RI District 3141 came into existence on 1st July 1970 with a
membership of 1702 in 34 clubs.
Previously, the clubs currently in District 3141 were in the District
890, 920, 540 and 315 according to the dates on which they were
admitted to Rotary International.
At its February 1982 meeting, the Board of Directors of Rotary International
reorganized the Rotary Clubs in India according to the revenue districts.
District 314 comprised the revenue districts of Akola, Amravati,
Bhandara, Bombay (Mumbai), Buldhana, Chandrapur, Jalgaon, Nasik,
Thane, Wardha and Yeotmal.
Effective 1st July 1990, RI District 314 was reorganised to comprise
the revenue districts of only Bombay & Thane. There were sixty-three
Rotary Clubs in this District.
Thereafter the District 314 was renamed as District 3140
Rotary District 3141 is the largest district in the world with 148
Clubs and 7,500 members. District will be bifurcated in to two districts
from 1st July, 2016… District 3141 (Mumbai Revenue district)
and 3142 (Thane Revenue District).
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