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Club Information

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Brentwood Tennessee

Brentwood Noon

Rotary Opens Opportunities

We meet In Person & Online
Fridays at 11:30 AM
TBD
Brentwood, TN 37027
United States of America
Due to COVID-19 we meet using a hybrid format utilizing Zoom.
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The Mission of the Rotary Club of Brentwood is to provide business, professional and community leaders an opportunity to promote high ethical standards and fellowship while serving in the Brentwood community, and also promote goodwill worldwide.
Upcoming Events
Speakers
No Meeting
Dec 04, 2020
Betsy Crossley/Keely Hall
Dec 11, 2020
Annual Business Meeting
Rotary News
In a time of social upheaval, where should America go?

Chicago Rotarian Xavier Ramey says the key to creating an equitable society is understanding where we’ve been

Rotarians pledge to restore the monarch butterfly’s disappearing habitat

Seventy-five percent of the world’s plant species are dependent on pollinators, such as the monarch, to survive

History: A Home for Headquarters

The idea that Rotary should own its headquarters dates back at least to the 1920 convention, when RI President Albert Adams said that he hoped to someday see the headquarters in a beautiful building of Rotary’s own.

Hunger hits home: The pandemic reminds us that food insecurity isn’t just ‘over there’

Hunger and malnutrition unleashed by COVID-19 could carry the impact of the pandemic far into the future.

In the face of a pandemic, the important work of fighting polio must continue

Rotary and its partners have mobilized disease-fighting infrastructure to respond to COVID-19 —while remaining dedicated to eradicating polio