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The District Structure is a set of levels which exist to serve [[member]]s.  [[Member]]s are served by [[club]]s.  There are usually four or five [[club]]s in each [[area]].  There are four or five [[area]]s in each [[division]].  In 2016-17 there were ten [[division]]s in [[District F| Founders District]], while in 2017-18 there were seven after the [[District Split]].  [[Regional Advisor]]s support [[district]]s and the [[International Board of Directors]] guides policy for the organization.  The [[World Headquarters]] carries out directives of the Board and serves the [[member]]s.
 
The District Structure is a set of levels which exist to serve [[member]]s.  [[Member]]s are served by [[club]]s.  There are usually four or five [[club]]s in each [[area]].  There are four or five [[area]]s in each [[division]].  In 2016-17 there were ten [[division]]s in [[District F| Founders District]], while in 2017-18 there were seven after the [[District Split]].  [[Regional Advisor]]s support [[district]]s and the [[International Board of Directors]] guides policy for the organization.  The [[World Headquarters]] carries out directives of the Board and serves the [[member]]s.
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See also [[District Officers]].

Latest revision as of 12:53, 1 July 2019

The District Structure is a set of levels which exist to serve members. Members are served by clubs. There are usually four or five clubs in each area. There are four or five areas in each division. In 2016-17 there were ten divisions in Founders District, while in 2017-18 there were seven after the District Split. Regional Advisors support districts and the International Board of Directors guides policy for the organization. The World Headquarters carries out directives of the Board and serves the members.

See also District Officers.