26Mar

Rotary Club Awards Wheels in Motion Bicycles

Gene Brown Elementary 5th Grader Andrei Matei and 4th Graders Jatu Barker and Evan Eursher were awarded bicycles for good citizenship by the Hendersonville Rotary Club’s Wheels in Motion program. Awards are made monthly to deserving students at George Whitten and Gene Brown elementary schools.

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25Mar

Tennessee Donor Services Speaks to Rotary Club

Hendersonville Rotarian Barbara Brennan introduced Steven Jamison, Public Education Coordinator for Tennessee Donor Services, as the Club’s guest speaker. Tennessee Donor Services (TDS) is a nonprofit, federally designated transplant donor network serving nearly five and a half million people in Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia and Kentucky.

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18Mar

“This Close” to a Polio Free World

The Hendersonville Rotary Club and Rotary Clubs around the world are actively involved in Rotary International’s twenty eight year battle to end polio in the world. Rotary’s Polio Plus program was kicked off in 1985 with an initial pledge of $120 million, when polio was still endemic in 125 countries.

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11Mar

Rotary Club Educator of the Month

Hendersonville Rotarian and Director of Sumner County Schools Del Phillips presented the Club’s Educator of the Month award to Angela Nagel, Computer teacher at Knox Doss Middle School. 

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11Mar

Rotary Club Awards Youth Merit Scholars

The Hendersonville Rotary Club awarded its monthly Youth Merit Scholar Awards to Merrol Hyde Magnet School seniors Ian Pestrak and Mackenzie Clinton, who were introduced by Rotarian Michele Owens.

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4Mar

Tennessee State Soccer Speaks at Rotary

Hendersonville Rotarian and Tennessee Soccer board member Andrew Bolt introduced Tennessee State Soccer Association Executive Director Hans Hobson as the Club’s guest speaker. Hobson shared that the association has a current membership base of over 41,000 registered players, primarily youth, and approximately 5,000 active coaches, referees, and administrators through their network of over 105 local member organizations across the state.

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4Mar

Rotary Club Awards Wheels in Motion Bicycle

George Whitten 5th grader Zane Peshewa was awarded a bicycle for good citizenship by the Hendersonville Rotary Club’s Wheels in Motion program. Awards are made monthly to deserving students at George Whitten and Gene Brown elementary schools. Teachers nominate the students to receive the bikes, based on being good students, good citizens, and helping their teachers and other students. 

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