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A Message From The 2020-2021 President

A welcome to the new year from the 2020-2021 Georgia District President, Fussell Hughes of Albany, GA. Each Month, we will post a new video as a means of communication with the Exchange Club Members.

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The Georgia District Exchange is working to build two new Exchange Clubs in Georgia.
The locations are Americus Georgia and Calhoun Georgia.
Anyone interested and needing more information about these two prospective Clubs please shoot us an email.

The Exchange Club – Who We Are

01.

Vision

A strong America, safe communities, and unified people.

02.

Mission

Exchange, inspiring communities to become better places to live.

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Core Values

Family, Community, Country

04.

Motto

Unity for Service

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One of the Four Pillars of Service for the Exchange Club is Americanism. We support this Country, our active military service men and women and our Veterans. Today is National Flag Day. If you display an American Flag, thank you. If you do not display an American Flag this would be a great time to start.If you have a Flag that is tattered or damaged, please take it by the American Legion or the Exchange Club and it will be disposed of properly.Honor our Flag everyday!! ... See MoreSee Less
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One of the Four Pillars of Service for the Exchange Club is Americanism. We support this Country, our active military service men and women and our Veterans. Today is National Flag Day. If you display an American Flag, thank you. If you do not display an American Flag this would be a great time to start.If you have a Flag that is tattered or damaged, please take it by the American Legion or the Exchange Club and it will be disposed of properly.Honor our Flag everyday!! ... See MoreSee Less
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The Exchange Club of Albany Honored Firefighters and EMS for Dougherty County/Albany and Lee County/Leesburg at our meeting today.Sam Allen, Dougherty County EMS Director, presented us an informative talk on the struggles they endured during the Pandemic. He also presented the following recipients. Paramedic of the Year for Dougherty County is Peter Radano.Communication Officer of the Year for Albany Fire Department is Nicky Cook.Fire Fighter of they Year for Albany Fire Department is Julius Brookin.Chief Forrester, Lee County EMS Director, presented the recipients for Lee County/Leesburg.Paramedic of the Year for Lee County is Bryce Layfield.Firefighter of the Year for Lee County is Billy Boyd.These were just a few of the great First Responder that have worked so diligently during an extremely difficult time. If you see one, please take they time to Thank them for their Service. ... See MoreSee Less
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More photos of the Exchange Club of Albany at the Exchange Club District Convention held in Calloway Gardens. While we were there we bid goodbye to the excellent District President, Fussell Hughes, who is from the Albany Club and welcomed Thad Paulk from the Tifton Exchange Club as the incoming District President. We also installed Skip Nichols as the incoming Vice President and Gary Knight as the District Six Representative, both from the Albany Club.We had a great time but also continued to learn more about Exchange and what we can do to improve our Community, Honor Americanism, help our Youth and continue our efforts to Prevent Child Abuse.If you are looking for a Service Club that works in the Community, consider the The Exchange Club. If you have questions or need to know how to join Exchange contact Gary at 229-894-6505.Exchange "Fits Community"! Exchange Strong! ... See MoreSee Less
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The Exchange Club of Albany recently had thirteen members and spouses attend the District Convention. This is the first time we have been able to meet with fellow Exchange Club Members since the Pandemic.While at the Convention, Time Out Teddy visited us and had his picture taken with our District Immediate Past President, Fussell Hughes, a member of the Exchange Club and several others members and spouses.Time Out Teddy is dedicated to eliminating Child Abuse in any form. Time Out Teddy is the "National Spokesbear" to carry the message of good parenting across America. Time Out Teddy is available to organizations that work on good parenting and working on Prevention of Child Abuse. The Exchange Club of Albany can also provide extensive material concerning good parenting and Prevention of Child Abuse and help with a program.If you have a need for Time Out Teddy please text Gary at 229-894-6505. ... See MoreSee Less
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The National Project for Exchange is the Prevention of Child Abuse. We recently had our District Convention and Honored several of our Partners in Prevention of Child Abuse. We presented a donation to Open Arms to continue their work in the Prevention of Child Abuse.Our other Programs are Americanism, Youth and Community.If you are interested in joining a Service Club that serves your Community please contact me and visit one of our Friday meeting.Text Gary at 229-894-6505. ... See MoreSee Less
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Great group of Exchange Members!The Georgia District Exchange Club convention is NOW ... June 3-6! We wish you all a great gathering full of networking, planning for the future, and celebrating successes! #ExchangeStrong #TogetherAgain ... See MoreSee Less
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The Georgia District Exchange Club convention is NOW ... June 3-6! We wish you all a great gathering full of networking, planning for the future, and celebrating successes! #ExchangeStrong #togetheragain ... See MoreSee Less
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The Exchange Club has four Pillars of Service. Prevention of Child Abuse, Youth, Community, and Americanism. Under Americanism we have several programs we have every year, One Nation Under God, Freedom Shrine, Give A Kid A Flag to Wave and Proudly We Hail. Proudly We Hail honors an individual or company that displays the American Flag proudly everyday. Today we are Honoring Gwen Knight who flies not one but two American Flags. Her husband, Mack Knight, proudly served and was injured in WW II. He was very proud of this Country and the Flag and felt we should honor it everyday. He was also a member of the Exchange Club and supported all our programs.Thank you Mrs. Knight for flying the American Flag and supporting American. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Exchange Club of Albany presented one of their most Prestigious Awards, The Book of Golden Deeds, to an extremely deserving individual, Mr. Jim Hill. Mr. Hill follows a long line of very deserving individuals who give themselves to the Community but expect no recognition in return. The National Exchange began presenting The Book of Golden Deeds in 1919 and the Exchange Club of Albany started in 1949. Mr. Hill is our 72nd recipient.Mr. Hill retired 21 years ago and while visiting his brother-in law at Phoebe took notice of the shuttle drivers. He decided that this was an opportunity to help others. About a year after, he found another opportunity that included his carpentering skills, joining the Ramp Crew. Between Phoebe and the Council on Aging the Ramp Crew works together to provide ramps to aging individuals, disable individuals and handicap children. He can share many experiences that had the Crew and the individual in tears because they were so happy to finally be mobile.The Ramp Crew consist of about 15 men ranging in ages from 60 to 95 and build 70 to 75 ramps per year. They provide an outstanding service to the Community and expect no recognition in return.Joining Mr. Hill for the Presentation was his family and part of the Ramp Crew. If you have the opportunity to Thank Mr. Hill, please take the time to do so.Thank you again Mr. Hill and the Ramp Crew!!! ... See MoreSee Less
