Rotary District 7870 Information Center
If love is the language for all generations across all continents, Rotary Leadership Institute should be the language of all Rotarians! Here is what you will get from attending RLI sessions:
1.Personal Growth and Development: RLI sessions enable you to enhance your human relations and personal development skills. Every module of this program is interactive with long time, (sometimes multi-generational Rotarians), and new Rotarians! You will learns something new every time.
2. Continuing Education: While Rotary doesn’t officially call what you learn at RLI continuing education with CEU’S, every program developed and designed for RLI teaches valuable information about Rotary in the community, our nation, and the world. Each topic presented provides an opportunity to learn from a variety of different participants and facilitators.
3. Fun: Rotary Leadership Institute is fun, a lot of fun! Each topic is interesting and fun. The class projects are fun. Social interaction is fun.
Rotary’s code of ethics, our “Four Way Test,” reminds us to be gracious, generous, and positive in our dealings with others—to enhance relationships with others rather than diminishing others or selfishly boosting ourselves.
You can register for our D7870 virtual RLI at for Parts I, II & III and our Graduate Program (Succession Planning) being held on Tuesday & Thursday, 3/19 & 3/21 from 6pm to 9pm. Both days are necessary in order to obtain your graduation certificate.
If you have any questions or need help with enrolling, please contact
Rotary District 7870 Foundation

Christopher Parkinson, DG 2007-2008,
18 Senna Way, Moultonborough, New Hampshire 03254

July 28, 2023 The Amigos Leadership Team would like to announce that the 2024 mission trip will leave on Saturday,January 27th and return on Saturday, February 3rd.

I am pleased to announce that the team leaders will be Dave Lawrence, formerly of Springfield Rotary and currently with Lancaster PA Sunrise Rotary, and Steve Neuhoff, of the Henniker Rotary Club. The Medical Leader will be Kell Giffin of the Wallingford Rotary Club, and the Dental Leader will be Shannon Mills of the Concord Rotary Club. We are most fortunate to have such an experienced and capable leadership team. The size of the team will be capped at 25 team members. Priority will be given to medical and dental professionals, to District Rotarians, and team members that have been on previous teams.
This year District 7870 will continue working with our surrounding clubs and districts in offering the opportunity for our clubs to grow and strengthen leadership.
Membership growth is important, and retention is dependent on the quality of Rotary clubs. Clubs with good leadership will be more likely to involve their members in exciting service activities and programs helping maintain existing members and attract new members.
RLI is an interactive curriculum and courses are fun! Future club leaders will prepare for their club and community leadership roles while participating in a quality educational experience. RLI Faculty members are specifically chosen for their knowledge with specific topics, their Rotary knowledge, and their facilitation skills.
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