Club Administration

The Club Administration Committee is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the club, and includes the following sub-committees:

  1. Program: The Program Subcommittee is responsible for scheduling and identifying the club’s weekly programs. The subcommittee will identify and, working with the President, schedule between 44 and 48 programs.

  2. Social Events: The Social Events Subcommittee is responsible for scheduling and arranging four to six evening social events per year.

  3. Sergeant-at-Arms: The Sergeant-at-Arms Subcommittee is responsible for setting up and breaking down the club meetings. This includes the posting of the club banner, four-way test banner, theme banner, welcome banner, entry banner and club meeting a-frame. They should also set up the club badge case, the club raffle basket and tumbler. The Sergeant-at-Arms subcommittee shall also place the visitor log.

  4. Membership: The Membership Subcommittee is responsible for identifying and recruiting new members to the club. The Membership Subcommittee will collect the visitor logs and will use the contact information to connect with potential members to the club. The Membership Subcommittee will collect applications and will submit members to the club. If approved, the Membership Subcommittee will obtain Rotary pins, membership certificates and frames and coordinate the induction ceremony. The membership subcommittee is responsible for entering the new member data into the District ClubRunner database.

  5. Public Image: The Public Image Subcommittee is responsible for maintaining the club Facebook page and the club website. The Public Image Subcommittee will coordinate with news services to publish or broadcast articles and stories about the club. The public image subcommittee will develop opportunities that can enhance the public awareness of the club.


Community and World Service Projects

The Community and World Service Projects Committee is responsible for evaluating, proposing and managing the completion of club projects, and includes the following sub-committees:

  1. Rotary Park Improvements: The Rotary Park Improvements Subcommittee is responsible for working with the other partner Rotary clubs to complete the planned park projects. The subcommittee is also responsible for coordinating the annual park maintenance events.

  2. Peace Pole Project: The Peace Pole Project Subcommittee is responsible, in coordination with the Rotary Park Subcommittee, for completing the special Peace Pole project.

  3. Highway Clean-up: The Highway Clean-up Subcommittee is responsible for maintaining the interchange at highway 2/97 and highway 285. The subcommittee will arrange two highway clean-ups.

  4. Salvation Army Bell Ringing: The Salvation Army Bell Ringing Subcommittee is responsible for coordinating and managing the annual bell-ringing project.

  5. Red, White and Brew: The beer garden and hot dog stand committee is in charge of planning and executing our largest annual club fundraiser, the Red, White and Brew beer, wine and hard cider garden on the 4th of July.

  6. World Service Projects: The World Service Projects Subcommittee is responsible for identifying one or more world service projects that the club can participate in and fund.


FundRaising and Community Events

Wenatchee Confluence Rotarians have found a niche in serving adult beverages to benefit good causes. Our largest annual club fundraiser is the annual Red, White and Brew craft beer, local wine and hard cider garden at the Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce’s “Let’s Have A Blast” Independence Day Celebration at Walla Walla Point Park. We also raise money by serving at the Gorge Amphitheater during summer concerts, and the proceeds go to benefit our club Foundation.