The Rome Exchange Club
Recipient of Exchange National Service Award 2017-2018
Rome’s #1 Service Club For Over 80 Years
2018 Georgia District Exchange Club Of The Year For Large Clubs
Exchange, inspiring communities to become better places to live.
The Rome Exchange Club was chartered in 1936 and is still going strong today serving the community through many service projects including child abuse prevention.
Coosa Valley Fairgrounds
1400 Martin Luther King Blvd
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|Accepting the donations from Hot Summer Daze Yard Sale Chair Scottie Edwards were Sandy Finton of the District Attorney’s Victim Witness Program, Investigator Amy Nails of the Floyd County Police Department, Major Rodney Bailey of the City of Rome Police Department, and our Family Resource Center’s Executive Director Tina Bartleson.|
Bowlers (and people who wish they could bowl) will join forces on November 6that Classic Lanes Bowling in West Rome to “Strike” out Child Abuse. Sponsored by Vargo Orthodontics, “Strike” outChild Abuse is a popular event with many individuals and businesses in theRome/Floyd community. “The event has beenso popular in past years”, says event chair Tiffany Bowerman, “that we typically sell out of team spots before we can even advertise.”
The Center is expanding the event this year to allow more participation by offering teams two time options. Teams can choose to bowl at either 5:30-7:30 pm or 8-10 pm. Both sessions will be held on November 6th and all proceeds benefit the Family Resource Center and their child abuse prevention programs. According to Bowerman, “This event is a fun way to support the good work that the Exchange Club Family Resource Center is doing with children and families. Children are our most precious resource and deserve to have safe homes in which to grow. The FRC helps families grow stronger and I believe in their program.”
Registration forms are available at www.exchangeclubfrc.org or at the Exchange Club Family Resource Center (located on the 3rd floor of the Serve Rome building at 202 East Third Avenue). Team registration fees are $250 per team (5 bowlers per team) and include two games, shoe rental and a t-shirt. Additional opportunities include lane sponsorship ($100) as well as a combination package ($300 for lane sponsorship and a team). Prizes are awarded in good fun to teams with the highest score, best team costume and best team name.
Registrationsare accepted until November 6th but must be received by October 22ndto guarantee t-shirts. Questions can be directed to Tina Bartleson, ExecutiveDirector of the Exchange Club Family Resource Center, at (706) 290-0764.
**** As a part of our event this year, we are excited to offer a chance to win a 6 night, 5 day stay at Amelia Island. You can check out the beautiful 3 bedroom, 3 bath property on VRBO at https://t.vrbo.io/3uoLspyLwQ. Tickets are $20 each or 3 for $50. Drawing will be held on November 6, 2018 at 10 pm (you do not need to be present to win). Tickets will be available at Exchange Club meetings each week, beginning October 19th. ***