Chance Corbett on Auburn University's Active Shooter Response Training

Posted October 17, 2012

Chance Corbett (center), associate director of emergency management in Auburn University's Department of Public Safety and Security, spoke to the Auburn Rotary Club about the university's recent active shooter response training exercise. The exercise, because of the number of campus employees and area public safety and law enforcement agencies involved, increases community-wide awareness should an active shooter situation arise on or off campus. Pictured with Corbett is club president-elect Jim McLaughlin (left) and program host Greg Ruff (right). Emergency management resources are available online at

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Rotary Community Grants

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

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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

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