This Weeks News
District 5790 to host Area Membership Meetings Early 2019
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District Governor Gerald Robinson, District Governor Elect Peter Scott and District Governor Nominee Roger Paschal to host Area Membership Meetings to help District 5790 Clubs implement effective membership development practices that will inspire membership growth, enhance club culture through engaged members and make even greater impact on our local communities.
Measuring the community  impact of your Rotary Club 
How is your club Progressing toward it's 2018-2019 Goals?
Rotary International President Barry Rassin has asked each of our 36,678 worldwide Rotary Clubs to report and periodically update their 2018-2019 goals in Rotary Club Central. Forty-six of our District 5790 Rotary Clubs have posted their 2018-2018 goals in Rotary Club Central. Our 2018-2019 Rotary year is almost half over. How is your club doing? How many service projects has your club completed thus far? How many volunteer hours have been devoted to your communities? These are all questions easily answered by completing the service activities portion of your clubs Rotary Club Central report for each of the projects you have done thus far. Unsure how to go about updating your goals? Contact your Training/Technology Area Training Officer for guidance.
Dear Rotary Leaders:

This is just a reminder to confirm your club member and officer information in Rotary’s database by 1 January. We’ll use this information to generate your club invoice. It’s important that your club’s member information is up-to-date, because Rotary can’t change the club invoice after it’s been generated or accept membership updates with your payment.         

As a club officer, you can ensure that your club invoice will be correct by checking the accuracy of the information in Rotary’s database.

If you use My Rotary to report your club’s information to Rotary:

Sign in to My Rotary and choose Manage, then Club & District Administration, Club Administration, and Club & Member Data.

If you use a Rotary-approved club management system to report your club’s information to Rotary:  

Sign in to your club, district, or country database. Verify that the information in it is correct or make changes as needed. Your club invoice is generated based on the membership information recorded in Rotary’s database, not the information in your club’s own database, so it’s important to make sure Rotary has the latest information. After you update your database, please sign in to My Rotary to verify that the updates have been transmitted correctly.  Note that it might take up to 24 hours for updates to be reflected in My Rotary. Sign in to My Rotary and choose Manage, then Club & District Administration, Club Administration, and Club & Member Data to see the information in Rotary’s Records.

For all clubs:
Report all new or terminated members and 2018-19 club officers no later than 1 January.
  • Members with admission dates of 1 January or before will be counted for the January 2019 club invoice.
  • Members with termination dates of 1 January or before will not be counted for the January 2019 club invoice.
If you can’t update your member information online, you can submit the Member Data Form in one of three ways:
  • Scan and email it to
  • Fax it to +1-847-556-2207
  • Mail it to your local Rotary office or fiscal agent early enough that it will arrive by 1 January

For more information about your club invoice, including how-to guidelines and answers to frequently asked questions, go to My Rotary’s Club Administration pages. For help with membership questions, contact

Sanna Lerenman

Data Quality Manager, Data Services
Youth Services Update
Here's what new with Youth Services!
Two RYLA 2018 alumni presented “The RYLA Experience” to Denton Rotary recently.  Comments from the campers:
            “It wasn’t what I expected.  I thought I’d be in meetings all day listening to lessons on leadership.”
            “My favorite activity was working at the Nature Preserve.  I learned that every project participant had a role and all roles depended on the others for successful completion.”
            “My favorite activity – the skits.  It was so interesting to see all the different ways the families created a skit around the same topic.”
            “I have shared my RYLA experience with fellow Interactors and with members of other clubs I am part of.
            “We didn’t get much sleep.” 
District clubs, please do invite your RYLA participants to report to your club.  To learn more about RYLA 5790:
Thanks a bunch and GO RYLA!
Penny Gee
Action, Growth Change
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