Upcoming Club Events
Becoming an NFL Official
May 14, 2024
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
10th Annual Butt Buster Smok'in BBQ
May 15, 2024
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Feed Northland Kids
Jun. 15, 2024
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Greater Kansas City Day/Rotary Day at the Monarchs

Please support the Rotary Youth Camp by participating in our Greater Kansas City Day/Rotary Day at the Monarchs events! We want to make it as easy as possible for everyone. There are three graphics attached. Please post on your websites, social media, share with your members, ask them to share on their social media,etc. We need to get the word out! I would appreciate it if you can let us know if your members are attending any or all of the events.
It is so easy to book tickets for the game on May 16th. 
-The Monarchs said you can just call the box office 913-328-5618. Tell them you are with Rotary and they will take care of the rest.
-Individual tickets can be purchased by following the attached flyer.
-Book group tickets for your club. Nick Restivo, Director of Ticket Sales is the point of contact for anyone who wants to book a group, which would be the fastest way to sell tickets. His email is nrestivo@monarchsbaseball.com. Don't forget to let Nick know your club name and that you are booking for GKC Day/Rotary Day at the Monarchs.

RLI Is For You

The Rotary Learning Institute (RLI) is a wonderful way for Rotarians to learn more about Rotary.  One of the best things participation in Rotary Leadership Institute verses the Rotary Learning Center is the discussions that take place between fellow Rotarians.  In our sessions, it has been hearing from Rotarians in other parts of the Rotary world.
Jerry Nolen
District 6060 District Governor Elect
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You are invited to, Celebrate Rotary Youth Camp's Centennial at their open house on Saturday, May 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  
Around the District
In the News
The Kirksville-Thousand Hills Rotary Club was featured in the Kirksville Daily Express for their donation to the shoes campaign.  You can read the story at https://www.kirksvilledailyexpress.com/stories/kirksville-thousand-hills-rotary-club-donates-to-shoe-campaign,17181.
Rotarians in Action
New Weston Rotary and Rotary 6040 grant project, first day drilling holes for two new lights at Weston's Holladay Park.  Next weekend concrete will be poured intothe holes to support new aluminum poles, allowed to set up, place new poles and remove old wooden poles. 
Shoes Recap
I am so pleased to share with you the attachment, which summarizes our 2024 Shoes for Orphan Souls collection activities in our great Rotary District 6040, along with the other Rotary Clubs throughout the great state of Missouri this year.
I hope you will enjoy reviewing this information, and sharing it with your clubs this week at your meetings.
We’re Number One! (and number two, number 5 & 6)
Our District is part of Zones 30 and 31. These zones cover a large swath of the mid-west and southern U.S. There are about 32 districts within our zones, and we are compared to other districts within the zones when it comes to things like Foundation giving, membership and other Rotary International priorities.
To this point, the Zone Coordinator for PolioPlus has notified Immediate Past District Governor, Kent Shelman and District PolioPlus Chair, that year to date we are:
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