Valerie Jackson, Director
|• Rotarian of the Year|
Club Service focuses on strengthening fellowship and ensuring the smooth functioning of Rotary clubs. A balanced membership is maintained by adhering to Rotary International's classification principle.
- The classification principle categorizes members by the work that they perform, and limits all clubs to no more than five members from any one classification (such as lawyers, bankers, social workers, etc).
- Membership in Rotary is open to business, community, and professional leaders who live or work in the community represented by the particular Rotary club, or in a contiguous (bordering) community. For our club, that means we welcome members from Plainfield, North Plainfield, South Plainfield, Fanwood, Greenbrook, Piscataway, Scotch Plains and Edison.
- Prospective members are normally specifically invited to attend a regular meeting by a club member as a way of introducing that person to Rotary and its ideals and meet other members of the club.
In any case, prospective members must receive an invitation to join before becoming a Rotarian.