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 virtually through Zoom and guests are always welcome. When in-person meetings resume we will meet at the Biltmore Park clubhouse (1067 Columbine Rd., Asheville). You can reach us with any questions at avlrotarysouth@gmail.com.

Tom Redder

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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This Wednesday our club will welcome Tiffany Flunory DE'Bellott as our guest speaker. Tiffany is the In Real Life (IRL) After-School Network Program Director. Tiffany comes to us from NYC and has 2 daughters who attended and graduated from Asheville City Schools. IRL is a program of the Asheville City Schools Foundation (ACSF) in which Tiffany has been employed for over 9 years. In 2012 Tiffany started with ACSF as the first IRL Program Coordinator. Since then, she has worn many hats within the organization. Recently, Ms. DE'Bellott has stepped into the Director role and is now responsible for program design, after school offerings, risk management, staff supervision, data reports, etc. In her spare time, Tiffany enjoys time spent with family and Community Organizing. She currently is the Chair of the Human Relations Commission of Asheville and an active board member of the YMI Cultural Center. Ms. DE'Bellott has over 25 years of experience in youth development, family engagement, and diversity, equity, and inclusion practices. Tiffany is excited to present to the Rotary Club of Asheville South, to share with you all the great work happening in IRL and ACSF.

Our Rotary club meeting will be this Wednesday at 7:30am via Zoom and guests are always welcome. Send us a message if you would like to join us!
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This Wednesday our club will welcome Tiffany Flunory DEBellott as our guest speaker. Tiffany is the In Real Life (IRL) After-School Network Program Director. Tiffany comes to us from NYC and has 2 daughters who attended and graduated from Asheville City Schools. IRL is a program of the Asheville City Schools Foundation (ACSF) in which Tiffany has been employed for over 9 years. In 2012 Tiffany started with ACSF as the first IRL Program Coordinator. Since then, she has worn many hats within the organization. Recently, Ms. DEBellott has stepped into the Director role and is now responsible for program design, after school offerings, risk management, staff supervision, data reports, etc.  In her spare time, Tiffany enjoys time spent with family and Community Organizing. She currently is the Chair of the Human Relations Commission of Asheville and an active board member of the YMI Cultural Center.  Ms. DEBellott has over 25 years of experience in youth development, family engagement, and diversity, equity, and inclusion practices. Tiffany is excited to present to the Rotary Club of Asheville South, to share with you all the great work happening in IRL and ACSF.

Our Rotary club meeting will be this Wednesday at 7:30am via Zoom and guests are always welcome. Send us a message if you would like to join us!

Welcome to the official kickoff of 'March for Nicaragua'. Please join our members and friends in helping us walk, run, ride, swim, row, hike 1500 miles in the month of March to support the Fabretto Childrens Foundation in Nicaragua. Choose how you can help - Can you run 100 miles in March? Can you do 30 minutes of activity every day? Can you be a cheerleader and support our members with a donation? However you can help, please share this post so we can spread the word and MARCH FOR NICARAGUA! Share you achievements with us! Click here to donate ->
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Rotary International published a statement today that is designed to be a precedent for the behavior of Rotarians around the world. This is a historic day for Rotary, and a proud day. ... See MoreSee Less

This Wednesday our club will welcome Catherine Campbell as our guest speaker. Catherine will be telling us about Asheville Strong, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization she founded that has been helping local independent businesses in crisis by providing resources and relief programs. Asheville Strong began under the name #AshevilleStrong on March 14, 2020 as an immediate response to the COVID-19 crisis, offering a simple gift card directory website to drive cashflow to local businesses that were forced to closed during the pandemic. The gift card directory went viral within a week, attracting tens of thousands of visitors and national attention. Recognizing the need to support Asheville’s small business economy and its workers long-term, Asheville Strong took steps to become a nonprofit guided by a small team and board of directors of established local business owners.

Our Rotary club meets Wednesdays at 7:30am (via Zoom for now) and guests are always welcome. Send us a message if you would like to join us!
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