- $40 initiation Fee + $145 annual dues
- Attendance at the weekly luncheon meetings from 11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
- Invitation of a guest speaker one meeting per year with purchase of meal for the guest
- Participation in at least one committee
- Purchasing/selling 4 raffle tickets ($120 total) to the annual, primary fundraiser Rotary Auction
- Supporting fundraising for Princeton High School senior scholarships
- Volunteer your time and talents during community events sponsored by Rotary
- $75 Initiation Fee + $250 annual dues
- Designate a Primary member for the business. Primary is listed as an individual member with Rotary International
- Designation of up to 3 Supporting Members for the business
- Complete and submit a Corporate Membership Application (now available online)
- Includes all individual commitments as well. Corporate members accomplish the individual responsibilities as a group
Service Project Opportunities
- Annual Rotary Auction
- Delivery of Christmas poinsettias
- 50/50 raffles and fundraisers
- Rotary Park clean-up and beautification
- Volunteering at local agencies
- And much more!
The Four-Way Test of the things we think say or do is a test used by Rotarians world-wide as a moral code for personal and business relationships.
- Is it the truth?
- Is it fair to all concerned?
- Will it build good will and better friendships?
- Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
The Princeton Rotary Club meets every Tuesday from 11:45 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Our meetings are held at Ye Olde Underground Inn.
- Attendance - performed by Club Secretary or alternate member if absent
- Auction - work with several members on our main fundraiser event which provides funds to donate to several local organizations and internationally
- Audit - performs quarterly review of club finances
- Community Service - organizes and performs service projects approved by the Board. All club members are encouraged to assist with projects as well
- Foundation - fundraising dinner for International support of projects approved by the Board
- Fundraising - develop fundraising events for PHS scholarships
- Grants - recommends Rotary International and district grant projects, obtain training to write and submit grant application and reports
- Greeters/Collectors - greet and check in members and guests at each meeting, collect money for the meal, balance cash drawer, and give money to treasurer, maintain check in sheet member names
- Invocations - organize schedule of volunteers to pray at start of each meeting
- Membership/Mentoring - provide information about club and Rotary International. Be available for orientation of new members and available to answer questions about the club
- Pivot - create and distribute a weekly newsletter that keeps members informed about past, current, and upcoming events, members, guests, and other club information
- Programs - incoming President schedules club members to bring guest speaker
- Public Relations - write articles and inform non-members about upcoming auction, recent speakers, and upcoming events via BCR, radio, and social media
- Scholarship - review PHS candidate's criteria for college or trade school. Invitation to student to attend lunch meeting where they can give a brief biography including how the money will be applied
- Sergeant at Arms - announcement of birthdays and anniversaries (each pays $1), collection of Happy Dollars ($1 for each happy announcement), and facilitating the 50/50 drawing at each weekly meeting
- Special Lunches - plan, coordinate, and decorate for Special Luncheon events including Valentine's Day luncheon, Administrative Professionals Day, Veterans Day, and other special recognitions
- Vocational Service - nomination of a few local citizens to receive the Non-Rotarian of the Year Award
- Youth Programs - organize events for local youth; serve as advisor(s) for PHS Interact Club