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Realignment is a process whereby [[club]]s are shifted into different [[area]]s or [[division]]s.  Realignment is necessary because, over the course of a year, some new [[club]]s may become [[charter]]ed, while some other [[club]]s may become [[suspension |suspended]].  In order to give all [[Area Director]]s a roughly equal roster of [[club]]s in their [[Area]], the District realignment [[Chair]] works to move clubs around as necessary and feasible.   
 
Realignment is a process whereby [[club]]s are shifted into different [[area]]s or [[division]]s.  Realignment is necessary because, over the course of a year, some new [[club]]s may become [[charter]]ed, while some other [[club]]s may become [[suspension |suspended]].  In order to give all [[Area Director]]s a roughly equal roster of [[club]]s in their [[Area]], the District realignment [[Chair]] works to move clubs around as necessary and feasible.   
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Realignment may also occur to [[district]s, which may be put into other [[region]]s. 
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If a [[club]] moves its [[meeting]] location to a spot that is in another [[district]]'s territory, the [[club]] may be realigned into that [[district]].
  
 
Realignment is discussed at the [[Toastmasters International ]] website in Alignment and Planning [http://www.toastmasters.org/leadership%20central/district%20leader%20tools/district%20management/alignment%20and%20planning.aspx].  Relignment is final on July 15 of each year.   
 
Realignment is discussed at the [[Toastmasters International ]] website in Alignment and Planning [http://www.toastmasters.org/leadership%20central/district%20leader%20tools/district%20management/alignment%20and%20planning.aspx].  Relignment is final on July 15 of each year.   
  
 
The [[Chair]] for this process has been Bob Hudack, a [[PDG]], during the years 2009 through at least 2018.
 
The [[Chair]] for this process has been Bob Hudack, a [[PDG]], during the years 2009 through at least 2018.

Revision as of 18:56, 22 May 2018

Realignment is a process whereby clubs are shifted into different areas or divisions. Realignment is necessary because, over the course of a year, some new clubs may become chartered, while some other clubs may become suspended. In order to give all Area Directors a roughly equal roster of clubs in their Area, the District realignment Chair works to move clubs around as necessary and feasible.

Realignment may also occur to [[district]s, which may be put into other regions.

If a club moves its meeting location to a spot that is in another district's territory, the club may be realigned into that district.

Realignment is discussed at the Toastmasters International website in Alignment and Planning [1]. Relignment is final on July 15 of each year.

The Chair for this process has been Bob Hudack, a PDG, during the years 2009 through at least 2018.