Program Sep 12, 2014
Presenter : Jason Redd
Responsible Rotarian: Diane Bryant
41A Music Festival
The 41A Music and Arts Festival is the main fundraiser of the Highland Rim Kiwanis Club. This two day street festival, held in the Historic Downtown District of Tullahoma has been heralded as a "Tullahoma Institution" by the Tullahoma News and was named "Tullahoma's Finest Community Event" in the annual Tullahoma News Reader's Poll. The goal of the 41A Festival is to provide fun, family-friendly entertainment through local, regional and national musical and visual artists while raising awareness of the Kiwanis mission of "changing the world, one child at a time". The 41A Festival also showcases a variety of vendors offering a range of culinary delicacies and unique gift items. This is a wonderful event that you surely don't want to miss.
Program Sep 19, 2014
Presenter : Marcia Massingile
Responsible Rotarian: Donna Stephens
Making the most of your memory
Marcia Massengill has been a resident of Tullahoma TN for 28 years. She is an active member of Tullahoma’s First United Methodist Church and serves as a volunteer diver at the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga where she hand feeds sharks, eels and rays. Marcia, a graduate of Tennessee Tech University, was instrumental in growing the local Alzheimer’s Association Chapter from a relatively unknown nonprofit with an annual budget of about $12,000 to a respected self-sustaining organization with an annual budget of over $100,000. In 2007 she was promoted to the position of Alzheimer’s Association Mid-South Chapter CEO serving Middle and West Tennessee and North Alabama. She retired from the Alzheimer’s Association in 2010. Marcia joined the Morning Pointe team in 2012 as Life Enrichment Director. Marcia has given numerous talks on such topics as making the most of your memory, communicating with the person with dementia, stress management, and diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease.
The Broke Spoke Band
The Broke Spoke band, consisting of Rotarians from the noon Rotary club: John Rickman, Bill Sanders, Harry Hill and Dave Johnson entertain fellow club members with quality music. They say they never play the same song the same way once!
President Cliton Miller with Miss Tennessee Chandler Lawson
Chandler and Dan Lawson
Rotary Playground Pictures
5 Loaves 4 Kids
Noon Rotary supports 5 Loaves 4 Kids. John Miller of the Tullahoma Noon Rotary hands a check for $2,639 to Ashley Nutt, Director of 5 Loaves 4 Kids. The Noon Rotary Club has supported 5 Loaves since its inception over four years ago with funds, filling bags and delivery of food bags to area schools.
Rotary Foundation Seminar
John Nauseef speaking at District 6780 Seminar re Foundation, Membership and New Generations.
Rotary Supports Shepard's House
Shepherds House, managed by Tina Holman and Sheila Campbell, 393-4818, 702 First Avenue, was donated by Robert Herring for Citizens for Homeless Relief, after a homeless man died under a bridge. Joe Williams won the the bowl that John Hartin raffled off to go with other donations. They need a grant writer. Pictured above are Joe Williams, John Hartin, Tina Holman and Sheila Campbell.
The Tullahoma Noon Rotary Club presents
a $1,000 nontraditional scholarship
to a Motlow State Community College Adult College Express (ACE) student.
From left-right are Dr. MaryLou Apple, Rotarian and MSCC President;
Cindy Richards, student and scholarship recipient; and Charlie Coffey,
Director, Education Dept. MSCC.