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Come to one of our Wednesday lunches and see what we are about. Lunch is on us! We meet on Wednesday's at Noon at The Villages of Germantown. 

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Let us know that you are interested and we'll talk you through the next steps to join our Rotary Club. Contact us via an active member,

or email at germantownrotaryclub@gmail.com

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Become a part of the 1.2 million Rotarians who are meeting together around the world! Get involved in local and international service projects, network with community leaders, and share the Rotary mission with others! 

 

Projects

It's about more

than just teaching a kid to fish

What's Been Happening?

Ms. Carlene Leaper, Executive Director of the Arc, Mid-south

03/04/20

Our speaker was Ms. Carlene Leaper, Executive Director of the Arc, Mid-south. The Arc Mid-south is a non-profit organization that provides programs and services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.They help people achieve their life goals and become productive members of the community through opportunities in education, employment, housing, and recreation.  Their programs include Advocacy, Elder Care, Family Support Services/personal Assistance, Respite/Summer camps and Weekend Retreats, Vocational Evaluation, Career Development and Job Placement, Life, Education, Training, Skills (L.E.T.S.) programs, Support Groups, Information and referral, Disability prevention training, focusing on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, and Community Training and Education. The L.E.T.S program focuses on G.E.D. Test preparation, Money Management, Benefits Planning, Sex Education, Job Readiness, Health and Wellness,  Nutrition, and Literacy Education. She talked about upcoming programs - Hoops from the Heart on March 28 and Annual International Tea on April 25.  

Ms. Grace McLaren of First Responder Coaching

02/19/20

Our speaker was Ms. Grace McLaren of First Responder Coaching.  Suicide is the second leading cause of death for ages 10-24 and the third leading cause among ages 25-44. Main reason is that people do not know how to recognize and respond to people who are fragile and struggling.  Suicide is the ultimate action someone takes to escape their pain; many more lives are taken by addiction and other destructive behaviors because so many people are seeking a way to escape their pain - and because they feel alone in their pain.   The foundation of preparing individuals to be First Responders to those in such distress involves teaching them to recognize signs, broadly assess the underlying causes, and discern which tools to use in responding.  This includes equipping individuals to do this for themselves first, and then for others. There is much more information on their website www.firstrespondercoaching.com.

Strategic communications consultant: Ms. Kesha Whitaker

02/05/20

She talked about Toastmasters.  Toastmasters International is a non-profit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs. Toastmasters has helped people from diverse backgrounds become more confident speakers, communicators, and leaders. Ms. Whitaker said that when you speak, it is important to captivate the audience. Many people are afraid of public speaking because they are not sure what to say.  Communication is important if you want to succeed.  With practice in a group setting you can easily overcome the fear.  Keys to conversation - know your audience, body language, eye contact, and vocal variety.  Sometimes you are asked to speak without any notice.  In these cases listen carefully,  pause, confirm, speak, and end by summarizing your comments.

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A message from the President: 

 

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Germantown!


I encourage you to look around our website where you will learn more about our mission, those we serve and the global impact of our service. The members of the Rotary Club of Germantown would like to welcome you and provide you with some information to familiarize you with Rotary International and our specific club.  We provide service to all mankind, promote integrity, advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders. 


We are excited that you visited our site and hope you will contact us to “Serve to Change Lives” locally, regionally, and internationally!

 

Rotary has identified areas of focus that reflect critical humanitarian issues and needs. By focusing our efforts on these areas, we are able to make a greater impact locally and globally: 

  • Peacebuilding and conflict 

  • prevention

  • Disease prevention and treatment

  • Water, sanitation, and hygiene

  • Maternal and child health

  • Basic education and literacy

  • Community economic development

  • Environment

Our founder Paul Harris states that “Whatever Rotary may mean to us, to the world it will be known by the results it achieves.”

Yours in Service,


Phyllis L. Jones 
President

 

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3 things you probably didn't know about Rotary:

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16 million hours each year are spent by our members volunteering their time. Each day, our members pour their passion, integrity, and intelligence into completing projects that have a lasting impact. 

Did you know that Rotary International has been helping in the fight to end polio for almost 40 years? They’ve helped reduce cases by 99.9% worldwide, but they aren’t finished!

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There are 1.2 million Rotary International members! With over 35,000 clubs worldwide, if you are out of town, you are welcome to visit in the local club's weekly meeting - anywhere in the world!

 

Join Us for Lunch! 

 

We meet every Wednesday!

Time: 12:00pm

Dress: Business attire

Location:

The Village at Germantown

7820 Walking Horse Circle

Germantown, TN 38183

 

germantownrotaryclub@gmail.com
 

Questions, please call:
Phyllis Jones - (901) 266-1563

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