Application Fee: $25
(Due with application)
Lunch Cost $155
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Dues Only $55
Lunch is only paid
if you attend a meeting.
Dues include National
and District dues and subscription to
For questions, contact:
Rotarians are business and professional leaders who take an active role in their communities while greatly enriching their personal and professional lives. Rotary Club of Bixby contains a diverse group of professional leaders from the community that the club serves.
Membership in the Rotary Club of Bixby offers a number of benefits, including:
Through our service programs, our club can have a significant effect on the quality of life in our community. Rotary Foundation programs offer opportunities to form international partnerships that help people in need worldwide. Some 1.2 million Rotarians in 30,000 clubs in more than 160 countries make significant contributions to the quality of life at home and around the globe.
An important distinction between Rotary and other organizations is that membership in Rotary is by invitation. Rotary clubs invite individuals to join and become members.
Membership is vital to a Rotary club's operations and community service activities. A primary goal of the club is to continually expand the club with committed members who have the interest and ability to get involved in service and humanitarian projects. Prospective members must:
Often a person being considered for membership is invited by a member/sponsor to attend one or more club meetings to learn more about Rotary. The sponsor may then submit the name of the candidate to the club's membership committee.
Interested in membership but don't know any Rotarians? Just contact any of the club leadership.
Rotary uses a classification system to establish and maintain a vibrant cross-section or representation of the community's business, vocational, and professional interests among members and to develop a pool of resources and expertise to successfully implement service projects. This system is based on the founders' paradigm of choosing cross-representation of each business, profession, and institution within a community.
A classification describes either the principal business or the professional service of the organization that the Rotarian works for or the Rotarian's own activity within the organization. Some examples of classifications include: high schools, universities, eye surgery, banking, pharmaceutical-retailing, petroleum-distribution, and insurance agency.