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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Brentwood Tennessee

Brentwood Noon

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We meet Fridays at 11:45 AM
Fifty Forward Martin Center
960 Heritage Way
Brentwood, TN  37027
United States of America
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The Brentwood Rotary Golf Classic was held on June 25, 2018 at Brentwood Country Club.

 

On a day that threatened showers, 108 golfers played in ideal conditions in the Rotary Golf Classic and the presenting sponsor, LBMC. With lunch furnished by City Café and dinner from Corner Pub, there was plenty to eat and still enjoy the action on the course. A Golf Bazooka provided laughs and cheers on the 10th hole, while a Trackman analyzed every golfer’s swing on the 3rd hole. Some swings were really beautiful and others almost were!

 

The tournament featured 141 hole sponsors and 34 major sponsors lead by the Presenting Sponsor, LBMC. Although the results won’t be disclosed until the club meeting on August 24th, it’s safe to say we did better than last year, our first tournament.

 

Needless to say, the tournament wouldn’t have been a success without the 20 club volunteers who worked part of or all day in various areas of the tournament. Thanks to Suzie Lindsey for heading up that effort.

 

Plans for 2019 are already underway and it looks to be bigger and better than 2018! Come join us! 

The Mission of the Rotary Club of Brentwood is to provide business, professional and community leaders an opportunity to promote high ethical standards and fellowship while serving in the Brentwood community, and also promote goodwill worldwide.
 
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Active Members
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Opening Prayer
 
 
 
Speakers
Jack Massari
Apr 26, 2019
Electric Cars - Is the future here today?
Ryan Egly
May 10, 2019
Rotary International: Let's Start the Conversation
No speaker
May 17, 2019
No meeting due to District Conference
No meeting
May 24, 2019
Memorial Day Weekend
Rear Admiral John F. "Oscar" Meier, Carrier Gr 10
Jun 07, 2019
Navy Week and The Navy the Nation Needs
TBD
Jun 14, 2019
Rotary Scholarship Awards Program
Lewis Rankin and Suzie Lindsey
Jun 21, 2019
Brentwood Rotary Community Grants (formerly known as Pancake Day Disbursements)
No Meeting
Jun 28, 2019
Installation Banquet Week
Jim Bonds
Jul 12, 2019
Brentwood Reboot Combat Recovery
Larry Kain
Jul 19, 2019
Golf Tournament Wrap up
Molly Chatterjee (tentative)
Jul 26, 2019
Our Project in India
New District Governor Bob Huffman
Aug 02, 2019
Rotary International
Kevin Connor, Ainsley's Angels
Aug 09, 2019
Ainsley's Angels
Paul Harris Recognition
Aug 16, 2019
Perfect Attendance
Jerry Park, Author
Aug 23, 2019
A Tennesse Portrait
Annual Police/Fire Recognition Picnic
Sep 12, 2019
No Meeting Friday Sept 13th
Sunny Rosenbalm
Sep 20, 2019
Tuckers House
 
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