Keith Johnston led a discussion of a new approach to membership, with members divided into seven groups: 1) Initial Contact, 2) Greeters, 3) Initial Follow-up, 4) Membership Discussion, 5) Public Relations, 6) Trackers, & 7) Mentors.  Groups met & reported back, suggesting i) we need a flow chart showing hand-offs between groups; ii) greeters need to provide basic info about Rotary, & tell them what will happen during the meeting; iii) initial follow-up should include a phone call and the prospective member should be asked if they know anyone else who might be interested;  iv) trackers should record numbers of candidates & send reminders to other committee members;  v) two current members should take the prospective member(s) for a coffee or lunch membership discussion;  vi) the public relations committee needs more specifics around the kind of people we are targeting (age, occupation, etc.) & they suggest we clearly articulate the value of belonging to Rotary, distinguishing us from other organizations like Kiwanis and Lions;  vii) mentors should begin earlier in the recruitment process, & we should continue “Fireside Chats” for new members.