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President
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Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Immediate Past President
Brentwood Rotary Club Charitable Foundation
Director of International Service
Director of Vocational Service
Director of Community Service
Director at Large
Director of Club Service Activities
Director of Club Service Membership
Membership
Director of Public Relations
Executive Secretary
The Rotary Foundation
Sergeant at Arms

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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Brentwood Tennessee

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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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Brentwood Rotary Golf Classic
June 15, 2020
Brentwood Country Club
 
 
03/15/20 Update
 
The 4th annual Brentwood Rotary Golf Classic is well under way with some great early news.
 
We have sold all of our team spots, a total of 32, and are now working on selling our Sponsorships. We have a goal this year to increase our net income from last year’s event by 21% which will require out Sponsorship sales to increase by
$ 15,000. To date we have had great success with Major Sponsor sales and Hole Sponsor sales are beginning to take off.
 
We currently have 22 Major Sponsors available ranging from a $ 400 Hazard Sponsor to a $ 3,000 Platinum Sponsor. We have 15 Premium Hole Sponsor remaining at $ 1,000 each and 5 Side Scoreboard Sponsors, also at $ 1,000 each.
We have an unlimited number of Hole Sponsors left and a goal to increase our 2019 sales of 166.
 
This year’s tournament is pleased to partner with Graceworks Ministries, Saddle Up!, and Brightstone as our primary beneficiaries from tournament proceeds. Other selected Rotary partners will also benefit from our success.  Stay tuned for more information as we near tournament time!
The Rotary Club of Brentwood will have it's annual Pancake Day for the city on April 18th from 7:30AM to 11:30AM. Come join us at Brentwood High School and eat some pancakes with REAL Maple Syrup!
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.
Meeting Responsibilities
Active Members
Pledge and Four Way Test
 
Opening Prayer
 
Speakers
James Grimes, Brentwood High School
Apr 03, 2020
Four Way Speech Contest
Club Business- Sarah Johnson
Apr 17, 2020
CommunityService Award Presentation
Knox Brewer
Apr 24, 2020
Saddle Up!
Kem Hinton
May 01, 2020
Nashville Growth: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
TABLE TALKS
May 08, 2020
Alberto Gonzales
May 29, 2020
MLB In Nashville
Scholarship Committee
Jun 05, 2020
Presentation of Scholarship Recipients
Community Grants
Jun 12, 2020
NO MEETING- JULY 4th
Jul 03, 2020
Charles Grummon
Jul 10, 2020
India Update
Ken Arney
Jul 17, 2020
Regional Forester for the Southern Region of the U.S Forest Service
Larry Kain
Jul 24, 2020
Golf Tournament Update
Brian Goss- Brentwood Fire Chief
Jul 31, 2020
Fire Department Update
Stu Grimsom
Aug 07, 2020
My life as a Professional Hockey Player
Ian Ayre, CEO
Aug 14, 2020
Nashville Soccer Club
Scott Ramsey
Aug 28, 2020
Nashville Sports Council
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