Considering Becoming A Rotarian?
Rotary is an organization for people who believe and act on SERVICE ABOVE SELF. Rotarians practice the 4-Way Test of the things they think, say, and do. Rotarians give of their time, talent, and money to support their club’s service projects. Being a Rotarian means investing yourself to make a positive difference in the world.
There is something that all Rotary members have in common: We take action. As community volunteers, we reach out to neighbors in need. We build, support, and organize. We save lives. We work locally and globally.
Around the world and around the corner, the men and women of Rotary:
How to Apply for Membership
Membership in Rotary is by invitation to a local club. If you are interested in joining Rotary or simply learn more about our club, we would be glad to hear from you. Just send us an email using the contact form located here and we'll be sure to contact you promptly.
Alternatively, if you already know a member of our club, you can ask him or her to invite you as their guest. This is a chance for you to meet club members and learn about the club, and for existing members to meet you. It will also give you an opportunity to consider the investment of time, money, and talent that will come along with being a Rotarian. Assuming that both the Board and the membership approve, your membership application would be approved and you would be inducted at the next regular meeting of the club.
A Rotarian's Financial Commitment
The financial commitment pales in comparison to the many benefits of being a Rotarian. Here is what members can expect to contribute financial to the organization:
Satellite club members do not pay for meals unless at a joint meeting, then meals are charged as purchased. In addition, Satellite club members pay only the initiation fee and quarterly dues plus the optional as selected.
Becoming a Rotarian can be a life-changing experience. Rotary not only provides its members the opportunity to serve others locally, nationally and internationally, but the ability to build a solid foundation of new friendships with like-minded people -- ones that will undoubtedly last a lifetime.