Posted on Feb 28, 2018
Larry Adams, past-president of Charlotte Rotary, and assistant governor, related how his club started a satellite club after Rotary International provided for them in the latest changes to club constitutions.  It was a three year journey for this "old, white, male". They needed eight members to start the satellite; four came from the sponsoring club, four others were recruited. Selecting an evening time slot (5:30-6:30 pm) and meeting at a pub, with meal and drinks optional, made the club attractive to younger professionals.  The club has 17 members now.  Fundraising is limited to funding small projects. Dues are $160. Check out the FAQ on Satellites Clubs at RI, click here.