End Polio Now
Inaugural Rotary Polio MOTO
LTG Youth Services Joseph Michael Dickerson organized our First Annual D5930 Rotary Polio MOTO event March 25th and 26th
  • 819 miles in two days through Rotary District 5930 (and Beeville) with 7 MOTO Rotarians and Friends of Rotary, plus the “Chase SUV” with Rotarian Cat Dickerson and Future Rotarian Charlotte.
  • Fun, Fellowship, Food, Polio and Rotary Awareness, Donations and Pledges
  • PolioPlus Goal:$5,000 – doubled at $10,000 and counting!
“Born to be wild.  And end Polio.”  Rotarian Tim Dowling, Rotary Club of Corpus Christi stated on a Facebook post.
Click on the Read More to see the pictures from across the District.

End Polio Night with the Vipers
On March 25th, the District 5930 Valley Rotary Club network participated, sponsored and attended the 2nd annual End Polio Night with the Vipers.  Organized by Harlingen Rotary Club member, Doyle Clark, it is estimated over $15,250 was raised.  Stay tuned for a full story about the event, the total raised, and photos from Rotarian Doyle. 
In one weekend Rotarians, and friends of Rotary, across District 5930, raised over $25,000 for polio!  “Going the Distance to Beat Polio!” 
Day 1 – Laredo to Corpus Christi
The 7 Rotary Polio MOTO’s with AG Juan Lira (wishing them safe travels)
Rio Grande City
McAllen (Lunch Stop)
Corpus Christi Evening Rotary Club (Hosted a BBQ Dinner) – End of Day 1
Day 2 Corpus Christi to Laredo
First Stop Rockport
Port Lavaca with PDG Russell Cain
Victoria (Lunch Stop)
Skidmore to meet up with PDG Maxie Houser at the “Texas Rest Stop” DQ
The Alice Police Department and Jim Wells County Sheriff Department did an awesome job escorting them in and out of Alice
And that’s a Wrap (not all pictured – but all made it back safe and sound)
Other Rotary Club areas were included in their breaks along the way.