International and District Officers
2018 - 2019 Rotary President Barry Rassin
Rotary Club of East Nassau
New Providence, Bahamas
2018 - 2019 Theme
2018 - 2019 District 6970 Governor Jeanette Loftus
Rotary Club of Flagler County
Palm Coast, Florida
Welcome to the NE Florida E-Club
Welcome to the Rotary of Northeast Florida E-Club. We are Rotary District 6970's 61st club receiving our charter from Rotary International on April 16, 2015. Club membership is made up from individuals who reside in the 12 counties of the northeast corner of Florida - Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Marion, Nassau, Putnam, St. Johns, Union, and Volusia.
Many members of our club are individuals who could not meet the weekly meeting requirements of a terra club due to professional or personal commitments. Their membership in our club gives them access to their club anywhere, 24 hours a day, six days a week. Also, our club affords Rotarians the opportunity to do make up meetings with us when they are unable to attend their home club meetings.
2018 - 2019 Rotary of Northeast Florida E-Club Board of Directors
Latanya Peterson, President
Gene Gstohl, President Elect
Sandra Hartley, Secretary-Treasurer
Ann Breidenstein, Foundation Chair
Brittnee Fisher, Director
Kim Roberts, Director
If you are a visiting Rotarian wishing to make up a meeting with our club, please select the tab at the top entitled "Visiting Rotarian". Sign in as a "Visiting Rotarian" to get you started. Once in, click "Next" at the bottom of the Member Interest page. This information is for members only.
Rotary International requires that visiting Rotarians who plan to use our club for a make-up spend a minimum of 20 minutes in the site. The program portion of the meeting will provide you with the 20 minutes you need. However, you are invited to visit the entire meeting.
A minimum donation of 5.00 is required and must be separate from any additional contribution. To donate more, please go back to the main menu and click on the Donation link. Make your contribution in the Miscellaneous category.
To receive credit for your visit, please print your $5.00 receipt to give to your club secretary.
2017 - 2018 Club Activities
Here are some of the highlights of the club's work during the past year.
- July District Governor Brent Coates’ Visit
- August Elementary School Supply Project
- October Membership Social
- October Literacy Reading Project
- October World Polio Day
- October Fall Frolics at St. Johns River State College in Palatka with Rotaract
- November Holiday Wreath Fundraiser
- November Family Resource Connection Foster Child Project
- December Rotaract Social
- December Senior Santa Holiday Gift Giving and Visit
- January Clay County Literacy Coalition Trivia Night
- January Make a Difference Day Literacy Project
- January The Nolan Carroll Kids’ Classic Golf Tournament
- March President-Elect Training for Incoming Club President & Rotaract President
- March Family Magic Comedy Night Community Event
- March International Firefighter's Day “Sound Off” Project
- March Senior Citizen Flower Project
- March Easter Baskets for Senior Citizens
- April Rotaract Diaper Drive for Child Abuse Prevention Month
- April District Assembly
- May New Member Induction Ceremony
- May Pre-School Supply Project in Adnem Quepem Taluka GOA – southern India
- May Accelerated Reader Project (literacy)
- June New Member Induction Ceremony & Induction of Officers
- June Two Students (Clay & Putnam) Attend Rotary Youth Leadership Award Program
Contributions to The Rotary Foundation and the End Polio Campaign.
Foundation: $3,450 Polio: $500
Who Can Join the E-Club?
If you are interested in joining our club, you need to be in one of the following categories:
- Eligible prospective members located in northeast Florida with no previous membership in Rotary, who wish to be involved in community and international service projects, and who could effectively serve through an online meeting format.
- Eligible prospective members, who were formerly, but are not currently, members of a Rotary club.
- Young eligible prospective members who are under the age of 35 who cannot fit the standard Rotary meeting format into their schedule or justify the financial commitment.
- Current Rotarians who are unable to sustain standard Rotary club membership due to extensive business commitments, health issues, geographical isolation, or a mobile lifestyle, but desire to continue their service commitment through Rotary.
Club Meetings and Format
Call to Order: 6:00 p.m. on Saturday
Adjournment: 6:00 p.m. on the following Friday
All Rotary meetings consist of two parts: 1) Welcome/Call to Order/General Club Information 2) Program. Members are expected to participate in both parts of each weekly meetings.
- Please contact Club Secretary/Treasurer Sandra Hartley at email@example.com to get an application.
- An initiation fee of $25 must be submitted with your application form.
- Dues are $125 per calendar quarter. Members are encouraged to pay on line.
- Weekly attendance is required. If you are unable to make a weekly meeting, you are expected to make it up. Check with your club secretary on how to make up a meeting.
- Members should plan to participate in club service projects, social events, and collaborative projects whenever possible.
Service Above Self, One Profits Most Who Serves Best