A Rotary district is a group of Rotary clubs in a specific area or region. There are about 530 districts worldwide and 29 within Great Britain and Ireland. Each district elects Rotaractors that have proven leadership skills to represent them.
A District Rotaract Committee, co-chaired by the District Rotaract Chair (DRC) and District Rotaract Representative (DRR), is composed of equal numbers of Rotarians and Rotaractors. The committee sponsors Rotaract district meetings and provides leadership training for Rotaract club officers. It also helps to publicise Rotaract throughout the district, promotes the organisation of new Rotaract clubs, plans district wide projects and activities, and recommends resources to strengthen clubs and increase their effectiveness.
2014-15 District Rotaract Committee
District Rotaract Representative
District Rotaract Representative Elect
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