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Bringing up babies

After overcoming a tough childhood, pediatrician Ramon Resa is helping to raise a new generation of

Rotary advisers put polio on world stage

Behind the scenes of polio eradicationRotary’s national advocacy advisers are putting polio on the world stage. Here’s

‘Peace needs to be lived’

Rotary Day at the United Nations pushes peace from concept to

More than $1 billion in pledges to end polio

At the Rotary International Convention, global leaders and key donors affirm their commitment to ending

Scholar measuring and stopping public corruption

Scholar measuring and stopping public corruptionGlobal grant scholarship recipient Lusiné Mehrabyan is working toward solving one of the most difficult and pervasive world ills: government corruption.Mehrabyan, a native of Armenia

Service Project Club Chairs

District Service Projects Chair 2017-2018: Ricky White, Lafayette, General Chair

The role of the club service projects committee is to help develop and implement educational, humanitarian, and vocational service projects that help your community and communities in other countries.

As Club Projects Committee Chair, you are responsible for ensuring that your committee does it's job well. There are several things you should do as chair.

Review the Service Projects Committee Manual

Review your club's bylaws to become familiar with your club's procedures and regulations.

Select your committee members with the president elect, and prepare them for the upcoming year.

Recent Service Projects in District 6780

The Knoxville club in addition to several other clubs, work at Beaumont Elementary School in helping them clean, upgrade and get new books ready for their library. 

The Knoxville Breakfast club installed new audio visual equipment in Bluegrass Elementary to help them with their A/V media classes

 The Knoxville club repaired and restored benches, a projection booth & lighting at the Elmont Amphitheater in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

 Lafayette provided backpacks and supplies to kindergarten students 

Livingston constructed a new Amphitheater in a new downtown park 

 McMinnville Breakfast provided a therapy day with horses for disabled children

Oak Ridge built a Community Garden complete with new shed, tools, starter plants and education for the participants, with canning & nutrition classes to follow 

 Shelbyville designed a mobile Bookmobile to for Headstart family days