and participating members contribute details. All attending are able to pull up the updated project on their smart phones. The link is send to members who could not attend. This has increased member involvement." -- taken from Rotary's "Membership Best Practices" Discussion Group

Presentation for prospective members

The new Discover Rotary PowerPoint presentation is now available. It provides an overview of Rotary, including our values, history, and the benefits of membership. Rotarians can add club-specific images and information to the presentation, which also comes with speaker notes. It can be helpful to anyone holding prospective member events, hosting prospective members at a meeting, or presenting to an audience of community members.
Does your club have a current club-specific brochure? This editable brochure is ideal for showcasing your club’s projects and distinctive personality while introducing Rotary. Edit text, upload photos, or choose from the images provided. Distribute printed club brochures to prospective members at events and guests who attend your meetings. Find this great resource in the Brand Center at

Top of Michigan Clubs Band Together

Left to Right - Beth Simmons (President Petoskey Sunrise); Gary Voisin (Secretary Cheboygan);  David Thomas ( AG Top-of-Michigan); Kent Cartwright (President Petoskey Noon); Kent Warner (President Petoskey Sunset), and Chuck Baase (President Elect Cheboygan). Not Pictured Jon VanWagnen (President Charlevoix)
On February 14 Top-of-Michigan Clubs celebrated Valentine's day by being hosted by the Petoskey Sunrise Club. The program for the day was a round robin report from each club of some of their most recent doings and shenanigans (Spring and St. Patty's day are right around the corner). AG Thomas then did a presentation of Polio Plus status.
All 5 clubs raised $600 to give to the Cheboygan club for much needed maintenance and upkeep costs on the Iron Lung trailer. Cheboygan has been the custodian and keeper of this important reminder of the enemy we are on the verge of defeating. "We're This Close". Current Presidents of the Top-of-Michigan clubs present the check to Gary Voisin, Cheboygan Secretary.

Rotary Leadership Institute

Muskegon Rotarian Orville Crain at recent RLI session in Indiana.
President Nominees that attend Great Lakes P.E.T.S. (President-Elect Training Seminar) complete the first track of Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI), a 3-track leadership development program that is well worth your investment of time! In fact, some RLI participants receive professional credit for their participation in RLI - pretty impressive.
District 6290 participates in RLI as part of the Great Lakes Division and as a result, these programs aren't always within our geographic reach. We've learned that on April 8th a neighboring division of Rotary Leadership Institute is offering all three parts in Lapeer, MI. There is also an institute scheduled for July 15th in Ann Arbor.
If you are interested in more details please contact: PDG Renée Merchant, Chairman, RLI Great Lakes Division
Cell: 313-949-2658

Double Your Membership In Six Months: 10 Lessons from a Rotary Club Pilot

How can membership and volunteer-based organizations such as service clubs grow? This e-book answers this question by documenting the experience of the Rotary Club of Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. In just six months the club doubled its membership.
The experience of the club suggests that it is a good idea for membership and volunteer-based organizations to (1) Plan strategically; (2) Reduce meetings and increase their service work; (3) Improve service opportunities; (4) Reduce membership costs; (5) Partner with local nonprofits; (6) Invest in their public image; (7) Tap their members’ networks; (8) Apply for funding; (9) Set targets and monitor progress; and finally (10) Ensure leadership and enjoy their luck! 

New Resources

Equip your club with a new resource to promote Rotary’s values, history, and membership benefits. Download the Discover Rotary PowerPoint presentation from the Membership page of My Rotary. Use this PowerPoint to introduce Rotary to the public, including prospective member members.

In Discover Rotary, you can add slides with information and images that reflect your club. Also, you can combine your presentation with your club brochure and a Prospective Member brochure, which is available at Rotary's shop.
In the Rotary Brand Center you can also create your own club brochure. Significant enhancements have been made to this resource--most notably, clubs can now customize and personalize the brochure by uploading their own images, as well as text.

Continue connections through Fellowships

The International Travel and Hosting Fellowship is the perfect group to connect with others who share your passion for regional, national, and international travel. Rotarian Tilak Thapa Magar of Nepal reached out to the fellowship to plan an upcoming trip to the United States and to his surprise, received an overwhelming response of invitations to visit with fellowship members. Find out how Tilak’s experience with the International Travel and Hosting Fellowship introduced him to new friends and strengthened his appreciation in the goodness found in Rotary.

Learn more about Rotary Fellowships

Upcoming Rotary Webinars

Through a series of webinars, you can learn more about My Rotary's different tools.  To register for a webinar, click or tap a title.
  • Getting the most from Data Integration and Club Management System
    Wednesday, 8 March, 10:00 am, Chicago time (UTC-6)
    We'll cover the basics of entering data in your Club Management System and ensure that is it linked successfully to the RI database. This will allow your club to spend less time on administrative tasks and receive an accurate club invoice for Rotary International dues and fees. 
  • Getting the most from Discussion Groups, Rotary Ideas, and Rotary Showcase Tuesday, 14 March, 10:00 am, Chicago time (UTC-6)
    We'll review the basics of these online tools and how they relate to one another. You'll also learn how to use them to enhance your club's service project, from inception, planning, execution, and promoting its success.
  • Introduction to the Grant Center Wednesday, 5 April 10:00 am, Chicago time (UTC-6)
    In this webinar we will introduce you to the new Grant Center which features both a new look and a streamlined grant application.

