The Way Forward
To be a strong, vibrant and diverse Rotary Club whose members are proactive, collaborative and responsive to Rotary International’s ethos of “Service Above Self”
- We welcome a diversity of age, gender, cultural and professional backgrounds.
- We prize honesty and integrity as demonstrated by the Rotary Four Way Test:
- Is it the Truth?
- Is it Fair to all concerned?
- Will it build Goodwill and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Expectations of members
- To honour the ethos of “Service Above Self” in order to improve the wellbeing of our Community
- We ask members to contribute to the various activities of the Club to the best of their ability and availability.
- To participate as fully as possible in all Club meetings and social activities.
What members can expect from our Club
- Our Club membership is flexible enough to accommodate individual and personal circumstances.
- The opportunity to develop personal and professional relationships with fellow members
- New opportunities for networking
- The opportunity to develop and exercise leadership skills.
- The chance to acquire specific knowledge and develop skills for participating in not-for-profit community-based enterprises and ventures.
- Maintain a diverse club membership of around 45.
- Every member to accept or develop an area of responsibility.
- Provide a mentorship program to support all members.
- Encourage and develop members’ skills.
- Meet weekly in various formats (speakers, visits, forums and assemblies, Social activities, service projects).
- Develop our use of modern communications technology.
- Leadership training and succession planning.
- Continually inform and educate the community about Rotary and the Club’s activities.
- Develop long-term relationships with local community agencies and support them in their goals.
- Undertake activities which promote tolerance and harmony, for example, The Rotary Carine Fair can further enhance our Club’s vision of cross cultural, community inclusion and interaction.
- To support malaria eradication.
- Develop long-term relationships with overseas projects.
- Develop sister club relationships that are supportive of, and allied to, our international projects and make maximum use of matching grants and other Rotary Foundation funding.
- Develop working partnerships with businesses and other Clubs.
- Develop a range of business and employee awards.
- Create links with our local government entities.
- Continue our involvement in all Rotary youth programs and continue our involvement in drug and lifestyle issues for young people (particularly through the ‘Life Education Program’).
- Develop long-term relationships with at least two schools.
- Establishment of an Interact Club