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Franklin Daybreak Rotary is proud to present their donation of $2,140.00 to FROGS for the new DOG PARK that will be going in at Big Bear Park.

Left to Right: Judy Comer of FROGS, Lois Cantrell of FROGS, and Pam Forshee of the Franklin Daybreak Rotary.



Adult Programs - (Walking with Spring week 2)

Tales from the Trail, with Nancy Reede Monday, April 2 Come hear Nancy Reeder’s backpacking stories, help set up a tent, and share a sample trail meal from her 2100-mile Appalachian Trail thru-hike adventure.

Journey on the Camino de Santiago, Spain with Olga Pader

Tuesday, April 3 – 7p.m. – Library Meeting Room. Macon County resident Olga Pader again crossed the Atlantic to walk 200 miles on the Camino de Santiago.


Franklin Daybreak Rotary Club’s annual spaghetti dinner will be held Friday, March 30, 2012, from 5 through 7 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church Memorial Hall, 66 Harrrison Ave., Franklin.

Money raised through this fundraiser will help provide the means for Franklin Daybreak Rotary Club to continue its support of worldwide and local programs like Boy Scout Troop #235, New Century Scholars, Care Net, the Community Garden, FHS’s Interact Club, the Winter Basketball Tournament, Angel Medical Center’s Foundation, maintenance of Rotary Circle and Pavilion on the Greenway, Kid’s Place, the Community Care Clinic, Dictionaries for all Franklin public school 5th graders, and books for Mountain View Intermediate School – to name some.

Tickets are available from club members and at the door – adults $10, children under 10 years old $5. Take out orders will be available.

Last Saturday nearly 200 people gathered at the Church of Christ in Franklin to celebrate the 70th wedding anniversary of John L. and Dorothy R. Crawford.

Friends and family from all over the southeast made the trip to Franklin to congratulate the happy couple, who despite their age, both are 93-years-old, and are still as active and involved in the community as when they first met on October 12, 1940.

“We were really excited and so happy that so many people came to celebrate with us and glad they all seemed to enjoy themselves,” said Dorothy.


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