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Shoney's (Exit 185)
The Fox City Brewing Company
45 North Kimball Street
Forsyth, GA 31029
The Rotary Club has been at work! We picked up trash down Tift College Drive, Main Street, Highway 41, and Berner Ave. We want Forsyth to be a clean community that all of our citizens are proud to call home! Pictured in the photo are from left to right Cheryl Treadwell, Bob Berlin, Margaret Holloway, and her two daughters, Alicia Elder, Rhonda Clater, and Dr. Mike Hickman. If you would like to be included in our next trash pick up please contact Beverly Savage at firstname.lastname@example.org please include trash pick up in the subject line.
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The Rotary Club has been at work! We picked up trash down Tift College Drive, Main Street, Highway 41, and Berner Ave. We want Forsyth to be a clean community that all of our citizens are proud to call home! Pictured in the photo are from left to right Cheryl Treadwell, Bob Berlin, Margaret Holloway, and her two daughters, Alicia Elder, Rhonda … [more]
The winners of the Forsyth – Monroe County fund raiser raffle were announced recently. Rotarian Marcy Sanders of Forsyth chose the Green Egg, and Kelly Heirs won the Yeti cooler. Congratulations Ladies!
Kerry Johnson from Forsyth is the winner of this years Big Green Egg Raffle. The money raised goes to fund scholarships for college bound seniors for Mary Persons High School.
It's time again for the annual Forsyth-Monroe County Rotary Raffle. Contact a Rotarian today for a ticket an your chance to win a large GREEN EGG complete with nest. All proceed go to support scholarships for students right here in Monroe County.
Mary Persons High School Graduation Coach Raye McLuen spoke to local Rotarians about the graduation rate of the school and the value of students having access to an education coach in order to match their academic performance with their career choices. Governor Sonny Perdue started the program in 2006 in order to monitor and assist at risk … [more]
|Mar 20, 2023||Small Rotary club in Ecuador’s Andes delivers big on water project|
|Mar 13, 2023||First Rotaract RPIC talks about creativity, community, and hats|
|Mar 9, 2023||Measuring our results: Making sure that we’re changing lives for good|
|Mar 8, 2023||Recipient of Rotary’s new Sylvia Whitlock Leadership Award takes a global approach|
|Mar 7, 2023||Bigger than polio|
|Mar 3, 2023||Breaking down walls|
|Mar 1, 2023||You asked. Gordon McInally answered.|
|Mar 1, 2023||A debt to the dead|
|Mar 1, 2023||Fire extinguishers|
|Mar 1, 2023||A platform to raise their voices|
Since 1985, Rotary has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the effort to rid the world of the polio virus.