Redwood High School
395 Doherty Drive
Larkspur, CA 94939
United States of America


You are invited to join us for Rotary District 5150's Learning and Leadership Development District Assembly!

The District Assembly is one of our District's largest events. Come and...
  • Celebrate our incoming 2023-24 club presidents
  • Participate in inspiring breakout sessions
  • Learn more about Rotary and opportunities for service
  • Enjoy a scrumptious lunch and fun surprises
  • Reunite with existing Rotary friends and make new ones
  • Above all else…have FUN. We’re planning special activities with a focus on FUN!
The Learning and Leadership Development District Assembly is a chance for Rotarians to further develop leadership skills and refine strategies to achieve their goals. All Rotarians who accept key Club leadership roles are encouraged to attend the District Assembly. District assemblies like this are the best way to help your Club be even more successful. Attendees will discover tips to take our Clubs and District to the next level. Assembly workshops offer motivation, inspiration, Rotary information and new ideas.
Your attendance is free to you; your club covers your registration fee. Interactors and Rotaractors are welcome, too. 








Overview Schedule:

  • 7:30am - Registration opens: enjoy a light breakfast and browse our mini-project fair
  • 8:00am - Assemble for General Session (hint: bring your dancing shoes!)
  • 9:55am - Break for fun surprise and transition to classrooms 
  • 10:10am - Breakout session - Round 1
  • 11:15am - Break to change classrooms
  • 11:25am - Breakout session - Round 2
  • 12:30pm - Lunch and door prizes

Keynote Speaker:

MATT SCOTT is a five-time Paralympian in the sport of wheelchair basketball and is a three-time medalist including at the recent Tokyo 2020 Games. He is a pioneer and a champion for not only wheelchair basketball and Paralympians, but for all athletes with disabilities. He continues to be an outspoken advocate for inclusion and universal participation in sport.
Born with spina bifida, Scott began using a wheelchair at early age. He pursued his love for sport by taking up wheelchair basketball at 14 years old. Matt showed early promise and talent, and he was recruited by the U.S. men’s national wheelchair basketball team directly out of high school.
Matt has competed in every Paralympic Games since his high school graduation: Athens 2004, Beijing 2008, London 2012, Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020. He has been nominated for an ESPY, became the first U.S. Paralympian to star in a Nike commercial, appeared in an Apple commercial, and gathered millions of views worldwide displaying his talents with online presence.
These accomplishments came while Matt has continued to support adaptive sport athletes through a variety of community initiatives and supportive programming. He is currently working with the Visa Corporation to create opportunities for people with disabilities in the corporate space.
Matt joins us at the District Assembly on March 25 to share his story of teamwork and leadership to inspire our Rotary clubs to reach their own “gold medal” potential for projects and other goals in 2023-24!

Educational Breakout Preview

  • Mental Health: Creating Hope in the World
  • Environment: What can our clubs do to address the Climate challenge?
  • Empowering Women Initiative: Joint session with District 5000! - (also offered for virtual participation)
  • Youth Service: Hear from our youth on how we can move our communities forward
  • Club Administration: Clubrunner, Rotary Club Central and more!
  • International Service: The rewards and many ways you can participate
  • Membership Retention: Care and Comfort of our Members
  • Membership Attraction: Chart your club’s future.
  • Rotary 101: Great for new(er) members!
  • The Rotary Foundation: An Overview of what it is and how to use it to support projects.
  • Community Service: How to choose, plan and implement effective service projects
  • Education and Literacy: hear from two regional superintendents on the state of education.
  • Event Planning: How to plan an event or project
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: create clubs where everyone feels welcome - (also offered for virtual participation)
  • Fundraising: How can I fund my project?


Promotional Materials

Download and share the District Assembly Flyer [PDF]

District Assembly flyer


This event is free for you to attend, underwritten by your club:

  • Rotarian/Adult, In-Person: $45
  • Rotaractor/College Student, In-Person: $25
  • Interactor/High School Student, In-Person: $20
  • Virtual Participation (all): $20