WELCOME TO THE ROTARY CLUB OF STOCKTON – Where Commerce Meets Cause.
But wait….. What, or more important, who is Rotary? Why might I want to be a Rotarian?
Well…. The answers might surprise you……
Rotarians are neighbors, community and business leaders. Global citizens uniting for the common good.
People from all continents, cultures, and occupations are united by Rotary. As the world’s first and largest service club, Rotary is comprised of some 1.2 million men and women who belong to over 30,000 clubs in 163 countries around the world. Rotarians are leaders in their fields and communities. We are bound together by a common set of personal and professional values called the Four Way Test.
The Four Way Test:
Of the things we think, say or do
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
These guiding principles and our diverse perspectives help us to see problems differently—and help us solve them in communities throughout the world. Our members do amazing things and with you, we can accomplish even more!
Spending time with so many influential and like-minded individuals has an effect professionally as well. Rotarians tend to build strong and lasting business relationships within their communities. Every week you have the opportunity to share lunch with prestigious members of the community, on a first name basis, while hearing from speakers on a wide range of topics. It is at Rotary where lifelong friends are made, careers reach new heights, and unimaginable good is done throughout the world.
If what you just read has you aching to know more, chomping at the bit to give back, and excited beyond belief to spend time with amazing people, simply click the link below and send us your contact information (Not to worry Spam is in violation of the Four Way Test so your information is safe with us).
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We will reach out to answer any questions you have, share what Rotary membership entails and invite you to a very nice lunch. Rotary membership does require an invitation from a current member and the chances are you know one already. In the event that you do not, there are plenty of friendly people in our club who would love to have lunch with you and help you to become a Rotarian.
Thank you for your interest in our club! I look forward to seeing you at a meeting very soon.
Elizabeth Mowry Hull