Membership

Membership Chairman is Rotarian John Newbery

Attracting new members is vital to a Rotary club's long term success, and so clubs put a great deal of emphasis on expanding their membership with enthusiastic and service-minded individuals 

Prospective members must actively hold or be retired from a professional, proprietary, executive or managerial position. And they must have the desire and ability to serve and to meet the club's attendance requirements for its fortnightly meetings 

An important distinction between Rotary and other organisations is that membership in Rotary is by invitation. However this should not stop anyone who feels that they might like to become a Rotarian from indicating an interest, either by speaking to a Rotarian, or by getting in touch with a local Club with no obligation on either side 

Clubs usually maintain a list of the types of businesses and professions in their community and seek candidates to fill classifications not already held by an active member of the club, but classifications are many and varied 

In this manner a club aims to include a significant cross section of its community's vocational life, and has the widest possible resources and expertise for its service programs and projects

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