The role of the club administration committee is to conduct activities associated with the effective operation of the Bloomington Rotary Club. Through efficient club operations, the Bloomington Rotary Club provides service to the Bloomington community, retains members and develops leaders for club, district and Rotary International.
Club members in each service committee are listed below:
Centennial Committee is responsible for planning the upcoming centennial celebration for Bloomington Rotary Club.
Mike Baker and Jim Bright, Co-Chairs
Fellowship , Family and Fun Committee is responsible for creating opportunities for socializing and networking among members and for caring for the family of Rotary, which includes Rotaract, Interact, Rotary alumni, Youth Exchange students, Inner Wheel and family members of Rotarians.
Beth Rodriguez and Glenda Murray, Co-Chairs
Programs Committee is responsible for developing the program for Bloomington Rotary Club meetings, which provides club members with the information and motivation necessary to increase their participation in activities that serve the club, community and world.
Jim Shea, Chair