The Rotary clubs in our District 5040 can learn a lot from each other. They can do more when they collaborate on service projects.
“Club of the Week” is a brief, simple way of telling the stories of our clubs so other clubs can learn from our ideas and projects and network.
Small or large, every club has at least one good story to tell about its achievements in the past year or so. This Club of the Week program is an opportunity to share that story so other club leaders can learn from it. Rotary becomes stronger by learning about itself.
Other club leaders may even wish to contact you to learn about your project, so your contact information is important.
By sharing your story with other clubs, through Club of the Week, District 5040 can build an archive and our collective reputation for service above self. Your club can tap into the Club of the Week archive for examples of what Rotary does in the region outside of your area in explaining what Rotary does.
Check out an example of Club of the Week posted on the District website at: >>click here>>
If you want to participate and tell your story or tell the rest of us about your club’s activities and achievements, just download the template, complete it and send it in: >>click here>>
Please take a little time to participate and watch the database of great service projects and ideas grow during the years.