The 100-plus year old Murfreesboro Rotary Club has presented a check for $2,500 to help support the Murfreesboro City School's Chow Bus.
Dena O'Neal from the Alzheimer's Association told Murfreesboro Rotary Club members that they now have a help hotline for families impacted by this disease or other forms of dementia: 1-800-272-3900.
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.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club swore-in its centennial president on Tuesday. Rev. Dr. John A. Hinkle, Jr. was handed the gavel from outgoing President Melissa Cassidy.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club heard how the Nourish Food Bank is making positive changes across Rutherford County.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club is again sponsoring the Annual 4-Way Test speech contest. It will be at 10:30AM on Saturday morning, April 6, 2019, at the Boys abnd Girls Club, 820 Jones Boulevard.
Motlow State Community College President Michael L. Torrence told Murfreesboro Rotary members on Tuesday that when you total the almost 7,000 students on all campuses, that Rutherford County represents 39.2 per cent of Motlow's total enrollment.
On Tuesday Oakland High School's Art Yasso received Rotary International's highest honor by being made a Paul Harris Fellow during the Murfreesboro Rotary Club's luncheon at the Stones River Country Club.
High school students are invited to compete for cash in the Murfreesboro Rotary Club's 4 Way Test public speaking contest at Adams Place, 1927 Memorial Boulevard. The competition begins at 9:00 o'clock Saturday morning, April 7, 2018.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club made a $5,000 donation to the Southeast Young Adult Book Festival at MTSU on March 10, 2018.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club has donated $2,000 to purchase approximately 150 trees and shrubs that will be planted along Lytle Creek, in an area near Jennings and Ayers Funeral Home.
On Tuesday, PAWS Public Relations and Media Specialist Lindsay Frierson told the Murfreesboro Rotary Club that the local animal adoption group's Reading To The Animals program is about to grow.
Oakland High School graduate Kiley Dibble was awarded the Past District Governor's Scholarship by the Murfreesboro Rotary Club.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club presented a $5,000 check to Read To Succeed.
Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett told the Murfreesboro Rotary Club on Tuesday.
On Tuesday (11/1/2016), the Murfreesboro Rotary Club presented $3,000 in grants to "the arts" as well as "reading programs" to benefit area youth. Service Project Committee Chair Gib Backlund noted that the money from the 97-year old civic club would be directed toward educational enrichment for this area's youth.
On Tuesday (10/25/2016) Murfreesboro Assistant City Manager Jennifer Moody told Murfreesboro Rotary members about this city's exciting plans for the city's future.
The Tennessee Housing Development Authority's Executive Director Ralph Perry had great news for Rutherford County in his talk Tuesday to the Murfreesboro Rotary Club.
The Next Door's CEO Sallie Hussey spoke to the Murfreesboro Rotary Club Tuesday, and gave shocking information about the rising number of addicted women.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club learned from two 6-generation farmers that agriculture is still big business here.
The Consul-General of Japan Motohiko Kato spoke to the Murfreesboro Rotary Club on Tuesday (9/23/2014), and noted that his office used to be in New Orleans, but was moved to Nashville last October because of the heavy Japanese investments in Tennessee.
Tennessee's Economic Community Development Director Bill Hagerty gave a bright business future for this area to the Murfreesboro Rotary Club on Tuesday.
On Saturday morning, March 8, 2014, Cameron Terrell Massengill won the "4 Way Test" speech contest sponsored by the Murfreesboro Rotary Club.
High school students are invited to "walk in" and compete for cash in this Saturday morning's public speaking contest at the Boys and Girls Club, 520 Jones Boulevard, and sponsored by the Murfreesboro Rotary Club.
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