Ideas for Membership Development
The traditional options of inviting a potential member to a number of club meetings or holding overt membership meetings are not the only options to increase the size of B&K. Membership is not just a numbers game but establishing and maintaining the critical mass to develop and carry out all of our programmes.
As a starting point for recruitment, there is the need to answer the basic question
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The Club’s past President’s garden party was a huge success. In the hottest day of the year, members, partners and friends enjoyed great food, plenty of wine and great company, thank you David & Ishbel for hosting the social event of the year in your beaumore
Burntisland RotaKids have delivered their Christmas gifts to the residents of Links View, Burntisland. Everyone had a great time and the residents enjoyed their gifts and cake etc. Many of the residents sang along with the children.more
Thanks to all of you who joined us for our Burns evening, over 500 tickets were sold to support the work of Rotary. The money raised, £2121 will be split between Rotary Foundation and “End Polio Now”more