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Former District Governor Fran Milberg formally installed John Brown as the club's new president and the new members of the Board for the 2020-21 Rotary year. President John spoke to the club about his plans for the new year, emphasizing these two points.
First, our club's focus will be local. Throughout … [more]
Like thousands of other communities across the country, Thomasville is just now starting to emerge from one of the most devastating disruptions to life and livelihood in its history. Our shared reality is one of struggle, shortages and sacrifice. And, nowhere is this reality more acute than those organizations and agencies whose very existence … [more]
We were the Club of the Year - Runner up, Winner of the Jake Cheatham Award, winner of the Best Vocational Service Award, Best Foundation Total Giving - Runner Up, Best Foundation Per Capita Giving -Runner Up. We also won two Avenues of Service Awards from Rotary International. We were also awarded $500 from the District for a First Responder Scholarship. We also were the winner for the Best Internal Service Award, Best Bulletin, Best Overall Youth Service, Best Participation - runner up, Best Club Administration- runner up and the Best Rotary Has a Heart - runner Up. Terry Rouse our AG won the Follow Me Award, the Governor’s Citation and President Kim won the Sheffield Presidential Leadership Award.
|Jul 6, 2020||Better together|
|Jul 6, 2020||The Rotarian Conversation: Marc Freedman|
|Jul 2, 2020||Rotary’s first virtual convention inspires members to innovate and stay connected|
|Jul 2, 2020||3D printers to the rescue|
|Jul 2, 2020||Young at heart|
|Jul 2, 2020||Supporting the environment becomes a new area of focus|
|Jun 26, 2020||Watch: Italian clubs aim to protect hospital workers responding to COVID-19|
|Jun 26, 2020||Kenyan Rotarians take action to prevent spread of COVID-19 |
|Jun 26, 2020||Italian club uses expertise to aid in coronavirus fight|
|Jun 25, 2020||Clem Renouf, the RI president who inspired Rotary’s polio eradication efforts, dies|
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