Holly Springs Rotary Club:

Join us as we serve our community, and the world!

Holly Springs Rotary is proud to share our club's focus for 2024-25: 

The Magic of Rotary

Welcome From Our President: Christine Kelly

Christine Kelly Holly Springs Rotary President

Our Holly Springs Rotary Club is inspired by this year’s Rotary International’s theme of “Let the Magic of Rotary” to help our members put into action the Service Above Self motto through service, dedication, and collaboration to better our community.  While our focus is local, as part of a worldwide Rotary organization, we also have the ability to make an impact to make the world a better place, such as this year’s goal of ending polio. We are a growing, active club and if you are looking for a way to serve your community and enjoy the fellowship of like-minded neighbors, please join us for breakfast and see what we’re all about.

Visit us… it’ll be a great start to your day!

Visit us... it'll be a great start to your day!

One of the many ways we serve the Holly Springs Community...


"Over the years the Holly Springs Rotary Club has raised and donated tens of thousands of dollars in support of Operation Coming Home. Through donations, homes are built in the local community, and are then presented to a local military family at no cost to the family. It's been a great partnership, and The Charity Golf Classic is always great fun!"

Jennifer Woods US Veterans Corps

Rotary Motto:

Service Above Self

Rotary Mission:

Our mission is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

A great way to get involved in your community!


Annual Charity Golf Classic

Now in its fourteenth year, the Charity Golf Classic is a favorite in the community. Held in April each year at Devil's Ridge Golf Club, our Rotary members have turned this event in our biggest fundraiser. Proceeds have gone to Operation Coming Home in support of their efforts to build homes that are then presented at no cost to a local military family.

Annual HollyFest BBQ Fundraiser

We have the best lunch you'll find at HollyFest. Each October the Town of Holly Springs presents a large community gathering called HollyFest. Each year you will find our Rotary Club offering up some of the best BBQ you'll find anywhere. This event is also a big fundraiser for the Club where proceeds go to fund a number of our community projects.

Half-Marathon Pancake Breakfast

Four years ago the Rotary Club was approached by the Holly Springs Half Marathon committee to provide a Pancake Breakfast for runners following their race. Not only has the breakfast made this race one of the most popular in the area, it has also become one of the premier events for our Club. Proceeds have been donated to the Holly Springs Food Cupboard, as well as other community projects.


H.S. Food Cupboard

Holly Springs Food Cupboard is one of the main local resources for nutritious food to those in our community who unable to get sufficient supplies. We are proud to support their hard-working volunteers through monetary donations, R.E.A.C.H. (Rotarian Effort Against Children's Hunger), and by regularly delivering meals to our local residents in need.


Not everyone wants to take the time to ensure our local roads are clean and safe, but for 10+ years, we have! Once a quarter, the Holly Springs Rotary Club members don our orange vests and pick up debris on Main Street from Highway 55 to Sunset Lake Rd. It’s always fun to see who can find the most interesting piece of trash!


There are few things more important in life than our youth. It’s one of the reasons we are a proud sponsor of the Holly Springs High School Interact Club. It’s also why we gave away $4,500 in scholarships to three local students who we are certain will go on to do great things in our community.

Little Libraries

Our Club has partnered with Little Free Libraries to inspire the love of reading. The Holly Springs Rotary Club has built two little libraries in our community. The first location was in front of the W.E. Hunt Recreation Center, and the second location is on the back lawn of the Holly Springs Baptist Church on Main Street.