The Gallatin Rotary Club Would Like to Invite You to Join Us in Our Causes

Since our founding in 1923, The Gallatin Rotary Club has been promoting, assisting and financing many activities that few people know about.

Our biggest event is “Christmas for Kids” which we have done for almost 20 years; we take around 130 less fortunate school-aged children shopping and send them home with not only gifts for them and their families, but a grocery cart overflowing with food and paper products so their families can have the Christmas every child deserves.

We also honor Gallatin High School CTE students, hold a banquet to honor the school’s top students, and give away a bicycle every month to one student in each Gallatin elementary school who exhibits great citizenship. And there’s more…

We meet almost every week at noon on Thursday’s at The Gathering Place, which is located at 450 West Main Street – it’s in the building in the back of the lot.

We would love to have you visit us, and if the time is not convenient, we have started a satellite club which meets on the first Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm at BYH at 122 W. Franklin Street.

Either way, please come help us make Gallatin a better place than it already is…

If you have any questions, please contact us on our Facebook page (you will find a convenient link at the bottom right sidebar to this website) and we will get back to you as soon as possible. We look forward to meeting you!


1 week ago

Well, we cannot promise (and highly doubt) a visit from Dolly herself, but pretty sure she made you slow your scroll!

On Thursday, June 1 we will welcome Brooke Seigle­-Rochelle to visit our club on behalf of Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. Ms Seigel-Rochelle is the Senior Manager for Imagination Library of Middle Tennessee. If you have missed it somehow, Imagination Library is a completely free service that will send each registered child an age appropriate book each month from birth ... See more

1 week ago

Today we pause to honor the memory of the women and men of the United States Armed Forces who have given their lives in service to our nation.

#memorialday #memorialday2023 #memorialdayweekend2023 #rememberandhonor #ServiceAboveSelf #GallatinRotary #gallatinrotaryclub #rotary #rotaryinternational #itsagreatdaytobearotarian #rotarydistrict6760 #joinus

2 weeks ago

It’s hard to know when Mayor Paige Brown has time to rest. She hardly paused for a breath during her presentation to the Gallatin Rotary today.

Thank you, Mayor, for the update on named and public projects for our city and the hints of things that are underway behind the scenes.

Pictured L to R:
President Janet Rambo, Mayor Paige Brown, Rotarian Daisy Casey, Past President Mark Kimbell

📸: Jamey Campbell

#itsagreatdaytobearotarian #gallatinrotary #gallatinrotaryclub #gallatintn ... See more

2 weeks ago

“I’ve got a meeting with the Mayor,” is all you have to say as you walk out confidently and head to lunch.

Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown will be our featured speaker at today’s meeting.

The Gathering Place
Thursday, May 25, 2023

📸: City of Gallatin

#gallatinrotary #gallatinrotaryclub #itsagreatdaytobearotarian #serviceaboveself #rotarydistrict6760 #rotaryinternational #rotary #joinus #LetsGetToWork #PeopleOfAction #Gallatin #GallatinTN

3 weeks ago


Today, Cherie Cline became the World’s Newest Rotarian. Cherie is employed at Simmons Bank and is excited to be developing community involvement relationships with Rotary in addition to the business connections she already has in town.

Welcome, Cherie!

Photo L to R:
President Elect Brandon Hesson, Cherie Cline, Cindy Hewitt (Membership committee chair)

#GallatinRotary #LetsGetToWork #PeopleOfAction #rotaryinternational #rotarydistrict6760 #JoinUs #Gallatin ... See more

1 month ago

Ready to add a few more titles to your “must read” stack? Join us this week to hear from author Christopher J. Lynch.

Thursday, May 4, 2023
The Gathering Place

Lunch is a Gallatin resident when not out on the literary circuit. He is the author of the “ONE EYED JACK” series, a biography on Ken Osmond who played Eddie Haskell on “Leave It To Beaver,” and the newest book “DARK STATE." With timely relevance following power grid attacks in North Carolina and Washington state as ... See more

1 month ago

Wheels in Motion
Benny Bills Elementary

We would like to congratulate and recognize Emery G., a 3rd Grader at Benny Bills as the April 2023 Wheels In Motion recipient!

Emery was nominated by her teacher Ms Lagness for the following qualities:

• Always pleasant, never mean to anyone
• Honest, always tells truth
• Works hard
• Takes time on work to ensure doing her best
• She’s a great friend to all

Pictured from left to right:
Deputy Michael Carman,
Minerva Muñoz ... See more

1 month ago

(Microphone crackles)


Hem is the public address announcer for the Nashville Sounds. Get ready for baseball stories and the feel of spring.

Thursday April 28, 2023
The Gathering Place

Photo Credit: The Tennessean

#itsagreatdaytobearotarian #gallatinrotary #gallatinrotaryclub #gallatintn #rotary #rotaryinternational #rotarydistrict6760 #PeopleOfAction #LetsGetToWork #joinus

1 month ago


10:30am - Board meeting open to all members
Great opportunity for a make up credit and to learn more about how we operate!

12:00pm - Guest Speaker Gil Carter, Crossroads Mission Care

About Crossroads:
​Crossroads Mission Care’s vision is to create places where appreciation, self-care, and restoration are accessible, feel close to home, and are a mainstay of military, civil and spiritual first responder culture.

​Crossroads Mission Care provides ... See more

1 month ago

The 2023 Gallatin High School Career and Technical Education (CTE) banquet just got a celebration boost!

Congratulations to Criminal Justice teacher Scott Pascarella for recognition by Forward Sumner as the 2022-2023 Sumner County CTE Educator of the Year!

Rotarians, remember that we do not have a lunch meeting on Thursday, April 13th.

Instead we are asking Rotarians to be at Gallatin High School about 5:00pm ahead of the CTE banquet at 5:30pm.

Thanks for helping us celebrate these Greta ... See more