Becoming a Rotary Member
Prospective members are sponsored or invited to join by current club members. You can request a member to attend a meeting or contact the club directly to announce your interest in joining.
The Club is the cornerstone of Rotary and where the meaningful work of Rotary is really carried out. A concerted effort is made to keep the Club’s demographics in line with that of the community in terms of gender, age, ethnicity profession, profession.
Rotary members must have established careers in order to be members. The Rotary has established programs for both high school (Interact) and college age Rotoract) students.
Rotary Club Responsibilities
Meeting attendance at the noon meeting in the Sea Pines Country Club dining room is critical to the development of fellowship, community education, communication and club growth.
Joining one of the Rotary Club’s many committees strengthens our ability to complete the work Rotary has committed to do in the community and around the world. The Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island has two major areas of required activity. The first is the Spring Heritage Golf Tournament where our responsibilities are will call, bus hosting and fore caddying. The second is the Salvation Army Bell Ringing at Christmas. Each of these events is critical to the community at large as well as the Club.
Sponsoring new members keeps the club alive and builds for the future. There is a financial responsibility that covers local and national dues, foundation, and meals.