This is a reminder to submit your interest for the District 5100’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Task Force. Rotary District 5100 has identified a need for a task force devoted to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. The objective of the task force will be to foster understanding and inclusivity within our Rotarian community made up of Rotary, Rotaract & Interact clubs. The task force will serve as a resource board and support network for those looking to address diversity, equity & inclusion within their respective clubs. The District is looking to fill the task force with 15 Rotarians, Rotaractors and Interactors that:
Once we receive interest, we will begin a more formal application process. The District leadership team is consulting with DEI subject matter experts on the selection process.
District 5100 is excited to support and grow alongside you as we look to create inclusive practices within our clubs and district. Thank you for your continued commitment to service and upholding the values of Rotary (Leadership, Friendship, Integrity, Diversity and Service).
There is a lot happening in our world today: Pandemic, racial tension, a heated national election cycle, and political & social division are just some of the things that dominate the nightly news.
Without deeply educating ourselves about the issues, it's hard to weed out what the facts truly are without bias and favoritism edging their way into the picture.
Our September 3 club meeting will focus primarily on the issue of human rights in the United States. Fellow Rotarian DeLano Morgan (Vancouver club) and his long-time friend and business partner Randy Novak will join us to provide some personal background and a unique perspective into how we approach the human rights issues through "Authentic Diversity".
As Rotary continues its efforts to reject systemic racism around the world, the Rotary Club of Three Creeks seeks more education and discussion around the issues of why, how and what we can do to make a difference.
True to President Kelley's theme for the year, this is an approach that Fosters Community, aims to educate, and avoids blame or confrontation.
Guests and visiting Rotarians are always welcome.
Click here to see the Zoom invitation for this meeting.
With its pop up food drive held last Saturday, the Rotary Club of Three Creeks collected more than a quarter ton of food for those feeling the pains of food insecurity in our community.
President Kelley Campbell and Membership Director Eric Lucescu gathered a combined total of 587 pounds of food and $100 for FISH of Vancouver. Kelley and Eric delivered the food, much of which included gluten free options.
Service Projects Director Andi Costello put together this food drive, with drop sites in Ridgefield and Hazel Dell. She strongly encouraged donors to consider giving gluten-free non-perishable items as local food pantries receive daily requests for gluten-free products.