At a special board meeting on July 2, the Officers and Directors of the Rotary Club of North Jackson reluctantly made the decision to suspend our plans to come back for in-person meetings at the Rickhouse next week. Based on the sharp rise in the number of Covid-19 cases in our area, the Board felt it would be best to revisit our timeline in the coming weeks as things continue to develop.
We know that many of our members are anxious to return to in-person meetings (as are we), but we want to do it in the safest way possible. In the meantime, we will continue our weekly meetings on Zoom and we have some outstanding programs/speakers lined up including our annual changing of the guard ceremony next Tuesday, July 7th. We have a lot to share with you about your Club’s efforts and achievements over the past Rotary year and plans for this coming year. We will also be introducing our incoming officers and board members, so please plan to tune in. We will be sending out a link to the Zoom meeting soon.
Thank you!
Lee Carney
President, Rotary Club of North Jackson
The Zoom meeting invite with the link and password will be sent to all club members on Mondays. The Zoom meetings will start at noon on Tuesdays with club member fellowship with the meeting starting at 12:15p.m. If you have any issues connecting to the Zoom meeting or would like the link sent to you, please email me at

To view the recordings of our club's Zoom meetings, please click the link to the site page entitled "Links to Zoom meetings on the site page button on the left below.

On behalf of the Rotary Club of North Jackson, I welcome you to our website. Please contact me if I can provide you with more information on Rotary.

Lee Carney
Club President 2020-2021
Club Information

Welcome to the Rotary Club of North Jackson!
Chartered June 29, 1971

North Jackson

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
The Rickhouse
717 Poplar Blvd
Jackson, MS 39202-2036
United States of America
Rotary Club of North Jackson Installs 2020-2021 Officers and Directors

At its July 7, 2020, Zoom meeting, the Rotary Club of North Jackson installed its 2020-2021 officers and directors. They are Lee Carney, president; Suman Das, vice-president; Uriel Pineda, secretary, and Larry Anderson, treasurer. (Matt Monsour, membership director; Lori Greer, service director; Jenny Price, administration director; Nelam Goel, foundation director; Greg Campbell, past president. Bill Osborne, public relations, and Don Roberts, executive secretary/treasurer.

Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Charles Lindsay
    August 1
  • Wyatt Emmerich
    August 2
  • Ed Sentell
    August 4
  • Eric Bragg
    August 5
  • J. Henry Larose
    August 6
  • Clinton Smith
    August 7
  • Neelam Goel
    August 8
  • Rob Farr
    August 11
  • Dorsey Carson
    August 12
  • Paul Howell
    August 25
  • Jim Stanley
    August 26
  • David Dogan
    August 31
  • Nelson Atehortua
    August 31
  • Jack Allin
    Hailey Allin
    August 4
  • Mark Green
    August 8
  • Edley Jones
    August 10
  • Mike Farrell
    Shirley Farrell
    August 15
  • Steve Orlansky
    August 16
  • Luther Munford
    August 18
  • Tommy Dent
    MARY Dent
    August 20
  • Dick Dickerson
    August 30
Join Date:
  • Mike Farrell
    August 1, 2006
    14 years
  • Steven O'Neill
    August 11, 2015
    5 years
  • Hugh Johnson
    August 18, 1998
    22 years
  • Nick Miller
    August 25, 2015
    5 years
Club Executives & Directors
Vice President
Director - Foundation
Director - Membership
Immediate Past President
Director - Public Relations
Director - Club Administration
Director - Club Service
Executive Secretary

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