The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster:
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Members must be adults of good character with good professional or business reputations, who are actively engaged in the business or profession in which they are classified within the club. They shall hold an important position in an executive capacity, or be engaged as owner, proprietor, partner, corporate officer or manager of any worthy and recognized business or profession.
Each active member shall have a classification describing the principle and recognized activity of the firm, company, or institution with which he or she is connected.
Play an active role and get involved in at least one Club activity, Rotary is more meaningful and important with involvement.
Rotarians exemplify “Service about Self”. Rotarians are expected to provide leadership in our community, as well as our profession or business, on an individual basis as well as a part of a Rotary sponsored project.
100% meeting attendance is encouraged. Rotarians try to attend each weekly Club meeting or make it up at another Rotary Club within the period of 14 days before or after the missed meeting. A list of Rotary Clubs in the metropolitan area, together with their meeting places, data, and time is provided on the district website (www.rotary5960.org). When you make up a meeting, turn in your attendance card from that Club to our Club secretary for attendance credit.