News and Updates

Inez Fridley Obituary

Friday, March 15, 2024
Greenville Noon member Inez Fridley died this week. The Noon Club is extremely proud to have been part of Inez's life - she is deeply missed.

See her obituary.

Rotary members learn of organization's charitable impacts

From the Daily Reflector - 28 February 2024

Dr. Vivian Mott made a presentation on the Rotary Foundation to the Morning Club at its most recent meeting on Feb. 22. Mott and Mary Vincent shared information on the foundation and how the impact is delivered in Pitt County and around the world. Mott, retired from East Carolina University, has been a member of Greenville’s noon club since 1994 and in Tennessee was the first female Rotarian in 1987.

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Awards for Greenville Noon

Tuesday, January 23, 2024
The Greenville Noon Rotary was recognized at the District Mid-Year Assembly for it's strong record of donating to Rotary International. 100% of the club donated to Rotary International and the average gift was over $100. This giving was in addition to all the local projects conducted each year by the club.

Suzuki Students Play at Noon Rotary

Monday, December 11, 2023
Every holiday season for many, many years, Suzuki violin students have come to the Greenville Noon Rotary meeting to play holiday favorites. This year was another wonderful rendition and, once again, some of the members had children among the players!

Greenville City Manager Mike Cowin Joins Greenville Noon Rotary

Sunday, December 3, 2023
Michael Cowin, Greenville City Manager, joined the Greenville Noon Rotary. Michael is a native of Eastern North Carolina, attended East Carolina University, and has worked in the Greenville community for many years. 

Rotary Flag Field Comes Down

Saturday, November 18, 2023
The Club took down our annual Flag Field of Heroes today and stored all of the flags in the attic of the Rotary Building. The flags need to dry before we can store them for next year - what a beautiful sight!

Greenville Noon Rotary Continues Shop With a Cop

Thursday, August 31, 2023

More than two dozen kids have back-to-school clothes and supplies for Monday thanks to a partnership among Greenville police, Greenville Noon Rotary and JC Penney.

Officers and club members took 26 students on a school-centric shopping spree Saturday morning when the doors of JC Penney at Greenville Mall opened early for the annual Shop With a Cop program.

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