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District 11 Social Networking Zonta Clubs are all being encouraged to start Facebook fan Pages, join Linked In and to visit ZI on-line through a variety of Social Networks. So it's time to break through the misconceptions about social sites. You can use a Fan Page on Facebook to promote your club; Connect to Zontians around the world with LinkedIn and update your friends, family, and coworkers with a short note on Twitter. Click the icons to see how District 11 and Zonta International are using these sites:
District 11 Sites

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Get the latest Zonta news and information as it's happening. Watch for special tweets from District Governor, Tami Page as she travels throughout the District this biennium.

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Stay informed about District 11 current advocacy initiatives, share your club's success stories, learn more about District 11 service and educational award programs, and join discussions about issues affecting women around the globe.

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Take this opportunity to connect with the District 11 network of professionals and executives. Benefit from the shared knowledge and experience of Zonta's diverse and growing membership.

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Enjoy photos from Zonta events and projects around our District. Or, upload your own Zonta photos to share with the Zonta community. Please note that by adding your photo to the group pool, you consent to its use by Zonta District 11

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Zonta District 11 has launched an official channel on YouTube where members and individuals interested in Zonta's service and advocacy efforts, can access videos about Zonta Club service projects. The District 11 PSA is posted there

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Google+ is a networking site similar to Facebook. 2 features of Google+ are useful to Zontians: "Circles" enable users to organize people into groups for sharing. "Hangouts" are places used to facilitate group video chat (with a maximum of 10 people participating in a single Hangout at any point in time)

Zonta District 11 Weekly Paper
Interesting articles and videos on current issues relating to Women. Subscribe to this weekly paper by clicking the "Subscribe" button on the right sidebar.


Zonta International Sites

photoTwitter
Get the latest Zonta news and information as it's happening. Watch for special tweets from International President as she travels throughout the Zonta world this biennium.

photo Facebook
Stay informed about Zonta's current advocacy initiatives, share your club or district's success stories, learn more about Zonta's international service and educational award programs, and join discussions about issues affecting women around the globe.

photo LinkedIn
Take this opportunity to connect with Zonta's 30,000-member strong network of professionals and executives. Benefit from the shared knowledge and experience of Zonta's diverse and growing membership.

photo Flicker
Enjoy photos from Zonta events and projects around the world. Or, upload your own Zonta photos to share with the Zonta community. Please note that by adding your photo to the group pool, you consent to its use by Zonta International

photo YouTube
Zonta International has launched an official channel on YouTube where members and individuals interested in Zonta's service and advocacy efforts, can access videos about Zonta's international service projects. Stay tuned for videos from Zonta International President and more