When we heard that our friends at the Huntsville Inner City Learning Center were running low on school supplies, we dropped off a donation along with a cash contribution. Another great Done-in-a Day project!!!
Madison Rotarians supported our district’s Boiling N’ Bragging low country boil at the Crestline Village in Mountain Brook. This annual tail gate party kicks off the football season across the SEC while raising funds for the Critical Care Transport Unit at Children’s Hospital.
Madison Rotarians came out in full force this past Saturday to support SS Kids.
We took the streets again this month to keep our adopted mile clean and free of trash. From just south of the railroad tracks for a mile down Sullivan Street, we picked up everything from ….. well…. trash and to more trash! Thanks to all who came to keep our city clean: Mark Jacobson; Mark Greenfield and family; Tim Stone; Emily McIntosh and son Ian; Toni Johnson; Gene Pfeiffer; Peter Alvarez; Andre Coleman (below right […]
What better way to promote a fundraiser that benefits children than with children? Boiling N’ Bragging is our district’s annual tailgate party featuring a low country boil, entertainment, kids activities, and drink specials. All proceeds from this amazing event benefits the Critical Care Transport Unit at Children’s Hospital in Birmingham. So, save the date for August 19th, pack your bags for Birmingham, and plan to spend a great evening with friends from across the […]
The forecast thunderstorms held off this past Saturday long enough for us to cleanup our “Rotary Mile” of Sullivan Street. About 20 Rotarians wearing “Rotarian at Work” shirts and vests walked north from Highway 20 to approximately the railroad tracks, picking up litter along the way. Our first Adopt-a-Mile cleanup day was just one more of our Done-in-a-Day projects that, at the end of the day, leaves our city a little better than when […]
Thanks to all the Rotarians who turned out on Friday afternoon to help the Friends of the Library get their children’s garden ready for the May 21 Summer Reading program. This was our first Done-in-a-Day project this month and we were thankful the rain held off so we could finish laying sod in this beautiful garden. It was a great day to be a Rotarian to help our wonderful library.
The Salvation Army presented the Rotary Club of Madison with the First Place Award for collecting over $4,000 in December 2016.
Done-in-a-Day Projects cover just about anything you can imagine. When we find a need, we find a day to put our “Service Above Self” motto to work. Past projects have included supporting a Wounded Warrior softball game, working with CASA to build a wheelchair ramp, collecting health and hygiene products for underprivileged children, and cleaning graffiti from Rainbow Mountain hiking trails.