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District Governor
Dan Morgan
 
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2018-19 Assistant Governors
 
Division 1A - Ed Kalaher
eddiekalaher@gmail.com
 
 
Division 1B - Chris Shape
Chris@warrensteel.com
 

Division 1C - Marilyn Titus
mare1251t@gmail.com

 
 Division 2A - Robert Schaffner
Michael.dougan.bx9y@statefarm.com
 

 
 Division 2B - Theresa Linder
TLinder@consumersbank.com
 
 
  
 
Division 2C - Tiffany Rockstroh
Tiffanygill@sssnet.com

 
 Division 3A - Don Noble
donn@united titanium.com

 
  Division 3B - Tom Brown
tdbrown@roadrunner.com
 
 
Division 4A - Janet Keene
janwel2002@yahoo.com
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Division 4B - Linda Henderson
fredhenderson@comcast.net
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D6650 Rotarians!
 
RE:  District 6650 Conference 2020 Cancellation 
 
I am sure this message will come as no surprise.  I have stressed over and over that there is nothing more important in Rotary than you or your family.  Our Conference Committee has come to the conclusion, that it is imperative that we cancel this year's District Conference.   Many of you have worked hard on this Conference and know each of the members of D6650 appreciate you. Our Conference Co-Chairs Greg Brokaw and Rich Tirpak will lead us in closing all the aspects of this Conference.  Our Partner, Kent State has been notified of the impossibility of our being able to move forward with the event.  I am so proud of the committee.  They had a very good program planned for you!  
 
Even though many of us are not meeting for a short period of time, we are still a strong family.   
 
Blessings,
 
 
Dan Morgan
DG 6650  2019/20
 
Rotary Connects the World!
 
 

The District has a partnership with the Rotary Club of Canton to share administrative and office resources in downtown Canton.

The Rotary District office is located at:

116 Cleveland Ave. NW, Suite 307

Canton, Ohio 44702

(330)  452-2882

Fax (330) 452-8614

Email: info@cantonrotary.org

Lauri Coy is available to assist coordinating communications, district meetings, district archives, updating data on the Clubrunner data base and posting items on the District website.

 

 

 
 
WE ARE STILL HERE AND THINKING ABOUT YOU!!!
 
 
From the very start of our Journey together this year I have emphasized that there is nothing more important than each one of you. We must prioritize our life along the lines of our religion, our family, our occupations, and then Rotary. Almost everything in our lives has been impacted by the COVID 19 virus. It might appear that even Rotary has shut down. Yes, we have canceled many events and service projects and most physical meetings. This pandemic moved so fast that we only had time to react instead of plan.
 
As leaders, I am so proud of how you remained calm and acted so responsibly. We are not down and out, we are still communicating, exchanging ideas and taking action. Think of all the Past District Governors in our District, all the current and past Assistant District Governors, current and past Presidents and your District’s current leadership team. You are all Ambassadors for the Rotarians in D6650. I am asking each of you and each Rotarian to set up a contact program in each of your Clubs. Remember Rotary Connects the World? Whenever hard times come, Rotarians unite, take action and extend kindness. I know we will have Rotarians who have lost their jobs and as a result may feel they have to drop out of Rotary. Now is the time to take care of our family. Possibly collect funds to help our fellow Rotarians. By staying in contact, we will know who needs our help. How rewarding it is to help someone in our own Rotary family.
 
April is Maternal and Child Health month. This is one of our areas of focus. Our goal is to save Mothers and Children. We provide education, immunizations, birth kits and mobile health clinics. Approximately 5.9 million children under the age of 5 die each year due to malnutrition poor sanitation and health care. When we think about the struggles, we are having with this pandemic with good health care, you can only imagine the outcome in underdeveloped regions.
Please connect virtually, using email, using your phone, using cards or any handwritten note, using your computer, using Tweeter, using Facebook or using Linked-in. PLEASE just stay in touch with those you care about.
 
Be safe and stay at home as much as possible,
 
Dan
 
 
Do you have friends or colleagues who are thinking of joining Rotary but are not sure?
 
Send them here to learn about the Top 5 Membership Myths about Rotary.
 
 
 
 
 
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