About Cheryl Bryan

Cheryl is the Public Image Committee Chair for 2017-19. She is a freelance business writer and copy editor, now working from Tennessee and serving Rotary through the Beyond Borders E-club. If you have suggestions for this website, please email her at [email protected] or phone 629.218.1242.

March 2019 Rotary District 5630 Newsletter

Contents: Message from DG Dale Schultz District Projects Reflect RI Themes – Don Peterson District 5630 Membership Campaign – Dian Edwards District Foundation Annual Fund Challenge Brand Center –  Ready to Use or Ready to Adapt- Cheryl Bryan Rotary Youth Exchange – Paula Witt March 22 – World Water Day Global Grant Money in Action Polio […] [Continue Reading] ...read more

March 25 – District Grant Training via “Zoom”

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Announcing District Governor for 2021-22

Greetings,   It is my pleasure to announce to District 5630 the results of the District Governor Nominating Committee. I thank these committee members for their work: Koby Rickertsen, Don Peterson, Dian Edwards, Ron Bazata, and Jerry Milner.   Their choice is a Rotarian who served as his club’s president, and has been involved in […] [Continue Reading] ...read more

December 2018 District Newsletter

Contents: Message from DG Dale Schultz RevUp Membership! –  Dian Edwards, District Membership Chair Someone You Should Know. Meet DAA Lori O’Brien. District Clubs Making a Difference in India – Don Peterson, District Foundation Chair How to Create Effective Social Media Content – Cheryl Bryan, District Public Image Chair Polio Plus Update – Delane Wycoff, District Polio Plus Chair Rotary Youth Exchange  […] [Continue Reading] ...read more

Call for DG Nominations

The District 5630 Nominating Committee is accepting completed application forms for Governor of District 5630 for Rotary Year 2021 – 2022. The application deadline is December 31, 2018. As provided in our District 5630 Bylaws, the Nominating Committee is comprised of the five most recent Past District Governors residing in the District, with the Immediate Past District Governor serving […] [Continue Reading] ...read more