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Upcoming Programs:

Thursday, July 28 (8:00 am)
We'll meet at McClurg Dining Hall instead of the Sewannee Inn. Member Dan Hatfield will speak on the Rotary Foundation.

Thursday, August 4 (8:00 am)
Back to our home at the Sewanee Inn. Club Assembly, where we evaluate and plan Club projects.


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
Former Rotary Scholar makes clothing with a conscience

The way Cynthia Salim sees it, the fashion industry doesn't have much to offer a young, socially conscious woman like her when it comes to work clothes. So the former Rotary Scholar started her own company to produce high-quality, classic women's wear constructed of socially responsible materials and made by fairly paid workers in environmentally friendly factories.

Click here to read the Rotary Weekly for more on this and other news updates.

2nd Annual Rotary Hunger Walk
Saturday September 3rd is the date for the 2nd Annual Rotary Hunger Walk to raise awareness about the food insecurity on the mountain. The goal is to raise money - $10,500 net - to help CAC and Morton Memorial Food Banks in their efforts to provide food for those in need. The Walk is also designed to increase the awareness about the wide spread food needs by many of the families in the area.

During the months of July and August there will be articles in the Mountain Messenger newspaper about the food situation on the mountain and the efforts by CAC and Morton Memorial to help reduce the food insecurity.

Registration can be accomplished on-line as well as "on the day of". Registration on the day of will begin at 9:00 AM with the Walk beginning at 10:00 AM. Registration/Donation is $20 for particpants and $10 for Students. Each Walker will receive a T-Shirt and a sticker showing Hunger is NOT a Game 2nd Annual Rotary Hunger Walk. After the walkers complete the 10 K (6.3 mile) course from Angel Park to Pearls and back they will be treated to a BBQ lunch.

The 1st Annual Hunger Walk in 2015 had over 200 walkers and 44 sponsors. The Walk netted $8,942. The club also received a RI Grant in 2015 of $5,000. CAC and Morton Memorial each received a total of $6,500.

Click here for a look at last year's event.

Pack the Park for Polio

Pack the Park for Polio at AT&T Stadium in Chattanooga Thursday July 28, 2016 at 7:15pm.

For $10.00 your ticket gets you admission to the Lookouts game at 7:15 p.m. and a meal and $2.00 goes towards End Polio Now. With the 2-1 matching from the Gates Foundation, that turns into a $6.00 donation for each ticket sold.

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