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Taste of Prattville - Thanks! PDF Print E-mail

Thanks to all the restaurants, sponsors, and of course diners who made this event a success! We had over 250 diners, and raised money for local charities!

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Tickets are now available for purchase to the signature Rotary event of the year, Taste of Prattville. For only $25 per ticket, you can enjoy the specialties of many Prattville and surrounding communities' best restaurants at the Marriott Legends. The event will be at the Marriott Legends in Prattville on March 31, 2014. Serving time is 5:30 to 7:30. Local band Basic Element is scheduled to perform.

PLEASE BUY YOUR TICKETS AT THE DOOR! We'll be accepting cash, checks, PayPal, and credit cards.


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Sponsorships are still available for those interested in partnering with us to make a difference in our community. The links below provide you with all the information necessary to partner with us.

Taste of Prattville Sponsorship Opportunities

Taste of Prattville Sponsor Request Letter

Taste of Prattville Media Sponsorship Opportunities

Does your restaurant have a specialty that you’d like to share with hundreds of people in our community? The links below provide you with all the information you need to participate FREE.

Taste of Prattville Restaurant Participation Opportunities

(photo credit Christopher Aloi, used under a Creative Commons License)

Thanks to our sponsors!


2013 Rotary Golf Tournament set for September 24 PDF Print E-mail

The 20th annual Rotary Foundation Benefit Golf Tournament will return to RTJ on September 24. $600 gets a team sponsorship and a sign at a tee box; $500 to sponsor a team only. Please register by September 19, 2013! For more details and to sign up, click here for a printable flier.

Cathy Wall hole in 1 at 2012 tournament

Prattville Rotary Club works with Habitat PDF Print E-mail

The Prattville Rotary Club, along with the Millbrook-Prattville Sunrise club, helped Habitat of Autauga County with construction of a home in Prattville on Saturday, July 27. Members of both clubs swung hammers, staple guns, and other advanced machinery as they helped Habitat catch up on schedule. Heavy rains in central Alabama for the past few weeks have resulted in delays to construction.

Ron Mitchell, who organized the service project, called the project "a tremendous success that demonstrated what both area clubs coming together for service can do."

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Secret Service Agent Clayton Slay Speaks to Prattville Rotary PDF Print E-mail

claytonslaySpecial Agent Clayton Slay with the U.S. Secret Service spoke about his time with the presidential protection detail and his duties in the Montgomery office to the Prattville Rotary Club recently.

Agent Slay served presidents G.W. Bush and Barak Obama. Typically over 100 personnel travel on each presidential visit covering security and logistics, and he traveled over 280 days a year during the years he served, he said.

Counterfeiting continues to be a problem, ranging from people who simply print images of bills on color laser printers and pass them to store clerks who aren't looking carefully at the bills to organized crime, he said, adding that bills printed using mechanical engraving methods are largely a thing of the past. Agent Slay also talked about identify theft and credit card fraud, both of which are under the jurisdiction of the Secret Service.

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