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 Alberto’s.

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!

OUR LATEST NEWS AND HAPPENINGS!

1 week ago

Dear Friends of Gallatin Rotary,

Because of your generosity, Rotary has been able to provide Christmas for children and families who otherwise might not have had one. Rotary has been providing Christmas for Kids for over 30 years thanks to you.

As occurred last year, the continuing uncertainty surrounding COVID 19 is preventing us from holding our annual fundraising auction and dinner. The need to help families and students continues to be greater than ever, even as our economy continues to ... See more

1 month ago

Have you seen it yet?

Coming into Gallatin from the east side of town on E Broadway, or exiting the Square on N. Water, take your time at the intersection.

World Polio Day is Sunday, October 24. Our club is making the effort this year to bring attention to the End Polio Now campaign!

1 month ago

If you ordered your Purple Pinkie Donuts in Gallatin, they will be available for pick up on Wednesday, October 20th.

If you forgot to order a box, run by Dunkin' on Nashville Pike early in the day and scoop up some of the extras!

Help us End Polio Now, yes, one donut at a time!

1 month ago

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13 - LAST DAY TO ORDER!

Donuts will be ready on Wednesday, October 20.

1 month ago

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13 - LAST DAY TO ORDER!

Donuts will be ready on Wednesday, October 20.

1 month ago

Our Rotary Club is proud to celebrate our President, James Fenton, for being named the Tennessee Economic Development Council’s “Fred H. Harris Economic Development Professional of the Year”!

Thanks for all you do for Gallatin, James, both what we’ve seen so far and what is yet to come!

1 month ago

Our Rotary Club is proud to celebrate our President, James Fenton, for being named the Tennessee Economic Development Council’s “Fred H. Harris Economic Development Professional of the Year”!

Thanks for all you do for Gallatin, James, both what we’ve seen so far and what is yet to come!

1 month ago

THIS WEEK AT ROTARY:

Rotary District 6760 Governor Michael Babb will be making his official visit to our club.

We will offer a Zoom option, but strongly encourage all members to attend in person, as possible.

Thursday, October 7
Noon
The Gathering Place By Bit-O-Heaven Catering & Events

1 month ago

THIS WEEK AT ROTARY:

Rotary District 6760 Governor Michael Babb will be making his official visit to our club.

We will offer a Zoom option, but strongly encourage all members to attend in person, as possible.

Thursday, October 7
Noon
The Gathering Place By Bit-O-Heaven Catering & Events

2 months ago

“Park it right over here!”

Coming to the Gallatin High School homecoming game? The Rotary Club is helping park just outside the stadium.

$5 per car and all the money goes for support of the Gallatin Miracle Park.