Madison-Goodlettsville  

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Madison-Goodlettsville

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Ryan's Buffet
2151 Gallatin Pike North
Madison, TN  37115-2003
United States
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We will not be meeting at our regular location this week.  Instead we're meeting at Skyline Hospital, Madison Campus.  Go to 500 Hospital Drive, then to the Medical Office Bldg, 4th Floor in the Magnolia Room.  This is the campus that's down Neely's Bend Road. 
 
 
For August, we are serving food for the Bridge Ministry located under the Jefferson Street bridge at 1122 2nd Ave. North.  Please be there by 5:15 on Tuesday, August 26th.  We encourage you to bring your family to help as well.  Wear you MG Rotary shirt!
 
Candy Christmas came to our group and spoke a couple months ago and many of us felt this would be a worth while effort to support. 
 
 
 

Speakers

Aug 26, 2014
Beth Furbush / Better Business Bureau
Happenings in Middle Tennessee
Sep 02, 2014
Steve Holt / Steveholt.com
Ideas to Attract Younger Rotary Members
Sep 09, 2014
Janelle Pickman / Hickory Gardens Assisted Living
Helping seniors with assisted living
Sep 16, 2014
Club Meeting
No speaker
Sep 23, 2014
Sep 30, 2014
Sergeant Vivrette / Metro Police Dept
Local statistics and information
Oct 14, 2014
Club Meeting
No speaker
Nov 11, 2014
Dr. Rodney Deaton / Dir. Warrior Wellness HCA
What We Can Learn From Those Who Have Served in Combat?
Nov 18, 2014
Club Meeting
No speaker
Dec 16, 2014
Club Meeting
No speaker
 

Home Page Stories

For August, we are serving food for the Bridge Ministry located under the Jefferson Street bridge at 1122 2nd Ave. North.  Please be there by 5:15 on Tuesday, August 26th.  We encourage you to bring your family to help as well.  Wear you MG Rotary shirt!
 
Candy Christmas came to our group and spoke a couple months ago and many of us felt this would be a worth while effort to support. 
 

 
On August 12th, Larry McGoogin with TDOT gave us a great presentation on how his department does strategic planning for future road projects across Tennessee. 
 

 
On August 5th, we were honored to have Kelsey Mahaffey speak to us about a local center that most people probably aren't aware of in Madison.  We learned that even though Fifty Forward implies it's for those over 50, it is actually open to all regardless of age. I recommend you check out this organization and their facility.  They're website is FiftyForward.org.
 

 
Jeff Lancaster was presented with his Paul Harris Fellow +1 pin this week.  Congratulations on this milestone Jeff!
 

 
We'd like to congratulate Jill Howard on becoming the MG Rotary President for the 2014-2015 year.  Jill brings with her a level of excitement and enthusiasm that is sure to succeed.  All of us in MG Rotary are looking forward to this upcoming year.
 
In addition, we'd also like to thank our outgoing President, Jeff Lancaster, for his great year of service as well.  We were able to accomplish many great things within our Rotary club under Jeff's leadership.  If you haven't already done so, please be sure to tell Jeff how much you appreciate him the next time you see him.
 

 
 
The Madison Goodlettsville Rotary Club was chartered on April 10, 1957 with 22 members--We have 21 today (and counting!).  Rotary was founded in 1905 in Chicago as a way for business men to fellowship and combine their humanitarian efforts--It is now one of the largest service organizations in the world (with nearly 1 1/2 million members worldwide)!

Each year Rotary International has projects to feed the hungry, fight disease, assist the handicapped and the elderly, give service to youth, combat illiteracy, fund scholarships and provide relief to disaster victims.  Each year over 35 million dollars are awarded in annual scholarships and charitable grants for projects like better drinking water and agriculture training.

The Madison Goodlettsville Rotary Club provides scholarships to deserving high school seniors in the Madison/Goodlettsville area, gives assistance to the King's Daughters School, provides dictionaries to 3rd graders each year, supports local citizens and projects when asked among other things.

We would love to have you join us for lunch on Tuesday at Ryan's buffet in Rivergate.  Please contact Jill Howard at 769-5008 for more details.
 
 
 
We always welcome our fellow Rotarians for lunch.  The cost is only $10.00 per person for a buffet style meal. 
 

 
 
 

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Treasurer
Foundation Chair
 
 
 
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