Rotary Club of Sparta Tennessee
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We would be pleased to welcome you in person, join us any Thursday Afternoon at Noon (12:00) at the Sparta Senior Citizens Center, located at 321 E Bronson St.
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We are a group of people dedicated to making our communities, and the world a better place to live.
Sparta Rotary Club welcomes a new member.
The Sparta Rotary Club welcomes our newest member, Jake Crowder, pictured below (R) along with his
sponsor and Club Membership Chair; Steve Ware (L).
While Jake is our newest member he is certainly no stranger to Rotary. Jake spent a year in the Ukraine as
a Rotary Youth Exchange Student and several months in Denmark as an intern with the Rotary New Generations Exchange Program.
We are very excited to have Jake as the newest member of our Club!!
The Rotary Club of Sparta presented Judy Williams of the Sparta White County Little League
with a check for $250 to support their youth programs.
Our own Buddy Dicus gave a fantastic presentation to the club members on the changes to the tax laws that take effect in 2016, as well as gave a great overview of what we should take into
consideration when filing our taxes for 2015. Thanks Buddy for a great presentation.
The Rotary Club of Sparta
conducted its 2016 road rallye on Saturday 01/30/16 traversing through several communities between Sparta, and Crossville.
The weather was fabulous, and
the scenery along the many routes was absolutely stunning
The club topped off the rallye
with a fabulous dinner and great fellowship at Forte's Restaurant in Crossville. District Governor Elect Fred Heitman joined us for dinner and our social event.
Congratulations to Don &
Angela Randolph, this year's winning team.
The rallye was a tremendous
success do to the many hours of planning, running the routes, preparing the rallye instructions, and herding the teams by Larry and Bette Battle. Thanks Larry and Bette for organizing another
Our own Henrietta Goodwin gave a fantsatic presentation to the club today on the Senior Citizens Center. She discussed the budget, fund raising, and the many activities that are available to our
senior citizens in the Sparta - White County Area. The center is a not for profit organization organized under the IRS provision of 501(c)(3). Thanks Henrietta for sharing all the great things the
center does for the community. And a special thanks to the staff, volunteers, and the Board of the center for all they do to make it an asset in our community.
Past Club President John Downs receiving the prestigious Paul Harris Fellow Award for his financial support of the Roatry Foundation from District Governor Elect Fred Heitman
Club President Bill Loos presents a check for $500 to Buddy Dicus in Support of the annual Tangent Christmas Party (Buddy's Kids) on behalf of the Sparta Rotary Club.
District Governor Beth Stubbs spoke to the Sparta Rotary Club on Rotary Impertives, and involvement in the our community, the nation, and the world.
District Governor Beth Stubbs, Assist District Governor Jeff McKinley (left), and Club President Bill Loos (right).
District Governor Beth Stubbs spent time during her visit to the Sparta Rotary Club to visit the newly completed Rotary Veterans Park