Kathy B, a past president of University Rotary, said “Serving in University Rotary has had an everlasting impression on me ever since Mike S introduced me to the club. Serving side-by-side will all of the members in University Rotary has been the best service experience of my life, and the core values of Rotary continue to shape me in other service roles”
People join Rotary clubs to make personal connections with fellow businessmen and women and professionals. The 4 stories echo the lifelong relationships we develop in Rotary.
Rotarians also connect diverse perspective.Like the communities in which we live, we represent different cultures and points-of-view. By uniting diverse perspectives, we see the world differently.
You can do that too. Shake the hand of one Rotarian and you are well within
reach of over a million more. Together, we’re working to enrich youth, ensure health, develop communities and promote peace. Why not you too?
We have joined Rotary clubs to make a positive impact on our community. We stay for the same reasons. We’re friends united by a sense of responsibility to improve the communities in which we live. Community…it can mean our home towns, our states, our country, and other countries in the world. It can mean women. It can mean children. As a Rotarian, YOU can identify the community you want to help. Why not you too?
Leadership. We do what’s right and do it right. We embody integrity—in Rotary, in business and in all areas of life. We set a positive example for our peers, families and communities. We apply our leadership and professional expertise to solve problems. As leaders from a broad range of professions, we’re committed to creating sustainable solutions for our communities—and persevere to see them through. Why not you too?