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Rotary Membership offers World-class Opportunities
Rotary has a long tradition as being mostly singing clubs. However; the Rotary Club of Kearney Dawn was chartered strictly as a “Non-Singing Club”. It is actually written into our club bylaws that we won’t sing at our meetings. Our founding members moved from the Monday Noon club with explicit reason not to sing. It’s kind of a funny story.
“My favorite thing about Rotary is that it’s an efficient use of my time. All at once, I’m creating new friendships, making new business contacts, learning how my community works, and participating in the world.”
Membership in the club provides opportunities for both fellowship and community service. The roster of club members represents a dynamic cross-section of the leadership in our community.
Prospective members are usually engaged as a proprietor, partner, corporate officer or manager; they might hold a position in an executive capacity; or act as the local agent or branch representative of a worthy and recognized business or profession. In addition, they should be of good character and have a good business and professional reputation. Prospective members would need a Rotarian sponsor for membership.
If you have an interest in community involvement, we would like you to join us in making a difference in our community. If you are interested in membership, the contact us section provides a means for you to get in contact with someone who will provide you with additional information.
Our club meets every Wednesday at 7:00 am, at the Alley Rose restaurant, 2013 Central Ave. Cost of breakfast is $8; coffee is $2.
Meetings consist of a buffet breakfast, invocation, announcements, introductions, happy dollars and a speaker.
What is Rotary?
Rotary brings together our community leaders from all continents, cultures, and occupations to share their ideas for making the world a better place. By combining their distinct skills and expertise, Rotary members are tackling some of the world’s most pressing problems – from local initiatives like feeding the hungry to global efforts like eradicating polio.