April 2015 District 6080 Newsletter

Dick Mazanec Announcements, District Governor, District Governor Newsletters

Rotary releases $34.8 million for polio immunization activities worldwide

Rotary International released an additional $34.8 million in grants to support polio immunization activities in 10 countries, including Afghanistan, Nigeria, and Pakistan, the three countries where the disease has never been stopped. The funds will be used by the World Health Organization and UNICEF for polio immunization and surveillance activities in the 10 countries, as well as to provide technical assistance in several other countries in Africa.

End Polio Now

Rotary polio ambassador Isabelli Fontana is in India, participating in immunization activities. The Brazilian supermodel went to St. Stephen’s Hospital in New Delhi, and is visiting a special ward that treats children who’ve had polio.”Seeing the children in St. Stephen’s reminded me that the fight is not over,” remarks Fontana, in a post for our blog Rotary Voices.

April 18 District Assembly Camden on the Lake, 2359 Bittersweet Road, Lake Ozark, MO 9am – 4pm

For ALL 2015-2016Club officers and committee chairpersons and AG’s. This is one of your most important meetings as you, chairs of your major committees (membership, foundation, public image, community service etc.) and other club members and directors come together to discuss what you and the district want to accomplish in the new Rotary year and specifically how these goals can be accomplished. Car pool. The more from your club that attend the better you will be prepared for 2015-2016. Meet other club officers and members and the District 6080 Leadership Team. You, your club and your chairs are missing an important opportunity in preparation for next year if you do not come to this meeting. $15.00 will be collected at the door for lunch”

Register at DaCdb Calendar NOW.

April 18 Laurie-Sunrise Beach Rotary Club is having a Rotary Wild West Round Up.

They are going to have a whole lot of fun, great food (steaks and chicken grilled outside by the chuck wagon), live entertainment and “HORSE” RACES. And hopefully, they are going to raise a little money with a dazzling array of items in their SILENT AUCTION.

Miss Kitty will be there to welcome you to the Saloon, the Sheriff will be looking for outlaws to arrest and the Judge might even hang Jesse James. You never know what’s going to happen in the Wild West.

Tickets are only $25/person. You can purchase tables of 8 if you’d like your gang to stay together. Please contact Charlie Myrick for your tickets, email charliemyrick@live.com or give him a call at 573-569-8693. Don’t miss out on the fun! Flyer

April 24 Sedalia Rotary Club Fund Raiser

Sons of the Pioneers Concert
See Flyer

June27 Service project on June 27th or a date nearby—as a kickoff to the new year

We as a district are having a Rotary day at the food bank/food pantry or whatever food facility is available in your community to help alleviate the hunger problem. This will be a great way for us to show what we Rotarians are all about—Service Above Self. We are inviting not only Rotarians but also family, friends, potential Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, etc. to partake of this opportunity to help our communities.

27 Installation of Rotary District 6080 Governor Steve Dulle, Columbia, MO during the Columbia food bank/food pantry project. (see above)


The deadline for submitting the completed Global Scholarship application to a local club in District 6080 is October 23, 2015 for the2016-17 academic year. For details click on Rotary Global Scholarships | Rotary District 6080

Continue to work on the The Rotary Foundation Goals, but remember to HAVE FUN.

What is YOUR CLUB doing? Let me know so it can be shared with the other clubs in our district.

Do you know how to log into DaCdb?

Go to www.dacdb.com
Click on To LOG into DAC
Then just key-in your UserName (your email address) and PassWord (usually your RI member number) to access your district or club’s database records.
The District and Club database now has something for everyoneMembers, Clubs, and District Officers!
Members are encouraged to sign-on and update their own data (name, address, phone, e-mail, business data, their photo and spouse’s information). And, members can view (or print) their club’s membership directory (with member photos) in just a couple of clicks.


Go to DaCdb for information about District 6080 – its officers, committee chairs, clubs, members and calendar.

Go to rotary6080.org and www.facebook.com/rotary6080 to find out what is happening in District 6080.

Go to www.rotary.organd use the Search Box to get answers to most Rotary questions.

Dick Mazanec
Rotary District 6080 Secretary

PS. You might let people know that the Dogwood Festival will be going on in Camdenton April 17 and 18. Folks might want to avoid going through the Square Saturday morning April 18 because they will be in the process of getting ready for the 10 AM parade.

Bruce Mitchell, Secretary
Camdenton Rotary Club