$149 Regular Rate

$99 New Member  joined since April 1, 2017

$99 One Day  Friday or Saturday only

Indianapolis Marriott Downtown
350 West Maryland Street
Indianapolis, IN 46225

Rate: $149+tax

SPEAKERS

“Let’s have fun in Rotary”

Evan Burrell

Rotarian from Sydney

"Professional (food) adventurer. Creative Director at Candeavor. I also do a bit of traveling.."

Mitty Chang

Entrepreneur

"Remembering always her past, living her present and planning her future"

Barbara Nieviadonski

Former Youth Exchange

Rotarian, business coach, baseball fan, world traveler.

Greg Yank

RI DIRECTOR

"I don't know how much I did for them while there, but they did a lot for me"

John Salyers

Polio Champion

SCHEDULE   updated 4-5-18

THURSDAY

4-8:30 pm -- Registration Desk, Foyer, Missouri Street Entrance

5:30-6:15 pm -- District Leadership Meetings (for PDGs and invited District leaders)

  • D6540, Ballroom F
  • D6560, Ballroom G
  • D6580, Arizona

6:30-8:30 pm – The Leadership Reception & Dinner

Broad Ripple High School Chorus, Entertainment, Ballroom E

Breakfast and Dinner on your own

8 am -- Registration Desk, Foyer, Missouri Street Entrance

8 am - 5 pm -- House of Friendship & Club Displays - Tennessee and Kentucky

8 a. - 9 pm -- Russell-Hampton Rotary Merchandise on Sale, Utah


9-10:45 a.m. -- Conference Workshops (Rooms: TBD)

  • Emerging District Leaders, For those who aspire to serve as District Governor or in other district leadership positionsRay Klinginsmith, Rotary International Past President (RIPP), Florida

  • Visioning, Glen Vanderford, Zone Visioning Chair, Arizonia

  • Club Officer Training Seminar, John Frischie, 6540 District Governor Nominee Designate, and panel, California

  • Membership challenges and opportunities, District Membership Chairs & Brent Rosenthal, Past District Governor (6690), Ohio, Ballroom D

11:30 am-1:30 pm -- GENERAL SESSION/LUNCH

Indiana Ballroom, Greg Yank, RI Director, “What People want from their Leaders,” and Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch. Loren Snyder.  Jessika Hane, Emcee, Indiana Ballroom

2:10-2:50 pm -- BREAKOUT SESSIONS I

  • Public Image: Tell your club’s story, Greg Maciolek, Zone PR Chair, Florida

  • Make your Vocational Training Team (VTT) a success, Christina Dougherty, Past District Governor 6540/Mary Kaczka, District 6540 VTT Co-Chair, Illinois

  • Active Shooter, Timothy Stuppy, Emergency Management and Security expert, Michigan

  • Membership: Give them what they want, Brent Rosenthal, Past District Governor (6690), Ohio, Texas

  • “What do the great Rotary Annual Themes tell us?” , Greg Yank, RI Director, Arizona

  • 3 Ways to inspire Rotarians into action, Tim Shurr, President, Shurr Success Seminars, California

3:10- 3:50 pm -- BREAKOUT SESSIONS II <Repeats>

  • Public Image: Tell your club’s story, Greg Maciolek, Zone PR Chair, Florida
  • Make your Vocational Training Team (VTT) a success, Christina Dougherty, Past District Governor 6540/Mary Kaczka, District 6540 VTT Co-Chair, Illinois

  • Active Shooter, Timothy Stuppy, Emergency Management and Security expert, Michigan

  • Membership: Give them what they want, Brent Rosenthal, Past District Governor (6690), Ohio, Texas

  • “What do the great Rotary Annual Themes tell us?” , Greg Yank, RI Director, Arizona

  • 3 Ways to inspire Rotarians into action, Tim Shurr, President, Shurr Success Seminars, California

4:10-4:50 pm -- BREAKOUT SESSIONS III <Repeats>

  • Public Image: Tell your club’s story, Greg Maciolek, Zone PR Chair, Florida

  • Make your Vocational Training Team (VTT) a successChristina Dougherty, Past District Governor 6540/Mary Kaczka, District 6540 VTT Co-Chair, Illinois
  • Active Shooter, Timothy Stuppy, Emergency Management and Security expert, Michigan

  • Membership: Give them what they wantBrent Rosenthal, Past District Governor (6690), Ohio, Texas
  • Council on Legislation, Ray Klinginsmith, RI Past President, Greg Yank, RI Director, Arizona

  • 3 Ways to inspire Rotarians into action, Tim Shurr, President, Shurr Success Seminars, California

FRIDAY EVENING ENTERTAINMENT (Tickets may be purchased at registration desk, Foyer, Missouri Street Entrance)

To register: CLICK HERE

  • Indy Indians Picnic & Baseball Game, Victory Field. Picnic: 5:30 - 7:05 pm; Baseball game: 7:15 pm, $35 (Dinner: Ballpark picnic included in ticket price)
  • Mind Tripping Show, 7:30-8:30 pm, $25, Ballroom F (Dinner on your own)
  • Roof Top Party Taste of Indiana, Government Parking Garage (attached to the Marriott by a 3rd Floor walkway), 8:30--11 pm. No charge. (Dinner on your own; snacks & beverages only at party)