7 steps to increase your club’s Facebook presence

A Facebook page gives your club a voice on Facebook. With so much other “noise” on social media, there are several things you can do to raise your club’s page above the distractions.

  1. ​​​​​​​Make good use of visuals
  2. Post regularly
  3. Encourage club members to LIKE and SHARE posts from your club Facebook Page
  4. Your Facebook page can become a source for donations
  5. Tag other businesses and organizations you work with
  6. Have more than one person as a page admin
  7. Use Milestones
Read Melissa Ward’s blog post for more info on these practical tips

Youth Exchange Goes Up North!

Wawa was the site of the Great North Rotary Youth Exchange Conference. It took longer to arrive than usual due to the weather but the bus load of international students finally rolled in Friday morning and due to great planning everything was going on schedule by lunch time.

Outbound Students had been informed the night before of their placements next year and were ready to take on the challenge of preparing their year away, inbound students had the opportunity to meet up with friends again and experience the "True White North"

Special speaker programs were run on Friday morning followed by a catered Indian Taco Lunch held at Michipicoten High School.

School visitations followed as Exchangers met the staff and students of the High School in assembly then the inbounds broke out into groups to visit all the elementary schools to talk with students about their countries and why Youth Exchange has changed their lives.

Over 70 volunteers are heading to El Salvador

It is heartwarming to know and later to see our Rotary Interactors coming together from throughout the southern 2/3rds of our District to work on a huge international service project.  It is our plan to build no less than 5 and hopefully 8 multigenerational homes for 8 multigenerational families in the mountain region of El Salvador. During this trip, there will be cultural events and other non-building events such as:  climbing a volcano, visiting Mayan Ruins, Swimming at a volcanic beach, and socializing with orphans at Jehovah Jiarah.
This will be the largest service group to assemble that is spearheaded by our district in quite some time. There will be 49 Students and 25 Chaperones. Where are they from?

Youth Programs in Action - February '17

Benzie Sunrise gave Service Above Self recognition to Benzie Central Middle School student Reeve Katt. In addition to being in the Interact Club, Reeve is on Student Council and is active at everything from power lifting to choir.
Benzie Central Senior Olivia Brian was recognized for her Service Above Self. A member of Key Club, National Honor Society and Student Council, Olivia also has volunteered throughout the county and has been All-State in both Cross Country and Track.
Our D6290 Inbound and Outbound Exchange Students had a fabulous time at the annual Winter Conference in Ontario.
Gaylord Rotary Club volunteers were building a home for the family in some of these pictures in a barrio by Los Alcarrizos, Dominican Republic. We have 26 students and 8 adults on the trip.
Rotary Club of Grandville-Jenison recognized the finalists of the Rotary 4-Way Test Oratory Contest! These 7th graders from Grandville Middle School are our future...and hopefully future Rotarians!
Frankfort High senior Coda Mix reported on her year in Greenland as an exchange student jointly sponsored by the Frankfort and Benzie Sunrise Rotary Clubs. She remains in touch with friends she made in Greenland but misses the northern lights that were almost a nightly phenomenon there.
In just one week, Lowell's Cherry Creek Elementary School students raised enough money to fund TWENTY-TWO water filters!! That's $2,200!! Several classrooms set and then met goals for their fundraising. These classrooms will send a label to go on a filter to honor their efforts.

At Rotary Sault Ste Marie, ON we give high school students from all over the world the opportunity to jump into the frozen St. Mary's river (this project is more formally and accurately know as "Rotary Youth Exchange")

Enjoy these pictures of this year's Rotary Youth Exchange Students (some never having seen snow before arriving in Canada) as they take part in Bon Soo's Polar Bear Swim.

Photos from Sault Online article

6th Grade Four Way Test Essay Contest Winners were honored today at Sault Ste Marie, Michigan Rotary. Students wrote about how they felt the Four Way Test could be applied in their life. From left to right: Third place, Marley Kahle; Second place, Gaby Jurvelin; and contest winner Asa Frush.
Elk Rapids Rotarian Gary Chenoweth was 'on the road' with representatives of the Elk Rapids Interact Club for a visit to Traverse Bay Sunrise Rotary - talking about all the fabulous things the Interact students are involved with.


Petoskey Sunrise President Beth Simmons has her club considering trumping Early Act with a new membership campaign called "Baby Act" as two of her club members show off new family members.

Charitable IRA Gift Tax Benefits

For those age 70½ and older, it is now possible to make tax-free charitable gifts directly from Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs). This giving option had been available at times in the past and was made permanent in December 2015.

