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Album Name: Rotary Activities 2014-2015 Rotary Year Return to Albums
Album Date: Jun 18, 2014
Description: Rotary Club under the leadership of President Conor Key
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There is Now A New Reason For Rotarians to Look Forward to Mondays: With 1.2 million Rotarians operating from 35,000 clubs scattered in 192 countries around the globe, Rotary is one of the largest organizations of any type in the world.  Our goal is to become one of the three most effective charitable organizations in the world. Technical difficulties did not prevent Don Briscar, Director of the Holly Springs Cultural Center, from making a colorful presentation of the 2015-2016 Great Performance Series that promises to amuse and entertain us The Holly Springs Rotary Club installed its new roster of officers and directors in a ceremony held Wednesday, June 10, 2015 at the Sunset Lake Lodge SONshine in the Park was started by four friends who saw community service as a way to serve God
At the regular meeting of the Holly Springs Rotary Club May 27, 2015,  Conor Key and Golf committee Chairman Brad Wilson presented a check for $4,000.00 to Veteran's Corps Executive Director Andrew Ladner and Assistant Director Jennifer Woods. At one time a musician and talent agent known as Holly Springs Rotarians and HSHS Interact Club Members worked together to pick up trash along Main Street/Hwy 55 from Sunset Lake Road to the GB Alford Hwy. on Saturday, May 9, 2015 Club President Conor Key welcomes new member Bob Shimmel into the fellowship of the Holly Springs Rotary Club May 6, 2015. To hear former NC State University Executive Senior Associate Athletics Director David Horning speak, one would never guess that he suffered a near-fatal brain aneurism
Joe Gilmer remembers the days when a Commodore-64 was the best educational toy a 13-year-old kid could get. Rotarian Brad Wilson was recognized at the 2015 District 7710 convention held April 25, 2015 in New Bern, NC, as being the Holly Springs Rotarian of the Year. Kids line up to register for the Holly Springs Kids Bike Rodeo jointly conducted by the Holly Springs Rotary Club and the Holly Springs Police Department at the Ballentine St. parking lot on Saturday, April 25, 2015. The 2015 Holly Springs Kids Bike Rodeo is scheduled for Saturday, April 25th, from 9:30 to noon, at the Ballentine St. parking lot across Avent Ferry Road from the Holly Springs Police station
Purpose is the fuel for your passion said Bill Spreitzer, senior partner at business consulting firm Excellerate Solutions, at the Holly Springs Rotary Club on Wednesday, April 22, 2015. Ryan Wightman (Our 2015 Special thanks go out to Rotarian Brad Wilson who served as chairman of the 2015 Holly Springs Rotary Golf Classic Tournament Committee.  The 2015 tournament was the most successful one in the history of the HS Rotary Club. Former Duke University All-American Linebacker Levar Johnson told the Holly Springs Rotary Club Special Agent 'X' from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Joint Terrorism Task Force, paid a visit to the Holly Springs Rotary Club Wednesday, April 8, 2015, to expand our awareness of global terrorism activities.
Andrew Ladner, President & CEO of the U.S. Veterans Corps, introduced to the Holly Springs Rotary Club the recipients of Hero Home #9, Marine Cpl. Ryan Wightman and his wife, Melissa. Phyllis Barbour, Director of Community Relations for Wake County Smart Start shocked the Holly Springs Rotary Club with alarming revelations about the capabilities of young people currently reaching adulthood. John Sperath visited the Holly Springs Rotary Club to share a remarkable video about coping with Alzheimer's Disease. New Rotary Member Albert Kahn New Rotary Member Asa Beavers
New Rotary Member Eric Coates A marine on a mission aptly describes Andrew Ladner, the executive director and president of the U.S. Veterans Corps. The Holly Springs Rotary Club sponsored its annual Roxanne Williams, the Associate Executive Branch Director of the Kraft Family YMCA, was welcomed into the fellowship or Rotary by Club President Conor Key Mindfulness strives to find the right balance between awareness of and reacting to threats, and of participating fully in the peak experiences that define our lives.
