Rotary Evolution is calling out for new members to join its Truro-based club, with a series of events.
Part of the Rotary Club of Truro, Rotary Evolution offers a “light-touch opportunity” for people to find out more about this international service organisation and get involved with community projects.
The events, called ‘Rotary Evolution – What’s It All About?’, take place on September 10, September 25 and October 3 at Kasbah in Truro.
Communications officer for Rotary Evolution, Rachel Picken, said: “It’s a really good opportunity to get involved with people in and out of your community and make a difference.
“I meet lots of people who are interested in the work of Rotary but don’t always have time to commit to a traditional club. We meet once a month and roll our sleeves up on simple projects that make a positive impact.
“We’re very inclusive – we welcome men and women of all ages from 20-somethings upwards. There is also no pressure to join Rotary International straight away – it’s a chance to dip your toe in the water and find out if it’s for you.”
For more details and to register your interest in attending one of the events, click here.