Become a Member

 

The Rotary Club of Coffeyville contains a diverse group of professional leaders from the community that the club serves. We would love to have you join this dedicated group. Some of the benefits of becoming a member include:

  • Effecting change within the community.
  • Developing leadership skills.
  • Gaining an understanding of — and having an impact on — international humanitarian issues.
  • Developing relationships with community and business leaders.

Through our service programs, our club can have a significant effect on the quality of life in our community. Rotary Foundation programs offer opportunities to form international partnerships that help people in need worldwide. Some 1.2 million Rotarians in 30,000 clubs in more than 160 countries make significant contributions to the quality of life at home and around the globe.

If you are interested in joining the Rotary Club, talk to a Rotarian you know about it. All new members come through the recommendations of current club members. If you do not know any club members, go to our Contact Us page.

Prospective members typically attend one or more meetings before seeking membership. If you are asked to become a member, your sponsor will ask you to fill out a simple Membership Proposal Form, which will be provided to the board of directors for consideration. With the board’s approval, the prospective member’s name is presented to the entire club.

Quarterly dues are $154.50. There is a one-time member fee of $25.

Membership Proposal Form

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Rotary’s Four-Way Test

For Rotary, the Four-Way Test is the cornerstone of all action. In what they speak, think and do, Rotarians have a responsibility to continually ask…

  1. Is it the TRUTH?
  2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
  3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
  4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

The test is one of the hallmarks of Rotary. Since it was developed in 1932 by Herbert J. Taylor, who later became RI president, it has never ceased to be relevant. Its four brief questions are not based on culture or religion. Instead, they are a simple checklist for ethical behavior. They transcend generations and national borders.

Rotarians strive to keep the Four-Way Test in mind in every decision, every day… endeavoring  always to speak the truth, to be fair, to build goodwill and better friendships, and to do our very best in all situations.

 

 

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