Wednesday, April 11, 2012

RLI Activities at the International Convention - Bangkok

As always, RLI officers and members will have a busy time during the Rotary International Convention in Bangkok, Thailand. Here are some activities:

  •  MAY 5 RLI Exhibit Booth #100 opens in the House of Friendship. All Convention Goers are Invited to visit the booth to talk with RLI officers. RLI brochures and other materials will be available.
  •  MAY 7 afternoon -RLI Senior Officers will be available for meetings with any Rotarians interested in learning more about the RLI program. Current divisions are also invited to such meetings to discuss any items of concern. THOSE WISHING TO SCHEDULE A MEETING SHOULD CONTACT RLI International Chair David Linett at . If necessary some meetings may also be held on Tuesday, May 8 afternoon.
  • MAY 9 7:15 a.m.  (doors open at 7:00 a.m.) ANNUAL RLI CONVENTION BREAKFAST AT THE ROYAL JUBILEE BALLROOM FOYER AT THE IMPACT CONVENTION CENTER. THE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER WILL BE DR. ROBERT (BOB) SCOTT OF CANADA, PAST CHAIR OF THE ROTARY FOUNDATION TRUSTEES, CURRENT CHAIRMAN OF THE INTERNATIONAL POLIO PLUS COMMITTEE AND PAST R.I. VICE PRESIDENT. FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION, SEE THE HOME PAGE AT The Breakfast cost of US$ 25.00 per person may be paid by credit card online or by a check drawn on a US bank (see above website home page). No tickets will be sold at the door, but "paid tickets" may be picked up at the Exhibit Booth or at the door. For questions contact the Breakfast Chair, PDG Michael Rabasca at The RLI Annual Report will be distributed at the Breakfast. Language tables will be available on request to PDG Rabasca.

Friday, April 6, 2012

ATTENTION. RLI Goes to the Citadel

District 7770 District Chair Ellison Smith and his committee, Raffia Smith, Julia Boyd, and Angela Black-Drake, provide a very different RLI event for us in Charleston SC on February 24th and 25th. Not only did we have a excellent RLI event at the Citadel on Saturday, but there were a number of other social events, both on Friday and Saturday. The event not only drew 58 Rotarians from both South and North Carolina, but a number of spouses who joined in the fun of visiting the wonderful town of Charleston. Read More. Contributed by RLI Regional Coordinator, Bob Stinson.