For submissions to the District Calendar:

What types of club events may be posted to the District 5150 calendar?

Key club fundraising or other singular events which you want other Rotarians and non-Rotarians who will visit the District 5150 to attend. This does not include weekly meetings of your club.

How can District 5150 clubs submit events to the calendar?

If your club uses the Clubrunner platform for your website, you can simply use the built-in calendar tool and "push" the event to the District website

1) Open the calendar entry for your event

2) Scroll the to bottom and select "Show event in District Calendar"

3) Click Save

If your club does not use Clubrunner, you can submit your event information to: Marc McLeran at  Please include the following in your email to Marc:

  • WORD Document with all the information you want the district to post.  This way we don’t retype everything your team has already written down.
  • JPEG format in high resolution of any pictures describing the event.
  • LINK to registration (Ideally on your website or club facebook page)
  • (optional) A Flier with an “eye-catching” picture/photograph/graphic to trigger interest in the event.
  • The flier should also include:
    • Current Rotary branding (go to, the RI site Branding Center).
    • Date
    • Time
    • Location
    • Cost, if any
    • Contact person and his/her contact information
    • Identity of sponsoring club(s)

For submissions to the District Blog:

What is a blog?

The word “blog” is a website or feature on a website which can be a diary of thoughts, opinions and ideas or reflects commentaries or descriptions. Individuals and businesses use blogs to share thoughts or promote their products or services; some may have an educational purpose to showcase what the blogger knows in order to attract a following.  This means that the “message” or content of the blog needs to be relevant, current, and interestingly written.

How can your club use the District blog to promote your club?

Use the blog to create a following for your club or share the “message” you want to get out about your club.  If a non-Rotarian is viewing the blog, what do you want that person to know to encourage interest in your club, in Rotary? For other Rotarians, what about your club would drive their interest and desire to attend your club events and get to know your club members?

What do you need to submit?

  • 200 words or less written text.
  • An image (graphic/photo) that enhances the content of the blog.
Please contact/send to: Nicolas, Jonathan at