Develop New Clubs
Supporting clubs to both retain existing members and recruit new members is vitally important. However, RI data show that this alone will not Grow Rotary. RI data also show that nearly 90% of all new club members are new to Rotary. Because of this, the Big West zone has started an initiative to Grow Rotary through new club development and the district has a goal of starting at least 2-3 new clubs over the next 3 years. Any new club needs a sponsor club and a new club advisor to help start and mentor them. Here are some important resources to help sponsor clubs and new club advisors when starting a new club:
- Starting a New Club: https://rotaryzone2627.app.
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- Starting a Satellite Club: guide_satellite_clubs_en
- Club Types: https://rotaryzone2627.app.
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- New Club Informational Meeting: PowerPoint Presentation
- New Club Advisor position description: New Club Advisor PD
DISTRICT MEMBERSHIP TEAM
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Scott Florence (South) – St. George, Red Rock, Dixie Sunrise, Hurricane Valley, Zion Canyon, Cedar City,
Richfield, Moab, Monticello, Blanding
Kurt Brooks (Valley) – South Valley, South Jordan, West Jordan, Sandy, Midvalley, Murray, Valley West
Kristi Guest (Valley) – Millcreek, Holladay, Sugarhouse, Salt Lake City, Tooele, Hispano Latinos, Glendale
Brett Mickelson (Northeast) – Park City, Park City Sunrise, Park City Twilight, Heber City, Roosevelt,
Larry Parker (North) – Logan, Cache Valley Morning, Brigham City, Ogden, Mt. Ogden, Layton, Kaysville,
Tyler Young (Utah Co.) – Provo, Spanish Fork, Springville, Mt. Timpanogos, Orem, Lehi