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. We are currently meeting in the at the Biltmore Park clubhouse (1067 Columbine Rd., Asheville). Guests are always welcome. You can reach us with any questions at avlrotarysouth@gmail.com.

Kevin Mahoney

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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Congratulations to our members and community for raising $5700 for ShelterBox. At today’s meeting, ShelterBox Ambassador, Steve presented President Kevin with the GOLD HERO award in recognition of the club’s outstanding dedication and support of their project. Great job RCAS! #PeopleOfAction #RotaryDistrict7670 #RotaryServeToChangeLives #RotaryRocks ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to our members and community for raising $5700 for ShelterBox. At today’s meeting, ShelterBox Ambassador, Steve presented President Kevin with the GOLD HERO award in recognition of the club’s outstanding dedication and support of their project. Great job RCAS! #PeopleOfAction #RotaryDistrict7670 #RotaryServeToChangeLives #RotaryRocksImage attachment

Join us! Guests are always welcome. Our Rotary club meets every Wednesday at 7:15 am. This week's meeting is on Zoom.

This week, our guest speakers are Community Engagement Manager Ericka L.Berg and Delia Jovel Dubon from Conserving Carolina.

Conserving Carolina mission is to protect, restore, and inspire appreciation of the natural world.

The title of the presentation is: "Las Flores: A intentional outdoor space for Hispanic Community members."

Ericka is a Polk County native and left WNC for the bourbon-filled Kentucky foothills to attend Berea College. After graduating, she took a winding path home to pursue her love for the outdoors, recreation, and service. From 2015-2016, Ericka served in AmeriCorps Project Conserve at Conserving Carolina. She currently serves as Community Engagement Manager overseeing the volunteer program and community engagement and education initiatives and working in fundraising and development.

Delia is from El Salvador. Since she was young, she has been attracted to social justice principles, service, and supporting others. Delia studied Journalism and Political Science and has a professional background focused on social science, community development, and nonprofit organizations. Delia has lived in the United States since 2014 and has been working on topics related to education, Hispanic Immigrants Rights, and community organizing. Her dream is to create opportunities to empower immigrant communities, resilience, and freedom of all forms of discrimination, oppression, and internalized racism. Delia has always had a love and connection to land and nature. As an immigrant, farming has become a way to regain her roots and ancestors and recover both personal and community power.
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Join us! Guests are always welcome. Our Rotary club meets every Wednesday at 7:15 am. This weeks meeting is on Zoom.

This week, our guest speakers are Community Engagement Manager Ericka L.Berg and Delia Jovel Dubon from Conserving Carolina. 

Conserving Carolina mission is to protect, restore, and inspire appreciation of the natural world.

The title of the presentation is: Las Flores: A intentional outdoor space for Hispanic Community members.
 
Ericka is a Polk County native and left WNC for the bourbon-filled Kentucky foothills to attend Berea College. After graduating, she took a winding path home to pursue her love for the outdoors, recreation, and service. From 2015-2016, Ericka served in AmeriCorps Project Conserve at Conserving Carolina. She currently serves as Community Engagement Manager overseeing the volunteer program and community engagement and education initiatives and working in fundraising and development. 

Delia is from El Salvador. Since she was young, she has been attracted to social justice principles, service, and supporting others. Delia studied Journalism and Political Science and has a professional background focused on social science, community development, and nonprofit organizations. Delia has lived in the United States since 2014 and has been working on topics related to education, Hispanic Immigrants Rights, and community organizing. Her dream is to create opportunities to empower immigrant communities, resilience, and freedom of all forms of discrimination, oppression, and internalized racism. Delia has always had a love and connection to land and nature. As an immigrant, farming has become a way to regain her roots and ancestors and recover both personal and community power.Image attachment

Our Rotary club meets every Wednesday at 7:15 am in person at the Biltmore Park Clubhouse. Join us! Guests are always welcome. Our guest speaker for this Wednesday's meeting is Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) representative Mike Stevenson.

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards is a leadership program coordinated by Rotary Clubs around the globe. Each year, thousands of young people are chosen to participate in this highly selective program. Rotary Clubs sponsor young people ages 13–30 to attend the event run by the club's district committee.
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Our Rotary club meets every Wednesday at 7:15 am in person at the Biltmore Park Clubhouse. Join us! Guests are always welcome. Our guest speaker for this Wednesdays meeting is Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) representative Mike Stevenson.

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards is a leadership program coordinated by Rotary Clubs around the globe. Each year, thousands of young people are chosen to participate in this highly selective program. Rotary Clubs sponsor young people ages 13–30 to attend the event run by the clubs district committee.

A little bell-ringing goes a long way! Thanks to everyone who volunteered their time to support the Salvation Army this past weekend. Our members were at Walmart on Hendersonville Road. 💙💛💙💛💙💛
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Our Holiday Party is in the books! We ate, we laughed, we balanced soda cans on our heads. A great time was had by all! ... See MoreSee Less

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