Katherine Staten-Sneed is one of District 6780’s 2015-2016 outboundstudents representing the United States as well as Rotary during her ten months in Italy. She also represented the youth programs of District 6780 at the International Convention in Seoul, Korea.
Katie will be speaking on behalf of the Rotary Youth Programs, giving perspective to their importance as well as the impact Rotary has had on her life as an Interact president and RYE ambassador. She is currently attending the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga mwhere she charted a Rotaract Club sponsored by all three Rotary Clubs in Chattanooga.
Katie is double majoring in both Political Science International and Comparative studies, and Communications. She intends to continue with Rotary as she works towards her long term goal as a Rotary Peace Scholar.
Saturday, July 29th - Blue Grass Elementary School Grounds Clean-up
For the fifth year, the Rotary Club of Knoxville Breakfast members will team with the staff, teachers, students of Blue Grass Elementary School to beautify their school grounds prior to the opening of school.
We'll gather at 8:00 a.m. and work until around noon when we'll partake in lunch before heading home.
Blue Grass is located off of Ebenezer Rd at 8901 Bluegrass Rd, Knoxville 37922.
Doug Lesher is the project manager. Please bring rakes, shovels, weed whackers, wheel barrows, gloves and anything else you think will help with weeding and spreading mulch and trimming the many bushes around the school grounds. Please let Doug know you are coming by contacting him at this link.
You can view the video just below this story to see what we did last year.
Knoxville Breakfast Rotary 2016-2017 Club Annual Report
President Michael Holober is proud to publish this year's Club Annual Report. It details all of the efforts of club members during the 2016-2017 Rotary Year.