The Gallatin Noon Rotary Club is the oldest civic club in Sumner County, dating back to 1923.

And we would like you to be a part of what we do; provide bicycles for deserving elementary school students, provide scholarships to high school students, and our biggest event of the year is our “Christmas for Kids” event in which 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 meet on Thursday’s at noon at The Gathering Place at 450 W Main St ste b1, Gallatin, TN 37066

Our meetings are a celebration of our motto of “Service Above Self” and they feature both fun and camaraderie, as well as top-notch speakers who inform us about the issues of the day, history, sports, and some who are just down right entertaining.

Please come and join us for lunch! We’d love to have you!




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July 11 - What Does Rotary Mean to Me?

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Testing Facebook Live from The Gathering Place!

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Happy Birthday to the United States of America.

Have a safe and happy Fourth of July, everyone. And may the work of Rotarians always move us towards the “more perfect union” called for later in the United States Constitution.

(Photo Source: Library of Congress)

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Rotary International

As we say goodbye to President Barry Rassin, we welcome President Mark Maloney. Follow Rotary International President for more content throughout the year!

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2018-2019 End of the Year Rotary Banquet

On Thursday, June 27th, our Club celebrated the 2018-2019 Rotary year with a banquet at Bagsby Ranch. The club appreciates the photography coverage by Rotarian Kenzie Hammock/Honey & Bee Photography to document the night.

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The Rotarian

RI Presidential Message

July 2019

Happy Rotary New Year 2019-2020!

Dear fellow Rotarians and members
of the family of Rotary,

I love to travel! I even enjoy the mundane process of getting from here to there. But last year, my wife, Gay, and I had one of those experiences that would strain the optimism of even the most cheerful traveler. We found ourselves with six hours to wait, at an airport where we were not scheduled to be, on a day we had not planned still to be traveling, having woken ... See more

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The June 27 Rotary Banquet was a great night, despite the continued storms rolling through Middle Tennessee. Photos will be shared soon and we appreciate Kenzie Hammock for documenting the night.

For those who missed the event and would like to catch up we will share parts of the night here, including our award winners and links to videos that played during the night.

2018-2019 Rotarian of the Year: Michael Wertenberger Jr.
2018-2019 Rookie of the Year: Rebecca Reed Stewart
2018-2019 John ... See more

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Untitled Album

Have you met Stacie Reese, the newest member to our club? You can by visiting this link:

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For centuries, polio killed and paralyzed, and humanity could do nothing to stop it. While the virus has always been a global tragedy, the drive to end polio has long been part of America’s story: President Franklin D. Roosevelt — a polio survivor himself — hosted the first “March of Dimes” fundraiser; Jonas Salk invented the polio vaccine at the University of Pittsburgh; thousands of #Rotarians made history in Philadelphia when they launched the international push for a polio-free ... See more

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