Official Visit Schedule
Once a year the District Governor makes an official visit to each club in the District. The Governor will be the Clubs program for the day. 
 
Check back for the 2024-2025 Schedule
 
District Leadership Bios
(Hershey)
 
 
(Carlisle)
 
 
(Palmyra)
 
 
Speakers List
Click here to find a list of available speakers recommended by other clubs in the District. 
General Liability Insurance
Rotary Learning Center
Whether you are a veteran leader or a new one, the new and updated Rotary Learning Center has all the resources you need to help you understand best practices.  Click here to check out the new course catalog!
Pre-PETS
Watch the video from Pre-PETS on February 12!
You can click on the links below to view the Powerpoint slides that were used!
 
2024-2025 RI Theme Announced
Rotary President-elect Stephanie Urchick revealed the 2024-2025 presidential theme, The Magic of Rotary: "We are not going to end polio or bring peace to the world by waving a wand. It's up to you. You create the magic with every project completed..."
Enter Club Committee Chairs in the District Website
  1. In www.rotary7390.org in the top right corner, click on “Member Login”
  2. Enter your Login Name & Password (If you have not created an account yet, click on “New & Existing Users: retrieve login and/or reset password”.
  3. Once logged into the website, it will take you to the home page again. Look in the top right corner and it will say “Welcome, your name”, “Member Area”, “Logout”.
  4. Click on “Member Area”.
  5. In the tabs across the top, click on “For Clubs”.
  6. Then underneath, click on “Define Club Executives”.
  7. Enter your Club committee chairs!
Applying for Grants
All Clubs requesting a grant, MUST complete a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and submit it to the District Office. The 2023-2024 and 2024-2025 Club Presidents need to sign the MOU. At least one Club member, but preferable 2 or 3 must complete the on-line grant training. Click here to complete the 4 on-line grant training modules. 
 
District Club Grants
District Club Grant projects support short-term, humanitarian projects that benefit local or foreign communities. Once a year, a club may request grant funds for a project or may collaborate with another club's project. There is a maximum of five clubs per project.
 
District Club Grant Application - Due April 30, 2024
 
Global Grants
Global Grants support international projects  with budgets of at least $35,000 in one of The Rotary Foundation's Areas of Focus.  The District will typically match contributions from clubs; The Rotary Foundation will match amount given by District, at a rate determined by TRF.  To begin the Global Grant application process, a club should submit the District 7390 Global Grant Intention Form.
 
 
Rotary International Vision Statement
“Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.”
Club Presentations
Dues & Budgeting
Best Club Awards
The purpose of the District 7390 “Best Club” Awards is to encourage Clubs to aggressively pursue excellence through friendly competition with like sized clubs. To encourage participation there are 6 Club size categories, based upon the membership reported on the June 30, 2024 Semi-Annual Report. The Club’s category will not change throughout the Rotary year even if its membership rises or declines. Any new Clubs will be assigned based upon the number of charter members.
 
The deadline to submit the award form is July 30, 2025. Check back for the award form.  
 
The 2023-2024 categories are:
  • Extra Small (Less than 15 Members)
  • Small (16-25 Members)
  • Medium (26-35 Members)
  • Large (36-45 Members)
  • Extra Large (46-85 Members)
  • Extraordinary (86 or More Members)
The 2023-2024 Recipients of the Best Club Awards were: 
  • Extra Small - 
  • Small - 
  • Large - 
  • Extra Large - 
  • Extraordinary - 
2024-2025 DG Citation
Check back for more information.