Absences from regular club meetings may be made up in various ways listed in the Standard Rotary Club Constitution. Members who attend an RI meeting, such as a district conference, can credit the days attended to make up for club meetings missed as a result of attending the RI meeting. There several other ways as well. To achieve Rotary International’s regulation of maintaining a minimum 60 percent attendance record, up to half of this requirement can be achieved by making up missed meetings:
- At other regularly established Rotary Club meetings including e-clubs or online clubs.
- At a District Assembly or Conference.
- At a Rotary International Convention or Conference.
- At a Eureka Rotary Club Service project, including things like Back Pack for Kids, the Dictionary Project, scholarship meetings, small grants meeting, etc.
- At any gathering designated as a “makeup meeting” by the club president.
- Attending a fellowship meeting; e.g., Christmas party, club fundraiser
- Attending an Interact Club meeting
- Attending an Rotaract Club meeting
- Attending a complete Eureka Rotary Club Board Meeting
- Online for an online club or the club makeup.
Make sure to inform our attendance secretary that you have made up a meeting; it helps your attendance and the club’s overall attendance.