Sam WilsonMarch 2
Michael WilliamsMarch 6
Cheryl ShippeyMarch 14
Mike DayMarch 30
Pat AndersonMarch 17
Elaine StillMarch 26
John WheelerStacey WheelerMarch 10
Craig HeightonChanda KayeMarch 20
JLeigh CarrollDon CarrollMarch 24
Carol AdamsTom AdamsMarch 25
J Matthew ThomasMarch 26, 20152 years
Deb BattleMarch 28, 20134 years
JLeigh CarrollMarch 28, 20134 years
Marshall PooleMarch 28, 20134 years
Former Director, Peace Place
GRSP Alumni and Georgia Rotarians
Atlanta Botanical Garden
1345 Piedmont Avenue, NE
Fabulous FOX THEATRE
680 Peachtree Street in midtown
Plan on joining us beginning June 10, 2017 for the GRSP 2017 Reunion in Atlanta, Georgia, USA in conjunction with the 2017 Rotary International Convention. The reunion will include several days of activity for GRSP Alumni and Rotarians to meet, greet and again share the friendship and fellowship of GRSP. Plans are being made for networking opportunities at the ‘House of Friendship’ – ‘Home Hospitality Mini-Reunion events at various Rotary Club sites around the city culminating on June 13, 2017 with GRSP’s Black Tie(optional) Alumni Banquet at the Fabulous Fox Theatre.
More data on the events is shown on our Schedule of Events page.
Click here to register.
Three new members of the Northeast Georgia Business Hall of Fame will be inducted Saturday at the Chattahoochee Country Club in Gainesville.
The ceremony will take place during Junior Achievement of Northeast Georgia’s Business Hall of Fame Gala. The annual event highlights the careers and public service of the honorees, who are selected based not only on their business accomplishments, but for their extensive support of the community.
Paul Maney - Although his roots are planted in Iowa, Paul has lived in Georgia for over four decades. During that time, he has become a devoted community member and philanthropist. A retired IBM executive, Paul now finds fulfillment in his real estate investments and ownership of several North Georgia-based small businesses.
All proceeds go toward funding Junior Achievement programs in Northeast Georgia. According to a press release, this academic year more than 8,000 students will be served by specially trained corporate volunteers in our area, teaching youth the fundamentals of free enterprise, business ethics, personal economics, and workforce development.
Braselton Rotary Club Provides Relief for Louisiana Flood Victims
|Arrival at the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank found the four drivers, Chad Bingham, Ronnie Jones, Blair Marshall and Ryan Sherrold greeted by thankful Rotarians and volunteers helping with the relief effort.|
|Rotarians Michael Williams and John Wheeler with Rotarians at Work shirts.|
Commerce Boys & Girls Club dedicated; Learning center honors CPO Michael Williams
By LeAnne Akin on April 4, 2016
On Dec. 18 just before 7 p.m., Braselton Mayor Bill Orr announced that a special guest was expected to arrive at the West Jackson Primary School cafeteria. According to Orr, Santa Claus had heard of a special gathering at the school and was going to make an appearance.
What is Rotary International? Your Local Rotary Club Is Doing More Than You Think
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