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May is Freedom Shrine month for the Exchange Club. A Freedom Shrine is an impressive, permanently mounted collection of 30 of the most important and historic American documents including the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States and the Gettysburg Address. Timeout Teddy is challenging all you boys and girls to find the Freedom Shrine in your school, snap a selfie and post it on Facebook with the hashtag #foundmyfreedomshrine, Tag the Statesboro Exchange Club and we will enter you into a drawing for $100 worth of school supplies. If your school doesn’t have one, snap a selfie in front of your school sign and use the hashtag #wheresmyfreedomshrine, tag the Statesboro Exchange Club and We will enter you into the drawing for $100 worth of school supplies also. We will also see about making arrangements to add a Freedom Shrine to your school in the future. HINT**** see the attached picture for a sneak peek of what a Freedom Shrine looks like. ... See MoreSee Less
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It is here!!!! The Exchange Club 1st Annual "Albany SW Georgia Car Show/Swap Meet/Arts and Crafts Show" with Entertainment and the Famous Demolition Derby!! The Show is April 30th from 8:00 until 5:00 (but we probably will be there a little later) and May 1st from 8:00 to 4:00 with the Demolition Derby starting around 4:00 and going to 8:30. We have over 50 Arts and Crafts Vendors and over 10 Food Vendors including many "Fair Food Vendors". We will have many Car Clubs and a large Judged Show handled by Premium Production. We have Swap Shop and Car Carrol with opportunity to buy some of these great vehicles.The Entertainment includes a number of great local groups with many of them who have played all over south Georgia and north Florida. Last but definitely not least, the Demolition Derby on Saturday. It starts with the Kidz Power Wheel Derby at 4:00 and the main show around 5:00 or so.The Car Show, Arts and Crafts Festival, and Entertainment is $10.00 with children under 48 inches admitted free. The Demolition Derby is $10.00 but worth that and more. On Saturday you can do both for just $15.00. Where else can you get that much FUN for so little!!!!!!!!!Come and join us and bring 10 friends. Please share this with all your friends on Facebook. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Exchange Club of Albany was presented an excellent program by Suzanne Perrine, Volunteer Services Director, Phoebe Health. She introduced their Volunteers of the Year from 2019, Shirley Wood and Sue Whittaker. They have over 30 years volunteering in the hospital industry in Albany. She also introduced Jim Hill who heads up the Ramp Crew that builds ramps for disabled and elderly patrons. This is an invaluable service that helps many people. Because of his service, they formed the Jim Hill Employee Recognition Award for Employees that go above and beyond. Suzanne then presented a very thorough program on what they have done in the past and working through the Covid-19 Pandemic. They went from 550 Volunteers to basically none and have built back up to over 200 Volunteers plus! Thank you Suzanne for the great job you do and keep up the great work. If you are interested in Volunteering please contact Suzanne and I am sure she will put you to work.Suzanne is the wife of an Exchange Club member, Steve Perrine and the daughter of Mike Johnston (who is also an Exchange Club Member) and his wife, Marsha. Is there any question when Suzanne is so closely involved with Volunteer Organization!!!Thank you Suzanne and Phoebe Health for all you do for SW Georgia!!! ... See MoreSee Less
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The Exchange Club of Albany presented their Youth of the Year this Friday. The Youth of the Year Winner is Haley Walden. She attends Deerfield Windsor and is planning to attend University of Auburn. She will now be entered in the Exchange Club District in June. If she is chosen their she will be entered into the National Youth of the Year.Two other Candidates who are also winners due to their many accomplishments are:Dayla Fritts, Dougherty High Comprehensive High School and she plans to attend New York University and Howard University.Thomas Waller, Sherwood Christian Academy and he plans to attend University of Georgia.Although we can only have one winner, this students are already winners and can be expected to excel in everything they do.Congratulations and we will be looking for your continued accomplishments. ... See MoreSee Less
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Ready for some Spring time activity? Put together a Four Person Scramble and play in the 25th Annual "Deputy Dawg" Tournament Friday, April 16th. We will limit teams so please Register earlier!You can also become a Hole Sponsor for this Tournament and our Fall Tournament in October. Sponsor one Tournament for 125.00 or both Tournament for 200.00.To register or become a Hole Sponsor please contact Byran Wingate at bwingate8@gmail.com or telephone or text: 229-881-9408. ... See MoreSee Less
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Demolition Derby time presented by the Exchange Club of Albany and Exchange Club Fair of SW Georgia. Date is May 1st at 4:00.If you are planning to enter a car you need to register early. Attached is the information along with the Rules and Regulations. If you need additional information please contact Skip Nichols at 229-809-0231 or skipnichols@wildnicfarm.com ... See MoreSee Less
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Ready for some outdoor fun that is safe and follows Covid-19 Guidelines! Sign up for the Exchange Club Spring Deputy Dawg Golf Tournament at Stonebridge. The dates are April 16th and information is attached. If you are an Employer and want to reward your employees for their hard work, sponsoring a Team is a good way to do.Want to serve you Community and help in the fight again Child Abuse, please consider sponsoring a Hole. One Tournament is 125.00 and both Tournaments are 200.00. For either a Team or a Sponsor, it is a great way to be outdoors, help your Community and help fight Child Abuse.See you in April! Exchange Strong! Exchange Community!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Local Club News

