Reconnecting Rotary Alumni – Let’s get started!.
Welcome to the Rotary District 6970 Alumni Association. This organization exists to help us all stay connected to Rotary, which has touched each of our lives in unique ways. Are you looking for a way to give back?  Would you like the opportunity to network with Rotarians and fellow Rotary alums? What about the joy of simply having fun with like-minded people who share a common bond from the worldwide Rotary experience?  We’re making plans for all of the above and we’re thrilled to have you take part in whichever way suits you best.

May 14, 2016 – our birthday​
St. Augustine, FL -- The brand new Rotary District 6970 Alumni Association received its charter May 14, 2016 at the District Conference and Assembly. Officers and club members present to receive the charter were delighted to take part in the memorable occasion.
 “Every alumnus has been a part of Rotary in the past and we now have a local entity to help reconnect each one to Rotary,” said Ken Baker, District 6970 Alumni Chair.
“Now that we’ve received our charter, the Alumni Association is very excited to move forward with planning service projects, social events and other activities to ensure that Rotary Alumni are a strong part of District 6970’s future,” said Roseanne Stocker, Alumni Association President.



How can we serve you?
The alumni association is all about you. There is no one formula for how a Rotary Alumni Association operates and communicates. Throughout the world, Rotary Alumni Associations exist is a variety of formats. Some are basically e-clubs. Others place the emphasis on service projects. Some offer networking opportunities, while others offer large social meetings or chances to get together and share ideas and talk about things Rotary is small gatherings. Help us understand your vision of what the District 6970 Alumni Association should be. Email us today.
Calling All Rotary Photos!​
Don’t be shy! One of the best ways to connect with fellow alumni is to share photos from our Rotary experiences from back in the day. That’s me, your president, in Mexico City when I was an Ambassadorial Scholar in 1983. My experiences in Mexico shaped my life for decades. Today I work with fellow Rotarians in Flagler Beach to help hunger-endangered farmworkers, many of whom are from Mexico, through our club’s Project Share. What’s your Rotary story? Please send us your photos for use in future newsletters and tell us how Rotary has impacted your life.


​Is there a webmaster in the house?
If you’d be willing to lend a hand and serve as Alumni Association Webmaster, please email us. Your services are needed and we promise not to take too much of your time. Please consider helping out – we’ll make it fun.