Open Days


Open day for principals, head teachers, teachers, youth group leaders, school board members, parentsin your community

The objective of an open day is to inform the local schools and youth groups of what is available to them from Rotary (mostly free of charge and with assistance from Rotarians) and how Rotary can help them and the students make a real difference in their community. Hold an open day at all 3 meal times to facilitate the busy schedules of principals, head teachers, school board members and youth group leaders in your community.

How do you get started in organising this day? Work closely with the club membership chair and all the members in the club that have contacts in schools and youth groups. To assist in drafting up a guest list, here is a

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