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Rotarians all over the world unite to make a difference in our communities, and it all begins right here in our local clubs…with you! Come join us!
Connect with community leaders, business managers, entrepreneurs and CEO’s that make Alamance County a special place to live and work.
One of the best part about our Rotary club is our weekly lunch & learns! Every week, we get to hear from local community leaders and organizations.
Since joining Rotary, I’ve felt connected to the pulse of the community. Not only do I have the opportunity to meet local influencers, but I’m able to join them in charitable work that gives back to Alamance County and the world.
I chose Rotary as my civic organization in 2009 because it not only reaches out to my local community, but it is a global program. While providing good deeds, the Rotary promotes multicultural understanding through international youth exchange program, Rotary Peace Scholars, and international conventions.
Coming from another culture myself, it is important that the organization that I am involved with holds diversity in high regard, such as ethnicity, culture, gender, and religion, and Rotary definitely exemplifies in that ideal. In addition, globally connected Rotarians all have the same mission and belief, building fellowships through helping others: SERVICE ABOVE SELF!
I joined Rotary. That’s what I love sharing with people when they ask about what I have been up to. Because I have served our local club as well as our District as an officer, I get to see the power of Rotarians coming together to truly make the world a better place. There is a saying in Rotary, that we join Rotary for our own personal reasons – to network with fellow business professionals, to make a difference in our community or to simply meet new friends – but we stay in Rotary because our own lives changed as a result of being connected to something much bigger than ourselves. I joined Rotary to connect with with business professionals, I stay in Rotary because I get to be a voice and make a difference right here in our community.
I joined the Rotary Club of Alamance to build and strengthen the ties between the leadership in Alamance County and the Women’s Resource Center in Alamance County. I’ve learned so much about the work of Rotary in our community and across the world. I’m building personal and professional friendships and there is no better way to connect with others than by sharing a weekly meal.
I’ve been a member of the Alamance Rotary Club for over 10 years. In that time, Rotary International has played a key role globally in the near extinction of polio. Closer to home, our club supports a number of human services agencies and activities aimed at improving the local quality of life. In addition to Rotary providing a way to give back to the community and “do good in the world”, Rotary offers a great outlet for social and business networking on a regular basis.
Rotary is a service-based organization comprised of business men and women. You are welcome to come and connect with the members of our club and build both both social and professional relationships.
One of the many benefits of your local Rotary club is membership. Rotarians generally meet once per week to share community news, information about club projects and to host a club program designed to educate and inform members about the local community. We recommend every Rotarian attends each weekly meeting, however, we do realize that prior commitments prevent perfect attendance. As such, we have made it convenient for you to attend another club’s meeting in order to make up for missing your meeting. A Rotarian who attends at least 50% of the club’s weekly meetings during the year will remain in good standing.
While the only time requirement is attendance at our weekly meetings, we do ask you to participate in at least one of our community service projects throughout the year as a way to give back to our community. We also have fellowships at least once a year to relax and enjoy social events with friends and family.
Through Rotary International, our local Rotary club provides grants for projects and programs to benefit the Alamance County community.
Our local Rotary club has sponsored scholarships, computer repairs and other educational programs for students right here in Alamance County.
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