March 21st - Club Assembly
March 28th --- TBA
April 4th - Chris Brown, Reclaim Madison
March Is Water and Sanitation
Join us on Saturday, April 13 at 9am for the 6th Annual Fiddlin' 5K Walk/Run for the Arts. Participants are treated to fiddle music along the 3.1 mile course that meanders through picturesque scenery on quiet roads.
Testimonial from a runner who has participated in every Fiddlin' 5K event :
"This event has been a great incentive for me to get back into running after the winter months. The entry fee is one of the lowest in the area, the volunteers are friendly, the scenery is gorgeous, and the course is a little challenging - but not too much."
Thanks to all of the great volunteers who helped us have another successful Hog Doggett. You are the best! We could not have done it without you. Mark your calendars for next year's ride, July 13th, 2019.
The club's installation dinner was held on June 26th at Papa Nick's. In the photo above outgoing president Rick Molland is passing the gavel to new president, Sandy Stevenson. The incoming officers and directors are:
Len Jones President-Elect
Fifi DeGroot Membership Director
Becky Webb Secretary
Rick Molland Treasurer
Becky Webb Club Services Director
Larry Burda Sergeant-At-Arms
Maxine Brown Community Services Director
Larry Peek Vocational Service Director
Reich Gardner International Service Director
Mike Stevenson Youth Services Director
Ed McNally Bulletin & Public Image Coord.
Barbara Shepard Recording Secretary
Neil St. Clair Assistant District Governor
Mike Morton CART Director
Barry Rassin Rotary International President
Isaac Owolabi District Governor
Mike Stevenson Assistant District Governor
Len Jones District Treasurer
This photo shows the packed crowd for the latest community talk sponsored by Madison County Libraries and the Rotary Club of Madison County.
Willa Wyatt gave an update on the progress toward rehabilitation of the historic Mars Hill Anderson Rosenwald School.
Built in 1928, this school is the last one standing in Western North Carolina of the over 5000 Rosenwald schools built throughout the southeast to serve segregated African American students.
When completed, the building will serve as a community cultural center and an interpretative museum to enhance education and understanding of black history.
On Saturday, October 27th the club celebrated the dedication of the Bird Garden at the Marshall Public Library, recognizing the Rotary Club of Madison County as a partner in establishing the native plants on the library grounds. Also included were a tour of all the library's grounds followed by a morning of maintenance. Thanks to all that helped and especially to Ed McNally for organizing the event.
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