Why Are We Rotarians?
I’ve been in Rotary with the RCWS for some 17 years now. I’ve found Rotary and particularly our RCWS and its members to be caring, community-oriented people who basically focus on and care about the mission of Rotary, which is to help those in need the community, as well as building a better community through good example and projects. I also like the fact we Rotarians do not seek glory or primary recognition for ourselves or Rotary; rather, it is the mission/community projects which inspire and energize us and which we promote. - John Pellegrin
I am a Rotarian – because someone took the time to ask me. They saw something in me, a passion for service and they unleashed me on Rotary and I have not looked back since. The real question should be why do I stay in Rotary – basically three things –the chance to give back and make a difference in someone's life (service locally and internationally); next the fellowship (the great Rotarians I get to share time with) and last the FUN I have with members, the friends of Rotary and the people we help – we do MAKE A DIFFERENCE! - Steve Cook
I’m a Rotarian because I enjoy the fellowship and camaraderie of successful people who look beyond self and work hard to significantly help others in our community, nation, and the world. Making the daily effort to follow the Rotarian “Four Way Test” also helps keep me focused and inspires me to lead a better life. - Dane Rozenski