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They voted to get information from the Chicago headquarters of Rotary and the newly formed club in Richmond about organizing a Rotary Club here. Rotary Club of Roanoke has the distinction of being the 123 club to join Rotary International.

The first meeting was held on April 14, 1914, in the Japanese Tea Room over the old American Theater; The officers, elected by the 25 charter members, were D. “David” Sites, owner of a stationary business, president; C. During those early days of the Rotary Club of Roanoke, there was an atmosphere of cheer and friendliness that helped make the club what it is today.

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Turner, Hollins College treasurer, in the famed Academy of Music on Salem Avenue.

The place was packed to the “peanut gallery” and the result was a substantial sum raised for charity.

But on February 20, 1914, local businessman Eph Spencer called a dozen of his acquaintances to meet in the director’s room of the former National Exchange Bank. At first there were few guidelines and each club devised its own program, establishing its own aims within the Rotary plan.

At that meeting, Dave Sites (Jim White’s grandfather-in-law) was elected temporary chairman. Dave Sites and another Rotarian, John Wood, attended International Convention at Houston, Texas, where they had to roll a baby carriage down the streets of Houston to symbolize the new baby club in Rotary.

Hugh Trout had just finished a large concrete barn and the Rotary Club of Roanoke christened it.

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