Club assemblies
A club assembly is a meeting that all members attend to discuss club programs and activities. Most clubs hold four to six assemblies per year. Assemblies allow members to
Brainstorm ideas for projects and activities
Set goals and develop action plans using the Club Leadership Plan
Coordinate committee activities
Review the club's strengths, opportunities, and weaknesses
Learn more about Rotary and its programs
The club administration committee is responsible for planning the agenda for assemblies under the direction of the club president, and may want to consult a suggested timeline and list of purposes . 
For assemblies that focus on strategic planning or continuing education.