Along with 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide, Madison Rotarians are committed to continue the fight begun in 1985 to eradicate polio.
In conjunction with the City of Madison, we have the privilege each year of recognizing outstanding Madison City employees representing fire protection, law enforcement, and community services.
The Miles Montgomery Golf Tournament is a Family of Rotary event where Rotarians, past and present, including family and friends come together for an 18-hole, scramble golf tournament.
Since 2006, we have been collecting pocket change in an annual campaign to raise money for polio eradication.
Honduras is the 2nd poorest country in Central America, with approximately 64% of Hondurans living below the poverty level of 2 dollars per day.
Done-in-a-Day Projects cover just about anything you can imagine.
Every August, we gather at Rainbow Elementary School to participate in the SS Kids Project, which provides backpacks filled with school supplies for local underprivileged school children.
Poliomyelitis — or the poliovirus — is a highly infectious disease that most commonly affects children under the age of 5.
Since 1985 Rotary has led the battle against polio, and kept the pressure on as worldwide cases plummeted from 350,000 per year to several hundred.
Didn’t we just do this??? Wasn’t it clean when we left it last???
Madison Rotarians hosted the 2nd annual “Steve Croomes Memorial Mardi Gras Party” at Madison Senior Center on Feb. 9, 2018.
Rotarians across our district supported and attended the annual Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) held last month at the Huntsville Space and Rocket Center.
Rotary International President-elect Barry Rassin laid out his vision for the future of the organization on Sunday, calling on leaders to work for a sustainable future and to inspire Rotarians and the community at large.
As human beings created for a purpose, we share a common bond with all who have been given the gift of life.
When the vision team traveled to Choluteca in November, 2017, they set up and operated a vision clinic as we have since 2015. But, this year Dr. Michael St. Peter came home with a new mission…
How it began was a bit of a fluke: Our incoming president, Debbie Overcash, attended the mandatory presidents’ training in Nashville.
Christmas 2017 — a beautiful time to celebrate Jennifer’s first Christmas as an American citizen.
2017 — Another year of Madison Rotarians supporting the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Bell Ringing.