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Speakers
Apr 30 2014
Club Leadership
"Club Membership & Project Development"
 
May 7 2014
Steve Holt
"Generation Y, Social Media, & Tips for Leading a Successful Rotary Club"
 
  Steve Holt will share some insights into a variety of topics to possibly include use of social media, characteristics of Generation Y, and some tips for leading a successful Rotary Club. 
  Steve Holt has been a keynote speaker, consultant, teacher, and writer for over a decade. He has helped thousands of people improve their businesses and their personal development through his workshops and keynote speeches. His work has focused on small business development, social media, leadership, motivational topics, and training & development. He has written 4 books on Facebook, Twitter, and Google. 
  Steve is a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones Investments in Franklin, TN.  He has an MBA degree from The University of Tennessee at Martin and has taught both Computer Science and Economics courses in higher education since 1999.  
  He is married to Hollie Holt and together they have four wonderful children.  Steve is also a member of Rotary International, a Rotary Paul Harris Fellow, and regularly contributes his time and efforts helping his local club and Rotary clubs both internationally and all over the country. 
For more information about Steve, go to:  http://steveholt.com/home/  
May 14 2014
Congressman Jim Cooper
"at the Cabin By The Spring at The Hermitage"
 
  Congressman Jim Cooper is the U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 5th congressional district (based in Nashville), serving since 2003.  He is a member of the Democratic Party and the Blue Dog Coalition.  He previously represented Tennessee's 4th congressional district from 1983 to 1995.  The 5th Congressional District of Tennessee includes all of Davidson County and Dickson County, and part of Cheatham County.  Over 700,000 people live in both rural and urban areas in the heart of Middle Tennessee.
  In Congress, he's known for his work on the federal budget, health care and government reform.  He's also a businessman, attorney and part-time Vanderbilt professor when Congress is not in session.  Congressman Cooper was born and raised in Tennessee. He and Martha, his wife of twenty eight years, live in Nashville and have three children.
May 21 2014
Ken, Jonathan, Troy, & Lyn
"Final Coordination for Golf Tournament"
 
May 28 2014
Dr. Rhett Bruner, DC
"Active Life Chiropractic & Rehabilitation"
 

http://www.activelifetn.com/chiropractic-care/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Active-Life-Chiropractic-Rehabilitation-of-Mt-Juliet/138050006244107   

Jun 4 2014
NO Meeting - Support Golf Tournament Instead
 
Jun 11 2014
Guest Speaker TBD
 
Jun 18 2014
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Participants
"Sharing the RYLA Experience"
 
Jun 25 2014
Club Installation Banquet (this week)
"Date, Time & Location TBD"
 
Jul 2 2014
Guest Speaker TBD
 
Jul 9 2014
Ken DuBray
"Rotary Year 2014-2015 Goals & Plans"
 
Jul 16 2014
Sean Stake (tentative date)
"Special Olympics Tennessee"
 
Sean Stake is the Event Marketing Manager and Regional Coordinator for Special Olympics Tennessee.  He will share some information about Special Olympics Tennessee
Mission:  To provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. 
History:  The global Special Olympics movement started on July 20, 1968, when the first International Special Olympics Games were held at Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois, USA. However the concept of Special Olympics was thought of much earlier, when Eunice Kennedy Shriver started a day camp for people with intellectual disabilities at her home in 1962. Since 1974, when Special Olympics Tennessee (SOTN) became registered as 501(c) (3) non-for-profit organizations, has continued to achieve the original mission.
Sports:   Special Olympics Tennessee supports 32 area programs that include all Tennessee counties.  Area Programs are lead by volunteer teams, who recruit and train athletes, conduct local and area competitions and raise funds to support their efforts. Full participation is granted to every athlete regardless of his or her economic circumstances.  Over 14,500 Special Olympics athletes are registered with Special Olympics Tennessee.
Special Olympics Tennessee offers the following sports: 
Alpine skiing, Aquatics, Athletics (Track and Field), Basketball, Bocce, Bowling, Equestrian, Flag Football, Golf, Powerlifiting, Soccer, Snowboarding, Speed Skating, Tennis, Volleyball. 
Jul 23 2014
Guest Speaker TBD
 
Jul 30 2014
Guest Speaker TBD
 
Aug 6 2014
Guest Speaker TBD
 
Aug 13 2014
Guest Speaker TBD
 
Aug 20 2014
DG Kim Kim
"District Governor Visit"
 
Aug 27 2014
Guest Speaker TBD
 
 
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