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Weekly Update

Club News
Service Projects
Upcoming Programs:

Wednesday, August 27 (6:50 am)
Pat West will be speaking about the Power of Personal History.

Thursday, August 28 (12:00 noon)
Tommy Laurendine, University of the South Head Football Coach, Tiger Football Season Preview.

Wednesday, September 3 (6:50 am)
No meeting - there will be a combined meeting at noon on September 4.

Thursday, September 4 (12:00 noon)
Club assembly and joint meeting of the entire Club.

Wednesday, September 10 (5:30 pm)
Club social gathering at Scott Anderson's home in lieu of regular meetings this week.


The Monteagle-Sewanee Rotary Club conducts two meetings each week.

The Breakfast Meeting is at 6:50 am Central time every Wednesday morning at the Smoke House Inn Restaurant. From I-24 take Exit 134, turn left and go west on US Hwy 41A - we're about a half mile on the left. Come join us for breakfast!

We also hold a Lunch Meeting at 12:00 noon Central time every Thursday at The Blue Chair Cafe and Tavern in downtown Sewanee. This is about five miles west of our breakfast meeting site at the Smoke House. Come join us for lunch!

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26th Annual Golf Tournament
The Citizens State Bank Monteagle-Sewanee Rotary Club Golf Tournament this year was lots of fun and raised substantial funding for the benefit Grundy County College Scholarships. Many thanks to all who helped and played.
Rotarians Go to Haiti
The Monteagle-Sewanee Rotary Club co-sponsored a 10 day medical mission to Haiti in March. The mission was coordinated by a local church in Haiti and provided primary medical and dental care to Haitians in three communities - Montrouis, Cange, and Corporant.

The trip included three of our club members - President Chip Manning, Dixon Myers, and Janice Thomas, RN.

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Don't Meth With Us!
This project is aimed at elementary school children to make them aware of the dangers of Methamphetamines.

Don't Meth with Us programs were recently held at
Monteagle Elementary School,
Cowan Elementary School,
and Sewanee Elementary School.

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