Service defines Rotary's character; whether local or international, it promotes Rotary's appeal and visibility in the community, and is the reason Rotary continues to grow.
Community service responds to the needs of a local community. Rotary clubs determine top priorities for service projects by first learning about a community's needs and assets, and then developing a response that addresses them.
Our measure of being an effective, community service is to :
Respond to a real issue, not an imagined one.
Improve the lives of community members.
Incorporate the abilities of those who are served.
Recognize all participants' contributions as important and necessary.
Come from a realistic assessment of resources available.
Aim for specific goals and objectives with measurable results.
Build a working network.
more Our motto is "Fun, Fellowship and Fundraising"
more An outline of the responsibilities of the Membership Committee:
more An outline of the responsibilities of the Publicity Committee:
more An outline of the responsibilities of the International & Foundation Committee:
more The Paul Harris Award
more An outline of the responsibilities of the Youth Activities Committee:
more Our club twinned with the Rotary Club of Fontaine L’Eveque, near Charleroi in Belgium in 1999.