if you are a President-Elect, President-Nominee or Assistant Governor please use the personal link you were sent to register.  If you did not receive the personal link, email registrar Linda Yates at yates.linda@sbcglobal.net.

A great experience is being planned for you. Great Lakes Rotary PETS and Midwest PETS have combined resources to create a partnership of 13 Rotary districts. 

​​This year’s virtual PETS will be a great opportunity to network and share ideas with other PE’s outside your district and to learn from some of Rotary’s prominent leaders. Here you will gain practical information to prepare you for your year as a Rotary club president.

PETS trainers have developed a virtual curriculum based on years of experience and feedback from the previous attendees. That experience tell us club presidents-elect often feel some trepidation about handling their new role and returning presidents need a more in-depth focus. Surveys tell us that after attending PETS presidents elect confidence tops 95%. This year will be no different.

​You will be inspired!

“We’ve invited Rotary International President Elect Shekhar Mehta to join us at MEGA PETS. President Elect Mehta will share his vision and priorities for the coming year on Saturday, March 13. Please register today!” – PDG Jeff Reid, Co-Chair MEGA PETS Program Committee.

MEGA PETS trainers are ready to share meaningful Rotary knowledge and best-practices with you. You’ll also collaborate with your peers so that you are ready for an unforgettable Rotary year!

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Incoming Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta urged members to become more involved in service projects, saying that caring for and serving others is the best way to live because it changes not only other people’s lives, but also our own.

The Rotary International Convention, scheduled for 12-16 June 2021, in Taipei, Taiwan, will now be a virtual event in response to the ongoing threat of COVID-19.

We are sorry that we will not see you in Taipei this year, but this decision, made by the Rotary Board of Directors, is necessary to protect the health of everyone involved.