The Board consists of the below members and meets monthly , to

  • Discuss and resolve issues
  • Set policy
  • Allocate grants to the community


The role involves disseminating District information to Members, presenting weekly reports at Club meetings, selection of Board Directors, presiding over Board meetings and Club Assemblies, organising the Club’s AGM, inducting new Members and being the “face” of Rotary for public events.

Vice President

Supporting the President during periods of absence.

President elect

The President Elect is expected to attend a PETS training session during the course of the year in preparation for taking on the President’s role in the forthcoming year. 


The role encompasses processing all incoming and outgoing correspondence and keeping the Board and Members updated on Rotary District activities.


Responsible for managing the Club’s finances including accounts payable/receivable functions, the provision of cash advances for Club fund raising events and the presentation of financial reports at monthly Board meetings and the AGM.

Public Officer

The Public Officer is the official point of contact for the Club.

Club admin

Responsible for coordinating the Guest Speaker program and performing other administrative duties as directed by the President or the Board.


The role involves supporting prospective Members while they are considering membership to the Club and to maintain the currency and appropriateness of the New Member Induction Package. This Director is involved in membership retention and coordinates the new Member Mentor Program.

Public Relations

Responsible for coordinating the Club’s media contact and the organisation of any advertising.


The Foundation Director disseminates Foundation information to Members and is responsible for preparing and/or coordinating Foundation Grant applications.

Service projects

Community service provides the opportunity for Rotarians to be involved in projects that improve the quality of life for those who live in the community.

International service encompasses actions to expand Rotary’s humanitarian reach around the globe and promote world understanding, goodwill and peace.

Vocational service is a description of the opportunities each Rotarian has to represent to fellow members the dignity and usefulness of his or her occupation.

Youth service encompasses the promotion of Rotary Youth activities and the management of the Youth Exchange Program