Welcome to the Rotary Club of Asheville South- a group of more than 40 professionals in our community brought together with a common desire to make a positive impact in our community, and our world.

From leadership and community programs, to service projects and club socials Rotary provides numerous ways to grow both personally and professionally.

We encourage you to come join us any Wednesday morning at 7:15am at the Biltmore Park Clubhouse (1067 Columbine Rd., Asheville). You can reach us with any questions at avlrotarysouth@gmail.com.

 

Gaia Goldman

President, Rotary Club of Asheville South

 

 

 

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What Is Rotary?

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Rotary is an organization of both men and women throughout the world who come together to serve their community and enjoy great fun and fellowship. Rotarians are a diverse, energetic, successful and friendly group of leaders who provide their time, expertise and resources to help their local and world communities.

 

 

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3 days ago

Rotary Club Of Asheville South

Had a wonderful group helping out at the Calvary Episcopal Church Food Pantry this morning. Thank you all for taking time out of your weekend to lend a hand!

(Not pictured: Peter Marks)

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Had a wonderful group helping out at the Calvary Episcopal Church Food Pantry this morning. Thank you all for taking time out of your weekend to lend a hand!

(Not pictured: Peter Marks)

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Our speaker tomorrow is Frank Kracher, formerly of WLOS. Frank will tell the story of his path to recovery from a brain injury. youtu.be/Hp-8vKEZ_VU
As always, guests are welcome!
7:15am, Biltmore Park Clubhouse

#southashevillerotaryWLOS Anchor Frank Kracher searches for a new normal following a traumatic brain injury
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4 weeks ago

Rotary Club Of Asheville South

Fascinating presentation by Jonathan Greene this morning from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Jonathan explained that there is a trial available that provides type 1 patients with an artificial pancreas to stabilize blood sugar levels. JDRF’s annual walk funds research and treatment for thousands of patients. The walk will take place in October.
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Fascinating presentation by Jonathan Greene this morning from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Jonathan explained that there is a trial available that provides type 1 patients with an artificial pancreas to stabilize blood sugar levels. JDRF’s annual walk funds research and treatment for thousands of patients. The walk will take place in October.
#JDRF
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