Rotary Rules - The D's

1. No drinking This one can be tough because many countries around the world allow drinking of wine and beer by teenagers.   In Washington, the legal limit is 21 and in BC, the legal age limit is 19.  Our Outbound students often get treated to alchol as part of the social customs of their Host Countries.  However, both Canada and the US allow drinking in a family setting, so a student would not be sent home for having a glass of wine with a family meal.  Going out clubbing and getting wasted is definitely a reason to be sent home immediately.  Safest approach is to avoid alcohol.
2. No drugs Illegal drugs.  Over the counter and prescription drugs are of course OK.  
3. No driving This includes cars, motorcycles, boats and almost any type of motorized vehicle.  However, chores are encouraged, so motorized lawnmowers are excepted from this rule.  
4. No dating Really means not getting into a serious relationship, going steady or having sex.  Group dating as a social event is encouraged.

We also have No Decorating (Tattos, etc.) and No Downloading (filling up the Host's computer)

 

 


 
2018-2019 EVENTS
 
Rebound Weekend
July 21-22, 2018  East Omak Elementary School, Omak WA.
  
2018-2019  Inbound Student and Youth Exchange Officer Training Weekend
Sept 22-23, 2018  Sandman Hotel, Penticton, BC
 
District Interviews
USA- Wenatchee WA.                       Nov 17, 2018
Canada North - Kamloops BC              Nov 17-18, 2018
Canada South - Kelowna BC                 Nov 17-18, 2018
 
Silverstar Weekend in the Snow
Dec 7-9, 2018  Silver Star Resort, Vernon BC
 
Weekend in the Mountains
Feb 15-19, 2019  Revelstoke BC
 
Outbound Student Orientation 
March 30 - 31 2019; Penticton Lakeside Resort,  Penticton, BC
 
District Conference 
May 02-05, 2019   Kaml0ops, BC
 
Inbound Student  Bus Trip
May 05-12, 2019  District 5060
 
Rebound Weekend 
 July 21-22, 2019    Omak, WA    
 
2019 -2020 Inbound Student and Youth Exchange Officer Training Weekend
September 14 - 15,  2019  Penticton, BC  (tentative)
 
Youth Exchange Handbook