Annual Award Dinner
The Exchange Club of Brownstown, Indiana will host the 8th Annual Community Service Awards Dinner on Wednesday June 7, 2017 at the W. R. Ewing Banquet Hall located at 1103-1105 W. Spring Street, Brownstown, IN 47220 starting at 6 PM.
Mr. Bill Fowler will be honored with The Book of Golden Deeds Award, the National Exchange Club’s highest award, which recognizes dedicated Community Leaders who have given selflessly of their time, talents, and resources toward making their community a better place to live.
Ms. Sally Lawson will be honored with the Brownstown/Ewing Cultural Heritage Award for his efforts to preserve the history and culture of our community.
Special Agent Todd Prewitt will be honored as the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year and Deputy James “Bobby” Cummings will be honored with a Special Community Service Award recognizing his career in Law Enforcement. Brownstown Electric will receive the Proudly We Hail Award in recognition for correctly displaying the American flag.
Six Brownstown Central High School Students of the Month will be honored as will the Brownstown Exchange Club student of the year who will be awarded a $250 college scholarship.
The Exchange Club’s Annual Community Service Award Dinner is open to all. Please show your support to these very capable and dedicated individuals and organizations. The cost of the dinner is $25 per person.
Please contact Bill McCormick (812-358-2793) to make reservations as soon as possible, but no later than June 5, 2017.
The 26th Annual Round Barn Bike Ride!
Round Barn Bike Ride & Tour (Saturday July 8, 2017)
Registration from 7 to 10:00 am at theBrownstown Central High School
Melon Festival 5K Walk/Run (August 26, 2017)
Registration at 7 am, event starts at 8 am at Heritage Park (across from the Courthouse
Fort Vallonia 5K Walk/Run (Sunday October 15, 2017)
Always the third weekend in October!
Registration at 12 noon, event starts at 1 pm
Welcome to the Brownstown Exchange Club.
Welcome to The Exchange Club of Brownstown, Indiana. Our Exchange Club is a group of individuals who promote programs to "give back" to our local community, and recognize the achievements of individuals who strive to make it a better place to live and work.
The Exchange is an all-volunteer, national service organization who want to serve their communities, develop leadership skills and enjoy new friendships.
We meet weekly for breakfast and invite speakers to come and share on a variety of topics from human interest to personal growth.
We develop projects to honor area youth, recognize individuals for their work in the community, and promote patriotism and Americanism.
Our club was chartered in 1966 and has been a continual positive influence in Jackson County Indiana for over 40 years. The Exchange Club of Brownstown is part of the National Exchange Club; a volunteer service organization which is made up of nearly 800 clubs and more than 25,000 members throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.
If you are new to this area or have lived here all your life, The Exchange Club of Brownstown invites you to join in our varied programs of service including Americanism, Child Abuse Prevention and a variety of Youth Projects. Please join us anytime at one of our weekly meeting! We welcome new members who enjoy serving our community, our children and our country.
Brownstown Exchange Club meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday morning at Michie’s Chicago Style Hot Dogs and Deli, 216 W Commerce St Brownstown. Visitors are always welcome.
Why Join Exchange?
Men and women in our area join Exchange for a variety of reasons:
• To use their resources, time and talents to serve others
• To give back to our local community part of that which we have been so richly endowed
• To establish friendships, improve organizational skills and develop networking that will contribute to success in business, family and personal endeavors.
• Leadership Development
• Business Networking
• New Friendships
• Training and Educational Opportunities
• National Identity
• Exchange Today Magazine
• Member Benefits
• Service and Support
What You Can Do for Exchange:
• Attend Club Meetings Regularly
• Encourage Others to Attend
• Participate in Meeting Programs
• Recruit New Members
• Get Involved in Club Projects
• Learn Through Leadership
• Build New Exchange Clubs
What are the Dues?
Dues are $35 each quarter and billed on a quarterly basis.
What do the Quarterly Dues Include?
Initial registration fees, National and district dues, Club operating expenses, the National Magazine "Exchange Today" , Insurance, meeting programs to educate, inform and entertain.