Outgoing Rotary President Melinda Fries passes the Rotary keys off to incoming Rotary President Brad Armstrong
The Lebanon Rotary Club has chosen Project 360 Youth Services as our Three-Year Major Project recipient. We are excited to support their work to renovate the old Alternative School into a place where teenagers and young adults in our community experiencing homelessness or unstable living conditions can receive the support and guidance they need to break generational cycles and make a smooth transition into adulthood and the workforce.
Our club is committing to $10,000 per year for three years for a total of $30,000 to this worthy cause.
Pictured left to right: Club President-Elect Brad Armstrong, Club President Melinda Fries, Rotarian and Project 360 board member Rachel Link Starnes, Club Past President and Project 360 board member John Gideon, Associate Executive Director of Project 360 Timothy Shockley, Project 360 board member Dixie Krisher, Project 360 board member Shari Pearcy, Club Vice-President Brian Hash, @Rotarian and Project 360 board member Magda Reagan, and Rotarian and Executive Director of Project 360 Patti Brayfield
2023 Melva Palmer Ellis Scholarship recipeints:are pictured with Lebanon Rotary Club President Melinda Fries. Congratulations to the Melva Palmer Ellis Scholarship Recipients.
Rotarian Nick presents the Lebanon Rotary Clubs first meeting program via Zoom - Representing Kids
The donation of $2,020 was made possible from catering costs not incurred during four weeks of cancelled meetings due to COVID-19 social distance guidelines. This provided Lebanon Rotary members with the opportunity to make a difference in our community by helping area food pantries feed our neighbors in need!
The Lebanon Rotary Club and many individual Rotarians assisted in establishing the new Library Center in Lebanon. Many Rotarians took leadership roles in fundraising for the library and the club raised $66,000 over three years to help establish the Route 66 Museum. In 2008 the club donated the Message Marquee for the Library Center, and in 2013 established the Garden of Peace at the Library Center.
Rotary President Debbie Moore welcomes Rotarians and guests to the Lebrary Celetration