RLI’s mysterious missing link found

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t done much for anyone, but it has made participation in some Rotary activities easier.

Take the annual Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) workshops, for example. They are less expensive, require no travel, and are easier to access. But, sometimes there’s a glitch.

The latest edition of the quarterly RLI Northeast America newsletter you should, by now, have received via email is one such example. It touted the fact that districts would be allowed to hold sessions either in person or virtually (our District 7190 opted for virtual). And, it provided dates, links, etc. However, it also inadvertently provided a broken link to sign up for classes.

So, here’s an unbroken link for you to use to access all the info: http://rlinea.org

That will take you to the website where you not only can register, you can download the curriculum you will need for your session. To help control costs, hard copies will not be provided by RLI.

And, as always, the SRC treasury will reimburse all members for enrolling in Levels 1, 2, 3 and Graduate workshops. (You must take such courses sequentially.)

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