Murfreesboro Rotary President John Hinkle said, "It's a big deal--I mean for a civic club to reach its centennial milestone is a major accomplishment." Throughout this year, the civic club has special activities commemorating the day on October 1, 1919, when the Nashville Rotary Club sponsored the group.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club celebrated its 100th anniversary on Tuesday. Club President John Hinkle noted, "Twenty-five community leaders were charter members of the club on October 1, 1919." Rutherford County Historian Greg Tucker traveled back to Murfreesboro a century ago.
With temps around 40-degrees and a wintry mix of rain and snow, the 16th annual Murfreesboro Rotary Club's "Hotcakes and Holly" pancake breakfast united hundreds in what has become a Christmas tradition in Murfreesboro. It is held in the old gym at Middle Tennessee Christian School on Memorial Boulevard at East MTCS Drive.
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