2020 – 2021 Strategic Operating Plan: Rotary Club of Lawrenceville

July 1, 2020

The Rotary Club of Lawrenceville

District 6910

Lawrenceville, GA


    • RI Vision and Priorities
    • Introduce President Holger Knaack / Tina Fischer
    • RCL Statements and Values
    • Looking Back – The History of RCL
    • Leadership Positions
    • RI Six Areas of focus
    • RI Monthly Themes
    • Key Dates and Events
    • 2020 – 2021 SWOC
    • RCL Objectives
    • RCL Goals
    • RCL Priorities and Action Plan
    • Fundraisers / Service Projects
    • Benevolence Projects

Rotary Club of Lawrenceville Vision Statement:

“Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting  change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.

Rotary International Strategic Priorities:

Increase Our Impact:
People of Action are effective problem-solvers Let’s seek out new ways to translate our expertise into making a difference—in our communities and across the globe. Let’s prove that our impact on the world has only just begun.

Expand Our Reach:
People of Action activate and inspire one another. Let’s build connections and opportunities that will allow people who share our drive to do the same.

Enhance Participant Engagement:
People of Action strive to understand the needs of others. Let’s recommit to putting the needs, expectations, and growth of our participants at the center of all we do.

Increase Our Ability to Adapt:
People of Action are inventive, entrepreneurial, and resilient. Let’s stay true to ourselves and stay ahead of change in our next 115 years.

Mission Statement:

To provide service to others and promote high ethical standards, understanding,  and goodwill through its fellowship of business, professional and community  leaders.

Vision Statement:

To be recognized as the premier service organization within the community,  foster friendships and professional relationships, and support the ideals of  Rotary International.


Fellowship – We build lifelong relationships that promote understanding
Integrity – We honor our commitments and uphold ethical standards
Service – We apply our expertise and leadership in service to others in our  community and around the World

Our Four-Way Test:

Of the Things We Think, Say or Do…

Is it the truth?

Is it fair to all concerned?

Will it build goodwill and better friendships?

Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

Looking Back – History of the Rotary Club of Lawerenceville:

The Rotary Club of Lawrenceville was chartered in 1997, currently, the club has a membership of 29 active members.

Rotary International Six Areas of Focus:

Promoting Peace:
Rotary encourages conversations to foster understanding within and across cultures. We train adults and young leaders to prevent and mediate conflict and help refugees who have fled dangerous areas.

Fighting Disease:
We educate and equip communities to stop the spread of life‐threatening diseases like polio, HIV/AIDS, and malaria. We improve and expand access to low‐cost and free health care in developing areas.

Providing clean water, sanitation, and hygiene:
We support local solutions to bring clean water, sanitation,  and hygiene to more people every day. We don’t just build wells and walk away. We share our expertise with community leaders and educators to make sure our projects succeed long-term.

Saving mothers and children:
Nearly 6 million children under the age of five die each year because of malnutrition, poor health care, and inadequate sanitation. We expand access to quality care, so mothers and their children can live and grow stronger.

Supporting education:
More than 775 million people over the age of 15 are illiterate.  Our goal is to strengthen the capacity of communities to support basic education and literacy, reduce gender disparity in education, and increase adult literacy.

Growing local economics:
We carry out service projects that enhance economic and community development and create opportunities for decent and productive work for young and old. We also strengthen  local entrepreneurs and  community leaders, particularly  women, in impoverished  communities

Rotary International Monthly Themes:

  • July – New Rotary Year Month
  • August – Membership and New Club Development Month
  • September – Basic Education and Literacy Month
  • October – Economic and Community Development Month
  • November – Rotary Foundation Month
  • December – Disease Prevention and Treatment Month
  • January – Vocational Service Month
  • February – Peace and Conflict Prevention / Resolution Month
  • March –  Water and Sanitation Month
  • April – Maternal and Child Health Month
  • May – Youth Services Month
  • June – Rotary Fellowship Month


  • To increase the visibility of RCL within the Lawrenceville area
  • To provide opportunities for members to serve the community
  • Emphasize the importance of Rotary Foundation as a basis for giving
  • To maintain good financial health as a Club
  • To use technology effectively to communicate with Club members and the community
  • To educate members about their Club and Rotary International
  • Maintain a service project annually
  • To provide support to local community service organizations / initiatives through participating in projects, fundraisers, and sweat equity opportunities.