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YEARS OF SERVICE
ROTARY CLUB OF
|Immediate PP||Kim Walden|
|Public Image||Mike Bixler|
Friday afternoon, October 16, members of the Thomasville Rotary Club and others toured the Marriott Courtyard Hotel under construction at the corner of Dawson and Remington streets in Thomasville, Georgia. Developers of the new hotel are allowing Georgia Rotary to help design the entry plaza as a tribute to the Georgia Rotary Student Program (GRSP) and the fountain as a memorial to the GRSP founder. MORE
THANK YOU to all Rotarians who assisted this year in our annual Hands On Thomas County event at Vashti. Good work and good fun!
District Govern Kirk Driskell comes to Thomasville this week!
We will be hosting a reception on Wednesday, October 28 from 6-8 pm at the Business Exchange (5th floor). and Governor Driskell will be our speaker at Thursday's meeting.
Kirk joined the Alpharetta Rotary Club, following in the footsteps of his father, Ken Driskell, who was a charter member and past president of the club. Kirk served as his Club’s President in 2015-2016. Prior to serving as Club President, he served in multiple club leadership roles and was honored to receive both, “Rookie of the Year” and “Rotarian of the Year” awards. He has served on multiple International service trips and local community service projects. MORE
Hello Rotary Club of Thomasville. Meeting attendance is averaging around sixty members each week. Last week there were forty at the Plaza and twenty-four on Zoom. As we journey back to more favorable circumstances, President John Brown continues to remind us that Rotary Opens Opportunities. Even with the present distress we are presented with opportunities to make a difference in our community and the world. MORE
Pictured on the left are our October Technology Students of the Month. From Left: Emily Potter, representing the Thomas County Central High. Brianna Singleton, Thomasville High School.
On the Right, our Brookwood Student, Drew Parker along with our own Dr. Randy Watts who presented this award on Rotary’s behalf. Congratulations again to these award recipients.
Please congratulate them if you see them out and about!
Our first event on October 28th at noon in front of the Police Station/Sheriff's Office.
The Heroes committee thanks you in advance for your assistance with this and can't wait to get back out in the community!