Mike Newman, Ed Jackson, and Ron Lyster, Board Members At Large
Upcoming Meetings and More
July 18 - Membership Work Shop by Kathleen Terry of District
Note Change in Meeting time.Meeting starts at
12:00 instead of 12:15 and ends at 1:30 (as usual). Lunch
is served at 12 sharp, followed
by a Membership Work Shop led by Kathleen Terry of District
International has identified five significant touch points, or
Rotary experiences, that help us maintain prospective members'
interest in Rotary, keep them engaged for the long term, and
encourage returning members to rejoin.
Early awareness of and introduction
to Rotary: Ensure that the first contact, onboarding
process, and mentoring make positive impressions
Involvement in Rotary:
Provide local and international service activities as well as
professional development opportunities to meet expectations and
enhance participant engagement
welcoming environment that embraces diversity, transparency,
open communication, innovation and flexibility
Overall membership experience:
Explore the value and challenges of club membership
Paths to expand our reach:
Overcome barriers to
membership by offering new opportunities for personal and
professional connections and create new channels into Rotary.
July 25 - Video Presentation (Rotary International President
Rotary International President Mark Malony on the state of
Rotary and the impact of membership on all Rotary clubs. This
speech was given during the 2019-2020 "PETS."
Rotary is a leadership organization
made up of local business, professional and civic leaders who
meet regularly to get to know each other, form friendships, and
through that, be able to get things done in our local
community. Rotary is the world's oldest and largest service
organization (founded in 1905).
October 18 - 20 - WVRC visits San