The Rotary Club of Georgetown, TX recently installed a contemplative bench and lending library at the Garden of Getsemani Center in Georgetown as part of a District-wide service project.  The Getsemani Community Garden grows food for those in need, offers neighbors a place to garden, and provides lessons on how to garden. It is associated with the First United Methodist Church of Georgetown. Led by project leader Larry Baird and a crew of volunteers, the team assembled the steel bench emblazoned with the Rotary logo along with the Lending Library to provide a place of respite and reflection for the community.
Georgetown Rotarians are People of Action, and we welcome all who have a desire to serve our community – both locally as well as globally.  As part of Rotary International, we are one of approximately 34,000 Clubs in 200 countries globally laser-focused on doing good.  If that sounds like something you’d like to explore, let us hear from you either by messaging us here, by visiting our website at, or by joining us for lunch!  We meet most Fridays at 1130am at the First United Methodist Church of Georgetown, 410 E. University Ave.