• Light Up Rotary

    This year's Rotary theme is "Light Up Rotary". This based on the poem, "It is better to light one candle than sit and curse the darkness." This means each Rotarian can make a difference in the world..
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  • International Service

    Rotary’s humanitarian outreach to other countries through peace, goodwill and international understanding. Participate in International Service Projects by sponsoring or personally volunteering.
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  • Community Service

    Activities and projects that Rotary clubs undertake to improve the quality of life in their community. Each Rotarian takes responsibility for helping others to exemplify “Service Above Self.”
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  • Vocational Service

    The opportunity every Rotarian has to represent dignity and integrity through their own vocations as a way to effectively serve society. Rotarians encourage and foster high ethical standards in both business and professional settings.
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  • Club Service

    Promotes the development of fellowship and friendship while ensuring the effective functionality of the club. Rotarians are encouraged to serve on committees and boards.
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  • Youth Service

    Our newest level of service recognizing Rotary’s youth-oriented activities and projects including leadership development.
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District Governor, Tim Mobley

Tim Mobley DG
Meet Tim Mobley, our District Governor for 2014-15. Tim has been a Rotary Club of Bear Creek Valley member since 1999 at the invitation of his wife, LeAnn. Since joining, he has served as board member, secretary, chair of several committees, President and was named Rotarian of the Year by his club.

Mobley has served on the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards committee, Nominating Committee, has been an Assistant Governor working with the clubs of Greater Jackson County, and Co-District Trainer with wife LeAnn. Tim is also a Benefactor and member of the Paul Harris Society.
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  • Is Rotary for You?
  • Rotary is Evolving

We Are Ordinary People Working Together to Accomplish Extraordinary Things!

There are hundreds of reasons to join Rotary. For each person, it can be something different. The best way to find out is to come to a meeting and talk with other Rotarians. District 5110 is Rotary for You Meanwhile, here are a few of the most common reasons:
  • "I wanted to give back to my community."
  • "I want to make the world a better place."
  • "I enjoy fellowship with like-minded professionals."
  • "I joined to network with other business and community leaders."
  • "It's a lot of fun!"
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District 5110 Rotary is Evolving Supporting Youth Services

Rotary Clubs are diverse and as we move forward, we are continually adapting to the lifestyles of new generations. You'll still find traditional clubs, but new ideas are blossoming every day. After hours and E-Clubs allow participants to experiment with flexible membership requirements and club operations. Rotaract Clubs are specifically for ages 18-30 and are generally hosted on a college campus. Chances are there is already a club that fits your needs and personality. If not, almost any existing club will be willing to help you organize your "own club" under their leadership. There is a Rotary Read More