Rotarians volunteered earlier this month to ring the Salvation Army’s bells at our local Wal Mart.
Who doesn’t love hot chocolate and cookies on a winter night? Madison Rotarians welcome Christmas Parade attendees to the Gazebo for complimentary treats during and after the parade.
Now in its 6th year, the Change for Change Campaign — or C4C — has been a ongoing fundraiser for the Rotary International’s PolioPlus fund and our global effort to eradicate polio.
We are proud to honor our first Madison’s Veteran of the Year, Lt. Col. Troy Trulock (ret.) Lt. Col. Trulock was presented this award at the Huntsville, Madison County Veterans Day Breakfast, held at the Von Braun Center, Huntsville.
Bill Drake has had no problem filling up his cigar boxes with loose pocket change the last three years to win the Change for Change (C4C) Campaign contest.
Rotarians honored the 2011 Madison City Employees of the Year with an awards ceremony and a reception at Madison City Hall. These awards are part of our Vocational Service recognition. The recipients were chosen by their supervisors and peers for exceptional job performance. Pictured above are Firefighter Richard Ennis, City Employee Terri Towry, and Police Officer Patrick Hamilton. The awards ceremony and reception were well attended by city officials, family members of the honorees, […]
The annual Miles Montgomery Golf Tournament was held earlier this month at the Redstone Arsenal Golf Course. Seventeen teams competed for the perpetual trophy in this 4-person scramble, which raised over $1000 for for the Triana Boys and Girls Club.
Rotary International President-elect Kalyan Banerjee encouraged Rotarians to Reach Within to Embrace Humanity during the 2011-12 Rotary year. Banerjee unveiled the RI theme during the opening plenary session of the 2011 International Assembly, a training event for incoming district governors. He urged participants to harness their inner resolve and strength to achieve success in Rotary. “In order to achieve anything in this world, a person has to use all the resources he can draw […]