Sunday, June 5, 2016

RLI Summer Meeting with Steve Miller Band

RLI Summer Meeting registration is now open for event dates Friday, July 15, 2016 beginning at 1:00pm through Sunday, July 17, 2016 in the Raleigh-Cary NC area. The event is for New Faculty and Existing Faculty and New and Existing Staff. The venues will include the Doubletree Raleigh Cary, Wake Tech West (Saturday), Friday night included dinner at Tony's Oyster Bar, and legendary RLI Socials!  

Special entertainment (optional) will be the Steve Miller Band on Saturday night.

See the Division & Faculty Meetings Page for more information. Register Now!

Monday, May 2, 2016

Register Now - RLI Breakfast at Seoul RI Convention

ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE 
ANNUAL BREAKFAST MEETING
SEOUL, KOREA

Join RLI at its Annual Convention Breakfast on
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
The MVL Hotel Goyang 
10 Minutes Shuttle or 15-20 Minutes Walk to/from the Kintex Convention Center
7:30 a.m.- -9:00 a.m. (Doors open at 7:15 a.m.)
Asian and American full breakfast buffet
USD $28 per person

Principal Speaker will be 
Rotary International President-Elect John Germ

LaPlata MD RLI- Part I & II Classes

A successful day of Rotary learning, sharing and empowerment at our LaPlata MD RLI event on April 29, 2016.
LaPlata MD RLI Part I Class 

LaPlata MD RLI Part II Class 

Ten Graduate at LaPlata, MD RLI


Congratulations to our 10 LaPlata MD RLI Graduates from April 29, 2016!

First Name
Last Name
Club
Ray
Bryant
Rehoboth Beach Sunrise
Pat
Campbell-White
Rehoboth Beach Sunrise
Ronnie
Davis
Southern Harford County
Richard
Glover
Southern Frederick County
Suzanne
Green
Southern Harford County
Kevin
Hurley
Annapolis
Joe
Moxey
Historic Prince Georges County
Olive
Onwukwe
Historic Prince Georges County
Danny
Parker
Lexington Park
Paul
White
Newburg

We also that their clubs for helping encourage them to attend! FANTASTIC!

One Booth, Two Conferences

Steve Hellersperk and a Rotarian getting a chance at the $500 pot!
Photo courtesy Leigh Hudson. 
District 7730 RLI Coodinator Steve Hellersperk put RLI front and center at the recent joint D7710-7730 District Conference in Wilmington. He established his presence with an informative booth, and then offered extras that caught the eye- and the attention- of other Rotarians.

Instead of just raffling off a free RLI course, he did a 1/2 the pot raffle (up to $500) to the winner, and gave a away a book and a print. This created some extra excitement and dynamism, but all the time allowed him to talk up the RLI courses and their benefits! he raised over $1000, gave away $500, put $200 (about) into expenses, and has seed money for next time! Great job, Steve!  

Friday, April 22, 2016

Mooresville NC RLI Enjoys No Ice & Snow!

"W O W"!  No ice or snow; Great facilities (Mitchell Community College); Great "hot" food; Great faculty team and Great attendance (twenty-four) equals a successful RLI Event and that is what we had on Saturday, April 2nd, 2016 at our Mooresville, NC RLI Event. Our past history has shown we have had good attendance for Part III and this year was no exception with nine graduates (see group picture ). In Part II we also had nine Rotarians and Part I had six Rotarians.

We want to thank our Faculty Team for giving up a Saturday for being at this RLI Event to show their passion for Rotary and support the RLI mission to Rotarians in our districts and zone. Faculty were: Kim Adkins; Milton Iossi, Tarek Moneir, Bob Newton, Joe Running, Gene Moorhead and Alvin Lewis.

Listed below are some very interesting notes about this event:
  1. We had one DGND in Part I, David Hare, District 7680; one DGND in Part II, Issac Owolabi, District 7670 and one DGN in Part III, Scott Van Der Linden, District 7680.
  2. Noted from the faculty, there was good interaction between the Rotarians. 
  3. Noted from the evaluation forms indicated a day well spent in learning more about what Rotary opportunities are available to Rotarians so they can find a way to use their talents and apply their passion in some capacity in Rotary to make a difference in other peoples lives that have special needs that we can't do alone, but with other Rotarians, almost any thing is possible.
Article by Rtn. Alvin Lewis.