Rotary Club of Sparta Tennessee

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We would be pleased to welcome you in person, join us any Thursday morning at 7AM, at the Sparta Senior Citizens Center, located at 321 E Bronson St.

What would it take to change the world?

 

Rotary's 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to Service Above Self.

 

In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you'll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to support education and job training, provide clean water, combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, and eradicate polio.

 

We are a group of people dedicated to making our communities, and the world a better place to live.

 

 



Members of the Sparta Rotary Club and White County High School Interact Club joined forces to help the McMinnville Breakfast Rotary Club in the 7th Annual "River Ride and Cleanup" on Saturday July 19t

White County participants below are (left to right): Attiah Hicks, Becca O'dell, Donna Fare, Ken Guidara, John Downs, Rhett Watts and Hayden Holder. Participants not pictured were: WCHS Interact Sponsor Ann Jones, Nancy Marsh and Nancy Downs.

WCHS students Rhett Watts and Hayden Holder claimed first prize for the most unusual find with an ancient computer monitor.

First prize was a brand new bike! Unfortunately it isn’t made for two.

Paul Bailey, State Representative from the 43rd District was the guest speaker at the Sparta Rotary Club. Paul brought the club up to date on legislative actions taking place this legislative session.

Boys State Delegates from White County High School attend Conference

Pictured at far right (L-R) are Alan Marsh, Jihn Downs, Bill Loos.

A picture that was taken yesterday of the Boys State Delegates from White County High School.

 

The Sparta Rotary club sponsored the young man in the plaid shirt 2nd from the right. (Josh Hitchcock) 

Past President Donna Fare
Elijah Castelli
George Weber



One of our many projects each year is to provide dictionaries to all 3rd grade classes in the White County School District. Here are two pictures of some of those classes.


Our thanks to Cathy Farley of the White County Library, for assisting us with this project.

Martha Cayce's 3rd Grade Class Dictionary Project
Stephanie Isbill's 3rd Grade Class Dictionary Project
Girls State, Jim Amerson and Brenda Knox