The Montgomery Sunset Club meets atop the tallest building in Montgomery every Thursday night around 5:30 at the local watering hole. After a flowing period of fellowship the club adjourns to a beautiful sunset overlooking the winding Alabama River. The Sunset club recently celebrated its fourth anniversary by having a backyard cookout with all the trimmings. This group made up primarily of millineals has a great time in part because of the new relaxed rules regarding attendance and a much lower dues structure.
Rotary International at one time required all clubs to adhere to strict attendance requirements. NO MORE!
Each individual club can set its own attendance requirements with dues to fit just about every pocketbook.
These young energetic Rotarians have made a big difference to many in its short existence. Contributing to the Annual Fund helps provide for needed local grants. One signature project like the Cornhole Tournament. helps to fund charities like Mustaches for Kids that support children' causes.
Members have gone to Ware Ferry Elementary School for very successful clean up parties, both inside and out. Their contributions to Polio Eradication save the lives of children around the world.
With all this energy, fun is always the code word for a great experience.
To find out more about this new type of Rotarian, contact President Deb Crook Facebook on the Montgomery Sunset page.
"Great Men of District 6880"
The Jerry Brunson Unsung Hero Award
J. Barton Greer
The J. Barton Greer Citizenship - 4 Way Test Award
Harry Preston Hall
Let’s Get It Done Award
Steve J. James
Youth Service Award
Douglas Oliver Barber
Generous Spirit Award
Service Above Self Award