Pinwheel Garden

Every April, the Club partners with Atlantic Area Casa to “plant” a blue pinwheel garden in the community as a part of the Prevent Child Abuse America’s Pinwheels for Prevention campaign.

Whether you are business or corporation enacting policies that impact the work-life balance of your employees or a neighbor who offers a respite from the demands of parenting, we all have an effect on the lives of children. Children who are raised with safe, stable, and nurturing relationships and environments are more academically and financially successful and grow up to be productive, contributing members of their communities. Pinwheels are a reminder that we all play a role in children’s lives.

In April, look out for where the pinwheel garden will be planted this year. Join in this effort by planting a garden of your own by buying pinwheels for your house or business. Just contact Exchange Club member for more information.

Learn more about innumerable ideas and proven methods at the Prevent Child Abuse America Resource Library »


We meet from noon–1PM on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at the Richmond Hill City Center. Visitors and prospective new members are always welcome.

Membership is a great way to get involved in making Bryan County a better place to live, stay up to date on current area events, network with others of similar interests, and develop your own leadership skills.

Help us make a difference with fundraising, too. Here's just a few things we do:

  • Annual School Calendar
  • Casino Night to Prevent Child Abuse
  • Pinwheel and CAP Pin Sales

Our operating expenses are paid by member dues, so all net proceeds from fundraising events go to support various community projects. Dues are currently $100 per quarter, one of the best bargains available among all civic and service organizations. Learn more about the benefits:

The Value of Exchange Club Membership Informational Flyer (PDF)