Membership & PR
Information on Membership of the club and telling the public about the work of Rotary
Rotary membership offers opportunities for community and international service, professional networking and friendship. Maybe you have seen a need in your community and wondered how you can help? Perhaps you would like to enhance your professional and personal networks through an organisation that has 1.2 million members, men and women, around the world. Perhaps you feel you would enjoy the fellowship and friendship of Rotarians in your community.
What does being a Rotarian involve?
We meet once a week and members are expected to attend the weekly meeting if they are able. However we recognise that busy working lives and family commitments mean that not everyone can attend every week, and there are other ways of making up Attendance byvisits to other Clubs etc.
What is really important is that every Rotarian is engaged with their Club and the Rotary movement, and our members have many different ways of showing this.
We try to keep our procedures meetings and committees simple and to the point. The Club is a member of Roray International whose principle of "Service above Self" is what we try to keep as a priority to guide our action.
We have an active social calendar and you might find yourself with fellow Rotarians at a member's home for a barbecue, at a local venue for a more formal dinner, on a trip to France or a trip to the theatre. At some of our meetings we have speakers on a variety of subjects, often of local interest and intended to inform and entertain. At other meetings Club business is discussed, and still others are primarily for fellowship and renewing our friendships. We also meet up to provide service to the community and we could be planting trees or singing carols together.
If you are interested in becoming a member of our Rotary Club, or would like to find out more, you can enquire here