If you have a traditional IRA, you can now make gifts directly to The Rotary Foundation using funds that might otherwise be taxed when withdrawn. You may choose to make charitable gifts directly from an IRA up to a total of $100,000 per person, per year.

By giving directly from your IRA, you also won’t increase your adjusted gross income or possibly subject your Social Security to a higher level of taxation. Another advantage: Your gift will count toward your Required Minimum Distribution and you can avoid taxes on income while you help Rotary improve communities around the world.

Centennial corner: promotional resources

The Rotary Foundation centennial site features new documents on its Promotional Resources page:
  • The Rotary Foundation Centennial brochure
  • The Rotary Foundation Centennial timeline
  • The Rotary Foundation Centennial overview presentation 
​​​​​​​Team up with neighboring clubs! These tools, along with the centennial promotion kit, can help you celebrate the Foundation’s 100th anniversary in your communities.

Honoring Rotary Foundation Supporters in February '17

Past District Governor Al Bonney presented Cedar Springs Rotarian Carolyn Davis her Paul Harris Plus 2 pin.
Holland Rotarian Russ Miller recognized Gary Bogle as a Paul Harris Fellow (+4).

We Saw You On Facebook February '17

Gaylord Rotary Treasurer James Camiller awards a $4000.00 check to Larry Edwards of the OWLS and our school superintendent, Brian Pearson, for renovations to the outdoor classroom at Gaylord Middle School.
Hart Rotary supports local charity Step by Step to help teenagers at risk of homelessness.
Every other month Zeeland Rotary provides volunteers (pictured is member Gary Ellens) to assist with the set up and take down for the American Red Cross Blood drive at First Baptist Church in Zeeland. 
Big Rapids Rotary Club had a very enjoyable visit from our Congressman John Moolenaar recently. The Congressman brought us up to speed on his district and the happenings of Washington DC.
Shelby and Hart Rotarians had lunch at the Career day at Shelby High School and helped juniors from the county look at colleges and careers.
In hat: John Slater feeds his 18-month old son Dylen delicious spaghetti during the 65th annual Rotary Club of Petoskey Spaghetti Dinner as his children Olivia, 9, (left) and Lamden, 10, photo bomb the picture.

The Kalkaska Rotary Club held its annual Rotarian of the Year Dinner. A grand evening of music and fun was had by all in attendance. Special thanks to the Kalkaska High School Jazz Band for their amazing set, and to Autumn Rhoades for lending us her voice in song.

We took great joy in awarding Rotarian Colette Pierce of American Waste as our Rotarian of the Year! Her consistent, exuberant spirit of helpfulness and generosity along with her love for her community and willingness to volunteer made her the clear winner. 

Thank you, Colette for all you do for our club, community, and those around the world as well!

[L-R: Melinda Mills, Roger Boyer, Landon Odom]
Eighty-seven riders snowmobiled on behalf of Easter Seals kids as part of Sault Ste. Marie, ONT Rotary's Snowarama for Easter Seals Kids 2017. Locally, riders raised $22,700 in pledges to help children and youth with physical disabilities.
President Jason and the First Lady at the final Sweetheart Splash. Both represented the Rockford Rotary well and handled the cold water like professionals. A good time for great causes.
About 50 Muskegon Rotarians got together at International Aid to package hygiene kits to be sent out to an Indian Reservation. We took a break halfway through and had pizza. In less than 2 hours we packaged thousands of kits.
Our shirts say, I AM ... changing lives all around the world.
Rotary Club of Traverse City at Traverse City High School Career Day.

Zone realignment impacts D6290

At its January 2017 meeting, the Rotary International Board of Directors adopted a new zone structure for Rotary clubs. Rotary bylaws require the Board to complete a comprehensive review of the 34 Rotary zones no less often than every eight years to ensure that each zone has an approximately equal number of Rotarians.

We have 34 Zones in the world. The areas of India, Africa and Asia are seeing continued growth while North America, Australia and Europe continue to see a decline. And while the rate of decline in North America has reduced in the past five or so years it is still going down. The task of the Zoning Committee was to reduce North America by two Zones and create two additional zones in the under-represented areas of India, Africa Asia.

As a result of this new zone structure and effective 2020, District 6290  will become part of the new Zone 26 which includes all of Canada, Eastern Russia, Alaska, Maine and parts of New York and Washington states!

View RI Director Jennifer Jones webinar providing background on this decision

Global Polio Eradication At-A-Glance Feb 17
Wild poliovirus type 1 and Circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus cases
Countries Year-to-date 2017 YTD 2016 Total in 2016 Onset of paralysis of  
most  recent case
Afghanistan 2 0 13
Nigeria 0 0 4 20-Aug-16
Pakistan 1 5 20 27-Jan-2017


Polio this week as of March 1, 2017


Keep Reading for an Endemic Country Summary
(as of March 1, 2017 )


Feburary '17 Membership and Foundation Giving

* All numbers reported through February 28, 2017

Monthly Newsletter Deadlines

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