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The Rotary Club of Tallahassee was chartered on November 10, 1922. Today it occupies a special place in the Tallahassee community, as the oldest and largest service club. Important to members and view of the community needs. Rotary club membership represents a cross-section of the community’s business and professional men and women. Rotary International clubs meet weekly and are nonpolitical, nonreligious, and open to all cultures, races, and creeds. We meet at Noon on Wednesdays at the Florida State University Alumni Center Ballroom,1030 W. Tennessee Street, Tallahassee, FL 32304 

MISSION

The main objective of Rotary is service, in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world. Rotarians develop community service projects that address many of today’s most critical issues.

 

DONATIONS

 Through the generosity of people like you, our work makes a difference in the lives of millions around the world. Your support allows us to improve communities by promoting peace, preventing disease, bolstering economic development, and providing clean water and sanitation.

INVOLVEMENT

Rotary is a community of friends who are committed to creating positive change in the world. Find out how joining your local club can enrich your life and improve the lives of people living in your neighborhood and across the globe.

Volunteers Needed for Rotary’s Service Nights at Hope Community
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RCT's long-time project for support of the Hope Community for homeless families with small children is up and running again after a complete renovation of its facilities from a $2 million appropriation from the Florida Legislature. About 100 residents, half of whom are small children, are served the nightly dinner meal.

 

Rotary's night for service is the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Volunteers arrive about 4:30pm and are done by 6pm.

Interested in helping?

Contact Sam Rogers Sr. - (p) 850 688 0458, (e) sambrsr@gmail.com

Learn How to Give Naloxone and SAVE A LIFE!

Do You or Someone You Know Need Help with Opioid Dependency?

We Can Help!

Overdose deaths are continuing to rise in our community. The Rotary Club of Tallahassee and Rotary Action Group Addiction Prevention North America, in collaboration with Hikma Pharmaceuticals, are taking the lead and have trained community citizens on the administration of Kloxxado, a new stronger Naloxone that lasts longer, works faster, and is more effective in reversing overdose and saving lives. It is considered a life-saving drug.Our trainers provide a training session on how to administer Naloxone. The training session is completed within an hour.

Important: Preregistration is necessary to ensure the appropriate number of FREE Kloxxado Kits available.

The Rotary Club of Tallahassee Naloxone Training News Coverage

Check out the news coverage The Rotary Club of Tallahassee received on the Naloxone training session held and led by Mariah Kill.

Mariah Kill and Kelley Phillips gave a great interview! 

The story aired on WTXL-ABC 27 on November 1, 2023.

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2023-2024 OFFICERS & DIRECTORS

Rotary International President, Stephanie Urchick
District 6940 District Governor, Michael "Mike" Tatem

 

CLUB OFFICERS 

Pamela Griggs - President
Elwood Carlson - President-Elect
Belinda Little-Wood - Secretary
Ginger Boyd- Treasurer
Kelley Phillips - Immediate Past Pres.
Dillon Quick - Sergeant-At-Arms
Sheryl Barlow - Public Relations

 

CLUB DIRECTORS 

Kim Marie Koutnik - Satellite Club Chair

E.E. Eunice- Programs Chair

Shawn Woodin - Club  Administration

William Spicola - - Rotary Foundation

Larry Kubiak - International Service

Chad McClellan - Membership Chair

Kelly Anne Barber & Emily Bohnstengel - Membership Co-Chair

Walter Manley - Community Service

Eric Clark - Youth Service

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