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It is hard to believe that we are now in the build up to Christmas and the New Year with summer fading fast behind us and all the changes of the new Rotary year well embedded into the clubs and district.
There are several dates to put into your diaries with the first being Monday October 13 when the District Mini Convention will be held at The Chase Hotel Brockworth near Gloucester. Changes have been made to the format so that more members engage with the topics. A speaker talking about a different form of heart charity and all the way from Cairns in Australia Susanne Rea from The World's Greatest Meal to Help End Polio. After these two presentations we will hear from Area's 1,2 &3 about some of their events and how they have helped the charities to which they have donated the proceeds.
Of course in December many Clubs are very busy with Santa Sleighs in their streets locally. An excellent opportunity to show Rotary working in the community, helping locally to make a difference.
Then there is the build up to the District Conference in Warwick at the Arts Centre from March 27 to 29 2015.  Once again a little different in the mix, with Saturday afternoon being given over to breakouts with a choice of several to attend to stretch your mind and imagination and possibly to learn new skills.
Meanwhile in our clubs the good work we do continues apace. 
Also notice that RIBI is adopting the Guidelines from the Style Guide designed by the world leading brand consultants Seigel and Gale. We would ask you to view these objectively since they are projected at the public and are smart, young and modern and have the ability to be adapted to most situations. If guidance is required on there use then visit the RI Brand Center or get in touch.To use the Brand Center you need to be signed in to My Rotary.
Enjoy your Rotary.
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) 2015

Andy Jarrett tells us that the places for Summer 2015 are almost all taken up.
The cost for the course is £530 and for any of the few remaining places please E-Mail Andy on this link.
For more information on the district website click here.
there is a very informative article in the October edition of Rotary Today on RYLA.
The rush of new members at the start of the Rotary year has now died away to a trickle here are the new members notified to us in the last couple of weeks:
The Rotary Club of Ross on Wye: Matt Osborme
District 1100 eClub: Sunil Prakash
                              David Osborne both transfers from other clubs.
Whilst the last two are transfers we have just one new member of Rotary and we welcome him on board Enjoy your time with Ross On Wye Club and of course with Rotary.
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