Are you a community leader who is interested in taking part in transformational change in your community, making an impact around the world, and expanding your personal and professional network?  If so, Rotary Club of Lake Wylie is eager to hear from you.

Our members are a diverse group of socially and ethically responsible leaders joining together to impact communities at the local level and on a global scale. And because membership fuels our club’s impact, we take it seriously.

Membership Expectations

What Rotarian’s get out of Rotary depends largely on what they put into it. Many membership requirements are designed to help club members more fully participate in and enjoy their Rotary experience.

Club members assume personal and financial obligations including dues, lunches and club service projects. The primary obligation that a Rotarian has is to help the Club to provide service through donations of time, talent and treasure.


Members are expected to be actively engaged. This can be achieved in numerous ways depending on how the individual Rotarian wishes to participate. These include the attendance at weekly luncheons, attendance at social and fellowship events, participating in club, district or international service projects, participating in Rotary District events, participation in club or District leadership or administration, membership recruitment activities or visiting other Rotary Clubs anywhere in the world.


Members are expected to donate their skills and experience to help the club achieve its Service goals. This can be in the form of participation in service projects, fundraisers, membership recruitment activities, club administration, or a number of other areas.


Members are expected to pay their quarterly dues in a timely fashion. Members are expected to support our local Lake Wylie Rotary Club Foundation which allows us to fund our many service projects. Members are also expected to support the Rotary Foundation (average contribution of $100/year) to help support clubs worldwide achieve their service goals, as well as allow our club to meet the giving requirements in order to receive grants for our own service projects.

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