Gulf Shores/Orange Beach Rotary Club meets every Thursday
Club inviting community to join them for lumch at G.S. Golf Club
The Gulf Shores/Orange Beach Rotary Club members are inviting visitors to join them at a weekly meeting, held at noon at the Gulf Shores Golf Course every Thursday at noon.
“Anyone interested in joining Rotary, please feel free to attend and check us out,’’ said club president Terry Hamann. “We look forward to your visit.’’
The Gulf Shores/Orange Beach Rotary Club has been in our community since 1983, performing both local and international service.
“We’ve helped to almost end the dreaded Polio virus throughout the world, assisted a school in Honduras with food for the children everyday for the past four years, and helped our local schools with many needs, including educational software and dictionaries,’’ Hamann said.
The club hosts a yearly lunch for learning fundraiser prepareing and selling lunches to local businesses and individuals. Revenue generated supports an impoverished school in Honduras. The club has also supported the Baldwin County Foster and the Adoptive Parent Program.
Recently the club hosted a cookout for local law enforcement officers to thank them for the sacrifices they make everyday.
Rotary International is an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and to advance goodwill and peace around the world.
“Please come and join us in ‘Doing Good for the World,’ giving back is one of the best things you can do,’’ Hamman said.
For more club info, call 251-968-2000. We look forward to your visit.
Pictured: Terry Hamann accepts the Rotary Club President’s Mallet from outgoing president Joe Phillips.