Celebrating the Family of Rotary
The Rotary Clubs of Suva East and Suva Peninsula, Fiji, entertained children from an orphanage, a hostel for crippled children, and a rescue mission for street children during a special outing. Photo by Tim Wilson/Rotary Club of Suva East
Y ou can see it in their faces.
The joy that spills forth as Rotarians take part in service projects, locally or internationally, says volumes about why more than 1.2 million people around the globe belong to Rotary clubs and are committed to making the world a better place.
Throughout the year, Rotarians have and continue to share pictures of their Rotary experience on our Family of Rotary group pool on Flickr. The above photo gallery is a sample of the more than 900 photos (and counting) that have been added to our Flickr group. Upload a photo of your own.
Family Month celebrates the family of Rotary, which, in addition to individual Rotarians, includes all of those who are involved in Rotary's work from Rotary Foundation program alumni to participants in Rotary youth programs in thousands of communities around the world.
Spouses and children of Rotarians play a vital role in Rotary too. By involving family members, Rotarians make their club meetings and service projects more successful and more enjoyable. Clubs that are family-friendly have an easier time recruiting and keeping members.
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