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.

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John Sinnott

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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You can make up a Rotary International meeting most anywhere. Member Bill Melton and fmr. member Jeff Kenrick get together in Steamboat, CO (at a Rotary Pavilion) for a fun make up on two wheels! ... See MoreSee Less

You can make up a Rotary International meeting most anywhere. Member Bill Melton and fmr. member Jeff Kenrick get together in Steamboat, CO (at a Rotary Pavilion) for a fun make up on two wheels!

2 days ago

Rotary Club Of Asheville South

A good portion of the RC of AS crew enjoying a (rare) sunny evening at the ballpark! The Asheville Tourists Baseball Club did not disappoint with a W in the 10th! If you're looking for outings like this with a great group of folks 'doing good in the world', c'mon down to a meeting any Wednesday morning at 7am in Biltmore Park to learn more. ... See MoreSee Less

A good portion of the RC of AS crew enjoying a (rare) sunny evening at the ballpark! The Asheville Tourists Baseball Club did not disappoint with a W in the 10th! If youre looking for outings like this with a great group of folks doing good in the world, cmon down to a meeting any Wednesday morning at 7am in Biltmore Park to learn more.

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Future Rotarians!

Wait... Gaia Goldman was at a baseball game?? We were there too Gaia. Wish we'd run into you!

Thanks for supporting the Asheville Tourists, it was so great having my fellow Rotarians there!

6 days ago

Rotary Club Of Asheville South

11,000 children in Buncombe county experience food insecurity on a daily basis. Our speaker today, Kate Frost, works with a non-profit called Children First. The group partners with local schools to identify children in need and provide much needed food, affordable health insurance, clothing, and literacy classes.

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11,000 children in Buncombe county experience food insecurity on a daily basis. Our speaker today, Kate Frost, works with a non-profit called Children First. The group partners with local schools to identify children in need and provide much needed food, affordable health insurance, clothing, and literacy classes.

#southashevillerotary

2 weeks ago

Rotary Club Of Asheville South

Our club president, John Sinnott, and member Craig Fender are at the Rotary International Convention this weekend in Atlanta, representing our club and immersing themselves in all things Rotary. 20,000+ rotarians are in attendance - a weekend filled with camaraderie and idea-sharing on how to make a difference in the world.
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Our club president, John Sinnott, and member Craig Fender are at the Rotary International Convention this weekend in Atlanta, representing our club and immersing themselves in all things Rotary. 20,000+ rotarians are in attendance - a weekend filled with camaraderie and idea-sharing on how to make a difference in the world.
#southashevillerotary

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Have fun, gentleman. RI conventions are wonderful events and all Rotarians should experience one at some point in their lives.

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