District Events
108th Anniversary of Rotary Feb 23, 2013
Clarkville Sunset Inauguration Ceremony & Dinner The Pinnacle Down Under
Feb 23, 2013 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Interact/New Generations Conference Lawrence County High School
Mar 02, 2013 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
District 2430 Friendship Exchange arrives Mar 04, 2013
College of Governors Dinner Maggiano's Little Italy Restaurant
Mar 06, 2013 06:00 PM
Peace Luncheon with RI President Tanaka The Wildhorse Saloon
Mar 07, 2013 11:30 AM
Oak Ridge Peace Forum Pollard Technology Conference Center
Mar 09, 2013 09:00 AM
Mid-South AG & PETS Sheraton Music City
Mar 21, 2013 - Mar 24, 2013
64th Annual Franklin Noon Rodeo Williamson County Ag Expo Center
May 16, 2013 07:00 PM - May 18, 2013 07:00 PM
District Conference Franklin Marriott Cool Springs
May 17, 2013 - May 18, 2013
RYLA Austin Peay State University
Jun 04, 2013 - Jun 08, 2013
International Convention Jun 23, 2013 - Jun 26, 2013
Friendship Exchange to Turkey Jun 27, 2013 - Jul 08, 2013
DG Judy Tyree year begins Jul 01, 2013
Rotary Zones 30 & 31

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Rotary 6760

 Dan McCormick
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Posted by Mike Thompson on Feb 02, 2013

The stars are shining bright in District 6760.

We have three clubs that has reached their goal or within $1:
Hall-Gates, Murfreesboro and Franklin Breakfast.

Five more clubs are glowing and within $30 of their goal:
Murfreesboro Breakfast, Clarksville Sunrise, Somerville, Ripley, and Brownville.

It's just not the money; we need to keep our Foundation full of stars that will shine not just at home but around the world.

Thirty-two Clubs have not yet sent in their contributions to date. Let’s go Club Presidents, Secretaries and Foundation Chairs starting right now, make sure all contributions are sent in on a monthly basis. Our District Designated Funds (50% of APF) which includes, District Simplified Grants, Scholarships Grants and Matching Grants are all dependent on our contributions to the Annual Program Funds. Remember 50% of our APF comes back to us.

To be eligible for any 2013-14 District Grants your Club must be a contributor. Where Does your Club Stand? Check under the “Site Pages” go down the listings - select Star Club Program – select Per Capita listing and Alpha Club listing.
Posted by Mike Thompson on Jan 28, 2013

To help prepare for the upcoming Presidents Elect Training Seminar Rotarians are asked to complete a membership survey with the District wide results to be shared with incoming club presidents. 

In District 6760, 28 clubs have had at least one person complete the survey. Currently 17 clubs have fewer than 5 respondents and a large number of clubs who do not have any participants. The survey period ends at 11:59 p.m. Friday, 1 February.

To take the online survey go to http://tinyurl.com/MultiDistrictSurvey

Posted by Mike Thompson on Jan 14, 2013

By Daniela Garcia
Rotary News -- 14 January 2013

RI President-elect Ron Burton will ask Rotarians to Engage Rotary, Change Lives in 2013-14.

He unveiled the RI theme during the opening plenary session of the 2013 International Assembly in San Diego, California, USA, the annual training event for incoming district governors.

“If we really want to take Rotary service forward, then we must make sure that every single Rotarian has the same feeling about Rotary that each one of us here has today,” Burton said. “We need to make sure that every Rotarian has a meaningful role to play, that they’re all making a contribution, and that their contribution is valued.”

Posted by Mike Thompson on Dec 10, 2012

The application is now available for Will R. Manier Jr Memorial Scholarships for any boy or girl residing in Rotary District 6760 who plans to enroll in the freshman class of an institution of higher learning in any state. Four scholarships with a value of $3,000 each are awarded annually, with two girls and two boys being selected each year.  

