Today, more than 30 local florists from Birmingham and the surrounding area came together to create a floral memorial in front of the Rotary Trail sign. Keep reading for a little inspiration, and make sure to stop by this weekend to see it for yourself.Continue reading “PHOTOS: 30+ local florists joined forces to create floral memorial at Rotary Trail”
On Wednesday, April 15, members of the Rotary Club of Birmingham and the Kiwanis Club of Birmingham hosted Raphael Bostic, President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta on a Zoom call. As the featured speaker, Raphael spoke about the current economic situation and how the Federal Reserve Banks are tackling the issue.Continue reading “CEO of Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta shares economic insights via Zoom”
The Rotary Club of Birmingham has named Dan Stephens its new Executive Director effective July 1, 2020.
Ask Dr. Eric Jack what makes a person successful, and you will quickly understand the character of the man. Jack, who was recently named president elect of the Rotary Club of Birmingham for 2018-19, answers the question by recalling the qualities of Abraham Lincoln, Nelson Mandela and Mother Teresa. He speaks of everyday people who sacrifice to serve their families and communities, as well as leaders, followers and frontline employees.
In 2014 the Dalai Lama visited Birmingham, Alabama. At that time, Thupten Jinpa, the Dalai Lama’s translator and a renown scholar and author in his own right, did not have an opportunity to experience much of the city during his visit. Last month, nearly four years later, Jinpa returned to the Magic City, this time to network and spread his special message about compassion.
Did you know Birmingham’s Rotary Club is the largest chapter in the nation? I got to listen in on their recent Innovation Panel luncheon and here’s what I learned!
Yesterday, in a presentation to the Rotary Club of Birmingham, the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham released results of a groundbreaking yearlong research project that highlights opportunities for greater regional cooperation across Jefferson County.
Yesterday’s USA Today featured Birmingham’s popular Rotary Trail in their travel section.
Yesterday, Bloomberg View columnist and former Birmingham News reporter and writer Justin Fox delivered a presentation to the Rotary Club of Birmingham about the U.S. Economy and the upcoming Presidential election.
This afternoon, Bham Now’s Pat Byington caught up with Fox at Rushton Park on Birmingham’s Southside to talk about Birmingham, the state of Alabama and a little politics, including how the financial markets will react to Clinton and Trump.
Here is the link to the Bham Now’s Facebook page with the “Facebook Live interview.”