Anyone interested in learning more about becoming a Rotary Club member is invited to attend a Prospective Member Happy Hour at Rhinegeist Brewery in downtown Cincinnati, 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 30, 2017. The free event is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Cincinnati and includes drinks and appetizers. Click HERE for the official flyer.
Rotary is a professional service and networking organization bringing business professionals together to benefit the community. The Rotary Club of Cincinnati is the largest and oldest Rotary Club in Greater Cincinnati with close to 350 members.
Club service activities focus on children with disabilities and meeting community needs. Recent activities include working with creating art kits and doing vision screening at Children’s Hospital, serving dinner at Ronald McDonald House and planting trees at the Rotary’s Camp Allyn, where Stepping Stones provides programs for children and adults with disabilities. Here is a video of our most recent hands on service project at Kings Academy school:
Weekly luncheon meetings feature speakers ranging from business entrepreneurs to community leaders and news-makers.
“I joined Rotary to become involved, meet influential leaders in our community and to help make a significant impact in our world for the better,” said Rotarian Kelly Flynn of Oakley, who is co-chairing the prospective member event with fellow Rotarian Brian Bascom of Anderson Township.
Prospective members must be 21 or older. Membership categories include corporate, individual and young professional. The Nov. 30, 2017, happy hour and information session at Rhinegeist Brewery is free.
Bob Bonder, president of Rhinegeist Brewery, will speak at the Rotary Club of Cincinnati’s luncheon meeting at noon, Nov. 30 at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel, Hall of Mirrors Room, 35 W. Fifth St., downtown, Cincinnati. Prospective members may attend the luncheon meeting for $10.
Space is limited at both events. RSVP to email@example.com or 513-421-1080.