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Upcoming Events
 
Speakers
Sep 29, 2016
Fr. Raymond McDaniels
On Being a Rotary Global Scholarship Recipient
Oct 06, 2016
Leo (Lay-O) Cardenas with Intro by Marilyn Pokorny
Discover your body languate super power
Oct 13, 2016
Dr. Fred Busche
H20 and his participation in Rotary Vocational Training Teams to Study Water Management for India
Oct 20, 2016
Dr. Bettie Bengal
Orphans-Women & Children
Oct 27, 2016
Nov 03, 2016
Hugh Butler with intro by Frank Hebb
A sons battle with Cancer
Nov 10, 2016
 
Lewisville Morning Rotary Stories
 
Welcome Ray.
New Member Ray Bowens shown her with President Elect Jeff Siebert & President Carolyn Wright
 
Ray is the owner of the Kwik Kar Automotive Service Center at the Vista Ridge Mall on MacAurther Blvd.  We look forward to Ray joining fellow Lewisville Morning Rotary members in our Community Service Projects and fund raisers.
 
 
 
Congratulations Bruce.
New Member Bruce Moore shown here during induction with President Carolyn Wright and his sponsor Frank Hebb
 
Bruce is the works for Mission Builders International where he serves as President. He lives in Lewisville with wife Carmen, son Byron and daughter Leatha Dillon. 
Bruce shown here with  Club President Nominee Frances Al-Waely
 
 
 

LEWISVILLE, Texas – Lewisville ISD (LISD) announced May 27 the appointment of Lea Devers as the new Principal of Central Elementary, effective June 1.

 

Devers has been Central Elementary Interim Principal since April 1. She was serving as the LISD Bilingual/English Second Language (ESL) Program Administrator – supporting Limited English Proficiency and Dual Language programming across the district – before transitioning to the campus leadership role. Her first job in LISD was at Central Elementary as the ESL Lead Teacher from 2005-2008.

 

“It is an honor for me to return to the school where I started in Lewisville ISD,” Devers said. “I am thrilled to be able to continue learning and growing with all of the great students, families and staff at Central Elementary.”

 

Devers has nearly 19 years of experience working in education and is dedicated and committed to inspiring learning in teachers and students by ensuring stimulating and engaging learning environments. She also held the ESL Lead Teacher title at Lakeland Elementary from 2008-10 and served as an Assistant Principal at Vickery Elementary from 2010-2014.

 
 
 
 
Welcome Kelly
LMR President Carolyn Wright, Dr. Kelly Reed and his Sponsor David Bates
 
Dr. Reed was inducted as a Rotary member at our September 1, 2016 meeting. Kelly is a doctor of chiropractic medicine where he maintains a practice at the Lewisville Chiropractic Center at 326 S. Edmonds Lane in Lewisville, TX.
 
 
 
Another successful Household Hazardous Waste Project organized by Lewisville Morning Rotary members in partnership with the City of Lewisville. Thank you Howard, Todd, David, Frank, George, Bob, Alex and those 141 Lewisville residents for keeping that waste out of the landfill, sewers and streams.
 

 
 
Well gang, we did it again. During our last drive in July we, in partnership with the Global Embassy folks scored some outstanding results. 159 LIVES SAVED! See the thank you letter below from Carter's Susan Holt. Let's not rest on our laurels though, we have another blood drive coming up August 27, And as you will know, August 27th will be a very busy day for Lewisville Morning Rotarians. Some of us will be attending the District 5790 Foundation and Membership Seminar in Weatherford, some of us will be serving the communities needy at the CCA Food pantry and the rest of us will be either donating blood or recruiting mall strollers to join us in donating. Please see me to sign up for a slot to manage the Blood Drive Donor table.
 
 
It ain't braggin if you can do it.
Dizzy Dean
 
On our May 19th Meeting, Assistant Governor Gerald Robinson joined us for our weekly meeting to share the joy of Lewisville Morning Rotary's Club recognition awards received at the District 5790 All-Clubs Conference in Arlington, TX on May 14th.
LMR President John Pokorny proudly raises the prestigious Governor's Cup Award given to the club that has been declared the District 5790 Club of the Year.
 
 
 
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Upcoming Happenings
Our next meeting - Sept 22, 2016
 
Upcoming Service Above Self Projects and Events
 
CCA Pantry Support - September 24, 2016 at CCA
19th Annual Lewisville Morning Rotary Car Show at Western Days - Sept 24, 2016 - 9 AM to 3 PM on Church St (North Side of MCL Grand Theater)
 
 
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Here are a few memories from last years fantastic show.
This years show is bigger and better...gates open at 9:00 AM
Show runs from 10 AM until 3 PM
 
 
 
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Demonstration of the proper way of retiring a damaged American Flag - photo courtesy of Lewisville Leader
 
Thank you to event Chair Frank Hebb for the excellent Flag Retirement Program again this year. This years program recognized the service of our Vietnam Era veterans. The program took place 11 AM on the beautiful Wayne Ferguson Plaza. The event was supported by the Lewisville Police Honor Guard, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and members of the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club.
 
