Club Service
Club Service
 

One of the five avenues of service for Rotarians, Club Service involves those activities that affect the smooth operation of the individual Rotary club.  The Club Service chair oversees a number of committees in the club that are responsible for such functions as attendance, greeters, club bulletin, fellowship, membership, programs, public relations, remembrances, classifications, Rotary information, technology management, club directory, public relations, finance, and fund development. Club Service is the core of the local club and is dependent on its members to take charge of the various committees.

Club Service focuses on making clubs strong. A thriving club is anchored by strong relationships and an active membership development plan. 
 
In District 5180, there are active Service Chairs for Community Service, Vocational Service, International Service and Youth Service. In addition, there are special groups that concentrate on Membership, Club Support, Training, Public Image and Foundation.  These are described elsewhere on the website. 
 
The District Chair for Club Service support is Gail Moxley.  She can be reached via email here.