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An Area is one of the levels of [[District Structure]].  An Area typically has five [[club]]s, although it may have more or fewer.  An Area has an [[Area Director]], [[Area Contest]]s and an [[Area Council]].
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An Area is one of the levels of [[District Structure]].  An Area in the past typically had five [[club]]s, although now it usually has four (it may have more or fewer).  An Area has an [[Area Director]], [[Area Contest]]s and an [[Area Council]].
  
Areas are given designations that indicate the [[Division]] in which they are located, and then a number.  For example, [[Area C-1]] is one of the five [[club]]s in [[Division C]].  [[Club]]s may be moved by the [[District]] each year via [[realignment]] if needed.   
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Areas, through the process of [[alignment]], are given designations that indicate the [[Division]] in which they are located, and then a number.  For example, [[Area C-1]] is one of the five areas in [[Division C]].  [[Club]]s may be moved by the [[District]] each year via [[realignment]] if needed.   
  
Since [[Founders District]] in 2016-17 has ten [[Division]]s, it has fifty [[Area]]s.
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Since [[Founders District]] in 2016-17 had ten [[Division]]s, it had approximately fifty [[Area]]s.  After the [[District Split]], there are closer to thirty areas.
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See also [[Area Director's Club Visit Report]].

Latest revision as of 17:32, 19 May 2019

An Area is one of the levels of District Structure. An Area in the past typically had five clubs, although now it usually has four (it may have more or fewer). An Area has an Area Director, Area Contests and an Area Council.

Areas, through the process of alignment, are given designations that indicate the Division in which they are located, and then a number. For example, Area C-1 is one of the five areas in Division C. Clubs may be moved by the District each year via realignment if needed.

Since Founders District in 2016-17 had ten Divisions, it had approximately fifty Areas. After the District Split, there are closer to thirty areas.

See also Area Director's Club Visit Report.