We encourage enthusiastic and service-minded individuals from all walks of life to inquire about membership in our club!
In most instances, a person being considered for membership is invited by a member/sponsor to attend a club meeting and/or club project to learn more about Rotary. Their sponsor may then submit the name of the candidate to our board of directors to begin the evaluation process.
Others who are interested in membership but don’t know any Rotarians can contact one of the club officers listed on the board of directors page, or contact us here.
Once approved by the board of directors, a new member is inducted into membership at a regular club meeting. During induction, we introduce the member and he/she is presented with a Rotary lapel pin, a membership badge, and a folder with more information about Rotary.Click here for a membership application
What are the qualifications for membership?
A prospective member must be a person of good character with a good business, professional, or community reputation and also be one of the following:
A current or former professional, proprietor, executive, manager, or community leader
Committed to service with a record of personal involvement
A Rotary Foundation alumnus
What are the responsibilities of membership?
Members can choose their level of involvement. Like any other group, you get out of it what you put into it. Attendance is not required, but is strongly recommended for your benefit.
Some members choose to attend club meetings, but don’t have the time to participate in service projects. Others choose to attend tours and special events more than meetings. Some members enjoy doing everything!
Volunteer to serve on a committee that meets your interests, be a greeter for our regular meetings, or participate on a service project team. These activities help you to become better acquainted with your fellow club members and broaden your base of friendships and business contacts in the community. You will also deepen your understanding of Rotary and its goals.
All members pay annual dues to the club. The cost of annual dues is $260 plus the cost of meals. Members are invoiced quarterly for dues, the cost of meals (typically $9 except for special events), and for a $25 donation (optional, but strongly encouraged) to the Rotary International foundation.
Quarterly Dues breakdown:
Rotary International Dues – $65
Meal charges – $63 (variable)
Rotary Int’l Foundation – $25 (optional, but encouraged)
What is the minimum age to be in Rotary?
There is no minimum age to join Rotary. You may be invited to join at any age after you become established in a career and have the time and financial resources to meet all Rotary club membership requirements.