GOTOMEETING SCHEDULE

Click HERE to check the District Schedule for open dates & times then contact the District office to reserve.
 
NEWS
Carol and I will travel all across our district during the first 5 months of this Rotary year to visit all 65 clubs.  We look forward to meeting you and working with you to
BE THE INSPIRATION !
 
District Governor Tom Narak tom.carol@msn.com C) 515-229-9846
Whether your club is a subordinate under Rotary International’s 501(c)(4) group exemption or is independently tax-exempt, the IRS requires that all Rotary clubs in the U.S. file an annual information return. For those clubs whose tax year follows the Rotary year, the deadline to file is 15 November. The form a club must file is dependent upon its gross receipts for the year. For more information, please see Frequently asked questions about annual reporting requirements for exempt organizations at www.irs.gov.
 
It is important that your club comply with IRS requirements. Please note that Section 6033(j) of the Internal Revenue Code automatically revokes the exemption of any organization that fails to satisfy its filing requirement for three consecutive years.
 
Frequently Asked Questions will answer many of the general questions you may have about Rotary clubs and the IRS. Please direct specific questions regarding your club’s tax-exempt status or reporting requirements to local counsel, your tax adviser, or the IRS at 877-829-5500.
 
The Warm Coats for Kids is up and running for the 5th year!  Clubs have begun to turn in orders, so we'll have more happy kids soon. Prices are $96 for a box of 6 children's coats and $108 for a box of adult sizes; that spins down to $16 for kids' coats and $18 each for adult sizes. Prices include shipping to your designated address, with a minimum of 6 boxes.  Here's the link to order coats:
https://www.operationwarm.org/coat-order-form-rotary6000/
 
This link will connect you to our order form & will give you our quantity discount.  Please contact Deb "Crabby" Ockenfels @ crabbyo@hotmail.com with questions.
How to record Service Activities is a helpful publication from Rotary International.  According to John, our R.I. representative “Though there was a big push by President Ian to track volunteer and service hours last Rotary Year, this information has been something that Rotary’s been collecting for quite some time. A club can still record information about their projects and the number of volunteers, hours, resources involved, through Rotary Club Central. On the left column, there is a link for Service Activities, and you are encouraged to record there!”

To see events our clubs are holding CLICK HERE and you can promote your Rotary event on this Club Events Calendar!  To add your event click HERE or contact the district office with details.  This calendar is updated around the 1st & 15th each month.  There is also a web Calendar of all ClubRunner posted events which includes the District's and those clubs that have a ClubRunner website.
 

Call the Rotary International Contact Center at 866-9ROTARY (866-976-8279) or email contact.center@rotary.org to check deadlines, forms, Foundation giving and recognition points.
 
SUPPORT STAFF FOR CLUBS:
Presidents and Secretaries: Click here to find who assists you and all of the clubs in our district.
 
 
DISTRICT EVENTS
 
THINGS YOU CAN DO

You need to login to update your profile and to register for some District Events.  If you've never logged in, click Member Login, top right of this page, then click New user? to the right above the Login box. Need help? Call 877-976-8279.

Looking for Rotary information to share with a prospective or new member, something that explains the organizational structure, the programs, international projects and fellowship? Use the great brochure HERE!
 
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