Propose changes to Rotary’s constitutional documents by 31 December
Every three years, Rotary International's Council on Legislation meets to debate and vote on policies and ideas submitted by clubs, districts, and the RI Board. This process gives your club and district a voice in how our organization is governed. The Council has the authority to amend RI's constitutional documents, as well as adopt resolutions. Each district sends a representative to the meeting, and every club and district may propose legislation. The scope of legislation covers everything from club attendance requirements to the qualifications of the RI president. Clubs and districts...
Photo essay: Rotary past and present
This Membership Month, in celebration of over 100 years of service, we dug into the archives and found any number of parallels between today's Rotary and yesterday's. Though our world is constantly changing, this gallery reminds us how Rotary's core values have remained intact through the decades.
Rotarians in Action
Our Club is the Northwest Corner's largest and oldest. The slides above show some of our most recent activities...
Tattler Newsletters - Previous Editions
A brief introduction to Rotary across the world.