Who can be a Rotarian?
Men and women from a broad range of professional, managerial, community based or business ownership backgrounds. Most importantly they must want to serve their community and attend their club regularly. A significant cross section of a community's vocational life is represented - one of Rotary's great strengths.
How do you join?
Membership is by invitation, but if you do not know anyone in Rotary, please call Dennis on (08) 8381 8214, or email to email@example.com. A person who is interested in joining is invited to attend a meeting to learn more about Rotary.
If you live and work outside our area you can call "1300 4 rotary" (1300 4 768279) for assistance.
What's in it for you?
The Rotary experience is built on volunteering, service, friendship, business networking, personal development and FUN.
Rotarians are active in raising funds and supporting projects involving health and education and the development of young people - in their neighbourhood, nationally and internationally.
Through activities, responsibilities and opportunity, Rotary promotes growth in social skills, public speaking, leadership and motivation.
Rotary is fun! All meetings have a fun element - and there's never a dull moment when people with a common purpose pull together in support of a worthwhile cause.
A strong sense of camaraderie develops through a variety of club activities. Rotarians stand together in good and bad times. Lifelong friendships are often formed.
Everyone needs a network. Each club has a membership drawn from all walks of life. Rotarians support each other as well as helping those in need.