District and Club Events Calendars

Upcoming District Events
Subject to change 
- All District Events will be virtual until further notice
Grants Committee Meeting
ZOOM Meeting
Mar 06, 2023 6:00 PM
Membership Steering Committee Meeting
ZOOM Meeting
Mar 07, 2023 6:00 PM
Grants Committee Meeting
ZOOM Meeting
Apr 03, 2023 6:00 PM
Membership Committee Meeting
ZOOM Meeting
Apr 06, 2023 6:00 PM
District 6630 Conference of Clubs - Save the Dates
Apr 28, 2023 8:00 AM –
Apr 29, 2023 11:00 PM
Grants Committee Meeting
ZOOM Meeting
May 01, 2023 6:00 PM
Membership Steering Committee Meeting
ZOOM Meeting
May 09, 2023 6:00 PM
District Finance Meeting
ZOOM Meeting
May 16, 2023 5:00 PM
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Planning is underway for our District 6630 Conference of Clubs and District Leadership Assembly being held April 28-29, 2023 at Cleveland Marriott East in Beachwood.

This conference is for ALL Rotarians and we want to give all of you a special opportunity to help promote your club and/or businesses through placing an ad or message in the conference printed program, website, social media highlights and other publicity we are planning. 

Your message could receive 1,200,000 impressions!    

Click here for details and various levels available that list the benefits you receive.

We also welcome non-Rotarians to place an ad, so if you know or do business with someone who might benefit from the exposure, please feel free to share this accordingly.

The deadline for all sponsorship commitments and ad submissions is APRIL 1, 2023. 

There are six slots for full page, full color ads and all other ads are black and white and vary in size.  Ads are first come-first served, so act quickly!

Be sure to also save the date to attend!!  Registration and hotel links will be sent soon.


February 2023
February is World Understanding / Peace Building and Conflict Prevention month, which is one of the cornerstones of Rotary International. This past year the world has seen the effects of Global Conflict with the war in the Ukraine, the tensions between global powers, supply chain demands and the tensions in our own economy and communities. Now more than ever WE Rotarians around the world, in Ohio and in our district have taken action to help those in need. 
It has been said that poverty, inequality, ethnic tension, lack of access to education, and unequal distribution of resources are some of the triggers of conflicts in our world.  Our recent global pandemic has certainly altered their experiences at home, school and in the community, and the effect on mental health should not be understated. Rates of anxiety and depression are documented to have significantly increased, and certainly played a role on interrupting peace for those affected by these stresses. Providing mental health support will undoubtedly reduce conflict and promote peace.
I am encouraged by many of our club service projects and your continued support of our youth programs. Our clubs are actively engaged in mentoring their sponsored Rotaract and Interact clubs. Your support of our youth in RYLA, the Four Way Test speech contest, Interaction and our District Youth Exchange program help us to develop young leaders that will understand how to positively adjust in our ever changing world.
DID YOU KNOW – that Rotary has Centers for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution? That they offer a Rotary Peace Fellowship program that includes a two-year Master’s Degree Program as well as a 3-month certificate program?  That OUR District has sponsored 15 Peace Fellows?
Each year, The Rotary Foundation awards up to 50 fellowships for master’s degrees and 80 for certificate studies at premier universities.  Those who attend will be a part of tomorrow's solution in promoting greater tolerance and cooperation among people worldwide. Rotary World Peace Fellows, who are chosen from a wide variety of countries, can help future leaders advance knowledge and understanding.
Centers for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution are located in seven leading universities around the world, three of which are located in the United States.  Rotary Centers provide Fellows the chance to study in a master's level program in conflict resolution, peace studies, international relations, and other related disciplines.
Rotary Peace Fellows work toward mediation, conflict resolution, and peace where there is war, understanding where there is disharmony, food security where there is hunger, health care where there is disease, education where there is illiteracy, conservation where there is environmental degradation, and sustainable economic development where there is poverty.
The Rotary Peace fellowship program includes a two-year Master’s Degree Program as well as a 3-month certificate program. 
At a time when the world seems to be on edge, I again thank our clubs for promoting peace and conflict prevention and I encourage all our Clubs to be intentional in building peace through service.
Have you hugged your AG lately? Seriously, this is a special shout-out to all of our Assistant Governors. In addition to their unique relationships with your clubs, these volunteers also frequently work behind the scenes on your behalf.  Thank you, AGs, for bragging about the clubs in your area, and for all you do!
All-Ohio Presidents-Elect Training Seminar is a multi-district P.E.T.S. training seminar supporting the five Rotary Districts in Ohio. It serves all of the Rotary Clubs in Ohio — more than 250 clubs. This event brings together the club and district officers for inspiration, education and fellowship opportunities. There are almost 550 participants.
During the weekend you will meet your fellow Presidents-Elect classmates and develop new and lasting friendships, and of course learn about the operations of a successful Rotary Club.
You will hear presentations by Rotary leaders. You will participate in discussions led by the workshop facilitators, all of whom were outstanding club presidents. You will meet the leaders of your district. Your District Governor-elect, aided by your assistant governors, will conduct special district meetings.
The entire program is designed so you can JOIN LEADERS – EXCHANGE IDEAS - TAKE ACTION during your year as a successful club president.
Come and meet RI President-elect Gordon McInally and his wife Heather.  2023-24 theme CREATE HOPE in the WORLD
David E Jones
Rotary District 6630 District Governor 2022-2023
Cell Phone: 330.603.4107       


My name is Jessica Cobb, and I am the Professional Development Chair for the Rotaract Club of Baldwin Wallace University/Berea. Our club is hosting a Professional Development networking event during our meeting on February 21 at 9:00 PM. This event will be hosted on Zoom and will be completely virtual.