Certified Personal Trainer Marcey Rader introduced the Holly Springs Rotary Club to an effective tool to help tame the Email tiger, Wednesday, January 21, 2015. The coexistence of academic, commercial, residential, retail and research communities on a single campus is unique in all of North America, reported Gene Pinder, Director of Marketing for NC State's Centennial Campus. The Little Hen Restaurant has been the realization of my dream, chef and owner Regan Stachler told the Holly Springs Rotary Club at its December 10, 2014 meeting. Flag Folding Ceremony Explained by Sgt. Major (Ret) Stephen Annis to Holly Springs Rotary Club November 19, 2014
Andrew and Jessie Pappas From the NC State Bureau of Investigation Explain How Perseverance and Science Lead to Capture and Conviction of Elusive Criminals Be A Part of the Solution says Administrative Law Judge and former Deputy Sherriff Craig Croom Megan Hairr and her associate, Erin Amaden, both PhD candidates at Campbell University School of Pharmacology, visited the Holly Springs Rotary Club on Wednesday, October 29, 2014, to remind us to get our flu immunization shots. Water in the wrong place can cause significant damage, explained Albert Vink, owner of PuroClean, a damage restoration company. The solutions to our social problems will not be found at the federal level, Congresswoman Renee Ellmers told the Holly Springs Rotary Club and assorted dignitaries at our breakfast meeting Wednesday, October 15, 2014.
Alan Winstead, executive Director of Meals On Wheels, visited our Rotary Club on October 8, 2014, to share with us the impact that M/O/W has on our elderly population. The Rotary Foundation is the fundamental mechanism that enables Rotarians to do good in the world. As we baby boomers reach retirement age, we find ourselves thinking more and more often about Alzheimer's Disease and its effects, explained Paul Briggs, marketing coordinator for the Alzheimer's North Carolina, Inc. charity golf classic held at Devils Ridge Sept. 17, 2014 No Human Research Without Voluntary Informed Consent. Brad Wilson of the Holly Springs Rotary Club receives recognition from Rotary International as a Paul Harris Fellow, August 27, 2014.  The lapel pin denoting his status is presented to him by John Wood, immediate past president of the Holly Springs Rotary Club.
Club President Conor Key welcomes Jessica Sabrowsky and Marguerite Greene into the fellowship of the Holly Springs Rotary Club in a ceremony held August 20, 2014. A story of the profound bond between man and dog. The Great Performance Series shines even brighter in the 2014/2015 season, said Don Briscar, Director of the Holly Springs Cultural Center at the Rotary Club meeting August 20, 2014. It is difficult to find a more gratifying project 
than to restore vision to someone who is going 
or has gone blind due to the lack of a simple treatment. Students from the Waccamaw Boys & Girls Home Meet Holly Springs Rotarians July 23, 2014.
Club President Conor Key welcomes Brandon Conover into the fellowship of Rotary as his sponsor, Deborah Fleischmann, presents him with his official Rotary lapel pin.  July 23, 2014. “Alzheimer’s Impacts Everyone,” said Past District Governor Rick Carnagua, and the CART Trust Fund helps support Alzheimer’s research.  The Trust has raised and granted $4.9 Million since 1999, he told the Holly Springs Rotary Club at its July 30, 2014 meeting. Rotarian Dr. Phil Vito of Holly Springs Eye Associates explained how to protect our eyes from being damaged by UV radiation in a presentation to the Holly Springs Rotary Club July 23, 2014. Business networking is a valuable skill that can be taught and learned, said Joe Novara at a Rotary Club meeting July 16, 2014. Owen Robinson Brings Students To Visit Holly Springs Rotary As Part Of Summer Enrichment Program.
“Do Something Amazing!” said Matthew Kane, newly installed District 7710 Governor at the Holly Springs Rotary Club Meeting July 9, 2014. Dr. Phil Vito and his Band of Irregulars clean up trash on Hwy 55.
June 28, 2014 The final program of the 2013-14 Rotary Year was delivered by outgoing president John Wood on Wednesday, June 25, 2014. New officers and directors installed for the 2014-2015 Rotary year