Rotary means engaging with like-minded members and the community
The key to connecting with the local and global community to make a difference—in your life and the lives of others—is through service to others.
We provide an environment of energy, warmth, and openness conducive to this. Service projects are member-initiated and, therefore, important to them, leading to a legacy of success. That success is many-faceted: It includes the ease with which friends are made in the club, the importance of the club to individuals for a variety of reasons, including career shifts, business development, desire for community engagement, and a host of personal reasons.
Our members revel in building things and in the creativity, engagement, and pride that come with that. Building is not limited to brick and mortar, wood, or irrigation tubing, but is equally important to relationships within and outside the club with the people to whom every project is directed in service.
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Levels of Rotary
There are different levels of involvement available to all members. You can be involved in projects in your hometown, working with fellow club members, or join together with members of other clubs for more ambitious projects. Larger projects may involve your district ( Northern California District 5160 for us ), such as helping victims of the Paradise Fire. Our club partners with clubs from other countries to do projects all over the world. We have built houses in Guatemala and provided sanitation in Honduras. Through collaborative efforts, such as digging freshwater wells in underdeveloped countries and building a bridge in Tanzania, we have contributed to the worldwide eradication of Polio.