WHAT IS ROTARY?

Rotary brings together people who want to use their skills, experiences, and expertise to solve some of the world's most pressing problems — from organizing local initiatives like helping to fund new equipment at the hospital, working hazardous waste recycle day, or youth scholarships to global efforts like eradicating polio.
 
It all begins at the weekly club meeting, where members catch up with friends, hear what's happening in their community, and organize club activities and service projects. It's a fun way to connect with the people in your community who share your passion for doing good.

WHY SHOULD I JOIN A ROTARY CLUB?

People like you join Rotary to meet new people and get involved in their communities. As a Rotary club member, you'll also have the chance to:
  • Connect with community leaders who care about issues facing Dryden and hometowns around the world
  • Apply your personal experience and professional skills to solving challenges and creating positive change
  • Network and develop your professional skills, including public speaking, fundraising, and project planning
  • Involve your family and friends in your efforts to improve the world
Learn more about the membership process and member responsibilities. Still have questions? Write to the membership chair.

MEET OUR MEMBERS

Rotary boasts over 1.2 million members in more than 34,000 clubs worldwide. The Dryden club has about 55 members.  In nearly every corner of the world, you'll find a Rotary member who puts our motto, Service Above Self, into practice to make the world a better place.  
 
Here are just a few Dryden Rotarians:
 
 
And here are just a few from across the world:
 

OTHER WAYS TO GET INVOLVED IN ROTARY

If you're not ready to join a Rotary club, you can still get involved in Rotary and the work we're doing to improve lives everywhere. Here are some ideas to get you started:
 
 
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