The Point Clear Rotary club is hosting the Seventeenth Annual "Taste of Rotary", Tuesday, April 18, 2017, at the Fairhope Civic Center in downtown Fairhope, Alabama. This event is the primary fundraiser for the club and 100% of the monies raised by the event are returned to the community. The primary beneficiaries this year continue to be the Fairhope/Point Clear Rotary Youth Club (formerly known as the Fairhope Boys and Girls Club) and the Salvation Army. Additionally, the Point Clear Rotary club provides educational scholarships for local students and grants for a variety of local charities and support services in the Baldwin County area.
The Fairhope-Point Clear Rotary Youth Club (www.rotaryyouthclub.org) empowers youth to realize their full potential as productive, caring and responsible members of society
Santa America brings the precious gifts of Love, Hope, and Joy to special needs children & their families in hospice or bereavement, with chronic pediatric illnesses, post traumatic stress, autism, wounded warriors, & families in disaster relief shelters.
The Salvation Arma provides shelter for the homeless, helps addicts reclaim their lives, gives homeless women & children a safe haven, responds to disasters, makes sure thousands of children in need have a gift at Christmas and feeds the hungry.
The club engages in a number of fund-raising events throughout the year. The two primary fund raising events are A Taste of Rotary, held in the spring, and The Sporting Clays Fall Classic.
The Point Clear Rotary Club's annual Sporting Clays Classic fundraiser will
take place Friday, Oct. 21, at the Bushy Creek Clays in Perdido, Alabama.
To register your team and learn the guidelines,
contact Rod Platt at 251 599-0488, or email him at email@example.com
To be a sponsor, contact Jay Weber
at 251 422-0104, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A team consists of four persons and registration is $150 per shooter.
The fundraiser benefits the Fairhope-Point Clear Rotary Youth Club.
The Point Clear Rotary Club meets every Thursday morning at the Grand Hotel. Leslie Weeks is president.
The 2016 A Taste of Rotary was a huge success! The Salvation Army's cooking team led by Chef Cecil Morris won the 2016 Silver Spoon Award, placing first at the Point Clear Rotary Club's Taste Of Rotary event. With him are helpers Oscar Smith, assistant chef; Pam Fredelake, business manager and client Wayne. The team offered barbecue rib samples plus shrimp and crawfish etoufee with noodles. Placing second was the Saltwater Grill at the Grand Hotel and third place was a three-way tie between Sage Lebanese Restaurant, Master Joe's Shanghai Cottage and R. Bistro. Twenty area restaurants offered their specialities. The event benefits the Fairhope-Point Clear Rotary Youth Club, scholarships and other charities.