Rotary Club

Rotary Club of Clacton-on-Sea

Membership of Rotary

Attracting new members is vital to a Rotary club‘s long term success, and so clubs put a great deal of emphasis on expanding their membership with enthusiastic and service-minded individuals.

Prospective members must actively hold -or be retired from -a professional, proprietary, executive or managerial position. And they must have the desire and ability to serve and to meet the club’s attendance requirements for its weekly meetings.

An important distinction between Rotary and other organizations is that membership in Rotary is by invitation. However this should not stop anyone who feels that they might like to become a Rotarian from indicating an interest, either by speaking to a Rotarian, or by getting in touch with a local Club – with no obligation on either side.

RIBI

Rotary International

District 1240

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Clubs usually maintain a list of the types of businesses and professions in their community and seek candidates to fill classifications not already held by an active member of the club, but classifications are many and varied.

Examples of classifications include, for example: Schools; Universities; Eye Surgery; Tyres -Distributing; Tyres -Retailing; Dramatic Arts; Law -civil.) In this manner, a club aims to include a significant cross section of its community’s vocational life, and has the widest possible resources and expertise for its service programs and projects. Website

If you are interested, we really would like to hear from you.

Club Officers, Hon Sec Derrick Norman 01255 672956.

The Rotary Club of Clacton on Sea, part of Rotary District 1240, meeting on Thursdays at the Esplanade Hotel Clacton at 12.55pm

Please link back to www.clacton-on-sea-essex.co.uk :

Clacton-on-Sea, Essex the Sunshine Coast, has a long sandy beach, safe sea bathing, water sports, a pier with amusements and a great variety of Societies and clubs

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