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There are four councils in District 7950, organized geographically. The councils operate independently of District 7950. Each club should appoint a delegate and one or more alternates as representatives at scheduled council meetings. All Rotarians may attend and participate in council meetings. Each council meeting counts as a makeup for a missed club meeting. A council coordinator serves as an advisor to the councils.

The purpose of the councils is:

  • networking within a geographic area,
  • inter-club fellowship activities,
  • joint service projects,
  • to provide a forum for discussion and sharing of ideas,
  • dissemination of Rotary information and education.

Council Coordinator
    Stanley Sorrentino

Cape Cod Council
Inter-State Council
West Bay Council
South Shore Council

  1. Attain 100% (66 Clubs) Participation in World Community Service Projects, Individual Club projects and/or District sponsored projects.
  2. Have each Club’s contribution to The Rotary Foundation’s Annual Giving program equate to a minimum average of $50 per member.
  3. Promote Rotary’s Global Quest of 1 new member every month for all clubs of the District.
  4. Concentrate all efforts to the second part of Rotary’s Global Quest of adding 3 new clubs to the District.
  5. Increase attendance at District Meetings/Seminars/Functions to 100% of District Clubs.
  6. Increase the number of District 7950 Rotary Foundation Benefactors by 25 and Permanent Fund Contributors by 2.
  7. Promote the District’s new Pilot Domestic Project re: First Time Offenders.
  8. Above all “HAVE FUN”.

As a Rotarian engaged in a business or profession, I am expected to:

  • Consider my vocation to be another opportunity to serve;
  • Be faithful to the letter and to the spirit of the ethical codes of my vocation, to the laws of my country, and to the moral standards of my community;
  • Do all in my power to dignify my vocation and to promote the highest ethical standards in my chosen vocation;
  • Be fair to my employer, employees, associates, competitors, customers, the public, and all those with whom I have a business or professional relationship;
  • Recognize the honor and respect due to all occupations which are useful to society;
  • Offer my vocational talents: to provide opportunities for young people, to work for the relief of the special needs of others, and to improve the quality of life in my community;
  • Adhere to honesty in my advertising and in all representation to the public concerning my business or profession;
  • Neither seek from nor grant to a fellow Rotarian a privilege or advantage not normally accorded others in a business or professional relationship.

Responsibilities of ADG:

  1. There will be eleven (11) Assistant District Governors, plus one (1) ADG Coordinator, each of whom is assigned to assist six (6) clubs within the areas as defined in the District’s organizational structure.
  2. The ADG acts as an assistant to the District Governor in designated clubs. In general, each ADG helps the District Governor in the execution of his responsibilities through advising, serving as a liason, interacting with District leaders and committees and by helping to promote Rotary International and the Rotary Foundation programs within the District. The assistants monitor and update the Governor on progress in areas of concern.
  3. The ADG has the official authority to conduct the Goals & Objectives portion of the District Governor’s official visit.
  4. ADGs can assist the Governor by:
    1. Making informal visits to each club at least four times a year and sending the “Club Visitation” form to the Governor. Key to the success of the year will be to focus on clubs with memberships below 25, to assist in the expansion of membership effort and activity.
    2. Keeping the Governor posted on progress of clubs and to advise the Governor and Extension Committee on the potential for establishing new clubs.
    3. Encouraging clubs to follow through on District Governor requests.
    4. Visiting each club in their assigned area, prior to the District Governor’s official visit, to determine the state of readiness for the Governor’s official visit.
    5. Accompanying the District Governor on official visits to clubs assigned to the ADG, by attending club assemblies and club meetings.
    6. Promoting attendance at the District Assembly, District Conference, other District functions and the International Convention.
    7. Organizing inter-club meetings within their area.
    8. Helping clubs with membership development & retention.
    9. Assisting clubs in obtaining speakers. Serve as motivational speaker within the District.
    10. Serve as a communications catalyst in the event of emergencies within and outside of the District.
    11. Participate on District committees and in District activities.
    12. Carrying out any and all other duties delegated by the District Governor.

Richard Crute, Coordinator

Area 1
Chatham, Harwich/Dennis, Nantucket, Orleans, Provincetown,Yarmouth
    Joseph J. Lawler

Area 2
Bourne/Sandwich, Falmouth, Hyannis, Martha’s Vineyard, Mashpee, Osterville
    Bob Hesse

Area 3
Cohasset, Hingham, Milton, Quincy, Scituate (MA), Weymouth
    Paul Welch

Area 4
Braintree, Hanover, Holbrook, Norwood, Plymouth, Sharon
    Jack Ryan

Area 5
Abington, Brockton, Canton, Foxboro, Mansfield, Randolf
    Bob Applebaum

Area 6
Bridgewater, Duxbury, Easton, Middleboro, Rockland-Hanson, Stoughton
    Manfred Kolz

Area 7
Attleboro, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, New Bedford, North Attleboro, Taunton
    George Colajezzi

Area 8
Bristol, Fall River, Middletown, Newport, Portsmouth, Warren
    Jim Ferreira

Area 9
Cumberland-Lincoln, Pawtucket, Scituate (RI), Smithfield, Woonasquatucket Valley, Woonsocket
    Kenneth Conde

Area 10
Cranston, East Providence, Pawtuxet Valley, Providence, Providence Sunrise
    Bruce Stein

Area 11
Chariho, East Greenwich, Jamestown, North Kingstown, Wakefield, Westerly
    Herb Mansfield

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