CLUB SERVICE Club Service is the cornerstone of Rotary service. It is the service that makes the Rotary Wheel turn assuring that all club members work well together. It seeks to promote the spirit of fellowship in which every service should be rendered.


    • Provide a steady steam of provocative meetings that provide members with a richer understanding of their community and their world.
    • Strengthen Rotary's ability to serve communities and the world by improving communications and training through the use of available technology.
    • Stimulate and educate the club on the constant need for new members. Provide quality Rotary Information and
      New Member introduction to Rotary. 
    • Create Awareness about Rotary and the club's service initiatives by contributing accurate, positive image of Rotary to various news media.
    • Enjoy fellowship and have fun at meetings and special events.
    • Conduct Fund Raisers to support the community, youth and international projects.


The Object of Rotary is "to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise." This "ideal of service" is fostered: through the development of acquaintance as the opportunity for service; the promotion of high ethical standards in business and professions; through service in one's personal, business and community life; and the advancement of international understanding, goodwill and peace.



Vocational Service deals with the pride in our profession and performing it in an upright and honorable manner. It emphasizes, primarily, the need for each Rotarian to fulfill his/her service in their daily relationships with fellow workers and associates.

  • Club members and the public are made more cognizant of the importance of high ethical standards and
    the 4-Way Test.
  • Club members are invited to bring co-workers to a club meeting during Vocational Awareness Month in October.
  • A local business will be selected from several candidates and presented a "Business of the Year" award from the club for exemplifying the "4-Way Test" through sound management, ethical dealings and community service.
  • One or more meetings during the year are held at local business locations for Vocational Tours


Community Service has been called the heartbeat of Rotary. Here, Rotarians can apply the Ideal of Service to their own neighborhoods.

    • Multiple $1,000 Scholarships awarded to High School Students.
    • Rotary Club Team walks in Relays for Life to raise awareness and money for the Cancer Society.
    • The Annual Holiday Project includes toys and Christmas gifts for needy families and a blanket drive for the local United way.  


    Through International Service, every Rotarian has a unique opportunity to work to ensure a more livable world. Rotarians, who represent a great pool of talent and experience in diverse fields, become part of a dynamic force untied to serve all mankind in the cause of world understanding, goodwill and peace.


    The main objective of Rotary is service — in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world. Rotarians develop community service projects that address many of today's most critical issues, such as children at risk, poverty and hunger, the environment, illiteracy, and violence. They also support programs for youth, educational opportunities and international exchanges for students, teachers, and other professionals, and vocational and career development. The Rotary motto is Service Above Self.