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The Rotary Club of Buckhead unites leaders from all walks of life, amplifying their individual contributions to make Buckhead, Atlanta and the world a better place to live and work.
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12:15 on Mondays at Maggiano’s
3368 Peachtree Rd. | Atlanta, GA 30326
12/11/14: Rebecca Johnson reminds the club about the importance of the Foundation Ball Sponsorships.
12/1/14: Dave Peterson, Mindy Binderman, President Elizabeth, Board member Susan Smith, Anne Allen, Walter Allen and Comer Yates
12/1/14: Comer Yates and Mindy Binderman accept checks from Buckhead Rotary to The Atlanta Speech School and GEEARS
11/18/14: Sally Dorsey introduces our speaker, Sheffield Hale, president of the Atlanta History Center.
11/18/14: President - elect Ty Tippett reads the resolution nominating Alec Smythe for District Governor.
11/18/14: Maggie O'Brien recognizes guests and visiting Rotarians and gives us a little inspirational Sunshine.
11/1/14: Rebecca Johnson, Kari Kirkley and Bill Barney promote Companion Pets for Vets at the Atlanta Humane Society Pet Parade.
11/1/14: Kari Kirkley and her dog, Rufus, promoting Companion Pets for Vets at the Atlanta Humane Society Pet Parade.
11/1/14: Michael Crandall and Rebecca Johnson promote Companion Pets for Vets at the Atlanta Humane Society Pet Parade.
11/1/14: Rotarian dogs Max (Candace Klein) and Rufus (Kari Kirkley) lend a hand promoting Companion Pets for Vets at the Atlanta Humane Society Pet Parade.
Our club, founded in 1951, is one of the larger clubs in the Atlanta Metro area. We are an active club, with a particular focus on Community Development, Health & Disease, Youth & Education, and International Service.
We meet Mondays at 12:15 upstairs at Maggiano’s restaurant in the heart of Buckhead. Fellow Rotarians are always welcome. If you are interested in learning more about Rotary, feel free to look around the site, or contact us.
Got some tickets you can't use? Donate them to KIPP so that an under-privileged kid can enjoy the event.
Make a gift of $20,000 to the Buckhead Rotary Foundation and receive naming rights for the $10,000 giving level. Contact Ben Bowen, Aadu Allpere or John Dykes for details.