Welcome to the website for Rotary International Zones 33-34 encompassing 29 districts in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern United States, the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, French Guiana, Guyana, and Suriname. There are 26 countries and regions represented in Zones 33-34. Our Rotarians speak English, French, Dutch and Spanish as primary languages. The Zone Map found under the Zone Information tab shows the districts, states, countries, and regions of Zones 33-34.
Rotarian Joe Mulkerrin of the Rotary Club of Hampton Roads, Norfolk, VA in District 7600 is the Director representing Zones 33-34 on the Rotary International Board of Directors for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 Rotary years.
You can contact Director Joe with any questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit the tabs and pages on this website for more information on Rotary Zones 33-34.
The Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center will have its 14th Annual Rotary Spring Conference on April 1, 2017. The theme this year is "Bridging Divides". Class XIV Rotary Peace Fellows will be presenting their research, sharing examples of hope, peace-making and positive change from every corner of the earth.
The conference will take place at the FedEx Global Education Center on UNC-Chapel Hill's campus, from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
Parking will be available for free in the McCauley Parking Deck, located underneath the FedEx Global Education Center. The entrance to the deck is on Pharmacy Lane, and you can take the elevator from parking straight to registration on the first floor.
Please visit the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center’s website for more information. http://rotarypeacecenternc.org/events-publications/spring-2017-conference/
Rotary Club Central?
Rotary Club Central, an online tool to help club and district leaders set and track goals, launched last week. It gives Rotary a better way to measure the impact Rotarians are making worldwide.
The new tool empowers club and district leaders to monitor club progress and achievements in three key performance areas: membership initiatives, service activities, and Rotary Foundation giving.
Rotary Club Central includes charts that track membership retention and Annual Fund giving over the past five years. District leaders can view a summary of club progress.
Club leaders can access Club Central on the "My Rotary" page on the RI website at www.rotary.org.
Rotary Showcase allows Rotarians to tell the story of a club or district service project online. The social-media-inspired application, unveiled at the RI convention in May, lets users upload text, photos, and video, and share it all through social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
When you use Rotary Showcase, potential partners, prospective members, and supporters will learn about your club’s successes. And when you add information such as the amount of money raised, the value of in-kind donations, and the number of volunteer hours, you’ll also help Rotary International to measure the global impact of all Rotary projects to promote our organization’s positive efforts around the world. You can view projects at www.rotary.org/showcase as well as add your club or district project to Rotary Showcase.