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Rockville Rotary Club Meeting Information

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Rockville

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Virtual via Zoom
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Rockville, MD 20850
United States of America
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Jennie Coppit
District 7620 Membership Chair
Using the My Rotary and DACdb CRM systems as a way to grow Club membership.
 

This week we are hosting our District 7620 Membership Committee Chair Jennie Coppit. 
Jennie Coppit is a charter member of the Rotary Club of New Market in Frederick, Maryland.  She has served as the Vice President, President-Elect, and President of the Rotary Club of Southern Frederick.  Currently, she serves as the District 7620 Membership Chair and is responsible for the care and keeping of 59 clubs and over 2000 members in the central Maryland and metro-DC area.  While President of her club, Jennie was able to grow membership by 40% by starting a Satellite Club and recruiting women who were done volunteering at their kids' schools and young professionals as they came home from college after graduating.  As the District Membership Chair, Jennie has been applauded by Rotary International leadership for her work in successfully using the My Rotary and DACdb CRM systems as a way to grow membership. Worldwide, RI has a close rate of about 5% on leads they generate and send to clubs.  District 7620 has a close rate of almost 40%.  Jennie has served multiple roles in her professional career in the Y movement to include Executive Director where she grew membership in her branch by almost 40%. She has recently been tapped to tackle her association's strategic plan to further develop programs and services for Seniors in Frederick County.  It is her goal to go beyond the water exercise classes and monthly luncheons one often finds to be Senior programming by offering intergenerational programming; technology training that is vital during these times; and programs in the arts and humanities, the sciences, mental health, safety, and cooking.  Jennie feels that the Y's mission to develop programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all melds perfectly with Rotary's areas of focus and the Four-Way Test. You are welcome to reach out to her at rotariancoppit@gmail.com or at 301-305-2977. You can also find her on Facebook and LinkedIn.


Rockville Rotary meets virtually over Zoom every Thursday at 12:15. 
For an invite, please send an email to RockvilleRotaryClub@gmail.com

The event will be live on the Facebook page of Rockville Rotary Club. 
Please visit https://www.facebook.com/rockvillerotary

Upcoming Speakers
Matt Nwaneri
Aug 06, 2020
“How to Advocate for the Poor from the Comfort of your Home”
Monique Toussaint
Aug 13, 2020
Rotaract Clubs & how to start one
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Send money to the club directly: paypal.me/rockvillerotary.
 
Please be sure to note what the payment is for (e.g., happy bucks, club dues, purchase club merchandise).
New! CART Moves Online


Remember those blue buckets that some Rotary Club across North America have to donate your spare change at a meeting? Well it all started started in 1996 with Rotarians voluntarily emptying their pockets and purses of change at weekly meetings. Even though we are not meeting in person, everyone Rotarians and non members alike can donate their spare change.  the CART provides funds for cutting edge research to cure Alzheimer's disease. Click here to learn more about CART http://www.cartfund.org/ or here to donate http://www.cartfund.org/cart/donations/
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