District Newsletter – “4-Way Today”

District Events

Rotary Leadership Seminars 2018 - St Louis MO FRI & SAT
Jul 20th - Jul 21st 2018
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Rotary Leadership Seminars 2018 - New Orleans LA FRI & SAT
Jul 27th - Jul 28th 2018
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Rotary Leadership Seminars 2018 - GARDENDALE AL FRI & SAT
Aug 3rd - Aug 4th 2018
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District Club Grant Applications Due
August 10th 2018
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District Literacy Grant Applications Due
September 15th 2018
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District Governor Nominations 2020-2021 Due to DG
September 15th 2018
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Rotary Institute - Montgomery, AL
Oct 9th - Oct 14th 2018
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Rotary District 6460 Conference 2018
Nov 2nd - Nov 3rd 2018
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Rotary International President (2018-19)
Barry Rassin
Club Presidential Citation (PDF)

District Governor Brian Barstead (2018-19)

District Grant Applications for 2018-19 Are Now Available
APPLICATIONS DUE:  August 10, 2018

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District Literacy Grant Applications for 2018-19 Are Now Available
APPLICATIONS DUE:  September 15, 2018
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Baseball Game for District 6460
at Busch Stadium – St Louis

Sunday, July 29th, 2018
Game Start Time:  7:07pm
Chicago Cubs vs St Louis Cardinals

TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE AND
NOW ON SALE!
ONLY $40 (Ticket Only)
$60 (Ticket and Bus from Springfield)
For Rotarians AND Non-Rotarians
Tickets Now Available
CLICK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD
FURTHER INFORMATION AND THE ORDER FORM

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Meet Your District Governor 2018-19 – Brian Barstead

A lifelong resident of Central Illinois, Brian was born in Lincoln, and his family moved to Springfield soon thereafter. Brian was educated in Springfield Public Schools and graduated from Springfield High in 1976. Raised by a single mother, Brian graduated from Illinois State University with two bachelors’ degrees in Biology and Medical Technology in 1981. After working in a clinical lab for two years, Brian met his wife Nancy and they were married in 1983. Nancy is a microbiologist with the Illinois State Department of Public Health.

Brian obtained an MBA with a Finance and Marketing emphasis from the University of Illinois at Springfield (formerly known as Sangamon State) in 1986 and changed careers. Brian is a Certified Financial Planner Franchise owner with Ameriprise Financial and has been with the company since 1987. Brian helps clients with financial planning, investments, retirement planning and estate planning. During his tenure he spent nearly 18 years in management with the company.

Brian joined the Rotary Club of Springfield Sunrise in September of 1990 and has served in various club roles including Club President. He also has served at the district level on District Conference planning committees, as District Treasurer and Assistant Governor. Brian has served on the board of the Lincoln Memorial Garden in Springfield and plays bass clarinet, announces and serves as volunteer marketing director with the Springfield Municipal Band. For his community efforts outside of Rotary, Brian received the John Giavaras Community Service Award from District 6460.

Brian and his wife Nancy currently reside in Rochester, Illinois and they have one son, Alex, who works in digital marketing in Seattle, WA. They also have a West Highland Terrier, Lucy, who was introduced to their family when Brian emceed a District Conference breakfast in 2006. Lucy was bred by a Past District Governor (PDG) from Mississippi, who subsequently passed away and whose widow later became a District Governor herself. So, technically, Lucy is a “Roterrierian”. Brian is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow and a Paul Harris Society member.

 

 

 

 

District Governor Doug Huff’s
Video Message – June 30, 2018 (Leadership Transition Video)

Important Upcoming Dates

District Governor Nominations for 2021-2022

The
Five
Avenues
of Service

Club Service

Club Service focuses on making clubs strong. A thriving club is anchored by strong relationships and an active membership development plan.

Community Service

Community Service encourages every Rotarian to find ways to improve the quality of life for people in their communities and to serve the public interest.
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International Service

International Service exemplifies our global reach in promoting peace and understanding.
We support this service avenue by sponsoring or volunteering on international projects, seeking partners abroad, and more.

Youth Service

Youth Service recognizes the importance of empowering youth and young professionals through leadership development programs such as , , , and .

Vocational Service

Vocational Service calls on every Rotarian to work with integrity and contribute their expertise to the problems and needs of society.
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