Designs to Fight Hunger is a project building structures out of canned foods and cereal boxes. Working with Old Dominion Freight, Fox 8, and the Salvation Army, the High Point Rotary Club built an Old Dominion Freight Lines truck at Hanes Mall. The result is amazing! Working with the Furnitureland, Thomasville, Kernersville, Winston-Salem and Clemmons Rotary Clubs, the structure is 18 feet long and 5 feet high using 4500 cans and cereal boxes. Total raised for the High Point and Winston Salem Salvation Army is $23,000 Click here for the video.
Whether you’re already a member of the club, a visiting Rotarian of another club, or thinking about joining the 1.2 million men and women of Rotary worldwide who get involved and make a difference in their communities; connect with other professionals to utilize their time and talents to help others; support global causes, such as hunger, disease, poverty, education, world peace, and assist those in tragedy or peril…. then Welcome to the High Point Rotary Club website!
Our club members all have something in common: We take action, we server our community as volunteers, and we reach out to neighbors in need. We build, support, and organize. We enrich lives. We save lives. We work locally and globally. Around the world and around the corner, whether you’re a veteran volunteer or new to community service, we’re looking for people to be a part of what we do. This year our Rotary theme is “Making a Difference.”
I would like to personally welcome you to our club meetings with open arms! We meet each Thursday at lunch at the High Point Country Club. Expect to have fun and enjoy great food, extraordinary programs, beneficial networking, and lifelong fellowship and friendships. When you see all we do, we hope you will consider how you too can take your talents, your gifts, everything that is special about what and who you are and can become — and Be a part of “Being the Inspiration” with The Rotary Club of High Point.
We are always looking to grow and improve our club with great people just like you so we encourage you to come visit us. Even better, let us know you’re coming by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 336-885-7240. If you are already a member, I challenge you to invite at least one new guest this Rotary year and ask them to join. Remember, that is how we all got involved with rotary wasn’t it? Someone asked you. Now it’s your turn to make the ask and “Be The Inspiration.”
Thanks again for visiting our website. Here you can learn more about what we do, who we are, and what’s next for our club. As your club president for 2018-2019 I promise, we will have fun and we will “Be The Inspiration” in our community of High Point and the world.
I am excited and honored to serve and lead our club this year. Please join me in “Being the Inspiration.”
Yours in Rotary Service,
We have a big heart, especially for kids who need our help. The Piggybank Fund targets projects and programs which benefit kids in our community. This year, the High Point Rotary Club’s Annual Barbecue event will take place from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 20, at First Presbyterian Church, located at 918 N. Main St., High Point, N.C.
Pork barbecue or chicken plates with all the trimmings are available for $10 each, with the option to eat-in, take-out, or have your plate delivered. Event attendees will enjoy live entertainment throughout the day. The High Point University ice cream truck will also be present from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., giving free ice cream with the purchase of a meal or auction item.
About our key recipient: Big Brothers-Big Sisters
Today High Point Rotary entertained 80 children from 19 elementary schools in the greater High Point area. Children came to High Point Rotary Club and enjoyed a nice lunch and were entertained by Steve Brannan who is a professional Yo-Yo-ist. He shared a brief Christmas story before they got to sit on Sants’s lap.