RLI is a series of fast paced, interactive, one‐day courses offered to refine a Rotarian' leadership skills and increase their base of knowledge in Rotary. It is a program that originated at the grass roots level some 18 years ago and is now serving 109 different countries and approximately 250 districts all over the world.
RLI is not a replacement for President‐Elect Training, or District level club officer or Assistant Governor training. The purpose of RLI is to develop an ongoing stream of Rotarians who have the skills to help their local clubs succeed in achieving strategic goals and running good projects.

Fowler Rotarians Paul Minix and Steve Sorenson are planning to attend, along with Missy Houghtaling and Rick Neher from the Boswell Rotary Club, along with several other Rotarians from throughout District 6540.  This will be the first RLI session ever held in District 6540 on Saturday, January 29 in Mishawaka, IN.