Welcome to Oak Ridge Rotary Club Breakfast
Welcome to the website of Tennessee’s first early morning Rotary Club, the Oak Ridge Rotary Club Breakfast (ORBRC). We are a club of some 90 members who seek to accomplish good things in the community and in the world, and have fun doing so. ORBRC is one of 33,000 Rotary Clubs affiliated worldwide with Rotary International, the world’s largest organization of civic clubs. We support Rotary International’s programs and endorse its Four-Way Test as an ideal of personal conduct. This website offers much information about ORBRC, its members, and its activities. Information about Rotary International is available at www.rotary.org.
Are You Missing the Fun?
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
By Kelly S. Callison
5/23/2018 Club Recognition 2017 to 2018 Rotary Year
Getting Ready for 2nd Annual Flatwater Festival
5/16/2018 Bill Tindal Y-12 National Security Complex
5/9/2018 Billy Stair Oak Ridge Airport Status
5/2/2018 Dan Robbins OR Greenways
4/25/2018 Dr. Ivy Hansdak from India
Emily Jernigan and Christina Young presented
The Rotary Heritage and History International Fellowship
Hall of Fame award to Tom Lakers and Jerry Young
for their years of service to Rotary
4/18/2018 ORBRC Foundation Update
4/11/2018 Secret City Festival Organizers give us the
update! It's going to be FABULOUS
Sunset Club make a BIG donation to the Hati Water
4/4/2018 Rotary Exchange Students
3/28/2018 Mark O’Gorman:
TN Voting, Reapportioning, Redistricting
Starting off with a winner!!!
Genoa Healthcare: Not Your Usual Partner
Donna Reet - Altrusa International, Oak Ridge Chapter
Tony Wright - Oak Ridge Breakfast Rotary Club
Author Sara J. Henry
3/14/2018 Janet Cagle and OR Police Officer Luethge
Crisis Intervention Team
Introduced by visiting Rotarian Jim Dodson
3/7/2018 Laurel Patrick - First Place Finish
Jo Bruce - Service Above Self Award
Charlotte Bowers - Service to the Community and ORBRC
2/28/2018 Jim Campbell ORNL's Impact
on Nuclear Medicine
2/24/2018 ORBRC Tree Planting Event
One big helper!
Hi Ho Hi Ho its off to work we go!
2/21/2018 Members Group Discussion
Changes in Oak Ridge
John our newest member's introduction
2017 Literacy Luncheon Grant Recipients
Can you tell it was Valentine's Day - red, red and more red
Lou Qualls: National Director, Molten Salt Reactors
Oh no is the rooster dead? Stay tuned for futher breaking news.
We digress to another celebration at another location
Leah Marcum-Estes: Oak Ridge Art Center
Charles Crowe with a Oak Ridge City 75th Anniversary Mug
The always evil Rooster
1/24/2018 Roane County Executive Ron Woody
1/10/2018 Pat Parr and Bob Cushman
Elza Gate Music
Parker Hardy - The Temp Roster
1/3/2018 Rebecca Vance
TN Homework Hotline
12/23/2017 Christmas Angels Deliveries
12/13/2017 Annual Holday Auction
12/6/2017 Community Organizing
Practicing 1-on-1 Interviews
11/29/2017 Jake Morrill: Community Organizing
Introduction by Derrick Hammond
Drum Roll Please - The winner of the ORBRC raffle
11/15 Ken Reuter - UCOR CEO - ETTP Cleanup Status
Getting ready for the Christmas book distribution from
the Rotary float
While another committee makes plans
And another committee announces the Literacy Luncheon
11/12 New members painting the Blossom Center
(24 hour day care)
11/8 Ryan Nichols head of the ORHS ROTC program
with four of the cadets: Donovan Peterson,
Samantha Miller, Aidan Simper and Evan Ochiltree.
Busy with Christmas Angels
New Member John Glowienka
Very old copy of Rotary's Four-Way Test
11/1/2017 New Member Project Update
Christmas Angels - Linda Brown
Another disappointing card draw
Beth Stubbs - Rotary Foundation
10/25 Martin McDonald - Who is going to school?
