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Behind the scenes of polio eradicationRotary’s national advocacy advisers are putting polio on the world stage. Here’s

On the road

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Six reasons you should give to Rotary on Giving Tuesday

You can start the holiday season on a charitable note by donating on Giving Tuesday, 28 November.Why should Rotary be your charity of choice? Because our 1.2 million members see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our

Bringing up babies

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‘Peace needs to be lived’

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Past District Leadership

1915-1916 R.A. McDowell, Louisville, KY*    
1916-1917 James H, Allison, Nashville, TN* 1965-1966 Russell H. Pitchford, Carthage, TN*
1917-1918 James F. Finlay, Chattanooga, TN* 1966-1967 Frank B. Ward, Knoxville, TN*
1918-1919 Joseph W. Porter, Lexington, KY* 1967-1968 Ernest L. Stockton, Lebanon, TN*
1919-1920 Iverson L. Graves, Knoxville, TN* 1968-1969 Frank B. Ward, Knoxville, TN*
1920-1921 Charles W. Bailey, Clarksville, TN* 1969-1970 James L. Bomar, Jr., Shelbyville, TN*
1921-1922 T. Graham Hall, Nashville, TN* 1970-1971 L.T. Reeves, Cookeville, TN*
1922-1923 James H. Richmond, Louisville, KY* 1971-1972 John C. Brandt, Tullahoma, TN*
1923-1924 Will R. Manier, Jr. Nashville, TN* 1972-1973 Walter T. Pulliam, Harriman, TN
1924-1925 W.J. Craig, Bowling Green, KY* 1973-1974 Theodore F. Wagner, Kingston, TN*
1925-1926 Leonard C. Lamb, Knoxville, TN* 1974-1975 John P. Guerry, Chattanooga, TN
1926-1927 H. Vasser Somerville, Paris, TN* 1975-1976 Webster Pendergrass, Knoxville, TN*
1927-1928 James A. Cayce, Nashville, TN* 1976-1977 Sam Cordell, McMinnville, TN*
1928-1929 Robert Yost, Bristol, VA/TN* 1977-1978 Fred Brown, Athens, TN*
1929-1930 Frank M. Frankland, Jackson, TN* 1978-1979 Franklin Yates, Shelbyville, TN *
1930-1931 Eldridge W. Palmer, Kingsport, TN* 1979-1980 C.C. “Red” Williams, Oak Ridge, TN*
1931-1932 John L. Hill, Nashville, TN* 1980-1981 James L. Lacy, Cookeville, TN
1932-1933 Robert L. Peck, Springfield, TN* 1981-1982 Robert G. Ely, Jr., Knoxville, TN
1933-1934 Alexander Guerry, Chattanooga, TN* 1982-1983 C. Morgan Lorance, Shelbyville, TN*
1934-1935 William P. Cooper, Chattanooga, TN* 1983-1984 Thomas T. Tidwell, Sr. Knoxville, TN*
1935-1936 F. Bond Wilkinson, Jackson, TN* 1984-1985 Ray L. Nation, Chattanooga, TN*
1936-1937 Clarence P. Daniel, Bristol, VA/TN* 1985-1986 David L. Cope, Oak Ridge, TN*
1937 - Eldridge W. Palmer, Kingsport, TN* 1986-1987 M. Eugene Turner, Crossville, TN*
1937-1938 H. Grady Huddleston, Nashville, TN* 1987-1988 Douglas J. Ferguson, Gatlinburg, TN*
1938-1939 J.U. Overall, Jr., Dyersburg, TN* 1988-1989 Winston L. Wallace, Manchester, TN
1939-1940 H.B. Barks, Chattanooga, TN* 1989-1990 Arthur V. Clancy, Jr., Knoxville, TN
1940-1941 Howard K. Edgerton, Lebanon, TN* 1990-1991 William Hackemann, Shelbyville, TN*
1941-1942 John T. Gray, Jr., Brownsville, TN* 1991-1992 George W. Evans, Oak Ridge, TN*
1942-1943 C.V. Bruner, Cookeville, TN* 1992-1993 James A. Andrews, Cookeville, TN
1943-1944 R.L. McBride, Jr. Lewisburg, TN* 1993-1994 Donald R. Collette, McMinnville, TN
1944-1945 B.C. Durham, Ripley, TN* 1994-1995 Arthur H. Pickle, Knoxville, TN
1945-1946 Winfield Hale, Rogersville, TN* 1995-1996 H. Bert Coble, Lebanon, TN
1946-1947 N.T. Lowry, Nashville, TN* 1996-1997 John F. Germ, Chattanooga, TN
1947-1948 Mort Greenstone, Paris, TN* 1997-1998 Charles E. Whittle, Oak Ridge, TN*
1948-1949 J. Everett Allen Chattanooga, TN* 1998-1999 Charles E. Nunley, McMinnville, TN
1949-1950 Webb Follin, Shelbyville, TN* 1999-2000 Harry L. Fields, III, Chattanooga, TN
1950-1951 F. Dwight McDonald, Knoxville, TN* 2000-2001 James H. Buckner, Cleveland, TN
1951-1952 William J. Sanders, Jr. Tullahoma, TN* 2001-2002 Jackson B. (Jack) Richard, Oak Ridge, TN*
1952-1953 Kenneth H. Brown, Cleveland, TN* 2002-2003 Robin Hines, Tullahoma, TN*
1953-1954 Harry L. Armstrong, Lebanon, TN* 2003-2004 Don Hinch, Crossville, TN*
1954-1955 David Lockmiller, Chattanooga, TN* 2004-2005 John Bailey, Knoxville, TN
1955-1956 Mason Gooch, Sparta, TN* 2005-2006 Karen Wentz, Maryville, TN
1956-1957 Bruce H. Sisler, Gatlinburg, TN* 2006-2007 Jim Devlin, Tullahoma, TN
1957-1958 G.A. Gearish, Fayetteville, TN* 2007-2008 Robin Textor, Oak Ridge-Breakfast, TN
1958-1959 Henri T. Marius, Lenoir City, TN* 2008-2009 Carol LaRue, Maryville, TN*
1959-1960 Charles M. Clark, McMinnville, TN* 2009-2010 Carol Foster, Fayetteville, TN
1960-1961 Charles H. Miller, Knoxville, TN* 2010-2011 Bobby Davis, Kingston, TN
1961-1962 Richard Moore, Chattanooga, TN* 2011-2012 Frank Rothermel, Knoxville, TN
1962-1963 Luke Nabors, Morristown, TN* 2012-2013 Jack Bailey, Oak Ridge TN
1963-1964 W.H. Hawkersmith, Tullahoma, TN* 2013-2014 Ray Knowis, Tullahoma Noon
1964-1965 William T. Sergeant, Oak Ridge, TN* 2014-2015 Jerry Wear, Pigeon Forge
 2015-2016 Beth Stubbs, Maryville-Alcoa    
*Deceased    
The College of Governors consists of every past governor who resides in the district. The college is comprised of distinguished Rotarians of vast experience who continue their availability to the district and the current governor for service, collectively and individually.

Since July 1, 1950, when the present boundaries of District 6780 were established, district governors have come from Rotary clubs within these boundaries.

Rotary District 6780 expresses its most sincere appreciation to the Chattanooga Rotary Club for serving as the depository for past district records and archives of historical value. All clubs should send materials of value to this depository in Chattanooga. A special thanks is given to retired Chattanooga Executive Secretary, Mrs. Thelma Hipp, for this service to the district.