District Training Assembly - Saturday, April 6th,  8:00 am - 12:45 pm
What better way to welcome new members to the family of Rotary. It’s time again to pull your team together and register for the District Training Assembly (DTA).  Once a year we gather to share ideas, fellowship and more than a few laughs.
If you are a President, President Elect, Club Secretary, Treasurer, Foundation Chair or Protection Officer- this assembly is for you!  Whether you are a new member or veteran member- there is something at DTA for everyone!
Interested in learning more about our year-long efforts at a District Strategic Plan- you won’t want to miss this opportunity to delve into the results and discuss implementation ideas.
DTA is a great way to get all of your club members, officers and committee chairs networking, engaged and aware of what’s happening with the clubs in our District. Your friends and neighboring Rotarians will be showcasing their great work, promoting opportunities and leading discussions on how their projects and ideas are taking flight. For example; you’ll have an opportunity to see what kinds of International projects need partners, to hear best practices in putting together collaborative projects, to learn about the progress our district is making in the Opioid Recovery process and you’ll be the first to hear the winning speech of the Four-Way test competition- It’s all happening during the DTA!
This year we are back to York County Community College in Wells, Maine. The Pratt-Whitney Building is a brand new, state-of-the-art facility with plenty of onsite parking. A more affordable training opportunity will be hard to come by.  At $20.00 per person- a fresh continental breakfast, loads of ideas and the highly coveted “time with friends” – all included.
Will your club be the one to win the “most members” or the “highest percentage” in attendance award? 
There’s only one way to find out- Register your team today!
Saturday, April 6th, 8:00 am - 12:45 pm - $20.00 per person
York County Community College
112 College Drive, Wells, Maine
Directions: Traveling either North or South on I-95
Take Exit 19 (Wells-Sanford)
Turn left onto Route 9 East
Approximately .25 mile, turn right @traffic light onto Chapel Road
In 1.8 miles turn right onto College Drive follow to the end arriving at YCCC
Need more information? Contact Michele Bois-Gilbody, District Trainer at michele@bois-gilbody.com