19th Annual Sportsman Raffle Winners

Rotary Club of Covington

19th Annual Sportsman Raffle Winners

1st prize:  Timmy Fields

Ruger Precision Rifle 18029

2nd prize: Stuart Hamilton

Remington 1187 12 Gauge Shotgun

3rd prize: Mike Menard

Henry Golden Boy .22 Rifle

4th prize: Al Kinard

Ruger Precision Rifle 18028

5th prize: Wade Hughes

Ruger PC Carbine 19100

Congratulations to all the winners.  

Thank you for the support of the winners and everyone that purchased and sold the raffle tickets.

Hurricane relief

Many thanks to those that helped with the hurricane relief collection.

Terry Ozburn will be delivering these much needed supplies to victims in South Georgia on Tuesday, October 16.

26th Rotary Cars of the Past Car Show

Thank you to all of our sponsors of the 26th annual Rotary Cars of the Past. 
Thanks you also to all of the Rotary members and non-rotarian volunteers that helped make
this a successful fundraiser and a great car show.

Darnelle Cochran was our 50/50 winner.  Darnelle left the show with an extra $322.00 
presented by Rotary Club of Covington president Keith Adams

Matt & Angie Johnson 1964 Pontiac GTO was picked as best of show.  A friend accepted the trophy
presented by Rotary Club of Covington president Keith Adams

Roger Beckham won the Rotary Pick for hs 57 Ford T-bird.  Presented by Rotarian Betty Shaw.

Roger Beckahm's sweet 57 T-bird with his new trophy

Rotarians Betty Shaw and Gena McLendon with posing with Roger Beckham's 57 T-bird

Rolling on the River ~ District Conference 6910 2019

2019 Rolling on the River Conference

For more info, click HERE

Rolling on the River August '18 Conference Update

District Governor Bruce Azevedo is a great believer in teamwork. Teamwork is vital to Rotary. Rotary cannot achieve complete success without the participation and cooperation of all members of the team. We would like to have all team members attend Rolling on the River District Conference May 2-5, 2019. District Conference brings our clubs' successes full circle. Here, you will inspire your fellow Rotarians with what you and your club are doing and you will be inspired by them.

If you've been to a district conference before, we are bringing back a few traditions: cookie breaks, local service project, child care during the dinners, and clubs will have the opportunity to share their outstanding projects. There will be group activities or you can visit Greenville on your own. Click here for information on Greenville and all it has to offer.

Who knows? Maybe there will be new club traditions started on Saturday, May 4 with clubs inviting their conference attendees to lunch with ample time afterwards to explore Greenville.

Due to the success from last year's conference, we will offer again a 1st time Attendee Session on Thursday, prior to the official start of the conference, to learn about expectations at a District Conference.

Some new additions to District Conference this year will be themed dinners, promotion of sponsorships, and lots of fun that will be happening in our House of Friendship.

Click here for conference agenda or visit Rotary6910Conference.org/Agenda.

Click here for sponsorship information or visitRotary6910Conference.org/Sponsors.

As your District Conference Chair, I am committed to ensuring that you have the best conference experience ever! Bring the family and enjoy an incredible, entertaining weekend in beautiful Greenville, South Carolina.

Be the Inspiration. See you in Greenville May 2-5, 2019.

Yours in Rotary,


PDG Dianne Cammarata, District Conference Chair

Rotary 53rd Annual Top Ten Banquet

Keith Adams - Rotary Club of Covington President-Elect - Master of Ceremony

Salisa Bacon - Rotary Club of Covington President 2017-2018 - Rotary President Speach

Rotary Member Bob Stafford presented what Rotary is about

Newton County Schools Superintendent, Samantha Fuhrey gave a great speach to the Top Ten Students

Judge Samuel D Ozburn was the keynote speaker and gave a motivating speach for the students, and all that attended

Top Ten Students, the principal and their teachers from Alcovy High School\

Top Ten Students, the principal and their teachers from Eastside High School

Top Ten Students, the principal and their teachers from Newton High School

All the students, teachers and administrators from Alcovy, Eastside and Newton High School

Rotary Tree Planting Project

The Rotary Club of Covington's Tree Planting Project was done on April 13, 2018.  The trees were planted at the Newton College & Career Academy with assisance from the students and Rotary members.  One tree was planted for every Rotary member of our club.