District Governor News

Ann Fuge

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District 6220 Exec. Asst.

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Dear Rotary Family,

I can hardly believe my year as DG is coming to an end.  It has been a total pleasure serving you and more importantly getting to know you better than 1 year ago.

YOU have engaged yourselves in my objectives and helped to move this District into a position where we can say we are a Vibrant District.  Our membership numbers are increasing and we are retaining members.  WE have filled many Leadership positions with strong engaged members and have worked to continue support to the Foundation.

I am hoping you all had a Glorious and Blessed Easter.  It was a great sunshine filled day in DePere.   I had a very quiet day and spent time reflective after service this morning.  Our Pastor shared a message to reflect on how our names get called out to participate in activities similar in a way that maybe Jesus was calling out names or sending silent messages when his followers visited the tomb.  His friends and followers each reacted in a different way to the scene they came upon and seemed to experience different thoughts expressing themselves differently.

Dear Rotary Family,

WOW! I can hardly believe my DG year is ½ over already. Visiting all the Clubs is so rewarding and emotionally fulfilling. We have great Rotarians in District 6220 and we are doing great work. I have reviewed our Membership numbers with you during my visit and reviewed some helpful actions we might take to increase those numbers. As we look to our future it is critical for all of us to do our part helping to bring new members into the family. Increasing our membership is key to our future.

Dear Rotarians,

We are entering a very busy time of year for our District.  Much information is being shared with your Club and District regarding activities occurring in District 6220.  One focus area shared at this time of year asks club members to look at involvement and support for our Youth activities.  While at PETS training our newly elected President–Elects had reviewed information on these programs among other information their Clubs will be asked to address during the upcoming year. Each Rotarian can help by offering to help with any of the many programs and projects your individual Club decides to participate in and especially those involving Youth, our future Rotary members.

I just returned from attending a spiritual Christmas celebration with my Granddaughter, and thought I would share some thoughts through the eyes and thoughts of a child. I know many of you will be able to relate because there is nothing like seeing Christmas through the eyes of a child.

Aubree is 7 yrs. old and in many ways angelic herself with questions galore and excitement enough for many of us. She is particularly excited this year to share stories about Cardinals as she lost her Grandfather this year, and, she believes if a Cardinal appears to you it is really a message being sent from Heaven from a passed loved one letting us know all is OK. Aubree believes her Grandfather can send her messages so she is constantly looking for that red Cardinal to appear. Many of the gifts she is giving to her family are from her thoughts about that Cardinal.