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Welcome to the new Maryville-Alcoa Rotary Club website.

 

Please look around and see what the site has to offer.  And check back, because we will be adding more information and updating the site soon...


Welcome to the new Maryville-Alcoa Rotary Club website.

 

Please look around and see what the site has to offer.  And check back, because we will be adding more information and updating the site soon...


 

The Maryville-Alcoa Rotary Club held its annual Auction on March 28 at the Knoxville Airport Hilton.

 

In addition to projects for water purification at schools in Mexico and child and youth kidney transplants in Mexico, the proceeds will fund local youth projects. These include

  • dictionaries to all third graders in Blount County,
  • college scholarships to high school seniors, and
  • the food for kids program (back pack program through Second Harvest Food Bank) at two local schools.

 

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122 attended including 27 Rotarians. Gross income was $!8,775 The net was $13,340.98 (updated 4/20) which is more than 2013’s $11,837. However, we did not have the Chili Cookoff this year so in total funds for next year we are down. All in all, great work on the auction. Thanks to all sponsors and participants!!

 

(PIctured above: The Rev. Kenneth Gates, the Rotarian who often delivers the invocation in his own indomitable way.)

 

 

 

 

 


 

SONNIE BURGIN A PAUL HARRIS FELLOW

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Congratulations to Sonnie Burgin, our Club Secretary, who does so much to keep our records straight, who earned her first Paul Harris Fellow award for contributing $1000 to the Rotary Foundation. Karen Wentz, Foundation Chair (and see below, future Rotary International Director), presented the certificate and pin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

HUGH'S ESCAPADES

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During each meeting a Rotarian presents fellowship, often something about his/her own life. On Tuesday, February 11, our dynamo (really, no kidding), 97 year-old Hugh Barnett regaled with stories of his youthful years in the Manhattan Project. Young MIssissippi fella with an engineering degree and job with an arms manufacturer ends up with top secret duty in Oak Ridge! Thanks Hugh!

 

 

 

 

 


 

WELCOME NEW MEMBER!

 

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On February 11 President Tesa inducted Eva Quinley into the club. Virginia Hardwick sponsored her.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

WELCOME NEW MEMBER!

 

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On January 21 President Tesa inducted Christine Clanton into the club. Beth Stubbs sponsored Christine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

WELCOME NEW MEMBER!

cOn November 19 Kris Yarlett was inducted into the club by President Tesa. He's shone here with Bob Lash, his sponsor, on Kris's left.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

District Governor Nominee – Our Own Beth Stubbs!

 

An experienced and proven CPA, Beth has been chief financial officer at Trinity Benefit Advisors, Inc., in Knoxville, Tennessee, since its inception in 2006. She has been actively involved in serving bothers through a variety of causes and organizations.

 

Beth was an Assistant Governor, District Conference chair, and served as District 6780 Annual Program Funds chair. For the year 2015-16 she will serve as District Governor for District 6780.

 

She serves on the Advisory Board for the Hearing and Speech Foundation, is treasurer for the Rotary Club of Maryville Tennessee Foundation, has served in various district officer positions in Toastmasters International, and serves as Treasurer of Asbury Place, Inc. She is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Tennessee Society of Public Accountants.

 

 

 

 


 

KAREN WENTZ SELECTED TO SERVE AS

A ROTARY INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR


Our own Karen Wentz was chosen by the Rotary Zone 30 Nominating Committee to serve as a kRotary International Director in 2015-2017. The Rotary International Board of Directors is comprised of 17 elected directors from around the world plus the RI president and president-elect. The board directs and controls RI affairs by establishing policy for the organization (within the constraints of the constitutional documents), directs and controls the affairs and funds of the association, provides general supervision of Rotary clubs worldwide, oversees the implementation of the RI strategic plan within the zones from which the director is elected, and in general does anything to advance the purposes of Rotary International and the attainment of the Object of Rotary. The RI by-laws mandates a challenge period, but if there are no challenges by December 1, then Karen will be declared a Rotary International director-nominee.  She will be formally elected at the International Convention in Sydney, Australia in June and assume office on July 1, 2015. Congratulations, Karen

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 



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HUGH BARNETT IS ROTARIAN OF THE YEAR 2012-2013

Hugh had ninety-six years to earn this award! He has inspired us all with his dedication

to Rotary and to service above self. Hugh was great help this year when we needed

people to pack food for the Second Harvest Backpack program.

Thank you, Hugh!

 


 

Karen Wentz participated in a National Immunization Day in Nigeria in December.

Rotary is vital to the campaign to end polio now!

 

 

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 Maryville-Alcoa Rotary Club

Welcomes New Member 

Randy Shults

 

 

President Andrew Ten Eyck introduces Randy Shults as the newest member of the                

2012-2013 Rotary Year.  Welcom Randy!  What a great way to start a new Rotary year!