Madison Rotary Brings Vision Clinic to Honduran Villages

Madison Rotarians have been traveling to Honduras since 2015 to provide eyeglasses and medical eye care to people in the remote mountain regions of southern Honduras.  Led by Dr. Michael St.Peter and International Service Chair Tim McMicken, the team has examined over 1,500 people and dispensed over 2,000 pairs of glasses in three years.  In February 2017 alone, they examined 630 people, provided over 800 pairs of glasses, and treated multiple eye infections, dry eye disease, allergic conjunctivitis, and inflammatory conditions.  Furthermore, in cooperation with the Rotary Club of Choluteca, Honduras, they are coordinating to provide cataract surgery for approximately 20 people at little to no cost to the patient.

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Madison Street Festival

On the first Saturday in October, Madison Rotarians participate in the annual MADISON STREET FESTIVAL in historic downtown Madison.  The Street Festival is Madison’s largest annual event and includes a parade, a juried Art Show, Car Show, Children’s Area, Entertainment, Community Showcase, Arts & Crafts, Information Booths, and great Southern Food.  We hope you will join us at the 37th annual Street Festival on October 7th, 2017 where you can visit the Rotary Tent to learn more about our service projects. You can’t miss us… look for the young folks at the soccer kicking booth!

Madison Rotary Club Installs Officers for the 2016-2017 Rotary Year

On Thursday, June 23rd, Pat Cross, Rotary District 6860 Governor for 2015-2016, installed the officers of Madison Rotary Club during the club’s final meeting of the year.  Installed were the officers for 2016-2017, President Sandy Patel,  President-Elect Marc Jacobson, President-Nominee Tim Stone, Immediate Past-President Gene Pfeiffer, Secretary Ashley Lindley, Treasurer  Matt Davis, Sergeant-at-Arms Erik Simonson, Community Service Chair Debbie Overcash, Club Service Chair Carla Daily, International Service Tim McMicken, Youth Services Chair Kimberly Hardee, Membership Chair Emily McIntosh, Vocational Service Chair Shelia Nash-Stevenson, and Rotary Foundation Chair Bill Drake.  Please join Pat in welcoming the officers of Madison Rotary for the coming 2016-2017!

Parrots T-shirt are Always in Style!

The popular Parrots T-shirt with the Rotary Club of Madison’s Parrot of the Caribbean Logo has long been a hit with the members of the Rotary Club of Madison as well as the annual Parrots party goers.  Fred Davey serves as the T-shirt Chairman for Parrots 2014 and is responsible for taking all shirt orders and delivering the shirts to club members prior to the event.Continue reading

Parrots of the Caribbean 2014


Parrots 2014!  Don’t miss one second of the fun in beautiful, historic, downtown Madison, AL!!  The place to be on Saturday, August 23, 2014 is The Barn on Martin – REALLY – The Barn at 56 Martin Street!  The Rotary Club of Madison is hosting the 12th Annual Parrots of the Caribbean – an island themed party that has become LEDGENDARY!  Doors open at 5:30 and we “shut ‘er down at 11:00! Four on the Floor is returning by VERY popular demand, so get those dancing shoes on, buy some TICKETS, and get ready to PARTY!Continue reading

Madison City Employee of the Year 2014

This is the 14th year that the Rotary Club of Madison, in conjunction with the City of Madison, has had the privilege of recognizing outstanding Madison City employees.  The criteria for these exceptional employee awards are:  the candidate must have been a full time City of Madison employee for the last two years with continuous above and beyond the call of duty performance OR performance of a single outstanding service act for the citizens of Madison.Continue reading