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Graffiti lines the walls of the old rail line along first avenue south Tuesday June 19, 2012 in Birmingham, Ala. The area will become part of a pedestrian and bicycle connection between Railroad Park and Sloss Furnaces. (The Birmingham News,Hal Yeager)

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The Rotary Club of Birmingham's signature project is the Preschool Learning Initiative.

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The Rotary Club of Birmingham and the Rotary Club of Colombo Sri Lanka have embarked on a new partnership with the Department of Health to create the Early Detection Cancer Center

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This “Avenue” relates to the activities that Rotarians undertake to improve the quality of life in their community. Particular emphasis is given to helping children, needy families, the aged, the handicapped, and those most in need of assistance. Rotarians strive to promote the ideal of service in their personal, business, and community lives.

Meeting Information

Location:

The Harbert Center - Dwight M. Beeson Banquet Hall
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Time:

Weekly Meeting Every Wednesday
11:30: Buffet Opens
12:15: Meeting Called to Order

NOTE: You must be a member of a Rotary club, or a guest of a Rotary Club of Birmingham member to attend the meeting.

Fred McCallum, Local Rotary President

Message from Rotary Club of Birmingham President Fred McCallum

Welcome to the website of the Rotary Club of Birmingham!  For more than 100 years, our Rotary Club has brought together civic leaders in our community to learn, exchange ideas, and take action to solve critical community problems in Birmingham and beyond.  We engage our members to improve the community through service, education and fellowship.  […]

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Message from International President John Germ

A belief in the power of service lies at the very heart of Rotary. By making service our priority, we put the needs of others above our own. We empathize more deeply with the difficulties of other people; we become more generous with our time and resources, and more open to new ways of thinking. Instead of trying to change others, we recognize that everyone and everything has something to teach us….

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