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The following is an excerpt from President Ian Riseley’s address when he was president-elect, where he expresses how he feels about the environment being something that we should all be passionate about.
Then read how one of our Rotarians is carrying out that mission.
This week Rotarians Charlie Callari and Beverlee Bartley helped with the Channel 3/Red Cross Hurricane Relief Telethon.
Kevin Beirne, Rotary Foundation Director and club member, presented club member Alan Johnston with a Paul Harris Fellow + 4 pin. Alan surpassed a $1000 contribution to the Rotary Foundation five (5) times.

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The Rotary Club of Chattanooga Hamilton Place and the East Brainerd Kiwanis Club held their annual combined holiday meeting and hosted the Chattanooga Police Street Crimes Response Team as the featured speakers.  The Crime Suppression Unit was started in 2007 by Chief Cooper and Mayor Littlefield as a response to gang related shootings/murders of 2006. The unit uses proactive techniques identifying areas and individuals which may be involved in gang activity. The Team presentation was extremely informative and enlightening, and our club expressed their sincere appreciation for the service of these individuals and our Chattanooga Police Department. 
Pictured from left to right, back to front:
Jonathan Bradley & Peter Turk from the Street Crimes Response Team; Todd Gaither, HP Rotary Club President; James Brown, HP Rotary Club Member; James Holloway, East Brainerd Kiwanis Club President; Kenneth Scriven, Street Crimes Response Team; Rosanne Apyan, HP Rotary Club Member.
The Rotary Club of Chattanooga Hamilton Place and the East Brainerd Kiwanis Club made a combined donation of $500.00 to the Chattanooga Forgotten Child Fund.  Accepting the donation was Sergeant Victor Miller from the Chattanooga Police Department's Fraternal Order of Police.  The Forgotten Child Fund provides toys to underprivileged children or those who otherwise would not have presents at Christmas.  
Pictured from left to right:
James Holloway, East Brained Kiwanis Club President; Sergeant Miller, Chattanooga Police Department's Fraternal Order of Police; Todd Gaither, Rotary Club of Chattanooga Hamilton Place Club President



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