Membership Growth Part II January 30, 2020
“Whatever Rotary means to us, to the world it will be known by the results it achieves.” Paul Harris 1914
Membership Chair Rick provided a quick review from the previous week:
  • Membership growth, to be effective, should involve all of us.
  • Simple analysis identifies only 44 of 61 members who are active at various levels with meetings and events.
  • 59% of our members have 10 or more years of experience (38% of this group have over 20+ years).
  • 70% of club is 60 years ‘plus’ (29% at 70 years ‘plus’) – keep in mind….
  • Dues paying membership over past 5 years averaged about 55.
Conclusion: it would be advised that our recruitment efforts increase so we can maintain our steady membership totals as our club continues to age.
Enter the ‘ELEVATOR CLUB’ who exemplify – train the trainers.
Butch Macri
Met a lot of great Rotary people over the years.
Many visitations all over the country.
Tom Kolepp
Rotarians take action - Rotary Vision: “Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.”
6 Areas of Focus
Peace Building and Conflict Prevention
Disease Prevention and Treatment
Maternal and Child Health
Community Economic Development
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Basic Education and Literacy
Clubs have a wide variety of opportunities to focus efforts
Rotarians are all about passion – helping others.
Charlotte Hartmann-Hansen
Do for others!
Do what you do then lead to what we can do together.
More rewarding to me than what I can do alone.
Look at all the projects we have done, locally and globally.
Personal additional driving force Polio Eradication. Sister age 2 had polio.
Jean Searfoss
We have a lot of fun helping people locally and around the world.
Tremendous diversity of opportunities and projects.
Non-political, religious, racial, etc.!
With so many things dividing people these days (like politics), Rotary brings us together.
If you see the spark in their eye, go to the next floor!
Bill Hunter
As a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar, Rotary put him on a global journey for his circle of life.
Lead to many global pathways and a career path where he is engaged half time at Lehigh University and the United Nations.
Rotary has led to tremendous opportunities.
Mike Long
Highlighted what Rotary can do for you, as the possible new member!
Ginny Wolkoff
Recognize we can create peace through our actions in our community.
Holly Sachdev, newest member
Get involved with the community!
Following a Cuban vacation, possibility for new clubs in Cuba!
Thanks for your help!
Rick Morrissey, MSR Membership Committee