Posted by: alexswallow | July 15, 2013

How to… become more involved in your District

Rotaract in Great Britain & Ireland (RGBI)

In the first of our ‘How to…’ series of blog posts we look at how Rotaractors can get more involved in their Districts.  We interviewed two current DRRs to find out more about what a DRR is, and what it involves!

What is a DRR?!!

Michael Ziedins: DRR is short for District Rotaract Representative 

What exactly does a DRR do?

MZ: The role is incredibly important as you facilitate communication between the clubs and the Rotary District committee; in effect you lead the Rotaractors within the district.

Guy Boocock: As a DRR you are required to help with the communication between Rotaractors, Clubs, and the Rotary District committee through the Rotaract District Chair (Rotarian) and the District Governor. Ideally you should have a seat on the Rotary Council to ensure the top level is aware of what is going on and that they support you and to make starting…

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