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YEARS OF SERVICE
ROTARY CLUB OF
|Immediate PP||Teri White|
|Vice President||Tom Callaway, III|
|Public Image||Marta Turner|
|Program Director||Jay Flowers|
Felipe Fernandes Lopez will share his life experiences in Georgia and the United States.
Debbie Goodman will share the GRSP Foundation Report. With the help of Will Watt, Debbie will present the GRSP Recognition.
CARE KITS for the Halcyon Home will be created by the Rotaract Club.
They have challenged the Rotary Club members to contribute. Their goal is to obtain 100 of each item. Donations can be dropped off during the club meetings on Thursday. The last day to collect items is Thursday, April 25th. Cash and Check are also being accepted.
Materials Needed are:
Combs, Towels, Tissue,
Floss, Shampoo, Conditioner,
Nail Clippers, Deodorant,
Razors, Soap, Toothbrushes,
Shaving Gel, Brushes, Soap,
and Feminine Products
The Rotary Club of Thomasville is in charge of providing snacks for the hospitality suite at District Conference this year. We need YOU to sign up to bring something yummy to share with all the Rotarians of District 6900. We need sweet, salty, savory, whatever! And we need a supply for two days!
So...what's your best treat for parties? Please sign up to bring this appetizer in on Thursday, April 25th in a travel-friendly container (with directions if necessary). Kim Walden will be the contact person.
We will have the blood mobile in front of the Plaza on Thursday, April 25th. Please sign up with Irene Gleason and give blood!
The 2019 Rotary Youth Tennis Tournament will be held on Saturday, April 27th at Glen Arven Country Club.
Four Avenues of Service
The term "Four Avenues of Service" is frequently used in Rotary literature and information. The" Avenues" refer to the four elements of the Object of Rotary: Club Service, Vocational Service, Community Service and International Service. Although the Avenues of Service are not found in any formal part of the constitutional documents of Rotary, the concept has been accepted as a means to describe the primary areas of Rotary activity. "Club Service" involves all of the activities necessary for Rotarians to perform to make their club function successfully. "Vocational Service" is a description of the opportunity each Rotarian has to represent the dignity and utility of one's vocation to the other members of the club. "Community Service" pertains to those activities that Rotarians undertake to improve the quality of life in their community. It frequently involves assistance to youth, the aged, handicapped and others who look to Rotary as a source of hope for a better life. The Fourth Avenue, "International Service," describes the many programs and activities that Rotarians undertake to advance international understanding, goodwill and peace. International Service projects are designed to meet humanitarian needs of people in many lands. When a Rotarian understands and travels down the "Four Avenues of Service," the Object of Rotary takes on even greater meaning.
April and Kenny will present the City's plans for renovating the streetscape of West Jackson St from Madison to Remington. The project will start in May and complete in late fall.