PRIVILEGES OF MEMBERSHIP:
Fellowship with people having similar ideals, including the desire to help others.
The feeling of satisfaction gained through participating in unique community and international service projects, improving your vocation, and developing international friendships.
The privilege of wearing the unique Rotary lapel pin, which identifies you as a member of a select group of men and women who attend to human needs along the pathway to peace.
A broadened acquaintance with leaders of other businesses and professions.
Participation in stimulating and informative programs at the club's weekly meetings.
Opportunities to form friendships with Rotarians of other clubs in nearby communities or around the world when attending other Rotary club meetings to make up for missing your own.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF A MEMBER:
Proposing new members: It is a privilege and obligation of every Rotarian to propose new members.
Service on committees: To promote the ideal of service, Rotarians should be active on the committees to which they have been appointed by the club president. Such committees may fulfill internal club functions, or conduct the service and other activities of the club.
Continue learning about Rotary and the opportunities for service. Attend the district conference, an annual meeting of the district's Rotarians, that provides fellowship and discusses the affairs of clubs and Rotary International. Also, attend an international convention to gain a true understanding of Rotary's internationality and the many ways in which Rotarians carry out international service projects.
THE MEMBERSHIP PROCESS:
In most instances, a person being considered for membership is invited by a member/sponsor to attend one or more club meetings so that the prospective member can learn more about Rotary and meet the club's officers. The sponsor may then submit the name of the candidate for membership to the membership committee, which will review the candidate's qualifications and, if it chooses, forward the name to the club's board of directors for approval. For interested prospects that do not know a club member, please make contact with us.
Club membership is open to the public and all are encouraged to contact us through this website or drop in on a meeting.
Rotary Club of Livonia AM
Join Rotary’s 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
37637 Five Mile Road, #179
Livonia, MI 48154