Membership Committee Descriptions & Time Commitments

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Club 29 Breakfast

Time Commitment:  Weekly with additional meetings as needed

  • Conduct regular weekly breakfast meetings.
  • Arrange programs for the breakfast meetings.

Member Engagement & Retention

Time Commitment:  As Needed

  • Oversee activities of all members.
  • Facilitate getting all members involved in club activities.
  • Ensure that members are provided with opportunities to engage in the club and become involved with club committees and other events.
  • To be proactive in measures to help retain club members

New Member Orientation

Time Commitment:  Monthly duty dispersed between committee members throughout the year

  • Welcome new members at a club board meeting and complete their orientation.
  • Present information to new members regarding the history, objectives, scope, customs, and activities of the Club.
  • Inform new Rotarians of the requirements for continued membership in Rotary.

New Member Recruitment  

Time Commitment: Monthly committee meetings; up to weekly electronic votes, and additional meetings as needed

  • Recruitment of potential new members for the Club.
  • Review of new member applications and recommendations to the Board regarding all applicants.
  • Review and modify as needed, the classification system of Club 29 as specified by the Club Constitution and the Club by-laws.
  • Recommend changes in the classification of members of the Club as needed.

40 and Under 

Time Commitment:  As Needed

  • Evaluate and develop ways to engage our under 40 membership.
  • The committee may make suggestions to the Board as needed.
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