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Dance or chill to the music

What a great time we had! Thanks to everyone for their support of Rockin' with Rotary. The money raised will be plowed back into our community.

RoboGaston
Be amazed by local students!

Students from Gaston County Schools' elementary and middle schools battled on March 11.

Orchids
Sharing the word about Rotary

Sponsorships for the Challege support the Robotics program in Gaston County Schools.

Horses
On the line

Each year the club teams up with the folks at the Adult Recreation Center to provide a Thanksgiving meal to seniors. The event includes a band and dancing. We are always looking for volunteers for the event.

NOV. 13
Program: Our Foundation with Mike Stanforth
Bingo: Ed Jackson
Prayer & Pledge:
   John Pea
Sgt-at-Ar
ms: Mike Stanforth

NOV. 20
NO MEETING in honor of Thanksgiving

NOV. 27
Program: Dr. Pat Skinner with Gaston College
Bingo: Ed Jackson
Prayer & Pledge:
   Dick Akers
Sgt-at-Ar
ms: Mike Stanforth

DEC. 4
Program: Annual Wine Raffle PLUS Wine 101 with Chris McCallister
Bingo: Barry Wright
Prayer & Pledge:
  Jennifer Purdee
Sgt-at-Ar
ms: Monte Monteleone

DEC. 11
Program: Patrick Larkin, new executive director of Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
Bingo: Barry Wright
Prayer & Pledge:
  Jennifer Purdee
Sgt-at-Ar
ms: Monte Monteleone

 

 

Get all the info on Rockin' with Rotary

Discover everything you need to know about the 2017 Downtown Gastonia Summer Concert Series at our new website located here: rockin.gastoniaeastrotary.org. First concert this is is Thursday, April 27, featuring Coming Up Brass. DJ Johnny B kicks off the fun at 6 p.m. with the band taking the stage at 7 p.m., all at the Rotary Centennial Paviliion.


Gastonia East takes on fifth-grade questions

Members participated in the 2017 edition of Are You Smarter Than a Gaston County Fifth-grader? Check out the action and the many folks from our club who participated.


 
Gastonia's Polio Legacy

At our Nov. 17th, 2014, meeting, Gastonia East heard first-hand stories of polio in our area in the 1950s and the role of the North Carolina Orthopedic Hospital in Gastonia in treatment of the disease's victims. Watch the video below or click here for a larger view.


See scenes from RoboGaston 2014