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New Member Orientation. Adapted from a presentation by the Rotary Club of South Gwinnett . Orientation Attendees. Name / Classification / Proposer. Rotary Basics This Is Rotary The ABC’s of Rotary You & Your Rotary Foundation How to Propose a New Member New Member Checklist.

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New Member Orientation

Adapted from a presentation by the Rotary Club of South Gwinnett


Orientation Attendees

  • Name / Classification / Proposer


Rotary Basics

This Is Rotary

The ABC’s of Rotary

You & Your Rotary Foundation

How to Propose a New Member

New Member Checklist

Personal Facts Sheet for the Club Database

List of Club Officers, Directors, and Committee Assignments

Copy of the Club Bylaws

Paul Harris Fellow Information

Orientation Materials

New Member Folder including:


Objectives of Orientation

  • Appreciation and Understanding

  • Responsibilities

  • Final Decision


Rotary is …

  • The world’s first service club

  • “Service above Self”


The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service

High ethical standards: worthiness and dignifying of all occupations

Application of the ideal of service to personal, business, and community life

Advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a united fellowship

Guiding Principles


Rotary Standard of ExcellenceThe Four Way Test

Of the things we think, say, or do …

- Is it the TRUTH?

- Is it FAIR to all concerned?

- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?

- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?


History of the Rotary Club of<add club name>

  • Chartered <month day, year>

  • Over <Number> Current Members

  • District Recognition and Involvement

    - <add text here>

    - <add text here>

    - <add text here>

    - <add text here>


<Club Name> Leadership

  • <Name> - President

  • <Name> - Past President

  • <Name> - President Elect

  • <Name> - Vice President

  • <Name> - Secretary

  • <Name> - Treasurer

  • Directors – <Names>


District <Number> Officers

  • <Name> - Governor

  • <Name> - District Governor Elect

  • <Name> - District Governor Nominee


Club Service

( <Name> , Chair)

Vocational Service ( <Name> , Chair)

Community Service ( <Name> , Chair)

International Service ( <Name> , Chair)

Four Avenues of Service


Rotary Fees

  • Initiation Fee – <Dollar amount> per quarter

  • Meals – <Dollar amount> per quarter

  • Dues – <Dollar amount> per quarter

  • Club Service Fee – <Dollar amount> per quarter

  • Social Events – as attended


The Rotary Foundation

  • Rotary Foundation Making a Difference Across the World

    - Paul Harris Fellowship

    - Sustaining Members

    - Benefactors


District <Number> Conference

  • <Information on date and place>

  • <Additional Information>


Rotary Protocol:Attendance

  • Weekly Attendance is a condition of membership

  • A Make-up is allowed within +/- 14 days (2 weeks)


Rotary Communication

  • Club Bulletin

  • District Newsletter

  • The Rotarian Magazine

  • Websites:

    - <Club Website>

    - <District Website>

    - Rotary International (www.rotary.org)


We hope you will become a Rotarian


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