The Rotary Club of Forsyth-Monroe County unites leaders from all walks of life, amplifying their individual contributions to make Forsyth, Monroe County and the world a better place to live and work.
Thursdays, 12:00 pm
Shoney's (Exit 185)
323 Harold G Clarke Pkwy
Forsyth, GA 31029
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!More
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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]
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