Disappointed members drawing cards!
10/21 ORBRC Supporting the Community
10/18 District Governor Deborah Alexander-Davis
introduced by Brenda Thornburgh.
Past District Governor Bobby Davis
10/14/2017 Annual ORBRC Melton Lake Cleanup
10/11/2017 YWCA Update
Maggie McNally & Julia Kendrick
ORBRC Annual Dictionary Project
9/20 Davyda Hammond & Kate Carter: Leadership Oak Ridge
8/30 Beth Shea: Childern's Museum of Oak Ridge
Jim Rushton/Jim Palmer along with the rest of the
Hati Water Project Team
8/26 Rotary Cookout at Willow Ridge, Thanks Tom and
all the staff who helped make it a great evening!
8/23 Charlie Jeringan Oak Ridge City Land Bank
8/16 Steve Jones - Recruiting for Oak Ridge
8/9 Dr. Thomas Zacaharia
Director, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Wayne our newest member gets a red badge
Tracy ready for the solar eclipse! Are you?
8/2 Club Assembly
7/26 - Mark DeRose - Explore Oak Ridge
The dreaded rooster - Dan Robbins establishes the rules!
Our Newest Member
7/19 - Al Chambles - Climbing the Colored Side
New ORBRC Members and the New Rotary Banner
Program Committee Outlines Their Plans For The Year
Ms Mugorewera, Bridge helps refugees to succeed -
provides opportunities for refugees to rebuild their
lives after suffering persecution, so they become
productive, contributing members of the community.
Dr. Ken Tarcza, Manager, DOE Integrated Support Center
Melinda Hillman - Oak Ridge Housing Study
David Allred:Oak Ridge Ministerial Association
Doug Phillips: Oak Ridge High School Orchestra
Jeff Nichols - ORNL's Next Supercomputer-Summit
Dan Robbins Displays the Flatwater Festival Shirt
Jeremy Biggs, President and Chief Administrative Officer
Methodist Medical Center
A 301-bed regional medical center, Methodist is one of the first hospitals in East Tennessee
to offer cutting-edge treatments and technologies that benefit people with life-threatening
aneurysms; severely damaged knee, hip and shoulder joints; sudden heart failure;
and non-healing wounds.
In addition to offering a wide array of services, Methodist prides itself on a culture of patient
safety and quality care, and has been the recipient of several national award rankings.
Methodist was recently awarded an “A” grade in the Fall 2015 Hospital Safety Score rankings
released by The Leapfrog Group. Methodist is only one of four hospitals in Tennessee to
maintain a “Straight A” ranking since the Scores’ inception in June 2012.
Aaron White, President
Oak Ridge chapter of Blacks in Government
Stuart Clark: Thrill and Joy of Adventure
Unfortunately we don't have pictures of the
amazing peaks Stuart has climbed over the years
Tony moving on to a new home and club
Linda Brown makes a surprise visit
Lee Riedinger - the Bredesen Center
District Convention Recognition!!!!
Our Convention Display
Stephany Beane - Why Yoga Now
No its not a robbery it's Breafast Yoga
Lou talks about his experiences
Pat gives an update on the Bell Project
Fun Fun Fun at the Club Assembly
Michael Yates - Ridgeview
Our newest member Bill
Solar Lights for South Africa: We did it! Our goal
from DG Fred Heitman was to buy 10 lights.
James Wilson had other ideas! We will send $1500
to The Rotary Club of Stanford, South Africa to buy
100 solar lights for their community!!!
Beth Stubbs - The Rotary Foundation
Dub Shults receives a Paul Harris +9 Rotary Pin
Solar Jar Project reaches its Goal
Literacy Lunch 2017
Club President Emily Jernigan led the club in a
get-to-know-you membership activity
4-Way Speech Winner - Amadou Mbaye
Melton Hill Lake Shoreline Cleanup
Oak Ridge High School - Boys State and Girls State Participants
Rotary Club Banners - Clubs our members visited over the years