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Posted: January 5 - 2011

Rotary Leadership Institute program Nelson Feb 26

Rotarians from the West Kootenay will be the first graduates of the Rotary Leadership Institute program in District 5080, when a Level III course is completed in Nelson on Feb. 26. For Rotarians who have completed Level I but couldn’t attend the Level II ses- sion, there is an opportunity to do so in Cranbrook on January 29; you will then be ready to participate in Nelson and be part of this illustrious group of graduates.

Graduates of the RLI program will receive special recognition as their Certificates will be signed by RI President Klingingsworth. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Watch the District web-site for more details and contact PDG Allan Davis at e-mail [email protected] if you plan to attend any of the sessions.

Click here and read the January 2010 Newsletter

Rotary Leadership Institute is an unofficial affiliate of Rotary International. It is a grassroots-training program designed to help fu- ture club leaders prepare for their club and community leadership role through a quality training and educational experience. RLI has now spread to over 180 Districts in the Rotary world. This is an ideal training session for newer Rotarians keen on learning more about the operation of Rotary.



 
 
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