One of the five avenues of service for Rotarians, Club Service involves those activities that affect the smooth operation of the individual Rotary club.

The Club Service chair oversees a number of committees in the club that are responsible for such functions as attendance, greeters, club bulletin, fellowship, membership, programs, public relations, remembrances, classifications, Rotary information, technology management, club directory, public relations, finance, and fund development. Club Service is the core of the local club and is dependent on its members to take charge of the various committees.  Here is a presentation given at the ABCs of Rotary on this avenue of service:


At the district level, the Club Service advisor and their associates function as a clearinghouse of ideas and information for effective club administration.

Listed below are their names with email links. Call on them often. They are there to help you.

Club Service Advisor: Nancy Keppel‚Äč

Membership Attraction and Engagement:  Angela Walker

For ideas and help on Membership Attraction and Engagement see the district's membership page

Attendance Reporting:  Clubs may report attendance via their club's web page. See Clubrunner help for assistance.