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Rotarians invest approximately 47 million volunteer hours every year, into improving the lives of those around them

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Rotary awarded $333 million to global service initiatives throughout the 2020 pandemic


Meet the Rotarians of District 6990

Executives in Philanthropy


Volunteer With Us

As we begin our Rotary year, here is a quick reminder of the service projects we have on our schedule so far. We do not have exact dates for everything, but please keep these projects in mind and be on the lookout for more information. If you would like to help with any of these projects, please contact the chair directly.

Rotarians In Action


Meet District 6990 Governor

Barbara Gobbi

Barbara Gobbi is the current Governor for Rotary District 6990 in 2023-24.
She has been a Rotarian since 2011 and is currently a member of the Rotary Club of Fort Lauderdale Cypress Creek.
Previously she served her local district in the following roles:

  • District Communications Chair: 2018-2021
  • District Webmaster: 2017-2021
  • District Public Image Chair: 2016-2021

Professionally, Barbara has spent the past 30 years in the marketing industry and currently owns a marketing consulting agency helping small business owners with strategic planning and marketing.
Barbara and her husband Victor have 4 children; Luna, Delaney, Jack and Zoe.  After their son, Jack, was diagnosed with Autism, Barbara became an autism advocate and founded Shine on Autism, a resource community for parents of children on the autism spectrum.
Barbara is a member of the Paul Harris Society, a multiple Paul Harris Fellow, Sustaining Member, and a Rotary Benefactor.
Her mission as Governor for 2023-24 is to foster peace within our communities, and to focus on the growing mental health crisis.

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