Cumberland Heights Regional Outreach Coordinator Preston O'Neal spoke told the Murfreesboro Noon Rotary Club the increasing problems with alcohol and drug addiction, including the opioid crisis that is wreaking havoc with lives across the Volunteer State.
A local legend slipped quietly into heaven during the 8:00 o'clock hour Thursday evening. Dr. Liz Rhea touched many in her 85 years of caring and helping others. Visitation will be 10:00AM Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church followed by a Funeral Mass at 11:00AM. Fr. Stephen Brett and Fr. John Sims Baker will officiate. Interment will be in Roselawn Memorial Gardens.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club will soon celebrate its 100th anniversary, and on Tuesday this active group presented a $3,600 grant to the Boys and Girls Club.
Oakland High School eleventh grade student Breez LaLonde won the Murfreesboro Rotary Club's "4 Way Test Public Speaking Contest" Saturday morning at Adams Place.
Murfreesboro Rotary Club is forming an evening club with its inaugural meeting set for 6:00 o'clock this coming Tuesday evening at the Gondolier Restaurant, 219 Northwest Broad Street.
Fire Chief Mark Foulks told Murfreesboro Rotary Club members that plans are nearing to improve the department's ISO rating to the highest level.
The Rotary Club of Murfreesboro has taken on literacy as the club's major focus. In the last two months they (in partnership with the Murfreesboro Breakfast and Smyrna Rotary Clubs) have provided dictionaries to every third grader in Rutherford and Cannon Counties, and they have recently donate $5,000 to both Read to Succeed (RTS) and Southeastern Young Adult Book Festival (SE-YA).
Middle Tennessee State University's Center for Botanical Medicine Research is a joint effort with scientists in China. Dr. Elliot Altman spoke to the Murfreesboro Rotary Club on Tuesday (10/18/2016) and noted that a cure for cancer could come from research done at MTSU
Director of the local Tennessee Veterans Home Tyler Masden talked to the Murfreesboro Rotary Club about their upcoming 25th anniversary.
Murfreesboro lost a great friend and leader with the passing of Colonel Schley "Slick" Frazer. He was very active in the Rotary Club of Murfreesboro where he served as a direct, president in 1995-1996, and governor of district 6760 in 2006-2007.
The Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary's Backyard BBQ Festival, which brought the delectable tastes and smells of a barbeque to Cannonsburgh in April, also raised $8,784 dollars to benefit The Fisher House.
Earth Day on the Murfreesboro square and the Barbecue cook off at Cannonsburgh Village were huge successes this year. Luckily, the rain held off for both local events.
This Saturday, the Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary Club invites Murfreesboro to the 3rd Annual Backyard BBQ Festival, a community event featuring a nationally recognized Kansas City Barbecue Society-sanctioned BBQ competition.
Rising with the roosters, members of the Murfreesboro business community spent part of their workday at MTSU Farm.
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.
Mark King, administrator for Community Care of Rutherford County, was installed Tuesday as president of the Murfreesboro Rotary Club.
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