Speaker Date Topic
Corn hole tournament Feb 22, 2019
Chris Hope, Author and former Tennessee Titan Mar 01, 2019
PROS: Parents Relying on their Seeds
PROS: Parents Relying on their Seeds

Through his experiences on and off the field, former Tennesse Titan and Super Bowl champion for the Steelers, Chris Hope, provides practical, inspirational, and biblical answers to show you how to set healthy boundaries with your parents, spouse, children, friends, coworkers, and especially with yourself. In P.R.O.S. Hope shows you how to bring health to your relationships, You’ll discover how to reclaim your freedom to walk as the loving, giving, fulfilled individual God created you to be.

Jaynee Day, President & CEO Mar 08, 2019
Second Harvest Food Bank
Second Harvest Food Bank

We talk about food insecurity a lot. Over 360,000 Middle and West Tennesseans are food insecure, our feeding programs aid food-insecure families, children, and seniors, and every year we strive to lower food insecurity rates in our community. But do you know what food insecurity means? According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), food insecurity is a lack of consistent access to enough food for an active, healthy life. Under the umbrella of food insecurity, the USDA differentiates between low food security and very low food security. Someone facing low food security is eating a diet of reduced quality and variety. For example, a family who relies on fast food for the convenience and low price has low food security. They’re eating meals, but those meals are low in quality and nutrients. A person facing very low food security not only has reduced access to nutritious food but also goes through times where there is nothing to eat. This could be a senior whose SNAP benefits run out toward the end of the month, so they go without eating until their next check arrives. In Middle Tennessee, we see a full range of food insecurity. It’s through your support that we can help our neighbors in need and bring the number of food-insecure individuals in Middle and West Tennessee down to zero.

Brentwood 50th Anniversary Mar 15, 2019
Rhyan Preyer Mar 22, 2019
STEM Scouts Program
STEM Scouts Program

 

Of the 312 pilots and scientists previously selected as astronauts since 1959, 180 were Scouts at one time. The new STEM Scouts pilot program would like to dwarf this number with astronauts produced by our STEM Scouts program. As you may now be aware, we are well on our way and a have mission to Mars Camp coming up in April of this year. However, before we can get our girls and boys into space we need to teach them how to use existing and developing technologies to build self-sustaining colonies. This requires for example, building self-sustaining energy grids, infrastructure, and micro economies. We believe this is where STEM Scouts comes in.

 Our STEM Scouts program is focused on incorporating new and existing technologies into a curriculum that, prepares the future space travelers of earth,  with a curriculum that focuses on science, technology, engineering, and math while reinforcing the time-honored traditions of the Scout Oath and Law. Moreover, the program is open to both boys and girls in grades 3-12, outside of school hours. Our individual Lab groupings are called "Labs." Our program breaks Lab groups into three categories: elementary (3rd-5th); middle school (6th-8th); and high school (6th-12th). Labs meet weekly for an hour and a half and are led by volunteers (trained by our staff). The students and their two volunteer leaders (Lab Managers) choose the 4-6 week modules they want to study. Modules cover a variety of disciplines through hands-on, inquiry-based learning activities and experiments. STEM will provide most if not all necessary instructions, materials, and supplies for the Lab science experiments. In addition, we work to incorporate STEM professionals as guest speakers.

After building this amazing program over the last three years, we believe that STEM Scouting provides a no-pressure, inquiry-based environment for a wide range of students, their friends, and their parents that and cultivates a passion for STEM sciences. Our Nashville and regional markets have revealed that the local STEM business community itself is acknowledging, and taking action, to involve local youth, especially young women, in the STEM sciences to address the disparity of employees to fill the explosion of STEM jobs in the global economy. Our local STEM Scouts program currently serves over 280 STEM scouts; almost half are young ladies. We are personally very enthusiastic about this amazing organizational mile stone! We hope to explore serving the youth of our planet together! 

Senator Marsha Blackburn Mar 29, 2019
The US Senate
The US Senate

Marsha Blackburn was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2018, and is currently serving her first term representing the state of Tennessee.  Before her election to the Senate, Marsha represented Tennessee’s 7th Congressional District.  

