Make-Ups & e-Clubs

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How to make up a missed meeting

According to Rotary International rules, a club member must attend or make up at least 50 percent of regular club meetings in each half of the year. Any missed meetings must be made up within 14 days of a regular meeting.  If traveling, club members are encouraged to visit clubs in the new area to make up a missed meeting.

For Clubs in District 7950 - Check our Member Roster Book for a list of places and times each Club meets.  

You may also check online by using the Club Locator to get meeting and contact information.

Always be sure to call or e-mail before you show up for a meeting (you never know, they might have a day off).

What to do when you can't find a meeting

Rotarians often wonder what to do if there’s not a club where they travel or if an emergency causes them to miss a meeting.

One option is to attend a regular meeting of a local Rotaract clubInteract clubRotary Community Corps or Rotary Fellowship. Attending one of these meetings counts as a make-up.

Another option is to participate in an interactive activity on a Rotary e-Club website.  The newest e-Club is right here in our District, the Rotary Club of New England.  

or click below to visit one of the many other Rotary e-Clubs

Find out more about e-clubs.