2014 District 6930 World Peace Initiative
Dr. Wesley Boughner, Chair
“Make Your Club a World Peace Community!“
In 2010, Past District Governor Leo Phillips, signed a proclamation to adopt the “District 6930 World Peace Initiative.” This year Governor Arthur Hodge encourages all clubs to take the initiative in their communities to promote peace and to create, or adopt, significant peace projects either locally or internationally, that promote Rotary’s concepts of world peace consciousness, conflict resolution or cultural understanding. This Initiative is non-denominational, non-political and non-ethnic and it is an integral part at the grass roots level of our Foundation’s commitment to promoting world peace and multicultural understanding.
To promote peace consciousness in our communities and around the world by having all our clubs earn a “District 6930 World Peace Community Certificate” this Rotary year!
The District is now accepting applications! Submit to: UDORNBOGS@AOL.COM
Step 1: Form a District 6930 World Peace Community committee within your club, under the leadership of a club chair (International Services Chair or your club Foundation Chair?).
Step 2. During the 2012-13 Rotary year, plan/ implement at least two local, or international projects based upon the concepts of: 1. World Peace Consciousness; 2. Conflict Resolution; or 3. Multicultural Understanding.
Step 3: Complete and return the attached interactive District 6930 World Peace Initiative application or go to www.rotary6930.org and fill out the interactive Initiative application. The deadline for application submission is June 30, 2014. The application takes 5-10 minutes to complete.
Each participating club will receive a certificate of participation, identifying the # of years that they have earned the distinction of “District 6930 World Peace Community”. This is an honor for your club and something that you can publicize as part of Rotary’s world-wide effort to promote peace. Let’s make this happen for your club, your community and our world! Submit your club’s 2014 District 6930 World Peace Initiative application today.