DG Message
"It's a new year, today's a new day and opportunities continue to open!!"
Yes, it's a new year on the calendar, but we are at the midway point of our Rotary year.  We are given the opportunity everyday to take action in our club, community and the world that will make a difference to someone.  So, I encourage you today to take one of these actions:
  • Invite someone new to a club meeting
  • Volunteer on a club project
  • Register to attend a district training
You will feel better because you did!
Happy New Year!  
DG Janet Kolepp
Grant Management Training Seminar
Is your club applying for a grant this year? To qualify to submit funding applications for District and Global Grants, clubs must have members that have attended a Grant Management Seminar. Dates and registration links are provided below. 
Members only need to attend one session.
It is highly recommended that at least 2 members of your club attend one of the sessions.
Thursday, January 14, 6:30 pm via Zoom
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Monday, January 25, 6:30 pm via Zoom
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Monday, March 8, 6:30 pm via Zoom
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Training Tuesdays: International Service
We all know that Rotary International is in over 200 countries with over 1.2 million of us in 34,000 clubs---------BUT, do we know about all of the potential those connections around the world can bring to the local clubs in our district.  Do we know how we can initiate/participate/engage in an international project? STAY TUNED!
For the first time, we are initiating a series of
January 12,  7 pm - International Service Part 1
Basics of International Service, how COVID 19 has affected international service
February 16, 7 pm - International Service Part 2
Rotary Action Groups- initiating projects with the areas of focus and how Peace ties into all of our projects
March 9, 7 pm - International Service Part 3
Putting an international service project together and global grants
PDG Cindy Hornaman, International Service Chair
ShelterBox Recognizes D7430
ShelterBox has reached 200,000 people in 2020, bringing the total served since being created twenty years ago to over 1.7 million people sheltered. This was accomplished by the support of clubs and districts like ours. Sustained help enables ShelterBox to be better prepared to respond quickly and efficiently to reach families when disaster or conflict damages or destroys their home.
District 7430 has been recognized as one of the
Top 20 all-time Rotary District supporters of ShelterBox USA! 
Saucon Center Valley Rotary Club
Blue Bell Rotary Club
have been recognized as  
Top 20 all-time Rotary Club supporters to ShelterBox USA!        
Congratulations to D7430 and these outstanding clubs! 
Our work however is not done....
click on Read More to see where urgent help is needed.
Upcoming Events
Training Tuesday: International Service Part 1
Zoom Web Meeting
Jan 12, 2021 7:00 PM
VF Tourism & Convention Board Town Talk
Zoom Web Meeting
Jan 13, 2021 7:00 PM
D7430 Grant Management Training Seminar
Zoom Web Meeting
Jan 14, 2021 6:30 PM
DEC Zoom Mtg
Zoom Web Meeting
Jan 18, 2021 7:00 PM
D7430 Grant Management Training Seminar
Zoom Web Meeting
Jan 25, 2021 6:30 PM
Welcome to Rotary
Zoom Web Meeting
Feb 02, 2021 5:30 PM
Feb 15, 2021
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