Service Above Self is Rotary’s principal motto, which means that every Rotarian is responsible for finding ways to improve the quality of life in his or her community and in those around the world through service.
The role of service committees is to lead the Bloomington Rotary Club’s service initiatives and help develop and implement educational, humanitarian and vocational service projects that benefit the local community and communities in other countries.
Club members in each service committee are listed below:
Community Service Committee is responsible for projects that respond to the needs of local communities.
Michael Shermis and Art Oehmich, co-chairs
International Service Committees are responsible for projects that involve efforts from Rotarians in more than one country.
Henk Haitjema, chair
Vocational Service Committee is responsible for activity that encourages Rotarians to model high ethical standards and apply their business knowledge and skills to benefit others.
Susie Graham and Tina Swanson, Co-Chairs
Youth Services Committee is responsible for programs and activities that engage young people up to age 30 in their community and in service projects that foster interest in Rotary.
Joy Harter, Chair
Byron Bangert, Chair
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