Manolito, the first child to come to Memphis for life-saving heart surgery following an easing of relations with Cuba. This two-year-old stole the hearts of RCME members.
Wilson Blake, Jack Dewald, Bill Pickens, Richard Large showing off their successful pheasant hunt.
Grant award to Binghampton Development Center
John Seabold award Wendy Smith with a Paul Harris Fellow award. Wendy also profiled. She loves a good mystery
Past President Larry Colbert profiled on 7/22/15. Shown with GOL of Child.
Serves as Sergeant-at-Arms and presently serves on club board of directors.
Mark loves his bike rides.
Ephie Johnson from Neighborhood Christian Center receives grant from RCME Foundation.
Samuel, who has had a tough battle, is out and about doing much better as seen here at Huey’s Restaurant with (from left) Bill Pickens, Samuel’s mother, Samuel, Sarah Grace Taylor, Bill’s granddaguther, Samantha Deen of Huey’s Restaurant and Susan Scott, Midtown Club past president.
Sarah Grace is a valuable “volunteer” for Gift of Life.
Sara Grace Taylor has been a valuable asset to the Gift of Life children who come to Memphis for life-saving heart surgery. A six-year-old relates so well to the young patients that they don’t feel so isolated. Sara Grace has engaged her school classmates to participate in the program by making Valentines and other small gifts for the children.
Sara Grace is the granddaughter of Memphis East Rotarian Bill Pickens who chairs the District Gift of Life program. Sara Grace was recognized for her support of the Gift of Life families
Our adopted school, White Station Elementary, shows their appreciation for our support.
Yonglin Chen, our latest Gift of Life Child, coming to Memphis for life saving heart surgery.
First landscaping project at new adopted school White Station Elementary. Faculty, students and Rotarians work hand-in-hand to beautify the school grounds.
Governor Bill Haslam and RCME’s Mark Griffee present Amy Weirich, Shelby County District Attorney General, with an award.
Attorney Virginia Snow presents donation from Butler, Snow, O’Mara, Stevens & Cannada PLLC for our next Gift of Life patient. L to R – Meri Armour, president and CEO of LeBonheur Children’s Hospital, Virginia Snow, and RCME president Anne Halloran.
ICU nurses at LeBonheur who cared for our first Gift of Life patient Andrew Kerr and his mother Pat. Picture are Flotyl Gresham, Vickie Ellis, Kathryn Carpenter. Mike Mohat.
ICU Nurses and Meri Armour, far right, visit with RCME on December 19, 2007 to express their appreciation for our support of the Gift of Life program. Pictured on the back row are RCME members who served on the GOL committee – l to 4 Bill Schrader, Bill Pickens and Tim Bowers.
Georgia Avenue Chairman Dale McGee enjoys an evening with a student at recent “Georgia Avenue Night with the Redbirds.”
Former U.S. Senator Howard Baker presents David Barber, Shelby County Division of Corrections, with a plaque naming him as the recipient of the Bobby Dunavant Public Servant award as the non-elected public servant.
Former U. S. Senator Howard Baker presents plaque to elected Bobby Dunavant Public Servant award winner, Judge Larry E. Potter, Shelby County Environmental Court, General Sessions Court, Division XIV.
Is this the new dress code for RCME Rotarians? President Norris McGehee and Past President Lee Greene should be in GQ with their kaki colored trousers, blue checked shirts, red ties, and blue blazers. Sharp! ! !
The Dale Project sponsored by the three Dales, Dale Menard, Dale McGee, and Dale Bullen is a program awarding students at Georgia Avenue with a bike for perfect attendance. On May 17, 2006, 23 bikes were awarded with 9 Boom Boxes for the younger students with perfect attendance. This program has increased attendance at the school dramatically.
President Lee Greene serves as MC for 19th Hole festivites at 2005 golf tournament at Germantown Country Club, while basking in the glory of his team taking first place in this year’s Bobby Dunvant Golf Invitational.