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Album Name: Rotary Year 2015-2016 Return to Albums
Album Date: Jul 1, 2015
Description: Rotary Activities 2015-2016, Natalie Babson President.
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Jheanne Schack Kaila Patel and Phil Vito Brigitte Kelly Doug LeRoy Rob Martin
Congresswoman Renee Ellmers Congresswoman Renee Ellmers Kat Haney Americans live longer these days, but getting old can be very lonely, said Assistant District Governor John Sperath to the Holly Springs Rotary Club Members of the Holly Springs High School Interact Club participated in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life held at Salamander Stadium on Friday, May 20, 2016.
Rotarian Bill Rousseau presented an Interact Club Leadership Training Program to the officers and future officers of the Holly Springs High School Interact Club, Tuesday, May 17, 2016. A year ago, the Salamander Stadium at the North Main Athletic Complex received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy just a day before the team's first game. With 70,000 students spread out over a dozen locations, Wake Tech is the largest community college in North Carolina, and is the 3rd largest in the US The Holly Springs Rotary Club and the Holly Springs Police Department will co-host a Kids Bike Rodeo on Saturday, May 21st, in the parking lot of the NEW Holly Springs Police Station. The historic Police Station building on Ballentine St. is now the Coworking Station serving small businesses in Holly Springs, explained facility manager Tara Luellen on April 27, 2016.
Low Cost Power Changes...Everything!  The recent development of low cost Wide Band Gap (WBG) Semiconductors is bringing transformational change to the production, distribution, storage and use of electric power. Cancer:  Suddenly the fight got personal. A College Degree Without the Debt is what the NC Triangle Apprenticeship Program offers, said NCTAP Spokesman Mark Bertoncino to the Holly Springs Rotary Club April 13, 2016. Marine Special Operations Sgt. Brandan Taylor is a genuine American hero, and is the reason why the Holly Springs Rotary Club, in cooperation with Operation Coming Home, is conducting its 11th Charity Golf Tournament Jenna Phillips, Area Manager for The Produce Box, spoke of getting fresh fruits and vegetables from local farms delivered each week to her door.
PR Release Golf Tournament Sponsor Request HS Rotary Club and HSHS Interact Club Combine Forces for Adopt-A-Highway Pickup Day Saturday, March 19, 2016 Our local Rotary District 7710 Rotarians contributed over $400,000 to the Rotary Foundation last year.  Barry Phillips, District Foundation Chair, described how Rotary uses that money in furtherance of Rotary's humanitarian service mission.  Wednesday, March 16, 2016. Identity theft has gotten much more pervasive and sophisticated over the past several years, warned Mike Wilson at a Holly Springs Rotary Club meeting March 9, 2016. Troubled Children Can Be Made Whole With Equine Therapy and Love, says Joy Currey, founder of the Corral Riding Academy, in her presentation to the Holly Springs Rotary Club, March 2, 2016.
The Holly Springs Rotary Club sponsored two contestants to the Rotary District 7710 RAD competition. Holly Springs High School Interact Club members participated in a 'Rotarians Against Drugs' drug awareness speech contest at the HS High School on Thursday, February 25, 2016. Jenny Mizelle, the Director of Economic Development for the Town of Holly Springs, was the leader of the team that helped bring Novartis Vaccines to Holly Springs. Rotary Club President Natalie Babson welcomes representatives of the Holly Springs Kiwanis Club to our February 18, 2016 Rotary meeting. Johnny Foster of Foster Lake & Pond Management spoke of maintaining environmental balance, installing hydroponic rafts and detoxifying stormwater retention ponds as part of a 32-year career
In 2011, Chuck Simmons approached Brenda Priest and asked to set up a reciprocal arrangement between the Town of Holly Springs and the art community with the mission of promoting the arts in Holly Springs. Leigh Hudson, Past District Governor of District 7710, opened his January 20, 2016 talk with the Holly Springs Rotary Club with the admonition, The new Holly Springs Law Enforcement Center is designed to meet our needs for decades to come, Police Chief John Herring told the Holly Springs Rotary Club and Holly Springs Interact Club as members toured the new facility Wednesday, January 13, 2016. Getting the right insurance and the right amount of insurance doesn't have to be a stressful experience if you build a good relationship with your insurance agent. From desperation and despair to inspiration and opportunity, a local group, Carolinians for Kibera (CFK) is working to transform a ghetto community
HS Rotary 2015 Christmas Party Civil Air Patrol Cadet Holden Browning has been promoted since his last visit to the Holly Springs Rotary Club.  He is now Cadet Major Holden Browning. H5N2 Avian Flu Worst Ever Reported, But...
North Carolina is prepared to combat an outbreak of avian flu said NC Chief Veterinarian Doug Meckes to the Holly Springs Rotary Club, November 15, 2015 Garion Bunn, a Development & Training professional, brought some startling revelations to the Holly Springs Rotary Club regarding the impact of hiring decisions. Professional Business Consultant and fellow Rotarian Asa Beavers shared with the Holly Springs Rotary Club some of the business insights and motivational messages he delivers to his paying clientele.
Doug Samson, Senior Program Director and Lindsay Robertson, Development & Communications Manager explained how Rotarians and Interact Club Members braved a steady rain this Saturday, November 7, 2015, to carry out their responsibilities for Adopt-A-Highway pickup Our workplace is the Get into the Orange Zone and feel the afterburn.  This will take you to ESP, or Endurance, Strength and Power, says Greg Rigby Principal of Holly Springs High School, Brian Pittman, shared his morning with HS Rotary Club September 30, 2015.
Please join us as the Holly Springs Rotary Club partners with Fidelity Bank to sponsor a Business After Hours event Thursday, October 15, 5:30 PM at the bank. Take a book, leave a book.  The Holly Springs Rotary Club dedicated the installation of its first
Little Free Library in a press conference held at the Holly Springs W. E. Hunt Recreation Center, September 23, 2015. Craft breweries are big business in the United States, explained Michelle Miniutti, one of the founders of Bombshell Brewery, as she addressed the Holly Springs Rotary Club September 16, 2015.  There are 3464 breweries in the U.S., and 3418 of them, including Bombshell, are craft breweries. Invitation to participate in the Sept. 29 Adopt-A-Highway trash pickup activity. The Holly Springs Rotary Club was pleased to honor fellow Rotarian Kaila Patel for becoming a Paul Harris Fellow
Rotary members asked, De O'Brien and Lisa Hoover from the Fuquay Varina chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) shared some startling statistics with the Holly Springs Rotary Club on Wednesday, August 26, 2015. Steve McElhaney, the Park Naturalist for the Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Dept., described to the Holly Springs Rotary Club the comprehensive array of events, activities and programs available to Holly Springs residents through its P&R dept.  Wednesday, August 19, 2015. Squadron Commander Cadet Capt. Holden Browning, and Cadet Kevin Woomer, both  members of the Raleigh/Wake Civil Air Patrol squadron and students at Holly Springs High School visited the Holly Springs Rotary Club In the rapidly changing employment environment of the 21st century, a majority of us are likely to be faced with a layoff sometime during our career.
Rotary's Global Run 4 Water will take place Sunday, September 27, 2015, at the WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary Newly installed governor for Rotary District 7710, Newman Aguiar, shared his vision for the upcoming year with the Holly Springs Rotary Club Co-Op enterprises are all around us, says Stacey Sherman, Outreach Coordinator for the Community Market Food Co-Op in Fuquay Varina. Installation Ceremony.  Natalie Babson installed as president for the 2015-2016 Rotary year.
We have become a leisure tourism destination, says Len Bradley, Holly Springs' Director of Parks and Recreation.