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When people have access to clean water and sanitation, waterborne diseases
decrease, children stay healthier and attend school more regularly, and mothers
can spend less time carrying water and more time helping their families.
The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into opportunities by funding
grants that support water, sanitation, and hygiene programs.

You can make a difference both close to home and around the world with
a gift to The Rotary Foundation in celebration of World Water Day.
All District in person events through to June 30 are now postponed or cancelled.
On behalf of the Board of Directors and the Leadership Team of District 7810, we hope everyone is safe and well.
Needless to say, what is happening here, as well as globally, is unprecedented.
As a District, we wish to let everyone know that effective immediately, all District in person events through to June 30 are now postponed or cancelled.
Such events include and not limited to;
Training - RLI, District Leadership, PETS/SETS, Treasurers, Foundation, Public Image, etc.
Youth - RYLA/Interact, Youth Exchange Outbound orientation
Special Events - Centennial 100,
All in person District committee meetings
Please know, as we prepare for the upcoming Rotary year, we as a District will continue training digitally on line.
We are in the planning stages for having an on line version of PETS, Presidents training and along with some others.
As of now, the date of this training will be the same, this coming April 18th.
Yes, it will look, feel and be different, but we are willing to try something new. (Remember #thinkdifferent7810)
You will see and hear more from District Training as soon as possible on this event.
We are asking all Rotary and Rotaract clubs to follow suit.
Most, if not all, have already stopped meeting in person.
Please seriously consider postponing or cancelling any and all in person club meetings, committee meetings and in person community events.
This can be a time for true leadership. Social Distancing does not mean we have to become isolated.
Be creative! Use various social media's like facetime, skype, zoom, GoTo meeting, chat rooms, discussion groups, etc.
As a District, we have access to  GoTo Meeting. Have a virtual club meeting or committee meeting. District leadership uses this regularly to stay connected and stay in touch with each other.
If you wish to co-ordinate an on line meeting, let Terry MacDonald know and he can help coordinate for you.
Terry W. MacDonald
Executive Secretary
Rotary District 7810
506-478-7810 (c) 
April 4th, 2020 RLI Training Sessions have been Cancelled
After discussion at the board level, it has been decided that the RLI Scheduled for April 4, 2020 will be cancelled due to concerns with the continuing COVID 19 outbreak. 
Participants will be contacted directly with cancellation information shortly. Facilitators are asked to cancel their hotel room reservations directly with the Hotel Wingate Dieppe.
For our first time facilitators, please note that your sessions will now be moved to the Fall offering of RLI in Truro on October 24, 2020. Your assignments will be confirmed in the coming months. 
Thank you everyone for your understanding. 
Any questions, feel free to contact me directly. 
Leanne Whelan
Board Member for RLI Atlantic Atlantique Division
Facilitator Scheduler

Save the date - RI President Mark Maloney is coming to Moncton on April 27th.


Celebrating 100 years are Rotary Club of Houlton (Maine), Moncton Rotary Club (NB), St Stephen (NB), and from Rotary International - District 7820 - the Rotary Club of Sydney (NS).


Worthy to note that Rotary Club of Saint John is 106 years old.


More information to follow about the events that day.

To read the Bio for Mark Maloney, click on the link below

Happy World Rotary Day!!! 

Today, we celebrate the 115th Anniversary of the very first Rotary club at the Rotary club of Chicago.

It is also world Rotary Day, where we can celebrate the successes of all the Rotarians around the world who do great things in their community.

Be sure to spread the word about why you are in Rotary by wearing your Rotary pin, branded Rotary club shirt or other Rotary branded apparel out in public today and start a conversation.




French Level 1 **NEW**
English Levels 1, 2, 3, Graduate
Upcoming Leadership Training for all Rotarians with the Rotary Leadership Institute Training in Dieppe on April 4th.
It is always a great day with lots of information.

Conflict and violence displaced more than 68 million people in the past year, and half of those are children.

For Area 1,7 and 9 Clubs – this will be at the Campus Centre at the University of Maine at Presque Isle from 9am to 3pm Eastern Standard Time

Please mark on your calendar for a day of information, inspiration, and networking. All Rotarians are invited to attend workshops on Membership, Youth Services, Public Image, or Foundation. In addition, we request all President Elects, Secretary Elects, and Treasurer Elects attend workshops designed to assist you to make a smooth transition into those offices. 
Please register at:
Join the World Rotaract Week party this 9-15 March! This annual celebration highlights the success and importance of Rotaract in communities around the world. 

Check out these concrete ideas you can use to celebrate every day of the week!
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John Slipp
He is heading to San Diego in January 2020 for District Governor Elect Training!
Happy Holidays & Seasons Greetings District 7810 (French to follow):

On behalf of our family, Karen and I would like to extend to each of you, the Rotarians of District 7810, and your families the warmest wishes for the holidays.
Joyeuses Fêtes et Saisons Salutations District 7810

Au nom de notre famille, Karen et moi voudrions adresser à chacun d'entre vous, les Rotariens du District 7810, et à vos familles, les meilleurs vœux de vacances.
One of Rotary International's 6 areas of focus is Disease Prevention and Treatment and is the theme for December. In 1979, Rotary became the first service organization to create a campaign to immunize six million children in the Philippines in a multi year project. This start has led to where we are today, almost eradicating it from the world. Rotary is partnered with the Gates Foundation who matches the monies raised and together achieve over 500 million annually. 
Today we are down to 107 cases in two countries and the push is on to vaccinate the remainder. It has been the major focus of Rotary to take the impossible and find the solution. It is through the drive of a million Rotarians to raise money and to help with the volunteering to immunize children throughout the world. 
Did you know that October 24th is End Polio Day? District 7810 had a number of clubs doing specific fundraising and awareness activities in Northern Maine and New Brunswick. 
Did you know that the Gates Foundation matches Polio donations year-round? Many clubs are involved in End Polio activities throughout the year. 

Did you know that the Rotary Foundation raised 331.9 million dollars last year so that they could fund the projects that we do around the world to impact lives in a positive way?

November is all about the Rotary Foundation and the #DoGoodery that is done because of it.


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