Club Service

Club Service Committee


Club Service means simply service within the club - by monitoring the organisation and smooth functioning of the club's affairs and administration. This is accomplished through this committee which is normally chaired by the President Elect.  The Club Service Committee is responsible for:

  • membership development
  • recruitment, considering applications for membership, for initial briefing and training of new members and ensuring that new members are well looked after once they join the club
  • membership retention
  • Club calendar, meeting programme and speakers
  • organising and managing Club activities
  • members' attendance and welfare
  • sports and social events
  • liaison with the management of the meeting venue
  • public relations.

Club Service is the 'engine room' of the club and is the foundation of a good Rotary club because only where efficiency and good fellowship exist can Rotary service to others be successfully achieved.

See related pages for more

Club Service sub-pages:

New Members

more New Members

Handover Meetings 2008, 2012

more Handover Meetings 2008, 2012

Handover 2020-2021

more Handover from Past President Steve Ford to Incoming President Chris Butterill

Handover to Incoming President Alan Nicholls (L) from Past President Chris Butterill (R)

Handover, July 2021-22

more Handover to Incoming President Alan Nicholls from Past President Chris Butterill

President's Night 2009/10

more President Ray Harris - Falmouth Hotel

President's Night 2010/11

more President Chris Irwin

President's Night 2011/12

more President Andy Kirk - Greenlawns Hotel, Falmouth

Rtn. George Armstrong

more This page is in memory of Rtn George Armstrong a founder member and Past President of the Rotary Club of Heslton-Lizard.

Rtn. Gordon Crabb

Rtn. Gordon Crabb

more In memory of Rotarian Gordon Crabb who passed away in August 2010.