These scholarships have been awarded since the 1956-57 school year in honor of Manier who was a Charter member of the Nashville Rotary Club which was organized in 1913. He was President of the Nashville Club during the 1921-22 Rotary year, and District Governor during the 1923-24 year. Under his leadership many new Rotary clubs were established. He was named President of Rotary International for the 1936-37 year and served Rotary with great distinction. Until his death on January 31, 1953, he was recognized as one of the outstanding leaders of the Rotary world.

All applications must be filed with the local Rotary Club on or before March 15. The Awards Committee of the Rotary Club shall select two applicants – one boy and one girl. The applications of the two chosen by the Awards Committee shall be forwarded to the District Chairman by March 29.

For more information and the application application package click here.

Posted by Mike Thompson on Dec 04, 2012

The timing is just right! Four (4) months to select your contestants to represent your club in the District Four-Way Test Speech Contest. The District Competition will be 27 April 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at the AG Expo Park (4215 Long Lane) Franklin, TN. The District Winner will receive a $ 1,000.00 award.

Posted by Mike Thompson on Sep 04, 2012

The Rotary International Club and District Support (CDS) team at world headquarters is there to provide service, training, and guidance on Rotary resources, policies, and procedures. They have developed a quick reference guide for club leaders for easy reference when needed as well as a contact sheet for the team responsible for our district.

To download the file and save for future guidance go to the "Download" section on the left side of the home page or look on the "Club Materials" site page. You can also search for our representatives at http://www.rotary.org/cds.

Posted by Mike Thompson on Sep 01, 2012

For sixty-five years Ambassadorial Scholars have studied around the world representing Rotary's commitment to global peace and understanding. The program will end in 2013 with Future Vision but you still have the chance to have one of these outstanding young people tell your membership about their experiences and the effect it has had on them. Since 1947 The Rotary Foundation has awarded $532-million for these scholarships to 41,000 young men and women, two of those recently returned to the District.

Brock Starnes was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Jackson and is now living in the Nashville area with his wife Hannah. Brock studied in Wellington New Zealand where he pursued a Masters in Commerce at Victoria University with a concentration in exploring initiatives, like business incubation, that help entrepreneurs succeed.
Email Brock

Carree Banton is back in Nashville from her Ambassadorial Scholarship experience in Ghana (Africa) and is studying at Vanderbilt University. Carree was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Donelson-Hermitage.
Email Carree
Posted by Mike Thompson on Jun 04, 2012

Another successful District Conference has come and gone with attendees gathering to learn, celebrate successes and enjoy the fellowship. With the charge this year to "Embrace, Energize and Entertain" there was ample opportunity for the over 250 Rotarians and guests to do just that. Representatives of thirty-eight clubs had fourteen hours of Rotary content to choose from and seven hours of scheduled fellowship and social time that made for a balanced two days of activities.

The conference was held at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs on 18-19 May with Friday night's gathering at the sixty-third annual Franklin Rodeo produced by the Franklin Noon Rotary Club. Special guests at the conference included Rotary International President's Representative PDG Thomas S. Payne III from North Carolina District 7720 and Keynote Speaker Greg Krauska, a management consultant from Minnesota. Krauska said of the gathering "I came away inspired!" and the Rotarians were "Great people making incredible impact".

An important part of the event is the awards for outstanding clubs and individuals including Rotarians of the Year Audrey Roberts (Martin), Charlie Brewer (Lawrenceburg) and Ed Maupin (Murfreesboro). The complete list of recipients is available at this link.

A photo album is also available at this link.
Posted by Charles R. (Dick) Bowers

Libson will be fun, fantastic and full of Rotarians! Let's Go! International Convention, June 23-36, 2103.


Posted by Mike Thompson on Apr 27, 2012

The District 6760 Will R. Manier Jr Memorial Scholarship Committee has met and awarded this year’s four scholarships. From the sixty-two applications received, two male and two female scholarships were awarded at $3,000 each.

Posted by Mike Thompson on Jan 16, 2012

RI President-elect Sakuji Tanaka will ask Rotarians to build Peace Through Service in 2012-13.

Tanaka unveiled the RI theme during the opening plenary session of the 2012 International Assembly, a training event for incoming Rotary district governors.
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