About Us

14 Reason People Join Rotary

  1. Friendship: In an increasingly complex world, Rotary provides one of the most basic human needs for friendship and fellowship. It is one of the two reasons why Rotary began in 1905.
  2. Fun: Rotary is fun. Meetings are fun. Club projects and social activities are fun. If you are not having fun in Rotary, we are doing it wrong.
  3. Networking & Business Development: Everyone needs to network. Rotary consists of a cross section of every business type in the community. Its members come from all walks of life. Networking is the second original reason why Rotary began in 1905 by a small business owner in Pennsylvania.
  4. Personal Growth: Membership in Rotary continues one’s growth and education in human relations and personal development. For retired men and women, it provides the opportunity to say in the game and in touch with the community.
  5. Nice People: Rotarians above all are nice people – the nicest people on the face of the earth. The follow the policy that it is nice to be important but it is important to be nice.
  6. The Opportunity to Serve: Rotary is a service club. Its business is mankind. Its product is service. Rotarian provide community service to both local and international communities. Some believe this is the best reason for becoming a Rotarian. It is the chance to do something for somebody else, have fun and to enjoy the good feeling that comes in the process. It is richly rewarding.
  7. Leadership Development: Rotary is an organization of leaders and it is led by its own people. Participating on Rotary committees and n club activities is always an educational and leadership opportunity.
  8. Citizenship in the Community: To be listed in the Rotary roster shows that you are good citizens of the community we all live in. Typically, Rotary clubs consist of community oriented people.
  9. Prestige: Rotary is the oldest and most prestigious service club in the world. Its ranks include executives, managers, professionals and people who make decisions and influence policies.
  10. Public Communications: Participation in Rotary develops confidence and skill in public discourse and the opportunity to practice these skills.
  11. Citizenship in the world: Every Rotarian wears a pin that says “Rotary International.” Ever Rotarian is welcome-even encouraged- to attend any of the 32,000 clubs which are located in virtually every country in the world.
  12. Deployment of Social Skills: Rotary clubs and districts have parties, activates, conferences, and conversations that allow members and spouse to develop live-long friendships. Rotary develops ones’ personality, social skills and people skills. Rotary id for people who like people.
  13. Cultural Awareness: Around the world, practically every country, religion, culture, race, red, political persuasion and ethnic identity is found in Rotary, it is a cross section of the world’s most prominent citizens. They become better citizens of their countries by being Rotarians.
  14. Continuing Education: Each week at Rotary there is a program designed to keep one informed about what is going on in their community, nation, and world. Meetings provide opportunities to listen to different speakers on a variety of topics.