A Message From Our District Governor


Welcome to District 6960!

Bobbi Bird

We are very fortunate to live in paradise 365 days a year. District 6960 encompasses over 51 clubs from Palmetto and Bradenton in the north, to Naples and Marco Island in the south. East to Labelle, Clewiston and Arcadia then to Sanibel-Captiva and Anna Marie Islands. We have over 2300 members with more being added.

To those friends visiting us from up north or from anywhere around the world, we offer a wide variety of Rotary activities throughout the year. Whether you like food and wine festivals, armadillo races, golf fundraisers or just a socially friendly get together, we have it all here is Southwest Florida. Some of the world’s best beaches are in our area.

One of the secrets in our area is the great number of young people who live here. Modern technology allows them to live virtually anywhere they want and many choose Southwest Florida. These young members are great contributors to our area, including Rotary.

And, we also have many retirees living here too. What a great combination with the young people working alongside the more mature men and women of Rotary. With programs like Rotakids, Interact and Rotaract we attract students starting as early as the 3rd grade to become involved in Rotary. Many of the students continuing on to become involved in Rotary for their entire lives.

So, we look forward to you visiting our area any time of the year. And hopefully, this website will help you in finding all of our many activities to share and people who can assist you when you arrive. We hope to see you soon!

Governor Bobbi Bird

District 6960

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