In traditional clubs someone, often the Sergeant at Arms, walks around the room at the beginning of the meeting soliciting “Happy Dollars.” “Happy” members raise their hand, pass a dollar to the solicitor and tell the rest of the membership why they are happy. The “Happy Dollars” let Rotarians see more into the lives of their fellow members, and this helps build camaraderie within their club. The money so collected goes into each club’s community account.