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District 6820 Goals 2015 - 2016
 
1. Membership
Membership is the life-blood of Rotary. Each club should establish membership goals that target club growth, but also strongly emphasize member retention and development. Clubs are encouraged to follow the Presidential Citation guidelines in establishing membership and other goals.
 
2. Rotary Foundation
Each club should strive to achieve the goal of “Every Rotarian Every Year” by donating to the Foundation with a collective target of at least $100 per member.
District 6820 supports Foundation’s six areas of focus:
·        Peace and conflict resolution
·        Disease prevention and treatment
·        Water and sanitation
·        Maternal and child health
·        Basic education and literacy
·        Economic and community development
 
3. Presidential Citation
Every club should strive to achieve the Presidential Citation. The requirements are measurable and achievable for any club, regardless of size. Earning this award will make your Rotary club and the District stronger, more effective at delivering service, and more widely known and respected by the general public. 
 
4. “Be a Gift to the World”
Rotary International President-Elect K. R. Ravindran has chosen this as his theme for the year. “Ravi” challenges Rotary members to use their talents, expertise, and leadership in the coming year to transform the lives of others.
 
5. Leadership Development
For Rotary to continue to grow, prosper and make a positive impact on our communities and our world, we must consistently identify, encourage and groom future leaders. The District goal is to provide leadership development and training opportunities for any Rotarian who is interested in future District service. 
 
6. District Conference Attendance
The District Conference is an opportunity for all Rotarians, not just those in leadership positions, to come together and celebrate the accomplishments of their respective clubs, learn and be motivated by excellent speakers at educational sessions, actively participate in a joint service project and enjoy a myriad of social and networking events.
The goal is to have every cub in the District promote and be represented at the conference.