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The Rotary Club of Charlotte meets every Tuesday at:

Fairfield Inn and Suites Charlotte Uptown (201 S. McDowell St.)

Lunch and Meeting:  12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. 

For more information, email christine@charlotterotary.org 



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The following are various upcoming events of the Rotary Club of Charlotte:

November is Rotary Foundation Month – A month-long education and recognition to the Rotary Foundation.

$1,000 Challenge: Thank you to the following members who came forward in the ten $1,000 Challenge: 

Tom Blocker, Elly Clary, Terri DeBoo, Bob Finley, Rick Handford, Joe Morris, Ken Poe, Patricia Shafer, Alan Simonini, Lee and John Tabor



The Rotary Club of Charlotte meets at Fairfield Inn and Suites - Charlotte Uptown (201 S. McDowell St.)  A Zoom option is also available.  If you would like access, email christine@charlotterotary.org

Jan 4 


Bruce Hensley, creators of Queen's Feast, on Restaurant Week for January and state of restaurants post-COVID

Jan 11


Astrid Chirinos, Executive Director, Community Engagement, YMCA of Greater Charlotte

Jan 18


Judge C. Renee Little, 26th Judicial District (Mecklenburg County) with MLK address

Jan 25


HIGWIA (Jensen Caudle and Laura Little)

Feb 1


Bob Schurmeier, director, NC State Bureau of Investigation

Feb 8


CLT's expansion and main terminal lobby renovation

Feb. 15


Excellence in Leadership
Feb. 22


Abraham Madkour Sports Business Journal
March 1


Haley Gentry, Aviation Director, Charlotte-Douglas International Airport
March 8


Laura Little, "Behind the Curtain"
March 15


Andrew Travis, Systems Engineer, Fortinet, "Ransomware: The New Business as Usual"
March 22


Kieth Cockrell, Charlotte Market President, Bank of America
March 29


The UNC Journalism School controversy: Walter Hussman, publisher of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and $25 million donor, along with Glenn Burkins, founder and editor of Qcitymetro in Charlotte
April 19


Nick Kelly, President, Charlotte FC, Major League Soccer team

April 26


May 3


Home | Michael Almond, Author (michaelalmondbooks.com)

Michael Almond, lawyer, former industry recruiter and now author of a historical fiction novel about a race-tinged murder trial in western North Carolina in the early 1900s

May 10


Mike Lamach, Executive Chairman and Board Chair, Trane Technologies

May 31


Charles Iacovou, vice provost, Charlotte Programs, Wake Forest University

June 21


Todd Herman, CEO/President, The Mint Museum

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