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Member Birthdays:
  • Tony Funari
    October 2
  • Mitch Chapman
    October 6
  • Garrett Wiley
    October 10
  • Stacy Lacy
    October 12
  • Charlie Space
    October 27
  • Debbie Fialk
    October 27
  • Nathaniel Langley
    October 28
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Linda Space
    October 12
  • Aimee Souto
    Brian Souto
    October 7
Join Date:
  • Jim Joedecke
    October 1, 2009
    9 years
  • Jeanne Stolar
    October 8, 2015
    3 years
  • Jennica Pridemore
    October 10, 2016
    2 years
  • David Dyer
    October 13, 2016
    2 years
  • Karen Bridgeman
    October 27, 2016
    2 years
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Immediate Past President
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Club Information

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Braselton!

Braselton Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 07:30 AM
Legends Club House
5473 Legends Drive
Braselton, GA  30517
United States
District Site
Venue Map
Home Page Stories
Charity Ball Belle Caroline Nix
North Hall High School student with dual enrollment at NGC
Hooch Chapter Officers
"The Dice"
Attend District Conference with the choir!
and Chipmunks
District Governor 2018-2019
Rotary Club of Madison County
Governor Azevedo presented a Rotary Grant check in the amount of $2,838 in support of educational project of our club.
GRSP 2018-2019
Program August 2018
with host parent Shawna Anderson
Jim Lloyd, President of Insurance Hub
Competition Bar B Que
Sip & Swine BBQ Festival
President Elect Karen inducts Michelle Zimmerman, NEGA Hospital Braselton, Marketing Director
 President Elect Karen inducts Chris Tarver of Southeast Restoration 
with his  sponsor Sam Wilson
Sergeant David Martinez
Gwinnett County Police Department
6 of the 14 MEMBERS Shared the highlights of their year.  Their focus project was  Project Clean up at Ashworth Glenn Mobile Home Park in Commerce
District 6910 Rotary Club of Year Runner up
Braselton Rotarian of the Year
Carrie Williams

Thank you present  to Nathanel from the Club
Rotary International 2018-2019 Presidential Theme
Be the Inspiration
District governors-elect got their first look at the 2018-19 presidential theme, Be the Inspiration, at the International Assembly, the annual training event held in San Diego in January. RI President-elect Barry Rassin urged the audience to build a stronger organization by inspiring young people and by spreading the word in their communities about the work Rotary does. “I will ask you to inspire with your words and with your deeds,” he said, “doing what we need to do today to build a Rotary that will be stronger tomorrow, stronger when we leave it than it was when we came.”
One source of inspiration, Rassin said, has been Rotary’s work to eradicate polio. He described the incredible progress made in the past three decades: In 1988, an estimated 350,000 people were paralyzed by the wild poliovirus; in 2017, just 22 cases were reported. “We are at an incredibly exciting time for polio eradication,” he said, “a point at which each new case of polio could very well be the last.”
Camryn Petit with her sister Marisa
Rhea Chawla and Caroline Odum with their Family
Scholars receive $1,000 each year they are academically eligible.
They are the 10th, 11th and 12th scholar sponsored by the Rotary Club of Braselton.
The scholarship committee is composed of Chairman Howard Hardaway,
Sam Wilson, Rebecca Farrow, Chad Bingham, and Martha Martin.
The alumni Braselton Alumni Scholars have a cumulative GPA of 3.84
2018 Rotary District 6910 Conference
Charleston, South Carolina
Club of the Year Runner Up 2017-2018
Gold Level Club Award
Captain Daniel Sprouse
Ranger Battalion, U.S. Army
West Point Graduate
Wounded in Afghanistan
Braselton Rotary sent gift boxes to his unit on duty in Afghanistan
UGA football
Caroline Gibson & Caroline Nix
Oct 18, 2018
Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County - Charity Ball Belle
Chad Bingham and RR Rowdies
Nov 01, 2018
Working meeting for Reverse Raffle
Anthony Williamson
Nov 15, 2018
President, Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton.
People of Action
Dec 06, 2018
Membership Matters - Annual Meeting
Home Page News

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.

Lousiana Flood Relief
Chad Bingham lead a team with several trucks and trailers to provide flood relief to the residents of the Baton Rouge area in cooperation with the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge.  The caravan delivered 8,000 to 10,000 pounds of food and water to a church, the food bank, hospital and salvation Army.
The project was supported by the Mill Creek High School Interact Club, the Rotary Club of Winder, Rotary Club of Jefferson and the Rotary Club of Gainesville

Braselton Rotary Club Provides Relief for Louisiana Flood Victims

Braselton Rotary President Chad Bingham and the club's liaison to the Mill Creek High School Interact Club, Carolyn Smith, assisted Interact members in loading the donations collected at the school to be delivered to Baton Rouge and Youngsville, Louisiana, after the recent disastrous flooding.
Mill Creek High School Interact Club members sort the items collected during a school-wide drive to help victims of the recent flooding in Louisiana. Jon Howell of the Jefferson Rotary Club and Chad Bingham of the Braselton Rotary Club loaded the donations of much-needed cases of water and clothing, toiletries and other items collected by the Jefferson Club. Ryan Jerrald of Ace Comfort Heating and Air, who donated his time to the relief effort trip, and Braselton Rotary Club president Chad Bingham loaded up Jerrald's trailer at one of the donated Premier Storage units.
Braselton Rotarians and Boys & Girls Clubs of Jackson County volunteers help to load one of the four trucks and trailers bound for Louisiana packed with relief aid donated by four Rotary Clubs, the Mill Creek Interact Club, West Jackson Elementary School, Jackson County Comprehensive High, local businesses and individual families. 
Donations were staged at two units at Premier Storage in Flowery Branch and then loaded into four trucks with trailers for the delivery ride to Louisiana on Sept. 26.  For Braselton Rotarians, it was all hands on deck for this "Act of Kindness" project to aid victims of the recent Louisiana floods.
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.
The Georgia delivery team with representatives at the First Baptist Church of Youngsville, which served as a relief station for local families.
The gratitude of having in-person delivery of much-needed items including bottled water and food as well as clothing and toiletries was overwhelming. Braselton Rotary President Chad Bingham said, "They appreciated it so much more than us just writing a check."   
Donations were staged at two units at Premier Storage in Flowery Branch and then loaded into four trucks with trailers for the delivery ride to Louisiana on September 26.
For Braselton Rotarians, it was all hands on deck for this "Act of Kindness" project to aid victims of the recent Louisiana floods. 
Rotarians Michael Williams and John Wheeler with Rotarians at Work shirts.
- Submitted by LeAnne Akin, Public Relations Chair, Rotary Club of Braselton

Commerce Boys & Girls Club dedicated; Learning center honors CPO Michael Williams

By  on April 4, 2016

The learning center at the new Commerce Boys & Girls Club facility is named in honor of chief professional officer Michael R. Williams. See more scenes from the dedication below.

The learning center at the new Commerce Boys & Girls Club facility is named in honor of chief professional officer Michael R. Williams. See more scenes from the dedication below.

North Georgia Community Foundationon on November 12, 2015  in Gainesville presented Paul Maney the 
Woodrow Stewart Leadership in Philanthropy Award?
The Trustees of the Georgia Rotary Student Program held their Annual Meeting on July 18, 2015 at Amelia Island Plantation.  The GRSP Endowment committee previewed an updated 2015 video about the GRSP program.  Many of the students and trustees are quoted on the video.  
 Georgia-based volunteers earn Presidential Volunteer Service Awards