3 'n 1 Seminar

September 24 - 8:30 am-2:15 pm
Memorial Student Union Center
Texas A&M University-Kingsville
 

Foundation Centennial Dinner

Saturday, November 12, 2016
6 - 7 Fellowship and Showcase
7 - 9 Dinner and Program
Corpus Christi Country Club
Registration Opens October 1
Hotel Information - Coming Soon
 

3 'n 1 Seminar

  • Need some ways to re-charge your membership & its growth?
  • Want some new ideas to increase your Foundation giving - from the club & members?
  • Not sure what Public Image & Rotary Awareness is and how you can help?
  • Have questions about Rotary Club Central? Insurance? Taxes?

Bring a carpool or bus load of members & get your questions answered.

Cost $35 with breakfast & lunch

Foundation Centennial Dinner

Celebrate 100 years of Foundation History

Live Auction • Live Music • Cash Bar

Fun! Fellowship! Fun!

Hear what Paul Harris has to share.

Reserve a table for your club or friends.

$26.50 per person

 
Important Information from the District
It was my great pleasure to assist in handing out the District Grant award checks to several clubs in the Corpus Christi area this month. We are going to Do Good in the World right in our own backyards with many of these grants, which are available because generous Rotarians like you donated to the Foundation!
 
Saturday, September 24 will be our
 
 

“dig into your historical archives”

and share how your club has used the Foundation dollars to do good in your community (and the world)
 
For our November 12th Foundation Centennial Dinner we are looking for story boards (think science fair three-panels or PowerPoints) telling the stories of
  • fundraisers, (can you guess the club that sold manure with all proceeds going to the Foundation?)
  • grant projects, and (DDF Grants, Global scholars, Health, Hunger and Humanity Grants, please reach back into history)
  • any story abut your club and The Rotary Foundation. (Remember Group Study Exchange, Awards for Technical Training, Discovery Grants, First Paul Harris Fellow in your club, etc.)
Contact Ellison Crider (ellisoncrider@gmail.com) for more Information.
 
 

 

During the spring semester many Rotary Clubs hold a Four-Way Test Speech Competition. It is a competition offered to high school students where the student must prepare a five to seven minute speech to illustrate the Rotary Four-Way Test.

The student is judged on Content (50%), Organization (30%), and Delivery (20%). The student must follow the Four-Way Test Theme throughout, must relate the speech to his/her own activities, must present a human-interest appeal, and must choose language that is clear, vivid and persuasive. The student must demonstrate organization of thought including an introduction, clear and orderly points and a brief conclusion that drives home the point of application. And finally, the student must be effective in his or her speech delivery including volume, grammar, gestures and attitude toward the audience.

Full information for Assistant Governors and clubs
 

 

From the The Rocky Mountain Rotaract Newsletter

5 Fundraising Tips for the Rotaract Summit

So you want to attend the first-ever Rocky Mountain Rotaract Summit this October 29th? Or maybe you'd like to travel to the Rotaract Preconvention? Or North American RYLA? There are so many awesome events available to Rotaractors from all over the world. The only problem is that they all cost a lot of money.
 
 

 
 
News from the Clubs of South Texas 5930

The Rotary Club of Historic Brownsville will host it's Annual Ride for Rotary Benefit Ride on October 16, 2016. The ride draws participation from cyclists of all levels and ages. Last year, we had participants from Brownsville, Weslaco, Harlingen, San Benito, South Padre Island, McAllen, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Matamoros, and Reynosa.

All proceeds raised by the event will be used to support Rotary’s local projects, which include providing free eye exams and eyeglasses to children, hosting Rotary’s Annual Heart Gallery (an adoption awareness event), funding scholarships for local students, providing Christmas gifts to nursing home residents, and funding for other Rotary humanitarian projects.

Register - schedule - maps

 
 
Two new members have been brought into our club.  Charlie Hervey and John Hand.
 
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Harlingen Sunburst Rotary working hard enjoying a little down time.  Social hosted by one of our members Lisa Seiser. Gots to have fun with all the work!
Read more for pictures.
 
 
Members of the Rotary Club of Mission spent the last three months raising funds for a back to school project which would intended on buying new shoes for children.  Although the Rotary Club is small, they have BIG hearts that are willing to give back to the community.  Members were able to raise
 
 
It was great to meet you. Thank you for speaking to our club. We appreciate your leadership and encouragement and look forward to a great 2016-2017 Rotary year!
 
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The Rotary Club of Mission recently participated in the National Night Out event hosted by the City of Mission at which they interacted with the community through creative and fun activities.  Rotarians took “selfies” with kids, dressed little girls as princesses and gave out 300 popsicles on this warm day.  The Club also set out
 
 
Due to the proceeds of our Scholarship Golf Tournament we were able to award Steven Rodriguez a $1000 scholarship the Texas A & M.  Go Aggies.
 
Harlingen Sunburst Rotary also works with other non profits.  Check being presented to Jane Boling of the Harlingen Elks Lodge.
 
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World Polio Day
World Polio Day is October 24, 2016
Click here for a toolkit clubs can use to plan activities for World Polio Day.
 
District Sponsors
 
The Rotary Foundation
The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into projects that change lives both close to home and around the world. As the charitable arm of Rotary, we tap into a global network of Rotarians who invest their time, money, and expertise into our priorities, such as eradicating polio and promoting peace. Foundation grants empower Rotarians to approach challenges such as poverty, illiteracy, and malnutrition with sustainable solutions that leave a lasting impact.
Strong financial oversight, a stellar charity rating, and a unique funding model mean that we make the very most of your contribution. Give and become a part of Rotary’s life-changing work!
 
 

Attention: A New Veterans Scholarship

If you have been honorably discharged and are attending or planning to attend a college or university to pursue an undergraduate or graduate degree or certificate, you are encouraged to apply for a veteran’s scholarship being offered by Rotary District 5930.

READ MORE

 

4 WAY TEST SPEECH CONTEST

Save the Date and start working on speeches.
Contest is combined with our Youth Conference and Luncheon.
More information coming soon.

Read the 4 Way Test Speech Contest Rules and Guidelines NOW.

 
 

Supporting the Rotary Foundation  

To donate go to rotary.org/give

 

End Polio Now

We're all in this together

 

 

Rotary Global Rewards

Check out the new benefit for Rotarians