NO MEETING ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd!
Holiday - Labor Day Week
Holiday - Labor Day Week
The South Jax Rotary Community Project Team proudly served dinner to approximately 500 resident and non-resident men, women and children of the Sulzbacher Center on Thursday, August 22nd. A big thank you to everyone who came out to serve this great charity! The team included; Bill Langley, Dan Robie, Danny Robie, President Harlan Bost, PP Vicki-Lynne Gloger, Rod Gloger, Christine Goldsmith, Rick Hartley, Stevan Jones, Martha Barrett, Janet Prushansky, George Bouton and Chris Bouton.
The Jacksonville Jaguars and Rotary have joined together again to bring you this special fund raising opportunity to support Local Rotary 6970.
- A portion of every ticket purchased makes a donation to our Rotary Club
- Exclusive discounted ticket prices saving $15 off game day prices
- No minimum number of tickets required for purchase
- Available for all 9 Home games
- FREE Shipping or direct E-mailing on all orders
Note: This year's Rotary game is on December 15th!
September 7th, 2013 at the EverBank Center (301 W. Bay Street).
Attendance: Tickets to the event are $60 each. Gala attendance includes access to an open bar, live entertainment, fellowship, and a whole lot of fun!
Sponsorship: Not only does sponsoring the Gala mean that your company or organization will be contributing to the research and treatment of a disease that affects 190,000 people in the US each year, but it also is a great opportunity to get exposure to both the 250 young professionals that are projected to attend and the community at large in our media advertising before the event.
Join our event by contacting Rotaractor Jacob Dobbs at email@example.com or by phone at 762-233-6227.
August 20th Meeting Photos
Anne Bocuzzi of the Jaguars and Cole Pepper,
former radio voice of the Jaguars with President Harlan Bost
Minutarian Update, Week 9 (August 27th)
This week, the Minutarian comes to us from DG Art, and Youth Exchange Chairman, Jack Murray. We are reminded that the Rotary Youth Exchange’s mission is to bring the world together, one student at a time. The hosting of an exchange student is exciting with many rewards, while the commitment is minimal. The DGE Percy and the Youth Exchange Committee are attempting to make the decision of how many students will be welcomed into our District in 2014-15. We are reminded that the number we host impacts the number of local kids we can send out to other countries on exchange. Our club needs to decide by September 6, 2013 how many students we will host next year.
Engaging Rotary, Changing Lives