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Upcoming Programs:

Thursday, May 25 (8:00 am)
Dr Ming Wang's talk is cancelled and wil be rescheduled. We're working on a new program for May 25.

Thursday, June 1 (8:00 am)
Club Assembly.


We hold a breakfast Meeting at 8:00 am Central time every Thursday morning at the Sewanee Inn. From I-24 take Exit 134, turn left and go west on US Hwy 41A for about four miles and turn right onto University Avenue - we're about a half mile on the right, at the golf course.
Come join us for breakfast!

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From the Rotary Weekly
Where polio hides

The discovery of the poliovirus in Nigeria last summer shocked eradication efforts. Here's how Rotary is making sure it doesn't happen again.

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Golf Tournament April 29

The tournament was sucessful and loads of fun, raising several thousand dollars for our education support.

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Cajun Supper Successful and Fun
Our 3rd annual Cajun Supper benefit fundraiser was held in Sewanee at Claiborne Hall in Otey Parish on Saturday, March 4.

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Event Calendar
  • May 20 District Training Assembly in Crossville

  • June 10 Rotary International Convention in Atlanta, runs through June 14

Eight New Paul Harris Fellows

On Thursday November 10, the Monteagle-Sewanee Rotary club was pleased to award the Paul Harris Fellowship Award to eight of our members. This prestigious award is given to Rotarians who have attained $1,000 or more in donations to support the work of Rotary International.

Speaking at the meeting, Rotary District Governor J. Fred Heitman explained the wide variety of projects supported by Rotary International that includes schools, water projects, microloans, medical care and hunger relief around the world.

The awards were presented by Monteagle-Sewanee Rotary Club Foundation Chair Dan Hatfield, District Foundation Chair Beth Stubbs and District Governor J. Fred Heitman to Barry Rollins, Tracy Temples, Mike Roark, Woody Deutsch, Henry Blizzard, John Solomon, Haynes Roberts, and Scott Anderson. The awards were followed by a presentation by Lee Ann Bachlund, Vice President for Admissions for the University of the South.