- Tier I: Under 23 members.
- Tier II: 23-39 members.
- Tier III: 40 or more members.”
- officer and Board succession plans (including timely and consistent nomination and election);
- documents and strategic planning (e.g., Constitution, Bylaws and etc.) review and revision;
- knowledge of Rotary History;
- calendar of speakers;
- “Family of Rotary” matters (e.g., condolence cards, get well cards, birthday cards, and etc.);
- new Member induction and orientation;
- online reporting (e.g., attendance, new members, officers, minutes, and etc.);
- club socials/holiday celebrations/charter night celebrations, and so on;
- timely payment of dues;
- Club goals, achievements and other matters
At the regular meeting of the McHenry Rotary Club, Thursday, July 21st, at the McHenry VFW Post, Past President, Tony Huemann received the anonymous gift of being made a Paul Harris Fellow. The award was presented by (Left to right in photo below) yours truly; with Rotary Foundation Chair, Phil Bartmann; and Tony and his wife, Brenda, Huemann present for the awarding. A goodly number of Tony's family attended the meal and ceremony.
(Left to right) Trista Iodice and Jeff Batt, McHenry Sunrise Club; students: Kyle Lim, Jim Myers, Megan Jurek, and Bri Huff; and Amber Bowgren, Assistant Principal, McHenry High School West Campus. They visited the McHenry Rotary Club at noon, Thursday, May 12th, at the McHenry VFW Club to talk about their recent RYLA weekend. The students were among 100 young women and men who met for three days at YMCA Camp Edwards in East Troy, Wisconsin, April 7-10th. The youth were selected for their leadership abilities and skills from several local high schools. The weekend included educational presentations on leadership, times for fellowship, and small group sharing.