Welcome to the Rotary Club of Asheville

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Asheville – one of the oldest and largest service clubs in North Carolina located in one of the most beautiful regions of the world, the Blue Ridge Mountains.  Home club of Past Rotary International President, Buzz Tennant.  Look around to learn more about our great club, and Rotary International.

Yours in Rotary,

John C. Palmer, President
Rotary Club of Asheville, North Carolina

Rotarians Against Hunger Event – March 22

Everyone,  we are once again gearing up to back thousands of meals for those less fortunate.

Our goal is to raise $50,000 and we still have a way to go with our event just 4 weeks away.

You can help,  please visit http://www.rotariansagainsthunger.org/ volunteer, make a donation or just learn more.

Thank you on behalf of our club and several others in the area who are contributing time and effort.

Paul Knott

 

 

 

 

Casino Rotary Royale – Jan. 25th at the Renaissance Hotel 6:00 – 10:00

Our 2014 annual fundraiser is right around the corner. 

Now is the time to mark your calendar and help us make  Casino Rotary Royale – Live and Let Bid the best event ever. 

Your support is easy:

1. You can collect business cards from your friends and colleagues and turn them in at our meeting on Jan. 9th for inclusion in our ad journal.  Just $50 for the ad..

2. Purchase a 1/4, 1/2 or full page ad for yourself or your business

3. Donate an item for our auction (live or silent)

4. Sponsor a table for yourself and your friends or colleagues – $380

5. Purchase tickets – $50 each or 2 for $90.

Everything form 2014  Click here to access the form that will tell us how you are participating!

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

 

Volunteers Needed for Rotarians Against Hunger Planning 2014

Looking for  volunteers to serve on five key sub-committees for the  2014 Rotarians Against Hunger effort.  Sub-committees will begin working in the next few weeks on: Event Logistics, Volunteers, Resource Development, PR/Communication, & Hunger Education.

For more information contact Paul Knott – Paul.Knott@lr.edu

Volunteer Opportunity – Love Apples?

MANNA got word last week that an additional section of the apple orchard in Hendersonville will be donated to the FoodBank.  This is wonderful news for the FoodBank and the people we serve.  Now it is time to mobilize!  The additional orchard requires a great deal of volunteers to assist in the effort to pick apples.  We are extending our apple picking season through the end of October.  We will be picking each Friday morning from 9am-12pm, and each Saturday with two shifts from 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm.  Our apple picking season will end on Saturday October 26th.

If you are unable to make it to the orchard on a Friday morning or Saturday, we could utilize your assistance at the warehouse bagging the apples.  We will be bagging apples at our warehouse Monday-Saturday during each of our volunteer shifts throughout October.

Please schedule yourself, friends and family, or a group to pick Apples with MANNA!  If you are interested in this fun opportunity, please email or call our Volunteer Manager, Maxwell Gruber (mgruber@mannafoodbank.org – 828-299-3663 ext 245), and he will put you on our schedule!  Additional information and directions will be provided after you sign up to volunteer.

Thank you for your continued support of MANNA.  Together we can solve hunger!

Rotary Club of Asheville – Oktoberfest, October 24th

Purchase tickets in advance for our great fall bash and fundraiser.

$25 in advance, $30 at the door.  $5 of every ticket will go towards the Purple Pinkie Project to eradicate polio.

Brats, beer, live music and fun.

Click on this link to purchase your tickets now!

https://rotaryclubofavloktoberfest.eventbrite.com

Grant Applications Are Now Being Accepted Through November 1

The Rotary Club of Asheville is now accepting Grant Applications.  Any organization’s requests will be considered based on the community benefit the project will provide.  Please review the attached guidelines and application form for more information.

Thank you!

Guidelines & Application for Community Grants 2013

 

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Category: Weekly MeetingWeekly Meeting

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Meal Cost (Walk-in): $17.00 cash or check only
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Category: Weekly MeetingWeekly Meeting

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Meal Cost (Walk-in): $17.00 cash or check only
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