Our District.

Find your passion of doing something to better your community in one of our 56 clubs. 
With multiple clubs that meet in person, and even one e-club where we meet online, there is a place for every person in Rotary. Together we can make small impacts to make a lasting change. 
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What makes us different?

Our distinct point of view and approach gives us unique advantages:
- We see differently: Our multidisciplinary perspective helps us see challenges in unique ways.
- We think differently: We apply leadership and expertise to social issues—and find unique solutions.
- We act responsibly: Our passion and service create lasting change.
- We make a difference at home and around the world: Our members can be found in your community and across the globe.

Enhance your Experience.

Our clubs meet or exceed the expectations of new members, provide opportunities for members to form new friendships while serving in their areas of interest, are growing and nurturing strong Rotarians. Add in building an understanding and appreciation of the bigger picture of what Rotary is all about – member engagement and participation will follow.
A strong team of Rotarians are ready to help in any way they can; all you have to do is CALL! Together we can, Together we will.

District 7210's Grow Rotary Committee

Mission Statement:

The role of the District membership committee is to focus on growing club members, through a plan developed to ATTRACT new members, and to reduce ATTRITION in all clubs. These activities will include educating the club leadership, motivating and mobilizing the membership to seek out new Rotarians and engage those existing members. The District Membership Committee will work in unison with the 7210 Diversity Equity Inclusion Committee, known as "Think Differently." The DEI Committee is an extension of the District Membership Committee. The District Membership Committee also works in unison with the D7210 Public Image Committee in promoting and providing awareness to District and Club membership activities. The implementation of these goals and strategies involve creating two Membership sub committees, each populated with club membership chairs and other leaders from the clubs in the district.

Membership Sub Committees:

New Clubs: The focus will be on creating new clubs whether Satellite clubs (requires a sponsor club) requiring 8 members, or a new Rotary club requiring 20 members.

Membership Engagement: The focus will be on reducing attrition, increasing member engagement by starting with a proper onboarding and orientation program, providing interesting speakers, leadership succession planning, service projects, fund raising, social activities and overall providing a rewarding Rotary experience to all members of the club