BAHAMA RURITAN CLUB
The first Ruritan Club was started in 1928 in Holland Virginia. Now, the Ruritan has grown to become "America's Leading Community Service Organization."
The Ruritan Mission: Ruritan is a national organization dedicated to improving communities and building a better America through Fellowship, Goodwill, and Community Service.
The Bahama local chapter of Ruritan tries to access the needs of our community within and surrounding Bahama to offer assistance through fellowship, goodwill and service.
We want to be made aware of real needs we can address in our community. Communication is key.
- Drawing will be at the end of each quarter that the contest is in effect
- New members must be full, associate or youth
- One member earns you one chance. Two members get 1 + 2 chances. Three members get 1 + 2 + 3 chances and so on.
- If the new member is at least five years younger than you, earn five extra chances (provide dates of birth for both of you)
- 3 winners each quarter drawn at random after all the extra chances are calculated: $200, $400, and $600
The Bahama Annual Christmas Parade - December 16, 2017
BUSINESS OWNERS - GET MORE BUSINESS!
501 Business Network
501 Business Network is a community of local business owners and self employed individuals in the general area of northern Durham County, Person County, and western Orange County.
Our purpose is to help local business owners and self employed business owners grow their businesses and revenue through word of mouth referral, as well as grow revenue through regular business education.
We also believe in supporting each other as business owners.
We meet once a month on the second Friday of each month from 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM at 8202 Stagville Rd, Bahama, NC.
This group is proudly sponsored by the Bahama Ruritan Club.
There is no cost to join or to participate.
Come join us - we welcome you!
HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED?
Join Bahama's chapter of the Ruritans and enjoy fellowship and service. Don't wait. Do it today.
The Bahama Ruritans support the local community through service, donations, scholarships, and serving as active patrons. People serve in different ways. If you are unable to join us, you can make a donation here.
In an effort to support and collaborate with our local community, we have created a community calendar available to ALL. Please make your submissions clear.
Still want to know more? Please click here to discover more information about the Bahama Ruritans and how we serve our community.