Membership Growth is important! Imagine that your club were to lose ten percent of its members. How would that affect your service program? What projects might not be completed? Which ones might never have been started? Now consider what your club could accomplish with ten percent, five percent or even two percent more members. Think about the expertise you could add to your club's overall profile simply by filling all open classifications. Every new Rotarian brings a range of personal and professional resources and knowledge that can greatly strengthen your club's ability to serve throughout the community and the world.
The responsibilities of the Membership Committee are to provide information to the clubs on membership strategies, counsel club officers/chairs to ensure classification surveys are prepared, and work closely with clubs with membership loss or lack of growth.
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Tony Oliva with Rotary Exchange Students