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:

President Chris Butterill

21 Feb 2023 - 20 Jun 2023

more President Chris Butterill

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.