New Member Information
Interested in Joining Rotary?
We are a fun and friendly local Service Club and we are happy to have potential members join us for breakfast a few times so we can get to know each other. If you are a service orientated person and want to meet others who are service orientated we should meet each other. If you think we are a fit then you will have lots more questions. We have answers. Don't be afraid to ask. cant make our meetings but want to Volunteer? We need volunteers as well. Volunteering is free.
If you are interested in learning more, contact us or speak with any Rotarian. Jim Ensign is our 2019-20 membership chairman Text him at 630-878-5680
Naperville Sunrise Rotary - Set some Goals for your Membership:
- Make us a regular part of your calendar and we become part of your heart! Attending committee meetings, helping during service and fund raising events and attending other clubs meetings also makes you feel part of our Club. Find details in our Sunrise Rotary Google Calendar
- Rotarians tend to regularly contribute some of their Time, Talents and/or Treasures to Rotary endeavors.
- Fellowship is a great benefit of Rotary that happens at our weekly meetings Friday for breakfast.
- Rotarian to share the service of Rotary by sponsoring new members exemplifying the ideals of Rotary.
- Check this website regularly. Login and pay your dues (roughly $500 is due each January and June).
- Participate in the Paul Harris Foundation by contributing what you can.
- Invite your friends and significant others to attend our social events.
- Join a committee and become a chair of a committee an or a club officer.
- Try to attend the Rotary 6450 District Conference in May and or RYLA around Columbus day weekend
- Learn more about Rotary through our New Member Red Badge Program (below) and discuss this RI pdf Guiding New Rotary Members with a potential member mentor from Sunrise Rotary.
- Watch some rotary videos like: D5030: Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club's Fall Family Fun Festival, Magill Sunrise Rotary Club showing why they belong to Rotary.
- copy the text of this Proposed Member proposal dotx template into an email. Fill it out and email your application to info@napervilleSunrise.org
How do I find out more about the Club:
Visit our Club Overview page:
Find out More about Rotary International:
Rotary International, the world’s first service organization, is made up of over 35,000 clubs in more than 220 countries and geographical areas. Its members form a global network of business and professional leaders who volunteer their time and talents to serve their communities and the world. Rotary's motto, Service Above Self, exemplifies the humanitarian spirit of the organization's more than 1.2 million members.
Strong fellowship among Rotarians and meaningful community and international service projects characterize Rotary worldwide. Rotary enjoys a rich and sometimes complex tradition and organizational structure, with many programs that can be confusing to new and even not-so-new members.
New Member Red Badge Program 2019, During your Red Badge period,Set these goals for yourself:
1. Attend a board meeting and understand board members’ roles.
2. Complete personal information profile on website.
3. Get your picture taken by Bruce Dixon for our club website.
4. Come early a couple times and be a Greeter for members and guests
5. Participate in club project(s) and socials.
6. Bring a Guest to a meeting or social.
7. Get signatures of at least 10 club members after asking them about their rotary experience.
8. Check in the members bu acting as the club secretary for 2 Friday meetings.
9. Sit at each table at least once on a Friday meeting
10. Visit entire club website- www.NapervilleSunrise.com pay your dues! Ask Jim (630-878-5680 cell) for help if you get stuck.
11. Visit Rotary Intentional and Rotary district 6450 websites.
12. Strive for perfect attendance at all meetings and functions.
13. Identify the five avenues of service and pick one to become involved in as a member.
14. Choose a sponsor/mentor. Have lunch and discuss what you have learned about Rotary.