As Rotarians, our members participate in the "Four Avenues of Service", which, in addition to Club Service, include:
Our Community Service projects go year round and involve every member to the extent they are willing and able to participate. They include:
Meals on Wheels
Vernon School Passport Program
End Human Trafficking
SMART (Start Making A Reader Today)
Centennial Community Project
Do you consider yourself to have good business ethics? Do you see yourself associating with people of good character from other worthy occupations in a common effort to promote good business practices and instill them in today's youth? Our Vocational Service committee works to help each member expand on these principles through these programs:
Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA)
Maybe you have the desire to make a difference in a bigger arena and work for world peace or travel to a foreign country on a humanitarian project. Maybe you see yourself a good will ambassador. We can help you fulfill these dreams. Our club's International Service Projects include:
World Community Service
Sister Club Relations
You may be wondering how we pay for all these activities. We have an annual Fostering Hope Event every March and one or two other fund raising projects during the year. We pay voluntary "fines" when it's appropriate to do a little bragging or to ease a little embarrassment with other members. We all pitch-in to ensure sufficient funds to cover the costs of our service projects.
Yes we're a busy club; but when we serve in fellowship with each other the work seems easy. We are looking for new hands to help, new ideas for service projects and new hearts to care.