     Marsha’s public service is dedicated to promoting opportunities for women and making America a more prosperous place to live.  Marsha’s leadership philosophy is based on her experiences in the private sector as a small business woman and author, as well as being a mother and grandmother. 

     Marsha went to college on a 4-H scholarship and worked her way through school selling books for the Southwestern Company as one of their first female sales associates, and later as one of their first female sales managers.  

     She then became Director of Retail Fashion and Special Events for the Castner Knott Company, which was a Nashville-based regional department store.  Later, Marsha founded her own business, Marketing Strategies, which focused on the retail marketplace, as well as electronic and print media.

     Marsha began her career in public service in 1995 when she was named executive director of the Tennessee Film, Entertainment, and Music Commission.  In 1998, she was elected to the Tennessee State Senate.  In the state legislature, she earned a reputation for fiscal responsibility and government accountability by identifying waste and offering realistic solutions to Tennessee’s budget challenges. 

Brentwood High School Speech and Debate Team Apr 05, 2019
Annual Four Way Test Speech Contest
Judy Good, Marketing Dir.The Heritage at Brentwood Apr 12, 2019
Senior Living
Senior Living

Judy has over 20 years of senior living marketing experience and has been with The Heritage since 2010. She and her staff educate prospective residents on the differences regarding senior housing options in the greater Nashville area. Judy views her responsibility as assisting prospective residents, adult children, and their advisors to understand the various options available. With Judy’s guidance, they can feel confident in their selection of a Life Plan Community, resulting in an exceptional lifestyle, peace of mind, and financial security.

No Meeting Apr 19, 2019
Good Friday
Miss Tennessee Christine Williamson May 17, 2019
Respect
Respect

Christine Williamson was awarded the opportunity of a lifetime when she was crowned Miss Tennessee on June 23, 2018, at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson, Tennessee. As Miss Tennessee, FTB Advisors sponsors Christine as she serves as the Governor’s Official Spokesperson for Character Education and travels over 80,000 miles speaking to 50,000 schoolchildren about Character Education. Throughout her year of travels, Christine also serves as Tennessee’s Goodwill Ambassador for the five Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) hospitals across the state. She also holds positions as a National Spokesperson for the Alzheimer’s Association, an Ambassador for the Tennessee Brain Games in partnership with the Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability, Honorary Board Member of the Tennessee Respite Coalition Board of Directors, Official Friends of Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt Board Intern and as Volunteer Tennessee’s Honorary Board Chair.

 

Christine is a 23-year-old Graduate Student at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga College of Business, pursuing her Master’s Degree, as well as an additional certification in Data Analytics. She was honored with the UTC Chancellor’s Outstanding Service Award for outstanding academics and service this past summer.  Christine is not only a member of the UTC Graduate Student Association, but also serves as Public Relations Chairman.  Christine is a graduate of The University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism, with an emphasis in Public Relations and a minor in Political Science.  She was on the University of Mississippi’s Dean’s List, was a Founding Member of the Anti-Sexual Assault Organization, was a student member of the lobbying group AiM as well as an iSTAART student member.  

 

Christine has been awarded over $49,000 in college scholarships from her participation in the Miss Tennessee program.  She received the coveted Miss Tennessee Quality of Life Award in 2018, and was also a Preliminary Lifestyle and Fitness Winner and also a Preliminary Talent Winner as she captured the Miss Tennessee crown.  Additionally, Christine achieved the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze and Silver Medals. and was Thanks to these scholarships from the Miss Tennessee Organizations, Christine was able to graduate debt-free from the University of Mississippi and is now able to complete her Master’s Degree and PhD!

No meeting May 24, 2019
TBD Jun 07, 2019
Rotary Scholarship Awards Program
Lewis Rankin and Suzie Lindsey Jun 14, 2019
Brentwood Rotary Community Grants (formerly known as Pancake Day Disbursements)
No Meeting Jun 28, 2019
Installation Banquet Week
Jim, Brentwood Reboot Combat Recovery Jul 12, 2019
Brentwood Reboot Combat Recovery
Larry Kain Jul 19, 2019
Golf Tournament Wrap up
Golf Tournament Wrap up
Sponsors