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2019-20 Rotary president selected

Mark Daniel Maloney selected to be 2019-20 Rotary

Rotary gives millions in grants to fight polio 2018

Rotary announces US $96.5 million to end polioEVANSTON, Ill. (August 15, 2018) — Rotary today announced nearly $100 million in grants to support the global effort to end polio, a vaccine-preventable disease that once paralyzed hundreds of

Gladiator stars reunite at End Polio Now event

‘Gladiator’ stars reunite at End Polio Now

Rotarian helps clean rivers around the world

A challenge to clean the world's riversIn 2009, Salvador Rico stood in the waters of the Russian River in Northern California with other members of the Rotary Club of South Ukiah. They were there for a river cleanup, during which they

Rotary partners with Mediators Beyond Borders

Rotary partners with Mediators Beyond Borders to bring local solutions for lasting peaceEVANSTON, Ill. (Aug. 17, 2018) — Preventing conflicts from escalating into violent crises is 60 times more cost effective than intervening after

Community Service

Community Service Committee 2018-19:

Paul West, Maryville, Chair (2)  paul.west77@gmail.com

Robert Belcher, Chattanooga Breakfast

Dan Hipsher, AG, Knoxville Breakfast 

Bruce Horn, Fairfield Glade

Megan Ownby, Gatlinburg

Melissa Ownby, Seymour Breakfast 

Chris Thomas, Tellico Lake 

Pete Williston, Lafayette

The District Community Service Committee encourages every club to be involved in one or more community service projects. Rotary clubs are making an impact in communities around the world. Please send in your club's service project information to Eric Lindsay at eric@ciphertek.com to be featured in the District Newsletter. 

Below is an example of some of the outstanding Service Projects in District 6780: 

Tullahoma Sunrise - Blue Monarch Mission 

 Blue Monarch's Mission is to provide a long term residential, therapeutic Christian community for women and their children to break adverse cycles and rebuild their families. 

 

Maryville-Alcoa and the Music & Technology Rotary Club of Blount County Food for Kids service project

The Maryville-Alcoa club and the Music & Tech Satellite Clubs partnered together to serve over 500 children in 4 elementary schools to pack food for the Second Harvest Backpack Food for Kids program. Teachers identify children who they think are at a risk for being hungry over the weekend, and put the bagged food in their backpack. Second Harvest delivers pallets of food to the Rotary club, then members meet together to unpack the pallets and pack the bags, place in totes, then deliver twice a month to the designated schools. If you would like to sponsor a school, please contact Sam Compton at Second Harvest, 1-865-243-8221. You may also contact Jennifer LaRue for more information on how the Maryville clubs run their Food for Kids program.

 

Chattanooga - Miracle Field Project 

Miracle Field is a complex to serve physically and mentally handicapped kids in their area. 

 

McMinnville Breakfast Horsing Around Project

 This club hosts a therapy day for kids with disabilities and volunteers with horses.

 

Jamestown - Sergeant Alvin C. York Memorial Project  

 Members of the Jamestown club restored the grave and monument of Sgt. York, installed a new flag pole & flag, and rededicated the memorial to the community.