A New Opportunity in the Foothills

Rotary Clubs around the world are always looking for new members to join the 1.2 million members creating lasting change in the world. If you live in the Foothills, you now have a new opportunity to join Rotary.

On Tuesday February 19 at 10 a.m., there will be an informational & organizational meeting for a new Rotary club opening in the area. The new club is looking for men and women who have never been part of a service club or who were past members but didn’t rejoin a club when they moved to the Foothills area. The club is open to men and women of all ages.

The new club is planning to meet twice a month and will be a self-directed affiliate of the Rotary Club of Tryon. There will be no cost for this initial meeting being held at Tryon Estates. Time and date of future meetings will be determined at this session.

If you are interested in helping this club get started, present yourself at the Tryon Estates gate and indicate you are attending the meeting sponsored by the Rotary Club of Tryon.

For more information, contact Fred Hartley (423-341-4965) or Ken Shull (828-200-9011).