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District 6950, Zone 33-34, Rotary International,
100% Paul Harris Fellow Club 2013-14
Rotary E-Club of Southeast USA and Caribbean
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100% Paul Harris Fellow Club 2013-14

The Club is based in Zone 34 which includes Florida,Georgia, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. Membership is not limited to this Zone as we serve

the Rotary World.

Our weekly Rotary Meeting (consisting of our weekly program and the forum) officially begins at 6 PM (Eastern Time) each Saturday and continues 24 hour a day till 5 PM the following Friday.

Alicia A. Bostdorff-Miller

District 6950

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 January is Vocational Service Month !!



1. Rotary Supports activities and training to improve education for all the children and literacy for children and adults.

Plan the project relating to basic education and literacy to the people.

2.Rotarians to ensure that all people have sustainable access to basic education and literacy by involving the community to support programs that strengthen the capacity of communities to provide basic education and literacy to all; Increasing adult literacy in communities; working to reduce gender disparity in education; supporting studies for career-minded professionals related to basic education literacy.

3.Conducting spoken English and Grammer classes for the students of Government Schools
Organizing Competitions like Drawing Painting Vocal, Music, etc.for schools and college level students.

4. Donating Study Materials , School bags Notebooks, Dictionaries, Uniforms, clothes, Footwear and Sweaters to the students and needy persons. Providing Lunch plates and Tumblers to the school children.

5. Providing Computer Education and stitching training to Girl Students and donation of Computers.

6.providing benches and desks to Government schools and adopt the school and making it a happy school. 
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Welcome to Rotary E-Club of Southeast USA and Caribbean.
This club (#67734) 
is the 14th of the original Rotary E-Clubs. It is a regional e-club based in Rotary District 6950 (west Florida)  and has membership from all of the world. 

E-Club Members, once logged in, will find a tab entitled "Forums and Club Meetings" in the left hand margin. This tab will connect you to the club's weekly meetings. Each weekly meeting contains three "threads" or topics.  If time permits, please participate in all three.  You can add your comments by clicking on the Reply button on the top of the most recent post.  The forums are:    


1. Meeting Call to Order 

2. Program of the Week 

3. Biography of the Week


We look forward to your participation in our weekly meetings. 

The weekly meetings officially begin at 6 PM (Eastern Time) each Saturday and continue 24 hours a day 'till 5 PM the following Friday.

Visiting Rotarians:
If you are a Rotarian visiting for a "make-up" meeting, please select the tab on the left entitled Visiting Rotarian. On the drop down menu select "Visiting Rotarian". Then follow the sign in instructions. Only complete the required information indicated by the red asterisk.

Please note that we require a $5.00 contribution which is used exclusively to support our charitable projects. 

You may click on "Make Up Form" to print a copy of your attendance record to give to your Rotary Club Secretary.

E-Club President Alicia Bostdorff-Miller with RI President Holger Knaack and his wife, Susanne

iPast President Andy Burnstine with Past RI President Barry Rassin at PETS Orlando

DOMINICA & Hurricane Maria
An 80-year-old man stands in front of his destroyed home in Marigot, Dominica, on 27 September. Photograph: Jose Jimenez/Getty Images


Can you imagine how you would go about recovery at 80 years of age?

An 80-year-old man stands in front of his destroyed home in Marigot, Dominica, on 27 September.



Past President Robin Foley's experience of hurricane Maria

Meet Our First Virtual Member, Emily
EmilyEmily is the character in our Rotary Tutorial. As our newest ambassador it is her job to introduce potential members to Rotary and our club. It is fitting that a virtual Rotary club have at least one virtual member.
Because Emily is new to our club you will want to click on the link below and get to know her better. While in the tutorial take your time to explore all the tabs, especially the 'Video' button.
In all fairness we may ask John, also a virtual character to join the club later. Don't forget to test your Rotary knowledge at the end.
Awarded Best Small Club of the Year in District 6950



Awarded Total Annual Giving Award to the Rotary Foundation D6950

Awarded the Rotary Citation with Platinum Distinction 2018-2019




Through Member Dues and Donations, Visiting Rotarian make-up donations, share from the Rotary Tree of Remembrance - Pensacola, Dominica Disaster Relief Fundraiser and generous donations from Pensacola - Cordova Rotary we, a small club with geographically dispersed membership, have been able to donate to a wide variety of charitable projects –

These contributions should be considered against the fact that almost 40% of our dues go to pay Rotary International and District dues.


GIVING 2019-2020

  • Rotary Camp FL $1,400
  • S4TL Earl Halle Memorial Scholarship      700
  • Rotary Youth Exchange (Outbound)      650
  • Toys for Tots      200
  • Florida Migrant Workers Covid19 Relief           500
  • ShelterBox      500
  • Rotary Leadership Institute      200
  • Total $4,150

Members have reported 2882 Service hours during the Rotary Year.

All time member giving to The Rotary Foundation is over $57,000.

We have all contributed to “Making a Difference” for people worldwide whom we will probably never meet.

Thanks All.

E-Club Treasurer, Ray Cornelius receives Paul Harris + 2 Pin.
Walking the talk on EREY - Every Rotarian Every Year.
E-Club Treasurer Ray Cornelius receiving his Paul Harris + 2 Pin. Walking the talk on EREY - Every R

E-Club Member Vera Kuehr from  Munich in banner exchange with President Bush Dumville, R C Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Highway trash pick-up with University of West Florida Roteract


A Note of Gratitude: