Friday 22 February 2019
  • Little Brown Chruch

    Little Brown Chruch

    A rustic little church, with timber furnishings and little town charm. Available for hire! Please contact RCoJ for more info. Read More
  • Dorrington House

    Dorrington House

    Relocated in 2005 this restored building has history. Available for event hire! Suitable for meetings and small events. Read More
  • Dorrington House

    Dorrington House

    Many events have been held here. This event hub of this small town will cater for any event or party. Available for hire!
  • Cold Room Trailer

    Cold Room Trailer

    The Rotary Club of Jimboomba has a Cold Room you can hire for your next event. For more infomation please call Joanne on 0417 630 647 Read More
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About Rotary

Rotary International is an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. It is a secular organization open to all people regardless of race, color, creed, religion, gender, or political preference. There are 34,282 clubs and over 1.2 million members worldwide. The members of Rotary Clubs are known as Rotarians. Members usually meet weekly for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, which is a social event as well as an opportunity to organize work on their service goals.

What is a Paul Harris Fellow?

When $US1000 is contributed to The Rotary Foundation, a request can be made for an individual to be recognised as a Paul Harris Fellow; that person can be a Rotarian or a member of the community who is not a Rotarian.

When a person is recognised as a Paul Harris Fellow, they are presented with a Certificate signed by the Rotary International President and the Chairman of the Trustees of The Rotary Foundation, and a lapel pin and medallion. The contribution to The Rotary Foundation can be made in one sum or by cumulative giving over a number of years. Individuals can make a personal contribution or the contribution can be from a club, a company or business.

Some of the misconceptions or misunderstanding surrounding a Paul Harris Fellow are:

  • There is no such thing as a Paul Harris Fellowship, and it is not an award; it is simply recognition. When a Club contributes $US1000 to The Rotary Foundation, the Club sets its own criteria for naming a Paul Harris Fellow. Usually this is done to recognise an outstanding commitment to the Club or the community.
  • A personal contribution of $US1000 and the subsequent recognition of a Paul Harris Fellow should be encouraged not criticised; it is a donation to The Rotary Foundation, Rotary’s own charity and, therefore, every Rotarian’s own charity.
  • Recognition as a Paul Harris Fellow was never intended to be an award and certainly is not Rotary International’s highest award, although it is an honour to be named a Paul Harris Fellow.
  • Honorary Membership is the highest distinction that a Club may bestow on a Rotarian and should only be bestowed in exceptional cases for meritorious service in the furtherance of Rotary ideals and for support of the Rotary cause.
  • Club Presidents may also award one Avenues of Service Citation each year to a Club Rotarian.
  • The highest award an individual Rotarian can receive is the Service Above Self Award; only a maximum of 150 are awarded each year by the Board of Rotary International.
  • Being named a Paul Harris Fellow is not unique. There are over one million Paul Harris Fellows worldwide.

Every Rotarian should strive to be a Paul Harris Fellow because for each PHF named, we know that US$1000 has been given to The Rotary Foundation. Similarly, for each sapphire or ruby added to a Rotarian’s PHF pin, an additional US$1000 has been given to The Rotary Foundation. We should celebrate each of these milestones (and gem stones) for what they represent. That is, a gift to The Rotary Foundation and an opportunity to do even more good in the world through the Foundation.

Fast FAQ's

  • When was Rotary Jimboomba Founded? +

    Founded on 9 December 1986
  • In brief, what does Jimboomba Rotary do? +

    Rotary Club of Jimboomba Inc is very active in the local community concentrating on youth, International works in Vanuatu, and being of assistance to local residents.
  • little bit more about us... +

    Rotary is a service organisation for business and professional people, and for people with a track record in community service. Rotary is organised by clubs, with over 32,000 clubs and 1.2 million Rotarians in over 200 countries and geographical regions worldwide. Members of a Rotary club are part of a diverse group of professional leaders working to address various community and international service needs, and to promote world peace and understanding. In addition, Rotarians believe in having fun, so there is a strong social aspect to Rotary membership too. Rotary places a lot of emphasis on involving the family in club activities. Our members are our most important asset. They are the force that allows Rotary to carry out its many humanitarian efforts and achieve its mission. While clubs meet weekly, and an attendance of 50% or better is expected, you will find this soon becomes a habit that you
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