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The Chattanooga Hamilton Place Rotary Club has several upcoming events that give our members a chance to serve the surrounding community and fellowship with fellow Rotarians!
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The Chattanooga Hamilton Place Rotary Club would like to welcome our newest club members!
Pictured from left to right:
Robin Boyer and Rick Carlson, Membership Committee with Hamilton Place Rotary Club; Joe Williams, Matt Locklear, and Hank Powell, new Rotarians; Tyler Spry, Hamilton Place Rotary Club President
Pictured from left to right:

Robin Boyer, Hamilton Place Rotary Club Member and sponsor; Matthew Nuar, New Rotary Club Member; Roseanne Apyan, Hamilton Place Rotary Club Member and sponsor; Barbara Edwards, New Rotary Club Member
For the 10th year in a row, the Rotary Club of Chattanooga Hamilton Place partnered with Operation Warm and delivered 180 coats to several local elementary schools via our Warm Coats for Cool Kidz annual project. 

A brand new coat tells a child, "you're worth it." For the child, a brand new winter coat can be more than a coat, it can change a child's life and empower them with greater self-confidence and increased school attendance. Operation Warm manufacturers and provides a thoughtfully designed collection of new winter coats to children in need, helping to improve self-confidence, peer acceptance, school attendance and overall wellness.

The Rotary Club of Chattanooga Hamilton Place orders the coats, then club members meet to sort and deliver the coats to the local elementary schools and see first hand many of the children's smiling faces as they receive their new coats. 
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.
On February 22, 2020, several members of the Chattanooga Hamilton Place Rotary Club joined together to paint the halls of Bess T. Shepherd Elementary School.

The Rotary Club of Chattanooga Hamilton Place holds an annual fundraiser which funds community service projects including scholarships for non-traditional students to attend UTC and Chattanooga State.  Two of the Rotary Club's scholarship winners, Ashley Earnshaw and Rachel Baker, were recognized in our club meeting and expressed sincere appreciation to the Rotary Club members for the opportunity to continue their education.  One scholarship winner's next step is to attend medical school.  


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Rachel Baker and Ashley Earnshaw, Scholarship Winners; Kevin Beirne, President and CEO of Bethel Bible Village, and HP Rotary Club's Foundation representative 

Scholarship students at UTC and Chattanooga State.
Joel Mathai, Ashley Earnshaw, and Tim Perkins

Christine Freeman and Rachel Baker

Danielle Porter

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