Posted by Sharon Schendel on Sep 16, 2018
Banner welcomes attendees
Marta Knight leads a session on the qualities of effective leaders and developing good projects
Past District Governor Carl Kruse outlined how ethics fits into all Rotary Lines of Service
Janice Kurth, District 5340 Rotary Foundation Chair and Past District Governor (and Rotary Club of Del Mar member) discussed how donations to the Rotary Foundation help support current and future projects
Over 70 club president-elects, presidents, and others on the leadership track in Rotary gathered on the University of San Diego campus at the Joan B. Kroc Center for Peace and Justice to gain insight into the qualities of effective leaders, ways to build and sustain club membership, develop projects and fundraisers, and ways that contributions to The Rotary Foundation can strengthen clubs worldwide.  District Governor Mel Gallegos, along with District Governor-Elect Marta Knight and Past District Governors Marge Cole, Karl Cruse and Janice Kurth led sessions on a variety of topics designed to ensure that future club leaders have the tools they need to sustain the vitality of their clubs.  Rotarians in attendance had the chance to work in small groups to share ideas about what programs have been effective for their clubs and ways that Rotary can continue to flourish at the club, district, and international level.