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The Bremen Rotary Club is proud to provide Narcan to Haralson County Emergency Personnel for another year. Alicia Michael, a representative with Get Healthy, Live Well gave the club an update and informed us that our donation of 24 Narcan doses last year resulted in 13 lives being saved. 
The Bremen Rotary Club is proud to continue to support Ferst Readers of Haralson County (previously known as Haralson FERST Foundation). Pictured is Rotarian Lynn Clarke presenting a check for $1,000 to Mrs. Alice Jane Wasdin on behalf of Ferst Readers of Haralson County.
Thank you to David Huddleston from Carroll EMC for speaking to the club about Agriculture in Georgia.
October 31, 2019: Mike Newman shared his knowledge of various wars throughout our Country's history. 
October 24, 2019: Bremen Rotary held a Rotary Social at The Shed at Westover Farms with great food provided by Mother & Daugther Catering. Thanks to all that attended.
October 17, 2019: Bremen Rotarians met at the Bremen High School and had special guests from our awesome Interact Club. Members of the Interact club shared the many service projects they have going on at the high school. Pictured are President-Elect Allen Pullen presenting a check to Interact from the Rotary Club. 
October 3, 2019: Bremen Rotarians heard from Chad Dollahite, VP of Haralson Adoptive & Foster Parent Association. Chad spoke to the club about how they got into fostering and the purpose, scope, goals, and needs of their organization.
September 19, 2019: Bremen Rotarians heard from our GRSP student, Caroline. We enjoyed hearing about her family and friends in Sweden. We were all very impressed by all she has accomplished at such a young age. No doubt, she is going places. We are thrilled to have her with us this year.  
August 29, 2019: Rotarians heard from Carter Smith, Indian Springs District Scouting Executive. Carter spoke to the club about the present and future of Boy Scouts of America as it impacts our community.
August 22, 2019: Rotarians heard from Maryssa Foley, Agriculture and Natural Resource Educator with the Haralson County Extension Office. 
August 24, 2019: Thank you to Rotarians Chad Crowe, John Fletcher, Walter Hatchett, and Tara Chapman for participating in the County-wide clean up event on Saturday, August 24. Their area of focus was Crosstown Parkway in Bremen. 
August 15, 2019: Rotarians heard from Bremen High School Football Head Coach Davis Russell. Coach Russell brought Rotarians their annual football update. GO BLUE!
August 8, 2019: Rotarians heard from Dorothea Graham with the Haralson County Extension Office. Dorothea brought students to give testimonials to the wonderful programs offered by 4-H and they also shared about their experiences at District and State competitions.
August 1, 2019: Rotarians heard from Eric McDonald, President/CEO of the Greater Haralson Chamber of Commerce. Eric gave an update on both industrial and retail activity in our area. Pictured is Rotarian Rob Goldin presenting a check to Eric McDonald for Bremen Rotary's annual contribution to the Grow Haralson Initiative, an economic development foundation begun by local business leaders to attract growth to the area.
Rotarian Bill Sewell presented
Haralson County High School 
Laws of Life winners
Rotarian Lynn Clarke introduced our GRSP student
Magno Soria Toniolo
Rotarian John McDaniel introduced the Guitar Club from Bremen High School
Rotarian Gene Vineyard  introduced
Rachel Styles, as we honored first responders
Leigh Allen  introduced 
Carole Thompson with Carroll EMC Student Program
Bremen High School
Boys Quartet and Girls Trio (Teacher - Jamie Lipscomb)
entertained Bremen Rotary for the annual Valentines Day program 
Rotarian Steve Sampler introduced Perry Hicks, The City Planner for Bremen.
Rotarian Joanie Lowe Introduced
Mary Hart and Elayne Brown from Circles of West Georgia.
Rotarian Phil Wren  introduced Steve Williams who runs the Cardiac department at WellStar
Bob Koncerak from Rotary Club of Alpharetta spoke about their 2019
Service Project & Safari Adventure to Tanzania.
The Bremen Rotary Club presented Poole Farm with the Bremen Rotary Farm Family of the Year Award.

 Interact Club spoke to the club about some of their Service Projects for this year. image

Karen Steed introduced Sammy Robinson

with the 

Haralson County Veteran's Association

 Our District Governor visited with us and gave an inspirational speech on being a Rotarian.
 Court Dowis

 We spent time playing Trivia with our Rotarian Team Building 

"Unity is strength. . . when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved." --Mattie Stepanek


             Alisa Goldin  presented
               Cure Childhood Cancer

Jeannie Ethridge  introduced Lt. Dave Wade of the The Haralson County Fire Department.
Who thanked the club for the Narcan donation.

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Jennifer Harmon introduced
 Jenn Toney of West Georgia Autism Foundation
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Rotary Club  had The College Football Kickoff  Tailgating
at the Shed at Westover Farms
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Alicia Michael
Tanner's Healthy Haralson Initiative presented
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Bremen Rotary supports the Georgia Rotary Student Program.
Since 1946, Rotarians in Georgia, USA, have promoted world peace through understanding by offering scholarships to international students for one year of study in Georgia colleges and universities. Georgia Rotary Clubs sponsor students recommended by a Rotary Club in their home country. The students become adopted members of a Georgia "host family," but live on-campus at the school they attend. This is a scholarship program, not an exchange! Each year, about 80 students from all over the world make friends in the United States and other nations and learn about differing cultures and life styles. Georgia Rotarians believe "Peace is Possible" and through GRSP promote international goodwill through the bonds of friendship and understanding.

Go to www.grsp.org for more information.

The Scholarship Covers :
The scholarship covers one scholastic year, from August to May, and is for study in colleges and universities located in the State of Georgia.

The Scholarship Pays :
1. tuition
2. book allowance
3. meals
4. college provided room

Applicant must provide :
1.transportation from country to USA and return
2. medical insurance
3. $3,000 spending money
4. any income taxes imposed by the government on the scholarship money

Eligibility Requirements :
1. must be 18 years but not 25 years of age by August 1 the year studies begin
2. have not studied in the USA
3. must be single.
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