From the Governors Desk

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Rtn Joseph Mathew

My dear fellow Rotarians of Dist. 3181   At the outset let me congratulate all Presidents, Secretaries and the team of office bearers who will be taking over office on the 1st of July. It is indeed my privilege to thank all of you for having taken time out and attended my Installation ceremony. I am indeed blessed to have you all as Rotarians in our District. Friends, I would like to take this opportunity to place before you, briefly, our annual district goals and objectives. Once we become familiar with the goals, it becomes that much easier for us to work cohesively. First and foremost, work towards making the club stronger and more cohesive. Involve every member in some way.Strong clubs are respected both within Rotary and outside of Rotary too.Seek to create a greater diversity in your club’s membership profile. Involve every Rotarian in the club in some way or the other. If this is achieved, retention is automatic. Contribution to TRF is important since it is very closely linked to our theme. TRF is the gold thread that connects. It connects clubs from one corner to the other. It connects clubs and Rotarians with beneficiaries spread across the planet. Truly it emphasises our RI President’s theme, “Rotary Connects the World”. I cannot stress enough the importance of having signature projects. Local communities will very easily be able to identify Rotary with that project, and visibility will be high. Work closely with the youth, especially the Interactors and Rotaractors. Not only will they have inculcated Rotary values, they are potential Rotarians who can add strength and vigour to clubs. Outside of Rotary too, we need to connect well with the society at large. It is through these image building exercises that we inspire and attract fresh and talented people into the Rotary fold Across the world, countries and the civic society are fully engaged in trying to reverse climate change. We do not have many years for this. We need to act now. Clubs may think of activities like tree plantation drives, creating awareness about plastics and pollution, along with local people, schools and colleges. We can also help the environment by encouraging the following of the 4 R’s: Reduce (needs), Recycle(things), Reuse(where ever possible) and Refuse(if you really don’t need it). Friends, I would like to conclude this issue on a positive note. Together, we can achieve great things. Ours is a vibrant and dynamic District. Let us work in the best possible ways and make it a model District. Till we meet next, Yours in Rotary, Rtn Joseph Mathew DG RID 3181, 2019-20.

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About Us

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Welcome to Rotary District 3181

District 3181 was created in 2016 when the erstwhile Rotary district 3180 was bifurcated into Rotary Districts 3181 and 3182. Today, District 3181 comprises of the revenue districts of Mysore, Kodagu, Dakshina Kannada and Chamarajanagar covering 64 Rotary Clubs in 9 zones. District 3181 was created in 2016 when the erstwhile Rotary district 3180 was bifurcated into Rotary Districts 3181 and 3182. Today, District 3181 comprises of the revenue districts of Mysore, Kodagu, Dakshina Kannada and Chamarajanagar covering 64 Rotary Clubs in 9 zones

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