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Zonta is an international service organization working to advance the status of women through service and advocacy. Members of Zonta Clubs are actively engaged or have experience in a decision-making capacity in a recognized business or profession.

If you are a professional or a business executive and you are interested in becoming a member of a Zonta Club in District 15, complete this form.

* Dues - new members joining between June 1 - Nov 30: District dues $20.00. International dues $83.00 plus $15.00 application fee. (payable in U.S.D.)

* Dues - new members joining between Dec 1 - May 1: District dues $10.00. International dues $43.00 plus $15.00 application fee. (payable in U.S.D.)

* Individual club dues may also be collected.








Members in District 15 provide service to both their local and international communities through a wide range of service projects and events.  Click here to learn more about Who We Are
              
Zonta International seeks to advance the status of women worldwide by improving the legal, political, economic, educational, health and professional status of women at the global and local levels through service and advocacy.

    



 
Cheryl Hall
District 15 Governor
 


Welcome, to the official website for Zonta International District 15  
 
   

        

Presidents:  Submit Club Forms for Fall Conference Online Now!  Click the forms link to enter your information and submit.  Thank you!

Club and Delegate Information
Membership Awards - Milestone Years Anniversaries
Membership Awards - Yellow Rose
ZI Foundation 2014-2015 Club Goals
Service of Remembrance
Request for Space in the Zonta Store

Room rates at The Otsego Club vary according to accommodations.  Select from cabins and townhouses to traditional hotel rooms.  Mention "Zonta" when you call the Otsego Club & Resort to book your room before September 15, 2014. 
1-800-752-5510 or
www.otsegoclub.com
Friday Fun Night!
....getting to Know our Zisters....
Wear casual clothes on Friday with something from your Alma Mater.  Enjoy a beautiful view of the Jordan River Valley around the Bonfire.  Take a Horse Drawn Carriage Ride.  Sample desserts from the Sweet Treats Buffet.  Order a glass of wine from the cash bar.
The Zonta Conference Fun Night is hosted by
The Zonta Club of Roscommon.
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Clubs you can now subscribe to email notifications from the District!   Set up new and current members quickly & easily!  Go to The Bridge Newsletter page to subscribe today.  Joanne Lose, Webmaster - District 15 
Honored at the 2014 Orlando Convention:  District 15--100% of 40 clubs donated to the Zonta International Foundation during the 2012-2014 biennium.  Eight district 15 clubs also received Certificate of Appreciation for having 100% of their members make individual donations to the Foundation.  Those clubs are:  Detroit I, Detroit II, Marquette Area, Metro Detroit, Pontiac North-Oakland, Sault Ste. Marie Area, Troy-South-Oakland. an Windsor-Essex. In addition, 32% of District 15 Zontians made individual donations, many more than once. 
 
Total donated to Zonta International Foundation for the 2012-2014 biennium by District 15 clubs and individuals is: $143,122.31. Thank you so much for your support of the international service and education program that help women throughout the world.
Advocacy ~ 
  Taking Action To Raise Awareness and Educate


Domestic Sexual Violence Against Women
Understanding Verbal Abuse learn more>
   
Zonta Say No!

Human Trafficking   
'Stand In & Stand Up to End Human Trafficking' 
learn more>

Breast Cancer Awareness

    
 
 

Pontiac North Oakland President, Bonnie McArthur proudly displays her birthday book!
September 18, 2014 Sports and TV Journalist, Ford Motor Executive and Communications and Leadership Consultant, Anne Doyle gave a powerful talk on how women achievers must become leaders. Her presentation was hosted by the Zonta Club of Pontiac-North Oakland.

Presenter, Anne Doyle
from left:  Jacquie Gudmundsen, D15 Governor, Cheryl Hall and Presenter, Anne Doyle
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