Our club members come from a wide variety of majors, so we are looking for a diverse group of Rotarians to discuss their career paths and involvement with Rotary. We hope this will give our Rotaractors a chance to learn more about their career interests, and also provide an excellent networking opportunity for our members to connect with the Rotarians in District 6630. 

The first 15 minutes of the meeting will be our club meeting- you are more than welcome to come for this portion! Around 9:15, we would like the Rotarians to give a short introduction of themselves, including name, career path/experience, involvement in Rotary and what club they are a member. Following the introductions, Rotarians will be put into separate breakout rooms where the Rotaractors can join a breakout room that best suits their interests. Ideally, we would like the Rotarians to have a short presentation prepared to share information about their career and answer any questions Rotaractors may have. These breakout rooms will last about 20-25 minutes.

Key points to address in breakout rooms include: 

· How/why you chose this career path

· Advice you would give to someone pursuing this career

· Any personal experience that you would like to add

· How your career has shaped your life

· Any overlaps between your career and Rotary

· How Rotary impacts your personal and/or professional life

On behalf of all members of the Baldwin Wallace University Rotaract Club, we would love to have you join us for this event. If you are available to speak at this event, please RSVP to Jessica by Monday, February 13th by emailing Additionally, please do not hesitate to reach out via email with any questions.

Thank you so much for your time and your continued support of the Baldwin Wallace University Rotaract Club.


Jessica Cobb

What a perfect setting on a rainy winter day on January 29th! 
A big thanks to club Past President, Linda Boardman for hosting the E-ClubNEO social at her Acorn & Evergreen Floral Studio. 
E-ClubNEO member and manager of the studio, Sarah Brittingham did a fabulous job organizing the event - special thanks to her parents for the extra tables and chairs! 
Guests gathered in the garden room where we all enjoyed marvelous food, inspiring and delightful fellowship, and also discussed future service projects for the club. 
A special shout out to August Thomas Craig born January 27th. He is the new baby of club secretary Juleta and her husband Tom!  
The Chili Open is the fund raising arm of The Rotary Club of Akron that takes place annually on the first Saturday in February. 
All proceeds of the event go to the Akron Rotary Camp for Children with Special Needs.

Presented by Wayne Homes

The 2023 Akron Rotary Chili Open Golf Classic

Saturday, February 4, 2023 | 9:00 am - 3:00 pm |Hale Farm and Village

2686 Oak Hill Road • Bath, Ohio 44210



Click to purchase tickets, tables, horses and Super Bowl Squares:

Annual Pancake Breakfast at Shaker Lakes Returns for 2023!

Ready to enjoy pancakes?! Bring the family and leave breakfast to the Heights of Greater Cleveland Rotary Club on Saturday, Feb. 25th at the Nature Center of Shaker Lakes.
Our club will once more co-sponsor a pancake breakfast in conjunction with the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes. Join us between 8 AM and noon for a homemade pancake breakfast, and while at the Nature Center, learn more about the habits and habitats of birds, enjoy a craft at the front desk, take a guided nature hike, and meet live birds. Cost: $10 adults, $5 children ages 4 and under.
All ticket proceeds generated through this site benefit the Heights of Greater Cleveland Rotary Club and our service areas of the Environment, Community Outreach, and Education. 
Tickets can also be purchased in person from any club member; email Club President Candice Hazelwood to learn more.

Buy tickets to the 24th Annual Wine and Roses Charity Fundraiser!

For complete event information go to:
Click here to buy tickets
By attending this event, you will help us support our countywide strategic partner charities, The Children’s Center of Medina County and Feeding Medina County.
Below is a list of the other charities & causes we support.
  • Buckeye Boys and Girls State
  • Medina County District Library
  • ESC - County Fair Ensemble & Chorus
  • ESC - Ink Spot Publication
  • Miracle League of Northeast Ohio
  • Empower Sports
  • Society of Handicapped Citizens
  • Back to School Supplies for Underprivileged Students
  • Let’s Make A Difference
  • Cups Cafe
  • County Forward Fund
  • Live Inspired
  • Project Learn
  • Medina Creative Housing
  • Rotary Polio Plus
  • Shelter Box
  • Sanyuka Orphanage in Uganda
  • 9/11 Memorial Park Maintenance and Annual Remembrance Program
  • Exchange Student Program - Inbound and Outbound Students
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Awakening Camp Tuition
  • College and Vocational Scholarships

Become an event sponsor!

Click here to view our sponsorship levels
This is a great chance to join the Exchange Students for the CAVS game against the Philadelphia 76ers’ on March 15, 2023.
All Rotarians and friends are welcome for the pregame reception and CAVS game on the 15th.
The reception with the students begins at 5:00 pm and includes a snack with soft drinks at the Clevelander Bar and Grille ,at 834 Huron Street, Cleveland, Ohio.
In addition, we will have a few door prizes and a raffle for the exchange students and their guests.
This has always been a fun night, a chance to see the young CAVS and have some great fellowship.
Please see the flyer attached to order tickets. Any questions, call Stew at 330-607-1442.
GO CAVS!!!!!!


Clubs have been adding speakers but we want more!!  Please follow the directions to add your speakers for others to considering inviting to speak.
This page is designed to help clubs find and share speaker information. 
This is only effective with your input.  The page will include speaker names and contact information submitted from Clubs.
To submit a speaker name:  On the page is a short form you can complete with the speaker name and information. 
After you submit that form we will post the information. 
If you need help, just let me know!
Cheryl Warren, PDG
Website Administrator

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