We thank you for visiting the Rotary Club of the Gulf Beaches' web site. The Rotary Club of the Gulf Beaches is an organization of business and civic leaders from the Madeira Beach and Treasure Island, Florida area.
Who we are,
An organization of business and professional leaders united through 46 member clubs of District 6950 as well as clubs throughout Florida, the United States and around the world.
What we do,
Recognize the worthiness and dignity of all occupations and trades; promote high ethical standards that govern every member's personal, business, social and community life; develop friendships that provide the foundation for humanitarian service that contribute to understanding and good will in our neighborhoods, our state and our country, as well as, foster world peace.
How we Think, Speak and Act,
1. Is it the truth?
2. Is it fair to all concerned?
3. Will it build good will and better friendships?
4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
"NEW" Public Service Project
Moved to action by a fatal vehicle crash on Gulf Boulevard, Gulf Beaches Rotarian Bill Matthews inspired other club Rotarians to launch Pedestrian Safety Program. Matthews inspired other club Rotarians to launch Pedestrian Safety Program. This public awareness program has elicited the active support of Jane Castor (Center for Urban Transportation USF), Bob Gualtieri (Pinellas County Sheriff) and Armand Boudreau, (Chief of Treasure Island Police Department). All have signed a letter which will accompany an information campaign. This campaign will initially target all those who walk, bike and drive Gulf Boulevard. Gulf Boulevard in Treasure Island will initially be targeted and adjustments made as the project expands.
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