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 second and fourth Tuesday’s of the month at 6:00 pm at Logan’s.

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.


1 week ago
Gallatin City Government

Rotarians, tune in now for the daily COVID-19 update from Mayor Paige Brown and Kim Baker from the Gallatin Chamber of Commerce.

Live Sunday (3/22) Update from Mayor Paige Brown and Gallatin Tennessee Chamber of Commerce CEO, Kim Baker.

2 weeks ago
The Gathering Place By Bit-O-Heaven Catering & Events


As you are able, please consider supporting The Gathering Place By Bit-O-Heaven Catering & Events over the next few weeks with this meal prep service. They have been great to us and it’s our time to return the favor to help them in a rough patch!

Is it the Truth?
Is it Fair to All Concerned?
Will it Build Goodwill and Better Friendship?
Will it be Beneficial to All Concerned?


In light of COVID-19 we are not catering for any large gatherings, however we would still like to provide you with a “Bit-O-Heaven”! We will be offering pick-up and delivery service twice a week for the next couple weeks.

First and foremost we want to do our part to keep everyone safe and help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Within our 4 walls we have taken every precaution to ... See more

2 weeks ago

Hey Rotarians...

Just a reminder that we are way over 10 people per meeting, and President Trump and the CDC say that's about the maximum that should gather together.


The GHS Career and Technical Education banquet is currently scheduled for Thursday, April 2nd. We will follow the guidance of Sumner County Schools, Tennessee on whether that banquet moves forward as scheduled. But there WILL NOT be a lunch meeting on April 2nd.

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3 weeks ago

In the spirit of the Four Way Test, especially point number 4, “Will it be beneficial to all concerned,” our Board decided to suspend Rotary activity on March 19 and 26 in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

At present, we plan to host the GHS Career and Technical Education banquet on Thursday, April 2nd pending guidance from Sumner County Schools. There will be no lunch meeting that day due to the banquet that evening at Gallatin City Hall.

Rotarians, please take care of yourselves and ... See more

3 weeks ago

10:30am - Monthly Board Meeting
12:00pm - Weekly lunch - Mystery Rotarian, part 3

Both will be at The Gathering Place By Bit-O-Heaven Catering & Events.

4 weeks ago

What an honor it was to hear fellow Rotarian, Wynde Ross speak today. Wynde Bigge Ross shared a powerful account of her childhood and how she plans to use her story to empower the next generation to overcome their circumstances.

Here she is pictured with (L to R) club member Rick Murphy, her husband Kevin Ross, Noon Club President Mark Kimbell and club member Dr. Derrick Jackson.

4 weeks ago
Hands On Nashville

Rotarians, if you are looking for a way to be involved with the tornado response, please start with Hands on Nashville. This volunteer group is the city's largest project clearinghouse and has the backing of Rotary District 6760.

How to Help After the Nashville Tornado

Per Mayor Cooper, below are the preferred methods for donating time, money and immediate needs:

To volunteer your time, sign up with Hands On Nashville at

To donate money, visit the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee online at

To donate everything EXCEPT clothing, stop by the Community Resource Center, located at
218 Omohundro Pl, Nashville, TN 37210.

And for those who have non-emergency clean-up requests, call 3-1-1.

1 month ago
Molly Chatterjee Obituary - Brentwood, TN

Rotarians, we are saddened to share the passing of Brentwood Rotarian Dr. Molly Syamali Chatterjee (mother of former Gallatin Rotarian Dr. Suzanna Chatterjee). Please see the obituary for notice of the visitation and the family’s intent for a private service.

Celebrate the life of Molly Chatterjee, leave a kind word or memory and get funeral service information care of Brentwood-Roesch-Patton Funeral Home.

1 month ago

Yesterday, we had the opportunity to hear from Mike Dosemagen, a fellow Rotarian of the Hendersonville Club, and a stroke survivor. Mike gave a wonderful talk about his stroke experience and how to view life through a new perspective and overcome daily challenges!

Here he’s pictured signing his book, Stroke Book, with Rotarians Mark Kimbell (left) and Bill Kemp (right)

1 month ago

Happy Valentine’s Day from the Gallatin Rotary Club!

Art Credit: Tani Ras-Devereux; Rotary Club of Pine Rivers Daybreak in Queensland Australia

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