|Dec 5, 2018||Rotary honors UK Prime Minister Theresa May|
|Nov 26, 2018||5 reasons to give to Rotary on Giving Tuesday 2018|
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|Nov 13, 2018||Honoring ingenuity|
|Nov 9, 2018||Final Exam|
|Nov 9, 2018||Jack Nicklaus to play golf with Rotary donors|
|Nov 7, 2018||Rotary Foundation receives Charity Navigator rating for 11th year|
|Oct 31, 2018||World Polio Day lauds historic partnership, success |
|Oct 24, 2018||How to watch World Polio Day 2018 livestream|
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Griffin. I am appreciative and honored to have been selected as the 95th president of our club. As such, I recognize our duty to the history and traditions of the club, and I do not intend to do anything that would damage or in any way reduce the significance of what has gone before. At the same time, however, I also recognize that we cannot be stagnant by failing to use current technology to extend our reach and our impact in the community. To that end, and with thanks to the team at First Baptist Church of Griffin for their permission to use some of their equipment, the Rotary Club of Griffin will begin immediately to live stream our weekly meetings on the Internet. Our club will use the latest technology, but we will continue to impact our community and the world as we always have done. I hope to sponsor several projects this year that will be both local in impact and international.And don’t forget, “We are THIS close” to ending polio worldwide. We will do everything we can to press toward that goal. I invite you to come see what is happening at the Griffin Rotary Club. We are always on the lookout for people of influence who are interested in making an impact—in being the source of inspiration for others. Come join us—it’ll be fun and impactful.
Dr. Randy Peters
Rotary Club of Griffin
Stories about Rotary as told by our membership.
My father was a Rotarian and a former President of the Spring Lake, MI, Rotary Club. I remember occasionally going to meetings with him as a child. Twice our family hosted Rotary students (one from Finland and the other from Germany) when I was in high school. When I became involved in the Rotary Club of Griffin as an adult, I felt like … [more]
To understand the Rotary Club of Griffin, one only needs to look at the membership. Service above self is seen in the everyday lives of the men and women that comprise this club. Every member is plugged into and active in most every aspect of Griffin, Georgia. From church committees to youth groups to community outreach, Griffin Rotarians … [more]
Rotary’s motto Service above Self can be traced back to the very beginning of Rotary when Arthur F Sheldon addressed the first convention of Rotary in Chicago. Sheldon stated in his speech to the attendees, “only the science of right conduct towards others pays.Business is the science of human services.He profits most who serves his fellows … [more]
Growing up in Griffin, I knew Rotary mainly through the programs and events they sponsored, as well as Interact. I knew that they did great things in the community, but not much about the group itself. It took joining the Club to understand how the motto of Service above Self plays out in practice in the day-to-day actions of my fellow Rotarians … [more]
Rotary came into my life at a young age with the Rotary Boys Choir - sponsored by the club and directed by Mrs. Gretchen Cummings and accompanied by Mrs. Emily Harris, pianist. I thought it was wonderful that the Rotarians, a great group of respected community and civic leaders, would sponsor us. Later, I enjoyed visiting the club as a Student Rotarian … [more]
Since 1985, Rotary has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the effort to rid the world of the polio virus. We are this close.