Documents Resources

Club President Job Description

Club President Manual

Club Roles Information

Club Leadership Plan / Be a Vibrant Club

Rotary Club Health Check

19-20 Presidential Theme & Citation

19-20 DG Visit Schedule

19-20 Club Dues & Fees

My Rotary Power Point

2018 Foundation Celebration Thank You Posters
POA Photo Editor


District Assembly (Webinars)

(July 22, 2019)

(July 23, 2019)

Youtube Link

One Rotary Summit Fall 2020

PETS Training Materials

Club Board Handbook Samples

Meeting Schedule / Report

2019-20 Goals Worksheet


Club Resources

District Awards
19-20 Awards Checklist
19-20 Awards Criteria

Rotary Templates 

2020-21 Club Finances

The Four-Way Test Isn't a Tool to Judge Others. (article)

District 5960 Resource Links (7.13.20)

Club Member Expectations

Guiding Principles

Club Fundraisers

Club Goals Sample

PETS Training Posters

18-19 Insurance

Certificate of Insurance 
How to fill out Certificate Form
FAQ-18-19 Common Insurance Concerns

D5960 Grants

2020-2021 QRG Grants 
2020-21 MOU  fillable
2020-21 Addendum to the MOU Fillable


Awards Checklist

Awards Criteria

Welcome incoming Club Presidents.  You have an important task ahead of you... leading your club in effective way that makes a difference!  You are not alone. Being president can be overwhelming. You still have a job and other commitments - and some days it seems like being a president is a full-time endeavor.  Be confident that others have gone through what you are facing and have survived.  
Here are three suggestions to make sure that your year as president is all about ROTARY: ROTARY OPENS OPPORTUNITIES.
1.There are past presidents in your club and District leaders who are ready and able to help you. Contact your Area Assistant Governor.
2.Utilize Rotary International Learning Center - (Scroll to the bottom for "How To" Video by DG Ed Marek)
3.Build your dream team of local club leaders. Select them; enlist them; train them.
2021-2022 District Leadership Team
District Governor: Kenny Klooster  (Greater Mankato Rotary Club)
email: Kenny Klooster
Office Administrator: Kathy Hughitt (Lakeville)
phone: 651-636-9054
District Office Address:
Rotary Intl District 5960
1700 West Hwy 36, Suite 820
Roseville, MN 55113
We continue to add to the Presidents Toolkit. Check back often.