Rivers Casino & Resort to host our District Conference

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Screen Shot 2018-03-06 at 9.30.13 PMThis year’s 7190 District Conference will be held in a very different sort of venue — the new Rivers Casino & Resort in downtown Schenectady.

The event will run over parts of three days on June 1 through 3, beginning with a traditional Friday “District Day of Service” that will involve projects for all abilities being offered in and around Schenectady, as well as the “Centennial Celebration” of the Schenectady Rotary Club that evening.

The formal District Conference will officially commence on Saturday, June 2, with District business and awards in the morning, educational and inspirational freetime offerings in the afternoon, and a banquet in the evening with motivational millenial speaker Todd Jenkins (Mr. Bowtie) as the keynote speaker. (Click here for a YouTube video about him.) And, on Sunday, June, 3, we will remember Rotarians and honor their service with a look to the future.

For those who may want to take advantage of the possibility after visiting the casino’s many attractions beyond the Rotary experience, the District has reserved two blocks of hotel rooms for Friday and/or Saturday night. The options:

• Stay in the casino’s Landing Hotel for the $140 per night earlybird price available until April 15, then $150, plus all taxes and fees.  Click here to access the reserved group block.

​• Or,stay  just an easy walk along the Mohawk River at the Courtyard Marriott for $134 per night, plus all taxes and fees.  Click here to access the Courtyard group block.

You must book your hotel in addition to the District Conference registration. Click here for the conference registration forms.


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