Brooke Bailey, East Alabama Medical Center's Infectious Control Manager

Posted February 17, 2012

The Auburn Rotary Club welcomed Brooke Bailey, East Alabama Medical Center's infectious control manager, who shared with the club the hospital's efforts to minimize and mitigate the rise of infections that could result during a patient's hospital stay. Pictured with Bailey is program host Bill Walsh (right) and club president David Reaves (left).

The Auburn Rotary Club's newest Paul Harris Fellow was presented Virginia Thompson (second from left) by Rotarian Dr. Harold Zallen (far right) and his wife Dr. Eugenia Zallen (third from left) for her service to the community through her work through East Alabama Medical Center and as a member of the Auburn University Board of Trustees. A fellowship is bestowed on a Rotarian or someone of the Rotarian's choosing for each single or cumulative $1,000 gift made to the international Rotary Foundation. Such gifts support annual programs, PolioPlus eradication efforts, or Rotary's Humanitarian Grants Program. Also pictured is club president David Reaves (far left).

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Rotary Community Grants

Since 2013, the Auburn Rotary Club has awarded over $260,000 in grants back to the community.

Find out about that program.

The Auburn, Alabama Rotary Club meets each Wednesday at noon in the banquet room of the Saugahatchee Country Club:

3800 Bent Creek Rd
Opelika, AL 36804
Phone: 334-749-3441

Committed to Humanitarian Service, High Ethical Standars in All Vocations, Peace & Goodwill