APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE FOR THE 2020-21 ROTARY YEAR Please look for these applications:
Hugh Archer Awards – 2021 award
Inventor, engineer, executive, humanitarian, scientist, businessman Past Rl President (1989-1990) and Dearborn Rotarian Hugh M. Archer was all those things and more, making him one of Rotary’s “Renaissance Men”. Hugh Archer died on July 15, 2005 in Dearborn Michigan, and his legacy to Rotary lives on in the hearts and minds of Rotarians worldwide. Hugh’s great belief was that Rotarians enjoyed their meetings, enjoyed service, enjoyed informality and enjoyed getting to know one another. The Rl theme for his year was pure Hugh Archer: Enjoy Rotary”. District 6400 and his home club established these awards to honor Hugh during his year as Rotary International President. The Archer award is for a New Project either for an individual club or collaborative with 2 or more clubs
Completed applications should be emailed to DGE Aruna Koushik: email@example.com by April 9th, 2021
Hedke Awards 2020-21 Rotary Year
There is a survey monkey where you will complete all questions and some free form areas for response. We recommend that you do the questions on the worksheet and then submit all items thru Survey Monkey. All applications must be done through Survey Monkey Link.
Please note that this year’s Hedke is different from past years. Questions that required a subjective response have been eliminated. In their place are several questions at the end of the survey to which your club can submit a “free form” response. Please make sure you read those questions carefully and prepare your answers as directed. Failure to upload that document could result in a significant loss of points and penalize your club’s score.
Remember once you start the Hedke in Survey Monkey, Please exit and go back into it via the same computer, to avoid having to redo the entire application. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Hedke2020-21
The Council of Governor’s (COG) award is the premier award of District 6400 and it is designed to recognize individuals for their exemplary past and continuing service to the District and to their Club. Just as the cog represents an integral working part of the Rotary logo wheel, the individual represents a vital moving part of the Rotary Wheel of Service. The COG Award is designed to recognize an individual, currently active, for outstanding service in one or more of the five avenues of service including continued service to the individual’s club. Please consider nominating one of your club members for this award. With the member’s name, please highlight their contributions to the club and to the District. Please email DG Noel Jackson with your nominations by April 9th, 2021.
To see who has already won a COG Award, download list here: COG-Winners
Rotary Road Trips:
ROTARY ROAD TRIP
(A Rotary passport to Service Activity)
HOW TO PLAY! Deadline April 1, 2021
Your assignment is to complete four Rotary Road Trips during the Rotary year 2020-21.
A qualifying Road Trip will include four (4) members of your Rotary Club.One Road Trip must be international. US clubs can count MTG in Harrow, CDN clubs can count One Rotary Summit. Or just cross the border for a club meeting or activity.
Complete a page of this “Passport to Fellowship” for each visit. Be sure to have your Passport signed by District Governor Noel on the occasion of his ofcial visit to your club. Submit completed Passports to Governor Noel or to your AG by April 1, 2021 for special recognition at DisCon 2021
Click on this link for full information on the Passport program:http://rotary6400.org/?page_id=325
Other Awards: Deadline for the following awards is April 1, 2021. All of these award submissions may be either given to appropriate individual in person or scanned and emailed to the addresses provided below. All of these awards should be submitted to
- DGN Traci Sincock firstname.lastname@example.org
- Best Communications. Please submit 2-4 samples of social media highlighting information about District, Rotary International, and Rotary Foundation activities. Please highlight the social media(s) you use. Forward it with a cover note to DGN Traci Sincock email@example.com
- Best New Member Orientation Program. Provide a one sheet explaining your clubs New Member Orientation program to DGN Traci Sincock firstname.lastname@example.org
- Membership Award- Percentage and Net Gain. This award will be given on the basis of information recorded at RI by comparing the July 1, 2019 membership with the April 1, 2020 membership. Two awards will be given if the club with the net gain is different than the club with greatest percentage increase. This information is obtained by Governor and Membership Chair (via Rotary International)
- Greatest total number and greatest per capita number of Peace Chain Links.
- Polio Fundraising Awards (Greatest total number and greatest per capita number.)
- Volunteer Hours Award (One per Area)
Rotary International Awards – Individual Recognitions
To get more information and the nomination process and forms type “Rotary
International Recognize Individual Awards” into your browser search engine.
Clubs can honor a Rotarian who participates in service activities in one of the five Avenues of Service -club, vocational, community, international, and youth service. Nominations are made by the club presidents at any time during the year and the awards is a certificate delivered electronically.
After a Rotarian has received each of the five district-level awards, they are eligible for
Rotary’s overall Avenues of Service Award.