The Rotary Club of St. Petersburg, FL was founded on January 3, 1920. It is the oldest and the largest civic club in St. Petersburg.
Congratulations to Calista Bodimer who won our club’s annual Middle School Speech Contest. (Visit our Facebook page to see the picture.) Special thanks to Al Bennett who served as chair of the program. Started in 1961, the Middle School Speech Contest includes students from most St. Petersburg public and private middle schools. The topic this year was “The …View full post
The 74th Annual St. Petersburg Rotary Club Youth Awards were presented today. These awards recognize the accomplishments of outstanding seniors from nine public and private St.Petersburg area high schools. The awards program was established in 1938 to honor high school seniors on the basis of scholarship, character, and service. Former U.S.Congressman, William C. Cramer, and …View full post
Captain Patrick Allman spoke to the club today about “How the Navy Protects America.” He is the commanding officer, VTU 0812G of the Tampa Naval Operational Support Center at MacDill Air Force Base.View full post
Dr. William D. Law, Jr. became St. Petersburg College’s sixth president on June 7, 2010. At the time of his appointment, Dr. Law was serving as president of Tallahassee Community College, a position he had held since 2002. Before joining Tallahassee Community College, Dr. Law had been the founding president of Montgomery College in suburban Houston, serving in that role for 10 …View full post
Warren Rodgers has earned two MBAs; one in Marketing, and the other in International Finance. He was the head of Pfizer’s International Marketing Division for 15 years, prior to founding Computer Specialist, Inc. in Pittsburgh, in 1980. After selling CSI to a major national company, Warren moved to the Tampa Bay area, where he founded two successful organizations; the Tampa Bay and …View full post