South Texas Rotary District 5930 is made up of close to 2,000 members, from 51 clubs, within the southern tip of Texas. We meet regularly to not only form bonds and friendships, but we also strive to improve lives locally and around the world.

Training for 2018-2019

Remember back in September, we had to cancel the 4n1 Training Seminar in Kingsville due to weather.
It's Baaack! The training not the rain!

Nomination of District Governor 2021-2022

Who will be the next in line to be District Governor for Rotary District 5930? 
Will it be a member of your Club? Will it be someone you know? Will it be you?
Deadline for 2021-2022 Nominations for District Governor is December 10, 2018.

Save the Date & Find Your Students

Feb. 1-3, 2019 - different times for 2019
President-Elect and President-Nominee Training
presented by LoneStar PETS
Save the Date
Registration and Hotel accommodations will be available November 1.
October - Economic and Community development
Area of Focus : Economic and Community Development
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty on the 17th and World Polio Day on the 24th of October.
  • Build the capacity of entrepreneurs, community leaders, local organizations, and community networks
    to support economic development
  • Develop opportunities for productive work
  • Reduce poverty in underserved communities
February 8-9, 2019
Focus: Our PEACE efforts
Guest Speaker at Luncheon on 2/9
Cameron Chisholm, Rotary Peace Fellow Alumnus
More details to come on this exciting program.
Rotary Vision Statement
Rotary’s new vision statement,
“Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.”
This describes the Rotary that leaders must help build.
Achieve The Vision
To achieve this vision,
“We are a membership organization first. And if we want to be able to serve, if we want to succeed in our goals — we have to take care of our members first.”
Be the Inspiration
“Inspire the club presidents, and all Rotarians in our districts, to want to change. To want to do more. To want to reach their own potential. It’s our job to motivate them — and help them find their own way forward.”