Welcome to the Georgetown-Millsboro Rotary Club's website. We are located in the center of Sussex County, Delaware in the heart of the DelMarVa Peninsula. This area is known as Lower, Slower Delaware and we are happy to live and work here.
Please join us any Tuesday at noon. We meet in Tunnell Hall of the Georgetown Presbyterian Church, 203 North Bedford Street, just two blocks north of "The Circle."
Please click on the Speakers page for a list of recent and upcoming speakers and topics. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Dan Tabler, President
Dec 6: Club Christmas Party at CHEER (No 12/6 noon meeting).
Dec 2, 3 & 10: Salvation Army Bell Ringing coordinated by Lin Faucett
Cookies for Cops coordinated by Lewis Briggs
Thanks to Todd Wilson for coordinating our Dictionary Project and to Carlene Roche, Charlene Hubert, Ray Hopkins, Todd Wilson, Dan Tabler, Sarah Cha Cha and Shannon Wright for delivering them to Georgetown, North Georgetown and East Millsboro Elementary Schools and the Jefferson School. Every third grade student received their own dictionary.
Thanks to Marlene Brown, Randy and Virginia Cash, Alice Erdly, Sunny Gyani, Charlene Hubert, Nick Riccuiti, Carlene Roche and Shannon Wright for helping serve First State Community Action's Community Thanksgiving Dinner.
Thanks to Charlene Hubert, Dan Tabler, Darel La Prade, Sarah Cha Cha and Shannon Wright for helping place flags on The Circle for Veterans Day and to Carlene Roche, Charlene Hubert, Dan Tabler and Lin Faucett for taking down the flags.
Thanks to Charlene Hubert, Ray Hopkins and Dan Tabler for staffing the Rotary Flags for Heroes booth at Return Day and to Sarah Cha Cha and Judy Dean for riding on the Rotary Float.
Congratulations to our very own Ruth Birggs King on her re-election to the DE Legislature.
Welcome to Mike Rodriguez and Sarah Cha Cha our newest members. Mike is principal of North Georgetown Elementary and Sarah is a mortage banker. We are very pleased Sarah and Mike have joined us. Sarah is pictured below and a photo of Mike is on the Speakers page.
Thanks to Chris Wolfe for chairing this project. Our section of road to clean is approximately two miles on Rt. 113 from Kruger Road to Governor Stockley Road. The first clean up was on October 22nd with so much litter picked up it barely fit into Chris' truck. Thanks to Chris, Carlene Roche, Charlene Hubert, Judy Dean and Sarah Cha Cha for helping. And, a special thanks to Sarah for recruiting three friends to help. The next clean up will be in January.
Sarah Cha Cha is pictured at right with her friends.
Ross Mansion Grant
We are partnering with the Nanticoke-Seaford Rotary Club on a District grant to provide educational textiles exhibits in the Slave Quarters. Our club's part of the project is primarily installing the electrical service. Thanks to Lin Faucett, Shannon Wright and Bill Allan for helping me with the electrical work. Thanks to Shannon for powerwashing three buildings prior to painting. Thanks to Bud Clark (pictured below) for replacing four posts on the front of the building and to Carlene for helping with the painting. Shannon Wright is coordinating this project.
This website was created and is maintained by Dan Tabler. Suggestions for improving the site are always welcome as are proof readers.
Site updated 11/22/2016
Pictured (l-r): Club President Dan Tabler, Albina Hernandez-Mejia, Samatha Adkins, Reid Beveridge, PE and Scholarship Comm. Chair and Bill Allan, Secretary and Scholarship Comm. member
Service Above Self
We celebrated our 90th Anniversary on June 28th at Sussex Pines.
See photos on the Photo Album page
Congratulations to Stephen Kasperski Rotarian of the Year
Thanks to the many businesses, organizations and indivudals who sponsored 425 flags.
A special thanks to our top five sponsorship sellers Charlene Hubert, Helen Kruger, Randy Cash, Harriet Windsor and Stephen Kasperski.
Nearly 700 flags were displayed on The Circle, at DTCC and two Millsboro locations and were as spectacular as ever. Thanks to Bill Purnell for chairing our Flags for Heroes 2016 project. Thanks to Lin Faucett and his crew for installing the flags at the DTCC and Millsboro locations and to the Georgetown employees for installing the flags on The Circle.
The proceeds from this project are returned to the community in the form of scholarships, grants and numerous other club projects.