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!

 

OUR LATEST NEWS AND HAPPENINGS!

 

1 month ago
Rotary hears from Council on Aging | Gallatin Rotary Club

We were fortunate to hear from Kayce Martin from the Council on Aging of Middle Tennessee last Thursday.

She spoke about resources for all aspects taking care of the elderly, with a focus on how ... See more

Rotary hears from Council on Aging Posted By Josh Nelson Date Posted Mar 7, 2019 Pictured (L-R): Rotarians Steve Sudbury and Stephanie Harville, guest speaker Kayce Martin from the Council on Aging ... See more

1 month ago

Hey Rotarians, are you a “spring forward” before bed time or “spring forward” after you get up kind of person?

Either way, the time changes tonight. Please adjust accordingly!

1 month ago

When Sumner County native MacKenzie Clinton fulfilled a college requirement to visit other cultures, she had no idea how it would change her life and the lives of those she encountered. She shared ... See more

1 month ago

Check out this pic of our club from the 1920's or early 1930's!

It includes a woman by by the name of Virginia Mae (Brown) Patterson.

Women were not allowed into Rotary until a landmark U.S. ... See more

1 month ago

Our Treasurer, Michael Wertenberger, woke up to a milestone in his life and a celebration of it in his front yard. He is only a half century young...or something.

2 months ago
Evan Burrell - Rotarian

114 years of connecting business and community leaders, and doing good in the world.

And we are just getting started!

Find out more about Rotary by visiting our Club at Noon on Thursdays at The ... See more

Happy World Rotary Day! 🎉

Today, the 23rd of February is not only the day we celebrate the 114th Anniversary of the foundation of the very first Rotary club, the Rotary club of Chicago. But it's ... See more

2 months ago
Photos from Gallatin Rotary Club - noon's post

We have a full house today to welcome Dr. Del Phillips from Sumner County Schools. We are happy to welcome multiple visiting Rotarians, a handful of guests, two Interact students, and even a long ... See more

2 months ago
Speaker: Green & Gold Gala | Gallatin Rotary Club

Stacy Hendricks, a GHS English teacher and sponsor of the Rotary Interact Club, spoke to our club on Feb. 14 about the upcoming Green and Gold Gala to benefit GHS. Several other matters about GHS ... See more

Speaker: Green & Gold Gala Posted By Josh Nelson Date Posted Feb 18, 2019 Stacy Hendricks. Photo from the Gallatin High School website. Stacy Hendricks, a teacher at Gallatin High School who serves ... See more

2 months ago
Foundation Football Champ! | Gallatin Rotary Club

We have a Foundation Football champion!

Foundation Football Champ! Posted By Josh Nelson Date Posted Feb 17, 2019 David Mueller hoisted the trophy after winning this year’s Foundation Football competition. Pictured (L-R): Treasurer ... See more

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