Established in 1919, the Rotary Club of Valdosta meets every Wednesday at the Rainwater Conference Center in Valdosta, Georgia. We invite everyone to visit and discover our motto of "Service above Self".
Roger W. Horton III, General Manager and Vice President of Landis International gave the group an overview of how Landis International helps corporations navigate the process of having products approved for use by the USDA.
Roger is responsible for all administrative activities of the Landis International, including finance, accounting, human resources, and the facility.
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Roger joined Landis International in 2002, after a 16 year career in Human Resources with several corporations including Russell Athletic, Raytheon, and United Technologies. He holds the certification of Senior Professional in Human Resources from the Society of Human Resource Management.
Roger earned his B.S. in Business Administration from Auburn University.
Thanks for a great turnout last week at the Hilton Garden Inn.
WE WILL BE BACK AT THE RAINWATER CONFERENCE CENTER THIS WEDNESDAY.
This week’s program will be presented by Diane Fletcher of the Cancer Coalition of South Georgia. Every one of has been touched by this disease in some way. Diane will give us a report from the front lines in this battle.
Our greeters this week are the Barnes twins–Felicia and Steve!
See you on Wednesday as we take another step to put Service above Self.
Your friend in Rotary, Bob
NOTE: RI President Gary Huang has asked Rotarians around the world to observe Aug. 16 as Family of Rotary Day. In that spirit, we are planning a cookout in partnership with Valdosta North and the Nashville/Berrien Club.
We will have the event at McKey Park beside the tennis courts on Saturday, Aug. 16, 11:00-1:00.
Burgers, dogs, and great Rotarians!
Our own Jeremy Chick is rallying the troops to help make it all happen.
Since that will be our Club meeting that week, we will NOT meet the prior Wednesday, Aug. 13.
We need you to SIGN UP so we can prepare the food appropriately.
YOUR WHOLE FAMILY IS WELCOME! Just let us know how many…
We’re anticipating a great day at Rotary at the Rainwater Center!
This Club Assembly launches our year with an overview of our work and plans for 2014-2015. It will be fast-paced and informative. Sometimes we’re unaware of the scope of Rotary’s impact and our Club’s part in it. This week’s program will help dispel some of the fog and bring clarity to our mission. Plus we’ll send you off with a great tool to help you invite others to be a part of our Club. And if that doesn’t make you drool with anticipation, I’ll teach you RI President Gary Huang’s “Happy Clap” from his Taiwan Club! President Gary has chosen this as his year’s theme.
Dont’ forget! NEXT WEEK (July 16) OUR ROTARY CLUB MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE HILTON GARDEN INN at 1702 Gornto Rd. (The Rainwater Center has scheduled maintenance during that time. We will return to the Rainwater Center the following week.)
See you at the Rainwater Center as we Light Up Rotary!
Bob Moon and I are looking forward to seeing all of our fellow Rotarians at the last meeting of our Club year TODAY, Wednesday, June 25. Yes…we will be meeting at Rainwater Conference Center! You will have an opportunity to thank this year’s outstanding Rotary Board of Directors for their exceptional work on membership recruitment, LEAD, Imagination Library, Golf Tournament, Racing With Rotary, Service Above Self Award, Speaking Contest….and the list goes on.
We also will meet our 2014-15 Board members, and welcome the new leadership team today. Like any good leader, Bob Moon has been preparing himself for this important leadership role for months. You won’t believe the great plans he and the Board have for making our Club even more meaningful to our members, our community and our world!
It has been one of the greatest honors of my life to serve as your president this year. Thank you — sincerely — for giving me this opportunity.