24May

Rotary Freedom Run 5K - July 4, 2011

The 8th Annual Hendersonville Rotary Freedom Run 5K is scheduled for Monday, July 4th. Please click here to register or find out more!

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9May

Relay for Life is RESCHEDULED! Friday, June 3rd!

Participating in Relay for Life 2011 is EASY. Simply follow the steps below to participate!
 
STEP 1: BECOME A TEAM MEMBER
Joining the team costs only $10.00. Click here to donate your $10.00 today and choose your preferred walk/rock time.
 
STEP 2: CONFIRM YOUR WALK or ROCK TIME
Festivities begin at 6:00 pm on Friday, June 3rd (NEW DATE!) at Station Camp High School. Julie White (juju826@comcast.net) will confirm your time to walk or rock or help you select another time if the one you have chosen is already full.
 
STEP 3: SHOW UP AT YOUR SELECTED TIME
Show up at Station Camp High School and walk, rock or help us sell glow bracelets and sticks to raise money to fight cancer!

On Monday & Tuesday of this week (May 9th and 10th), Texas Roadhouse will donate 10% of your food purchase to Hendersonville Rotary's Relay for Life team. Click here to download the coupon you need to present to your server. Donations exclude alcohol sales.

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5May

Kim Kim Receives Rotary's Highest Individual Award

Assistant Governor Kim Kim (and Past President of the Rotary Club of Hendersonville) was honored by Rotary International at the recent MultiDistrict Conference where Rotary International president  Ray Klinginsmith presented Rotary’s highest award to Kim, the Service Above Self award, given to only about 150 Rotarians each year. We are incredibly proud of Kim!
 

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5May

The Salvus Center

On Wednesday, May 4th, the Rotary Club of Hendersonville Foundation donated $3,000 to The Salvus Center, a faith-based health center providing primary healthcare services to those in need. John Cross, Rotarian and Salvus Center board member asks that we continue to help The Salvus Center in two ways:

  1. Be an "advocate" for Salvus and the uninsured in our county.  In your daily activities, mention Salvus and ask people if they, or those they know, have family members, employees etc. that are working but do not have medical insurance. If not, let them know that Salvus is here to be a source of medical care for them.
  2. Salvus currently serves several thousand individuals in Sumner County. Almost every business owner receives the benefit of this medical care in some way. Where you have relationships, please suggest that they consider financially supporting Salvus.  Our cost per patient visit is just under $125.  We currently provide about 5,000 appointments per year across our two clinics.  The State has informed us that it plans to withdraw the Safety Net funding for clinics like ours (about $120,000 last year) due to lower tax revenues. God has, and will continue, we believe, continue blessing Salvus to provide this care.  We just need to have folks act when they think about assisting these uninsured.

To learn more about the Salvus Center, visit their website at salvuscenter.org or call their office in Hendersonville (615-822-0804) or Gallatin (615-451-0828)

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