Please note that you can attend all three events

Breakfast on your own

8 am -- Registration Desk, Foyer, Missouri Street Entrance

8 am - 5 pm -- House of Friendship & Club Displays - Tennessee and Kentucky

8 a. - 9 pm -- Russell-Hampton Rotary Merchandise on Sale, Utah


8:30-10 am -- Making a Difference, Evan Burrell; Rotary Club of Turramurra, New South Wales, Australia, Mitty Chang: Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley, CA. Emcee: Jessika Hane. Indiana

10:15-11:30 am -- District Business Meeting and Memorials

  • D6540, Lisa Waterman, District Governor and Roger Sims, Past District Governor, Florida/Illinois

  • D6560, Bryce Adam, District Governor, Michigan/Texas

  • D6580, Judy Bush, District Governor, Ballroom F

12 – 2 pm -- LUNCH, Indiana Ballroom

Speakers:

  • Barbara Neiviadonski, District 4730 Brazil, and former Rotary Youth Exchange student: “How Rotary changed my life”
  • Four Way Test Speech Contest Winners

2-5 pm – SERVICE PROJECTS, Marriott Ballroom 9 & 10, 2nd Floor

  • International Shoe Sort
  • Water Filter Assembly
  • Local Shoe Sort

2-3p.m. – WALK FOR POLIO, gather at Hudnut Commons, $15 To register: CLICK HERE

3:40 pm -- Bidding on auction items ends, House of Friendship, Kentucky

2:40-3:20 pm -- BREAKOUT IV

  • Young and Restless, Evan Burrell, Social Media Guru, Rotary Club of Turramurra, New South Wales, Australia; Mitty Chang: Rotaract Superhero, Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley, CA; Barbara Neiviadonski former Rotary Youth Exchange student, District 4730, Brazil, Florida

  • Do you need a social media strategy? Dana Nelson, Social Media Digital Strategist, Illinois

  • Active Shooter, Timothy Stuppy, Emergency Management and Security expert, Michigan

  • Membership: Give them what they want, Brent Rosenthal, Past District Governor (6690), Ohio, Texas

  • “What do the great Rotary Annual Themes tell us?”, Greg Yank, RI Director, Ballroom C

  • Diversity, inclusion and the science of unconscious bias, Karl Ahlrichs, author, Ballroom D

3:40-4:20 pm -- BREAKOUT V

  • Public Image: Tell your club’s story, Greg Maciolek, Zone PR Chair, Florida

  • Change lives through Global Grant Scholars, Ray Klinginsmith, RI Past President/Kaz Fakuda, Scholar, Michigan

  • Do you need a social media strategy?, Dana Nelson, Social Media Digital Strategist, Illinois

  • Let your community service shine, Sara Laughlin, District 6580 Community Service Chair, Texas

  • Make your Vocational Training Team (VTT) a success, Christina Dougherty, Past District Governor 6540/Mary Kaczka, District 6540 VTT Co-Chair, Ballroom C
  • Diversity, inclusion and the science of unconscious bias, Karl Ahlrichs, author, Ballroom D

4:40-5:10 pm -- BREAKOUT VI

  • Young and Restless, Mitty Chang, Evan Burrell, Barbara Nieviadonski, Florida

  • Change lives through Global Grant Scholars, Ray Klinginsmith, RI Past President/Kaz Fakuda, Scholar, Michigan

  • Diversity, inclusion and the science of unconscious bias, Karl Ahlrichs, author, Illinois

  • Make your Vocational Training Team (VTT) a success, Christina Dougherty/Mary Kaczka, Texas

4:15-5:30 pm -- WINNING BIDDERS pick up auction items, House of Friendship, Kentucky

5:30-6:30 pm – Reception

6:30-8:30 pm – DINNER & CLOSING SESSION, Indiana Ballroom

Speaker: John Salyers, Polio/The Rotary Foundation

Auctioneer: Ben Pfeffer, Frankfort Rotary Club

Entertainment: Indianapolis Children’s Choir

HOUSE OF FRIENDSHIP

WHY IS THE ALL "IN" ROTARY CONFERENCE FOR YOU?

Celebrate

If we're not having fun in Rotary, we're doing something wrong. Let's kick up a little dust and have some fun sharing what we've done this year.

Networking Opportunities

With three districts represented, we'll be able to find new partners for projects and hang out with some awesome folks that all enjoy Rotary.

Find New Ways of Thinking and Problem-Solving

More ideas get exchanged in a conference hospitality room than beer drank. Maybe.

You Are A Rotarian

No matter how long you've been in Rotary, you are welcome to attend this party, 'um we mean conference. This is where you will find new friends and expand your Rotary world.

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Rotary is where neighbors, friends, and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create lasting change

WE CONNECT PEOPLE


Rotary unites more than a million people

Through Rotary clubs, people from all continents and cultures come together to exchange ideas, and form friendships and professional connections while making a difference in their backyards and around the world.

WE TRANSFORM COMMUNITIES


We take action locally and globally

Each day, our members pour their passion, integrity, and intelligence into completing projects that have a lasting impact. We persevere until we deliver real, lasting solutions.

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No challenge is too big for us

For more than 110 years, we’ve bridged cultures and connected continents to champion peace, fight illiteracy and poverty, promote clean water and sanitation, and fight disease.

Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change —
across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.

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