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Club Long-Range Planning

Does your club have goals that encourage growth over several years?

Do you find it easy to recruit members and engage them in club activities?

Does your club fundraising meet your club’s service goals?

These are the types of benefits clubs receive from Club Long-Range Planning – focused growth in service and membership that is supported by club members.

The focus of the Club Long-Range Planning committee is to help Clubs make a 3-5 year plan for their Club. Because most Clubs change officers yearly, it is hard to keep the focus of the Club on where they want to go and what they want their Club to be. Club Long-Range Planning helps with that in our program.

We strive to help with “Consensus, Continuity and Consistency”. We have Action Plans to share and ideas to help make your Club think about the future of your Club. All we need is a commitment of 2-3 hours and we will be glad to help your Club members try and create a plan that they will engage and use to reach goals over the next 3-5 years. This is really a beneficial exercise for the President, President Elect, President Nominee and club boards or committee chairs in making their plans for their Rotary year.

Please Contact Kent Shelman or 816-510-9945 if your Club is interested in participating in this Long Range Planning.

Responses for District Clubs:
“Thank you for taking time out of your schedule and help facilitating our strategic planning discussion today.  I feel our members really enjoyed the exercise and I see some real opportunity to utilize the information and establish goals for our club.” – Chad Higdon, Assistant Governor, St. Joseph Southside and Andrew County Rotarian

Some of the clubs participating in Club Long-Range Planning over the past few years:

  • Kirksville North Star
  • St. Joseph South Side
  • Cameron
  • Raytown
  • Liberty
  • Lee’s Summit
  • Kirksville
  • Platte City