Members of the Rotary Global History Fellowship meet up during the 2014 Rotary Convention.
By Marilyn Axler
You’ve heard that Rotary is a global organization. You’ve probably even had a visiting Rotarian or spouse attend your club. Isn’t it exciting to know that we can share experiences and ideas with others outside our own club?
If you travel for vacation or business to another country, you probably also know you can visit any Rotary club, exchange club flags, and be treated with hospitality. That’s been our experience, whether we are within our own country or any other country with a Rotary club. This is our “Family of Rotary.” But did you know there’s another way to experience the global reach of Rotary?
Rotary Fellowships are independent groups that share common interests. Being part of a fellowship is a fun way to make friends all over the world, and:
Share a common interest in recreational activities, sports, hobbies, or professions
Further vocational development with others in the same profession or field
Enhance your Rotary experience by exploring new opportunities and making connections around the world
Each fellowship functions independently of Rotary International – establishing its own rules, dues requirements, and administrative structure. Membership is open to Rotarians, their family …read more
Source:: Rotary International Blog