Recordings of our meetings will be posted here as they become available. Zoom Cloud recordings are available for a limited time. Viewing any one of these recordings can be counted as a makeup if reported to the club secretary.

Also available for makeup credit are meetings of the new Volunteer Voyagers Rotary Passport club, which meets virtually every second Tuesday and fourth Thursday. You can view all recordings of those meetings through their YouTube channel.

October 13, 2021: Jamison Creel of the Mars Hill Initiative
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October 6, 2021: Andy Tubertini and members of the Disaster Response Team with stories and photos from their recent trip to Louisiana following Hurricane Ida.
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September 22, 2021: Elizabeth Wix, Regional Director in Alabama for the Society of St. Andrew, talking about the Society of St. Andrew Alabama Gleaning Network (AGN).
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September 15, 2021: Lee Lawson, President and CEO, Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance
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August 25, 2021: Club Meeting. Our scheduled speaker canceled, so we had a variety of presentations from members.
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June 23, 2021: Ben Raines, journalist, filmmaker, and environmental activist, His latest book, Saving America’s Amazon
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June 16, 2021: Kerrie Benson, Gulf Coast Coordinator, Children’s of Alabama, and Executive Director, Dance Without Limits, Children’s of Alabama, autism, and Dance Without Limits
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June 9, 2021: SummerTide players (students from the University of Alabama Department of Theatre & Dance, Sneak preview of Starting Here, Starting Now, the 2021 SummerTide Theatre production
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June 2, 2021: Club Meeting
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May 26, 2021: Hon. Michelle M. Thomason, Presiding District Judge, 28th Judicial Circuit Court of Alabama, Baldwin County Veterans Court
Passcode: 76*p#^Hr

May 19, 2021: Jacob Ludwikowski, Senior Associate Athletic Director for Development/Executive Director of the Jaguar Athletic Fund, Sport Administration – Men’s and Women’s Golf, University of South Alabama, What to look forward to in USA athletics, especially the the upcoming football season in brand-new Hancock Whitney Stadium
Passcode: R77N*2zj

May 12, 2021: Bob Weltlich, former USA basketball coach, Proposed First Responders monument
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May 5, 2021: Marina Simpson, Executive Director, United Way of Baldwin County, the work of United Way
Passcode: $5k5*Mq9

April 28, 2021: Pizza Party at the Rotary Youth Club
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April 21, 2021: Randal Wright, president, Friends of the Fairhope Public Library, the work and programs of the Friends
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April 14, 2021: William “Bill E.” Stitt, Owner & Head Bacon Maker, Bill-E’s Restaurant and Bill-E’s Small Batch Bacon, “How to make bacon”
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April 7, 2021: Griffin Smith, Fairhope High School Interact president, his experience at RYLA (not recorded)

March 31, 2021: Connie Whitaker, Executive Director, South Alabama Land Trust, SALT and Bald Eagle Bash (May 22)
Passcode: 8X*@h8FN

March 24, 2021: Ruth Cook, author of Magic in Stone: The Sylacauga Marble Story, The history of the “Marble City” quarry, whose product can be seen in the U.S. Supreme Court
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March 17, 2021: Alodia Arnold, publisher, Fairhope Living, “What Fairhope Living Is and Does”
Passcode: @u4ptdAD

March 10, 2021: Sherry Sullivan, Mayor, City of Fairhope, “The First 100 Days”
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March 3, 2021: Chad Jackson and Brian Lorenzato, Classification Talks
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February 24, 2021: Sally Pearsall Ericson, Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Bellingrath Gardens and Home, “Bellingrath’s Beer and Blooms” Event on March 6
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February 17, 2021: Rachel Byers, Byers, Byers & Associates, P.C., recipient of this year’s Nappie Award for Best CPA, “PPP Loans and Tax Benefits for Small Business Owners Due to the Pandemic”
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February 10, 2021: William C. “Bill” Hixson, M.D., USA MCI Kilborn Clinic, staff radiation oncologist and associate professor of Interdisciplinary Clinical Oncology, “Advances in Radiation Oncology: Improving Outcomes and Quality of Life for Men Who Are Part of the 1 in 8”
Passcode: gVG9h%1j

February 3, 2021: Jessica Kirk, M.D., “The Pediatric Hospitalist Program at Thomas Hospital”
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January 27, 2021: Jerry Blacklaw, Governor, Rotary International District 6880, Official Visit
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January 20, 2021: Dr. Mark Fagan, “Economic Development in Baldwin County from 1860 to 1960”
Passcode: 1xis#d79

January 13, 2021: Pam Hunter and Frank DeBlasi of the Baller Dream Foundation, which is dedicated to raising the spirits of children, young adults, and their families battling all forms of cancer.
Passcode: K#%.2S6A

November 11, 2020: Frank Connell, the work of the U.S. Armed Forces Honor Guard of Baldwin County and its need for new, younger members
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October 28, 2020: Tom Bailey, author of The Five Capitals of Alabama, “The Five Capitals of Alabama”
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October 21, 2020: Club Meeting, with various announcements.
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October 14, 2020: Paula Renee Carter, Academic Dean, Baldwin County Public Schools: Virtual vs. traditional classes and how the students are adjusting in the COVID-19 era

October 7, 2020: Mike Bunn, Director, Historic Blakeley State Park: His forthcoming book, Fourteenth Colony: The Forgotten Story of the Gulf South During America’s Revolutionary Era

September 30, 2020: Joe Savage, founder of Roads of Hope: “Rescuing Orphans Before They Get Trafficked”

September 23, 2020: Adwiti Subba Haffner: “Benefits of Meditation”

September 9, 2020: Casey Gay Williams, President, Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce: The role of the Chamber of Commerce to help small businesses during the pandemic

September 7, 2020: Cecile Godfrey, Director of Operations, CPHomes: The effect of the pandemic on the senior living industry

August 26, 2020: Rob Holbert, Co-publisher/Managing Editor, Lagniappe: The future of print newspapers and how the pandemic has affected Lagniappe