If you're interested in becoming a Rotarian, please contact a current member for details.
1. Attend 60% of weekly meetings (waived for members who are active in club activities but whose work situation makes it difficult to attend 60% of the weekly meetings). Make-ups are encouraged.
2. Active participation on at least one committee, one community service project, and one fundraising event each year.
3. Sell 5 dozen roses every year during our club annual rose sale in November.
4. Understand the mission, purpose, and goals of Rotary International and the Ashland Rotary Club.
5. Bring at least one guest to a weekly meeting each year. 6. Be available as a mentor to a new member.
7. Know the 4-way test and familiarization with club activities
8. Pay annual membership fee and quarterly lunch fee
9. Work toward becoming a Paul Harris Fellow.
1. Attend at least 80% of board meetings (annually).
2. Meet all expectations of club members.
3. Each Board member who is not an officer will be responsible for one division of committees.
4. Demonstrate leadership toward achieving annual goals.
5. Determine the organization's mission and purpose. It is the board's responsibility to create and review a statement of mission and purpose that articulates the organization's goals, means, and primary constituents served.
6. Provide proper financial oversight. The board must assist in developing the annual budget and ensuring that proper financial controls are in place.
7. Ensure adequate resources. One of the board's foremost responsibilities is to provide adequate resources for the organization to fulfill its mission.
8. Ensure legal and ethical integrity and maintain accountability. The board is ultimately responsible for ensuring adherence to legal standards and ethical norms.
9. Ensure effective organizational planning. Boards must actively participate in an overall planning process and assist in implementing and monitoring the plan's goals.
10. Recruit and orient new board members and assess board performance. All boards have a responsibility to articulate prerequisites for candidates, orient new members, and periodically and comprehensively evaluate its own performance.
11. Enhance the organization's public standing. The board should clearly articulate the organization's mission, accomplishments, and goals to the public and garner support from the community.
12. Determine, monitor, and strengthen the organization's programs and services. The board's responsibility is to determine which programs are consistent with the organization's mission and to monitor their effectiveness.
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