Anderson Rotary Fundraiser!

Anderson Rotary Club Presents: Golf & Glam Fashion Show Fundraiser! All proceeds will benefit scholarships and local programs. Join us at the Anderson Country Club on Saturday, June 8, from 4:00-8:00. Golf Challenges begin at 4:00 followed by a Happy Hour & Dinner at 6:00. At 7:00 there will be a Fashion Show featuring Anderson Rotarians and friends as models. 

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Upcoming Service Project

The Anderson Rotary Club will celebrate Earth Day/Arbor Day on Thursday, April 25 from 4-6 p.m. at Dickmann Town Center in downtown Anderson by cleaning the park, repairing the Rotary Peace Pole, mulching and planting flowers. Rotarians and their guests are invited to the Kettle Top for a social hour following the clean up. 

If you would like to make a contribution to our Peace Pole Flower fund, we will accept donations at Club the next two Tuesdays, April 16 and April 23. Please give your cash donations to Community Service Committee members (Jodi, Mandee or Ben). You may also send donations via Venmo to Nancy Anderson @NancyAnderson56 (Please put Rotary in the comments).

Tools and gloves will not be supplied. Please bring the following needed items:

Please feel free to invite work colleagues, friends, and/or family to join us. 


     The A Town Center in downtown Anderson is a hub for artists and downtown development. Their vision is: "to see downtown Anderson, thrive and become known as a destination for arts, culture, specialty retail shopping, food and dining, festivals, entertainment, and special events." As part of CREATING PLACES, the organization is developing an Anderson Artist Alleyway that will display art and ornamental lighting in the alleyway connecting the Paramount Theatre and Union Building. There will also be 2 gateway arches on both sides of the alley. This is a 10-year project that will have changing artists' displays. Our Rotary project proposes to provide major funding for the artwork in year one and assist in the clean-up of this alley which is often a place for broken bottles, trash, etc.

     The requested funds were $3,700 which the Club will match for a total of $7,400.  Work has already begun on the project with a projected completion date of October 2023.