Looking Beyond Your Club

WHAT WE CAN ACHIEVE WHEN WE WORK TOGETHER!

We Salute the Following District 4 Clubs and Zonta International Districts in September.

District 4 Clubs

Chartered on June 17, 1965

President – Kathy Reynolds

ZC of Amherst was presented their charter in 1965 by Zonta International President Edna Nairn. The club was sponsored and organized by the ZC of Buffalo.

Zonta Club of Cheektowaga-Lancaster

Advocacy

Trivia Night

Cheetowaga-Lancaster Club

Chartered on January 20, 1969

President –Kathie Nichter

ZC of Cheektowaga-Lancaster celebrated their 50th anniversary with one of the original charter members. The club continues to support a Z Club at Lancaster High School which formed in 1972. Women in the club are firmly committed to the mission of Zonta.

Zonta Club of Woodstock

IWD Rose Sale 2020

Service Donation to SickKids Hospital

Zonta (Woodstock) Golf Classic

Chartered on June 4, 1960

President – Maria Odumodu

The club has remained active in the community since it began. Their major fundraiser for the past 22 years has been an Annual Golf Classic. Over 800 roses to celebrate International Women’s Day were wrapped this year to support the club’s commitment to Zonta International programs.

ZI Districts

Zonta District 21

ZI Governor is Annika Branstrom

District 21 is in Sweden and Latavia with 60 clubs and 1,688 members.

District 6

ZI Governor is Anna Weselak

District 6 is in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin, USA with 558 members in 22 clubs.

Zonta District 14

ZI Governor is Isabel Christin Rameil

District 14 has 46 clubs in the countries of Austria, Cyprus, Croatia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy and Lebanon. They have 1,240 members.

Expanding Your Role

Beyond Your Club

Say Yes, to Lead

Serving District 4 was an extraordinary leadership and learning experience. Through being Area Director I met other women I greatly admire and many of whom have become life-long friends. I am so glad I said YES to serving in this role. Service in Zonta is truly a very rewarding experience. I would recommend you let your name stand for a position in leadership.

Past Area Director

I was very reluctant to take on the position of Lieutenant Governor, leading of course to be the Governor. My initial response was “no- I’m too busy, I don’t have the time, I’m not capable”. But after conferring with my club mates, the nominating committee member and my family, I agreed. It turned out to be an amazing experience spread over the four years. Although I felt some relief when my successor took over, the stronger feeling was a sadness that it was over, and a deep satisfaction with all that I had learned and accomplished. Along the way I met so many amazing women whose paths never would have crossed mine. If asked, please consider it carefully. It is an extremely rewarding experience.

– SANDRA CRONK, PAST GOVERNOR 

ZONTA CLUB OF HAMILTON 1 / AREA 2

Experience at the District level is important as it provides a look at the “bigger” picture of Zonta, especially if the district includes different countries and customs as these can affect how Zonta functions within these environments. Understanding how Zonta functions at the International level means that one has to be receptive to thinking outside one’s local culture and being willing to see things from another point of view.

KATHLEEN DOUGLASS, PAST INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR, PAST DISTRICT 4 GOVERNOR

ZONTA CLUB OF BRAMPTON-CALEDON / AREA 2

There are many opportunities for club leaders to share their knowledge, skills and enthusiasm for the continued achievement of the goals of Zonta at the District level. Why not get involved and share your leadership skills with others by being a part of the leadership team for the District. For the most part in my professional life I have always worked alone, no team or group work. Being on the board has given me the experience of working with others for a common goal.

JOANNE RAYMOND, PAST GOVERNOR

ZONTA CLUB OF KITCHENER-WATERLOO / AREA 1

Contact Your Area Director for More Information