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Royal Rose Club

Royal Rose Club

An Auxiliary of the Royal Esquire Club

Mission Statement of the Royal Rose Club

We are committed to supporting the positive focus and ongoing presence of the Royal Esquire Club as a long-standing, African American owned community organization. We exist to serve and empower families in our community through the creation and support of cultural events, educational opportunities and business endeavors.

What is an Associate Member?

Associate members of the Royal Rose Club are volunteers and are expected to maintain good standing in the community as well as articulate the Royal Rose Club mission statement to the community. Associate members support the work of the Executive Board in the accomplishment of the organizational goals outlined in the mission statement.

Associate Membership Duties:

  • Attend quarterly Associate Membership briefings and social hour.
  • Timely respond to requests for volunteers for Royal Rose Club and Royal Esquire Club events.
  • As needed, assist with the success of Royal Esquire Club and Royal Rose Club events by buying and selling tickets, acquiring in-kind donations, serving as event staff and responding to requests for in-kind services.
  • Participate in diverse community events as a volunteer representing the Royal Rose Club.
  • Timely pay membership dues if required.


The Royal Rose Club Associate Membership Application

Please email completed and signed application to: esquireroyalrose@gmail.com Please allow 10 business days for a Royal Rose Club Executive Board member to contact you to explain the next steps of the application process.

Privacy Notice: The Royal Rose Club will not sell or otherwise distribute your personal information.

Thank you for your interest in The Royal Rose Club

RRC Value in Volunteerism Associate Member Quarterly Briefings and Social Hour

• Provide an organized event to engage members, acknowledge birthdays, discuss upcoming events and requested membership support and discuss community issues.

• Provide an avenue for membership training and business support. This can include guest speakers, business presentations, mini- technical training.

• Fun, celebration and gratitude.

Proposed Quarterly Schedule:
January, April, July, October ( depending on how many membership applications we receive, we may want to schedule a special event that takes place prior to October so people aren’t waiting months for their first official RRC event. )

Time: 6-8pm.

Suggested Structure:
6-6:30 – Welcome and Social
6:30 – 7:30 Organizational Business
7:30 – 8:00 – Presentation of guest speaker(s), training, business presentation.