If you are a Rotarian who wants to learn more about Rotary and help your club grow, the May district meeting is for you. There’s a misconception among the Rotarians in our district that a district meeting is only for Rotarians who are in club leadership. I’m here to put that misconception to rest!
Yes, the May 14 district meeting does have a training session for incoming treasurers and secretaries, but it will also have a session on recruiting and retaining new members to Rotary. Recruiting new members to your club and retaining them as good, active members is the responsibility of each one of us. In the membership session at this meeting we will learn about a new and different Rotary club, how to retain those members through an effective mentoring program in use by one of our clubs, and a Young Leaders Group that just may help you get those elusive “younger” members into Rotary.
In addition, learn about the programs you can be a part of in the 2016-17 Rotary year: District Conference, Take a Kid to the Ballgame, Global Scholars (a new opportunity in our district) and much more.
May 14, 2016
Greenwood Forest Baptist Church
110 SE Maynard Rd.
Beginning at 8:30 with registration, coffee and light refreshments and adjourning at noon, leaving plenty of time to enjoy the rest of the day.