For Rotary, The Four-Way Test is the cornerstone of all action. It has been for years, and it will be in the future. Of the things we think, say or do
The test is one of the hallmarks of Rotary. Since it was developed in 1932 by Herbert J. Taylor, who later became RI president, it has never ceased to be relevant. Its four brief questions are not based on culture or religion. Instead, they are a simple checklist for ethical behavior. They transcend generations and national borders.
As Rotarians, we should have The Four-Way Test in mind in every decision we make, all day long. Our utmost responsibility is to speak the truth, to be fair, to build goodwill and better friendships, and to do our very best in all situations.
Rotary’s programs are developing the next generation of leaders, providing funding to make the world a better place, and making education a priority. Our events are not just for club members. Learn how you can make a difference in your community through Rotary.
Rotary members believe that we have a shared responsibility to take action on our world’s most persistent issues. Our Hermann Park Rotary club work together to:
~Support education in Third Ward
~Grow local communities
~Provide social services in Third Ward
~Be an inclusive charitable organization