Home About Us Our Facebook Page Contact Us Join Us
rockin
Champions of Are You Smarter Than a Fifth-Grader 2020

The Gastonia East/North Belmont Elementary team won a competition, but that's just one part of our efforts to be connected to education in our county.

RoboGaston
Dance or chill to the music

After a year off due to Covid-19, Rockin' with Rotary downtown concert series returns beginning June 11.

Orchids
Sharing the proceeds of the concert series

Funds raised from the Rockin' with Rotary concerts gets put back into local charitable groups

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.

Club bulletin for this week.

MAY 10
John Searby - Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation

Bingo: Randy Riley
Prayer & Pledge:
   TBA

MAY 17
Sallie Hendrick - Director of Bit of Hope Ranch

Bingo: Susan Edenfield
Prayer & Pledge:
   Bill Joles

MAY 24
Program TBA

Bingo: Steve Ross
Prayer & Pledge:
   Jenny Stultz

MAY 31
NO MEETING for Memorial Day Holiday

JUNE 11
Rockin' with Rotary returns to downtown Gastonia with cat 5.

 

 

2021 Concert series announced

Rockin' with Rotary, presented by Gastonia East Rotary Club and the City of Gastonia returns this summer with four concerts to light up the night and make you feel like dancing. Concerts will be at the Rotary Pavillion downtown Gastonia. The dates and bands for this year are:


Meetings at the Conference Center

As of the March 1 meeting, attendees no longer need to pre-register online in order to meet in person. We stil need to give each other plenty of space and mask up, but number restrictions have been eased. You can also still participate in the meeting remotely via Zoom. See the weekly bulletin for details on how (link in the Upcoming list above).


 
 
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