Golf 4Kids Tournament

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Making Exchange History

The Exchange Club of Georgia along with the Exchange Club of Albany and several other Exchange Clubs in the State had a historic meeting today…
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Waycross club hears Legislative updates

The Exchange Club of Waycross recently held their annual Legislative Day luncheon. State Representative James Burchett, State Representative John Corbett, State Representative Steven Sainz and…
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Brunswick club makes donation

The Exchange Club of Brunswick recently held their annual charitable giving meeting. The club has 3 events throughout the year to raise funds, The Coastal…
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Albany club makes donations

Albany Exchange Club President Wes Sadler recently presented Mary Martinez-Allen, Lily Pad Sane of Albany with a donation. The monies will help to offset medical…
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Rome Queens visit Exchange Club

The Exchange Club of Rome recently welcomed the current reigning Miss Rome, Cara Clements, and Miss Rome Outstanding Teen, Megan Wright, to a club meeting.…
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Rome club hosts AirLife

The Exchange Club of Rome recently hosted AirLife/Air Methods Georgia at one of their weekly meetings. AirLife brought not only the crew but the helicopter…
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Columbus club treats local teachers

The Exchange Club of Columbus GA treated teachers at Rothschild Leadership Academy to an end of the year breakfast. Principal Terri Myers presented a plaque…
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Albany presents Proudly We Hail

The Exchange Club of Albany recently presented Proudly We Hail awards to various businesses and individuals in the community. They also heard from a local…
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Rome club hears updates on fraud

The Exchange Club of Rome recent programs featured two Exchangites who work together to help prevent fraud. Exchangite John Upton and Exchangite (and Sheriff) Tim…
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ROTC speaks to Waycross club

Sgt. Rena Riviere, social studies teacher and Junior ROTC Instructor at Ware County High School, was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the…
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Georgia Awards Book 2020-2021

Click below to download a copy of the 2020 – 2021 Awards Book