A team of 60+ facilitators and district leaders from the 8 districts (7780, 7850, 7870, 7890, 7910, 7930, 7950 and 7980) that make up North East PETS braved the subzero temperatures to come together today in Framingham MA to prepare for NE PETS 2014.
With just about 60 days before NE PETS kicks off (March 6 – 8, 2014) final preparations are underway as the leadership team gets the facilitators ready to train the incoming Rotary Club Presidents (Presidents-elect) and Assistant Governors.
Northeast PETS (NE PETS) is taking place March 6-8th this year with optional working sessions being held on Thursday afternoon (3/6), followed by a gala dinner highlighted by Anne L. Matthews (Rotary’s first female Vice President). The plenaries and breakouts start first thing on Friday morning, and the program wraps up Saturday just after lunch.
NE PETS will draw just about 600 Rotarians including ; 440 Presidents-Elect, 80 Assistant Governors plus numerous Program Facilitators, Volunteers and Speakers from the eight Rotary International Districts from New England and southern Quebec.
The goal of NE PETS is to train incoming Club Presidents (Presidents-elect) and New Assistant Governors for their new leadership positions in the upcoming Rotary year.
NE PETS will be held at the Sheraton Framingham Hotel and Conference Center, in Framingham, MA
Registrar Valerie Perry sent out registration invitations to attendees this afternoon – the direct registration link is: http://www.directory-online.com/Rotary/index.cfm?EventID=77222493
Credit: Photo of Alan Hurst contributed by Laima Nori