 
Congratulations Georgia Neal
Georgia shown here with Assistant Principle Dedrick Buckels and Club President Carolyn Wright
 
 
This year the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club is Honoring the Vocations of those who Serve. Throughout every quarter for the next year we will be honoring a someone from the Lewisville Police Department. a LFD Fireman, a LFD Paramedic and a LISD Educator. At our August 25th meeting we honored Captain Jesse Hunter of the Lewisville Police Department. 
 
Jesse Hunter – Captain
Jesse assumes the position of Patrol Captain after serving 6 years as a Sergeant in Patrol and the Special Operations Unit.
 
 
Lewisville Morning Rotary members John & Marilyn Pokorny are anxiously awaiting the arrival of German Exchange Student Henrik Thimm. Henrik is pictured here with his dad Wolfgang during a recent SKYPE visit. We anticipate the finalization of all Henrik's travel documents this week and look forward to his arrival before school starts August 22nd. Henrik will be attending Marcus High School.
 
 
The Rotary Membership Committee consisting of Co-Chair Brent Myers, Co-Chair Mary Jones, member Naomi Lewis, member Tom Atchison and member John Pokorny has been very busy developing this years growth and retention plans. We are evaluating a broad spectrum of ideas to grow our club to 40 members by June of 2017. Some ideas are long range requiring evaluation and time to implement. Others are very easy to implement. For example, we have identified some very specific vocations our club needs to round out our member profile.
 
For the remainder of August and all of September, we are encouraging all club members to identify and invite legal professional and or an accounting professional to one of our meetings. Members that bring someone from these professions will be awarded additional tickets to our weekly 50/50 raffle. These tickets will increase their odds of having the opportunity to draw the winning card from the deck that will give them 50% of the pot that has been building up these past few weeks from folks contributing to the 50/50 raffle.
 
 
The Lewisville Morning Rotary Foundation Committee has been busy planning this years activities. We have a goal to raise Annual Fund Donations to the Foundation of $4000. These are the funds that are ultimately invested by the Foundation and the interest from the donations raised during the next 3 years are used for local projects such as our dictionary project. After 3 years, those funds are use for Global Grants such as the TEACH project our club is doing in partnership with the Rotary Club of Nasik in India.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Lewisville Morning Rotary Club Flag Program

Many of our subscribers have sent us photo's of the flag that the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club and local area boy scouts erect in their front yards on the six major holidays of the year. This video shows the photo's we have received thus far. To learn more about the Lewisville Morning Rotary Flag Program please click link here

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What happens at Household Hazardous Waste Collection?

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To volunteer for this months event please call Howard O'Neal at 972-436-6412

 

 
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Rotary staff members help keep India polio-free
More than one million Rotary members have volunteered their time and resources to help end polio. This month, for the first time, a group of Rotary staff members will join volunteers and health workers in the field and see our polio eradication program in action. Follow the five participants as they travel to India to support subnational Immunization Days, expected to reach up to 172 million children across the country. [View the story "India National Immunization Day Trip" on Storify]
Live streaming event showcases a century of progress on polio
In 1916, New York City experienced a devastating outbreak of polio— the first major outbreak of the disease in the United States. One hundred years later, the world is a different place in fighting this disease. Cases have been reduced by 99 percent over the last 25 years and polio has been stopped in all but three countries. Global Health Strategies and partners of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) are hosting Polio Past & Present on 20 September at the historic New York Library as  an opportunity for global leaders and supporters to recognize the progress we have made...
Rotary recognized on public television's 'American Graduate Day'
Rotary was recognized on 17 September on public television's fifth annual American Graduate Day program for its work with San Diego-based Monarch School, a K-12 school for homeless youth. The Rotary Club of San Diego, California, USA, was applauded for its work mentoring Monarch's students, keeping them on track to graduate, and helping the school to continue thriving during tough economic times. Monarch School CEO Erin Spiewak appeared as one of the show's guests, along with Monarch Alumnus Cynthia Valenzuela, who attested to the positive, life-changing experience Monarch School gave her and...
Practicing peace
Nations around the world will observe the International Day of Peace on 21 September, a date designated by the United Nations in 2001 as "a day of global ceasefire and nonviolence." Rotary's commitment to building peace and resolving conflict is rooted in the Rotary Peace Centers program, formed in 2002. Each year, the program prepares up to 100 fellows to work for peace through a two-year master's degree program or a three-month professional certificate program at university partners worldwide. Today, nearly 1,000 peace centers alumni are applying their skills — negotiating peace in conflict...
Growing a future in Cape Town
From the October 2016 issue of The Rotarian On a drive along the N2 Freeway in Cape Town, South Africa, travelers speed past endless clusters of corrugated metal shacks that fill the sandy Cape Flats area between the airport and iconic Table Mountain. “I grew up in this area,” says Lloyd Whitfield, a retired dairy products company owner and member of the Rotary Club of Constantia, pointing out where his family once owned land. “There was just bush. I used to ride horses, and we used to shoot game in this area – there was nothing.” Now, more than a million people are crowded here, the...
 
 
 
 The mission for Lewisville Morning Rotary is to provide service to others, promote integrity, advance environmental awareness, encourage patriotism,  and  enhance fellowship through a partnership with business, education and community leaders.