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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
Fifty Forward Martin Center
960 Heritage Way
Brentwood, TN 37027
United States of America
Due to COVID-19 we meet utilizing Zoom only..
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The Little Harpeth River winds through the City of Brentwood for 10 miles. The Rotary Club of Brentwood is organizing the 14th Annual Harpeth River Cleanup on Saturday, January 30, 2021. Rotary is searching for civic groups, businesses, neighborhoods, or other citizens to volunteer to clean portions of the Little Harpeth as it flows through Brentwood. Social distancing and masks are mandatory.

     

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
Matt Largen- President/CEO- Williamson Chamber
Jan 29, 2021
Williamson County Chamber Annual Update
Scott Augenbaum- Consultant, Speaker, Author
Feb 05, 2021
Retired FBI Agent- Cyberintellience
Jason Golden- WCS Superintendent
Mar 12, 2021
Williamson County Schools Update
TABLE TALKS
Mar 19, 2021
4 Way Test Contest
Mar 26, 2021
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