District 5010 has undertaken a long-range planning process to better prepare for the future of Rotary in our Alaska-Yukon region. We invite you to view the plan and a short video presentation.

Review The Plan and Watch a Video

You can download the 2016-19 plan, priorities and action steps here:  http://goo.gl/xmQyrr or from the Documents link on the right side of this page.  We request that you take a few minutes to review it and also listen to a video presentation about the plan by the governor team (about 17 minutes): https://vimeo.com/168465360. For help with a club's presentation, there is also a PPT you can use:  https://goo.gl/KEL60j .  We are standing by for questions and to discuss our future direction in more detail, or provide resources to help your club with new areas of development.

Your Input = Plan Priorities

During the planning process, we listened carefully to the input you and your D5010 colleagues provided through the survey in December, your feedback to the goals and action steps in March. We also incorporated the many suggestions provided to the 15 Rotarians from throughout the district who have worked diligently since November on plan development.  Sincere appreciation to all D5010 Rotarians who contributed to this important process so that the plan best meets the needs of our clubs and members. 

Vote of Support

As the plan provides a shared direction for our district’s future, we are asking clubs for their support.  This is through a vote of your club prior to June 30.  You’ll be hearing more from your club’s leaders. The plan will go into effect on July 1 under Michelle O’Brien’s leadership as governor.

Your Club's Future

We also urge your club to consider creating a similar road map to strengthen your club today and lead it into the future.  Rotary clubs with long range plans report greater success attracting and engaging members, building greater impact from their projects and achieving a positive public image.

Thank you for your important role in charting the future of Rotary in District 5010.