Rotary District 6990 Governor, Joe Roth
- July 24, 2014
-- Our Rotary District 6990 Governor, Joe Roth and Anita Sandler, Scholar Selection Chair, will appear the UM Radio Program/WVUM 90.5 FM July 27th to talk about Rotary, what it is and does in the world, District work for 2014-2015, and PASSION!
Go to wvum.org and click "listen online” as an option. The phone number to call is 786-309-8861.
The Rotary Clubs of District 6990 have served the diverse regions of Southeast Florida, the Florida Keys and the Grand Bahama Island community since the chartering of the Rotary Club of Key West in 1916. In 1970, Grand Bahama Island became part of the district by a Rotary International Presidential decision. As part of the largest international service organization in the world, Rotarians specialize in providing humanitarian services to our neighborhoods, our youth, our members’ vocations and to the world we live in.
District 6990 is a tropical paradise, home to more than 2,000 Rotarians belonging to over 50 clubs. It is one of the most unique Districts in the Rotary world! What makes District 6990 so unique is that it is nestled in the only subtropical climate zone in the US and it is one of the few international districts based in the continental United States that draws its membership from three Florida counties and Grand Bahama Island in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.