This committee promotes small group fellowship among club members by coordinating businesses to host a group for a meal, overview of their business and facility tour.
What are Rotary Networking meetings?
A small group of rotary members meet at someone’s place of business to provide a venue for members to learn about the business and get to know each other better. Rotary Networking events are held at a business that cannot accommodate our entire club
How do you determine where the meetings are held?
Typically, a member of the Rotary Club of York will volunteer to host a meeting at their place of business or the committee will solicit ‘volunteers’ for businesses that they feel may be of interest.
If you are a Host, what do you need to do?
Provide a Light lunch (typically 12-12:30) for approx. 20 members – they can set attendance limit.
Address the group (typically 12:30-1:30) with a company history and tour.
Important things to know
- We meet about 3 times a year to choose hosts
- A coordinator from the committee is responsible for each meeting
i. Secure host & confirm date with Committee chair and Executive Coordinator
ii. Provide Executive Coordinator with a brief description to inform the club
iii. Take RSVP’s from club and provide host with approximate count
iv. Report attendance to Executive Coordinator for make up credits