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!


2 weeks ago

Our Club wishes everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving. May your homes be full of love, and where there are empty seats, may your hearts be full with happy memories.

Join us for lunch December 1st, 8th, or 15th to learn more about Rotary and our place in Sumner County!

Art Credit: Rotarian Aaron Sines (Pennsylvania)


3 weeks ago

We aren’t done yet! The GHS Performers Chorus also brought an 80’s classic with their interpretation of Ah-Ha’s “Take On Me.”

So much talent and joy in their singing!


3 weeks ago

Here’s another clip of the GHS Performers Chorus as they conclude the traditional Scottish song “The Bonnie Banks o’ Loch Lomond.”


3 weeks ago

The GHS Performers Chorus gave us too much great material for just one post today.

Here is the choir’s arrangement of the Star Spangled Banner.

Join us for lunch on a Thursday and see more about our great community!


3 weeks ago

We are really excited to have our Interact Club from GHS (our high school extension of Rotary) run the meeting tomorrow. They scheduled their own speaker and everything! I don't think we've ever done this before! Please come and support them and welcome their speaker!

3 weeks ago

Watch out now! We've just made it to Instagram, too. Be on the look out for follow notices from @GallatinRotary over on IG.


4 weeks ago

With deep gratitude and respect, we honor the generations of service members who have worn the uniforms of the United States Armed Forces. To the members of our own club, we are grateful to sit at lunch with you and to serve our local community with you.

On this Veterans Day, and every day, thank you.


(Photo Credit: Rotary of Bryan, Texas)

1 month ago

Come join us for lunch at The Gathering Place at 450 West Main and learn about what it's like to be in charge of starting a brand new high school! Principal Phillip Holt will be on hand to talk about the newest high school in Sumner County!

1 month ago

Night after night, Independent Music Venues across Nashville and around the country crank out community experiences built around the songs. Chris Cobb of EXIT/IN and the NIVA - National Independent Venue Association shared the reality and the impact of keeping these vital community spaces open through COVID and in pushback against the corporations moving into greater percentages of the live entertainment market.

Thanks, Chris for the insiders look. The realities are challenging. The rewards ... See more

1 month ago

Happy Halloween, y’all! May tonight be all treats and no tricks at your house.

(Image credit: Rotary District 5730)