Club Infomation
Meetings are every 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 11:45 a.m. Please contact the Club to purchase your lunch at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.
Savannah Civic Center
O'Connor Room, 2nd Floor
301 W Oglethorpe Ave
Savannah, GA  31402
United States
Upcoming Events
From the President
We like to say over here at Metro Savannah that we're not your grandfather's Rotary Club, but that's not a knock on your grandfather or any other club. We're proud to  be members of Rotary International, believe strongly in its mission and traditions, and partner frequently with other clubs in the area. We're just a bit different.
Most Metro Rotarians -- though certainly not all of us -- are under the age of 50. We have the standard lunch meetings, but we also participate in monthly volunteer service projects and socials, throw club events that have become legendary, and host speakers who can shed light on our world and challenge our way of thinking.
Interested in joining us? We love to host visiting Rotarians and their guests! Rotarians, please check out our calendar to see when you can join us. Non-Rotarians must be invited by a friend or colleague who is already a member of Metro Savannah Rotary.
Thanks for checking out Metro.   
Leigh Acevedo
Member Birthdays:
  • D.J. Spisso
    December 2
  • Laura Lee Bocade
    December 6
  • Alfred McGuire
    December 7
  • Kevin Klinkenberg
    December 7
  • Jessica Pedigo
    December 15
  • Jake Crawley
    December 17
  • Liza Smith
    December 31
Spouse Birthdays:
  • Dan Berksteiner IV
    December 22
  • Jeanne Bull
    December 31
  • Whitney Shephard
    Josh Yates
    December 4
Join Date:
  • Amelia Harper
    December 3, 2013
    4 years
  • Patton Dugas
    December 4, 2012
    5 years
  • Whitney Shephard
    December 4, 2012
    5 years
Upcoming Speakers
Club Assembly
Dec 19, 2017
Dr. Ann Levett
Jan 02, 2018
Savannah Chatham County Public Schools
DG - Hamsa Thota
Jan 16, 2018
District Governor Official Visit
Past Speakers
James Long
Dec 05, 2017
US Customs
Jared Downs, Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce
Nov 21, 2017
Chamber's 2018 Legislative Priorities
Our Stories
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Thank you to Cari and team for an amazing event that raised over $7,000 for Loop It Up! What's not to love about an evening of art and jewelry, fabulous fashion, good food and friends? Thank you to all that sponsored, bought tickets, solicited artists and donations and helped make the evening run so smoothly. 

Loop It Up provides creative art experiences and connects resources to children and families throughout Savannah. Using the arts, Loop It Up fosters strong relationships, allowing them to work together to build a sustainable and interconnected community where every day needs are met with creativity and confidence. Through programs and partnerships with schools, community centers, museums and local businesses, Loop It Up brings art and creativity to 5,000 young people each year.  Their motto is simple: Make Things & Be Nice.

Since Rotary launched its PolicyPlus program in 1985 it has contributed more than $1.7 billion and countless volunteer hours to immunize more than 2.5 billion children in 122 countries. The poliovirus, which primarily affect children under five, invades the nervous system and can cause total paralysis in a matter of hours. Polio is incurable, but completely vaccine-preventable. Only 11 new cases of polio caused by wild poliovirus have been reported this year, all in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
At the 2017 Rotary International Convention in Atlanta, Bill Gates renewed and increased his foundation’s pledge to match, 2-to-1, all contributions to The Rotary Foundation that are designated for polio eradication efforts which means THIS IS THE YEAR TO DONATE! This year's World Polio Day, hosted by the Gates Foundation, will attempt to raise $250,000. Last year, Rotarians in more than 90 countries registered over 1,400 events and fundraisers to mark World Polio Day in their communities and draw attention to Rotary’s leadership in the fight against polio. 
Tomorrow the Madison County Rotary Club will visit Savannah and work with members of the Metropolitan Rotary Club to construct a wheelchair ramp at the Joy Cottage adjacent to Wesley Oak Methodist Church. The Cottage is the new office of the Forsyth Farmers Market and Mixed Greens. Service begins at 8 am and concludes with a 2pm Fish Fry & Shrimp Boil celebration! Please come help with this project and/or bring friends and family to the celebration at 2 pm! 
There's also a make-up service project at the Emmaus House on Thursday, October 12 from 7:30 to 9:30 AM. We need to provide 10-15 volunteers for breakfast preparation, serving, and clean-up. Must be 18 years or older. Must wear closed-toed shoes. Click on Sign Up to view available slots and book yourself directly online.
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Foundation Chair
Membership Co-Chair
Membership Co-Chair
Communications Chair
Sergeant at Arms
Service Chair
Immediate Past President