Special eBulletin April, 2016
ROTARY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE (RLI)
SPECIAL EBULLETIN FOR R.I. CONVENTION IN SEOUL
This RLI eBulletin highlights and updates RLI Activities at the Rotary International Convention in Seoul, Korea.
Just Announced for the RLI BREAKFAST AT SEOUL on Wednesday, June 1, 2016:
ROTARY INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT-ELECT JOHN GERM WILL BE THE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER AT THE RLI BREAKFAST.
Speaking for the R.I. Board of Directors will be R.I. Director Safak Alpay of Turkey, Chairman of the Board's Executive Committee. Other speakers will soon be announced.
Arrangements are being made to provide translations from English to Korean and Japanese for the Breakfast program.
Through the courtesy of Host Country Chairs for the Breakfast PRID KWANG TAE KIM AND PDG JUNGHO CHO, a string quartet will play at the Breakfast and a noted Baritone will sing.
The Annual Convention Breakfast of RLI will be held at the MVL HOTEL, GOYANG near the Kintex Exhibition Center, the site of the R.I. Convention Center on Wednesday, June 1, 2016. The doors open at 7:15 a.m.,07:15 and the official start will be at 7:30 a.m., 07:30 A full Asian and American Buffet will be served, including vegetarian items.
To register, please see www.rotaryleadershipinstitute.org home page for the Breakfast flyer that contains information how to register. The cost is US$ 28.00 per person. Registration is also available in Korean Won - see the Korean language flyer on the same home page. Payment may be made by Credit Card or by a check drawn on a U.S. Bank. No payments can be accepted at the door.
The Breakfast is also an opportunity to meet R.I. Officers and Trustees as well as RLI leaders from many countries. The Breakfast program will end no later than 9:00 a.m., 09:00 with plenty of time available to attend the Plenary Session at the Kintex Center.
RLI EXHIBIT BOOTH WILL BE NUMBER 2809 in the House of Friendship
The Booth will be staffed throughout the Convention by senior RLI officers. Information about the RLI program will be available at the Booth and interested Rotarians may arrange for meetings with senior RLI officers at the booth. Such meetings are available both for RLI current and prospective members.
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