Year Ahead 2019-20 sessions
To register, click on the location where you would prefer to attend:
March 16: Lower Mainland, Mayfair Lakes Golf & Country Club, 5460 Number 7 Rd, Richmond
March 30: Sunshine Coast, Driftwood Inn, 5454 Trail Ave, Sechelt
April  6: Terrace, Board Room, School District 82 Board of Education, 3211 Kenny Street, Terrace
April 13: Prince George, Caledonia Nordic Ski Club, 8141 Otway Road, Prince George
April 27: Williams Lake, Child Development Centre - Autism Centre
690 - 2nd Ave North, Williams Lake
 
Your Foundation - putting it to work for you
To register, click on the location where you would prefer to attend:
March 17: Lower Mainland, Mayfair Lakes Golf & Country Club, 5460 Number 7 Rd, Richmond
March 31: Sunshine Coast, Driftwood Inn, 5454 Trail Ave, Sechelt
April  7: Terrace, Board Room, School District 82 Board of Education, 3211 Kenny Street, Terrace, BC
April 14: Prince George, Caledonia Nordic Ski Club, 8141 Otway Road, Prince George
April 28: Williams Lake, Child Development Centre - Autism Centre
690 - 2nd Ave North, Williams Lake
 
 
 
 
 
Club leaders and members attending Our Year Ahead 2019-20 will get so much more out of their Rotary experience in fellowship, service projects and leadership.
 
Our Year Ahead is a chance to network with members from other clubs, build teamwork among your fellow club members and leaders and with District leaders there to support you in achieving best club performance and greatest satisfaction for you as a Rotarian.
 
Who should attend? Incoming club officers, committee members, new members, other interested members, even potential members.
 
To register, for just $40, lunch included, just click on the region where you would prefer to attend this session and pass along the message to others.
 
For more information contact our District Trainer, Drew Antrobus, Dantrobus100@gmail.com 604-349-2112.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Learn more about The Rotary Foundation, which enables much of what we do in Rotary, in our communities and around the world, at “The Rotary Foundation – putting it to work for you” (formerly known as Grant Management Seminar).
 
Learn more about global grants as well as district grants which can support projects in your community, with plenty of freedom to customize, such as community improvement, humanitarian projects making life better for those in need including service travel and disaster recovery, school meals, scholarships, youth programs, vocational training teams and much more.
 
For a club to be eligible to receive a Rotary Foundation District Grant or a Global Grant in this Rotary year of 2019-20 attendance by at least one club member -- two recommended -- is required at one of the following seminars.
 
For just $40, lunch included, as many members as your club can send are welcome, but recommended attenders are your club’s President-Elect (incoming President) and the club’s Rotary Foundation chair or member(s) who would apply for District and/or Global Grants. Check to see if your club will pay for your registration.
 
For more information contact our District Trainer, Drew Antrobus, Dantrobus100@gmail.com 604-349-2112.