RCL March Madness

March Madness is here! So is your opportunity to pick em!

We have set-up the pool so that you can make your entries and keep up on the status electronically. But … you need to make payments the old-fashioned way!

Set Up:

  1. To get to the pool go to www.hoopness.com and login using the Pool Players link.
  2. The pool name is RCL.
  3. The password is Service. Your personal password will be different than our Pool password.
  4. Once you login click on Pool Information to get info such as costs of entry, where to pay, etc.

Let Beatty know if you have any problems getting into the pool – 770.363.1849


Rob Woodall – March 13th!

If you would like to attend our event, please complete the following RSVP form.


Gwinnett County Clubs Receive Distinguished Award

Past District Assistant Governor Tom Upchurch was honored to receive the D. Scott Hudgens Humanitarian Award on behalf of all eight Rotary Clubs in Gwinnett County. The Chamber of Commerce recognized the exceptional contribution of Rotary to the 895,000 citizens of Gwinnett County.  The honored clubs include The Rotary Clubs of Buford/North Gwinnett, Duluth, Gwinnett County, Gwinnett Mosaic, Gwinnett Sunrise, Lawrenceville, Peachtree Corners, South Gwinnett County.  

The award, presented annually, is in honor of Scott Hudgins, a respected developer and philanthropist who unselfishly gave of his time and talents to ensure that many others, especially those with limited means, would benefit from his treasure.

January 30, 2017 – Vocational Tour at Jackson EMC

Our Secretary and President-Nominee, Craig Roberts, hosted the club today at the new Jackson EMC facility on Buford Drive. The beginning of the meeting included some background and history of Jackson EMC as well as a demonstration of some of the software that they use to monitor the power grid and meters. After the presentation we walked around the offices and warehouse in the main building.




Happy Holidays!

The Rotary Club of Lawrenceville loves the holiday season. This is the time of year that we participate in two of our major service projects. The first project is when our club members ring the bell for the Salvation Army of Gwinnett County.

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The second project is when our club joins together to provide a wonderful Christmas for a family of children living in foster care. We joyfully partner with the Gwinnett County Department of Family and Children Services for this project.


And, of course, the season wouldn’t be complete without a Christmas party!

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