What a good looking group!
- These scholarships are not intended for students wanting to attend a community college or technical school with the intent of later transferring credits earned to a 4 year, upper level degree.
- Sponsoring clubs will be expected to contribute at least another $250 towards the student’s expenses.
- Served as Club President
- Becoming a Foundation Major Donor
- Being selected as Rotarian of the Year
- Being selected for membership in the District 5870 Roll of Fame
- Having at least five (5) years of cumulative perfect attendance
- Having been a club member for at least ten (10) years
- Having served for a minimum of five (5) years on the Board of Directors
Rotarians have helped immunize more than 2.5 billion children against polio in 122 countries. For as little as $0.60, a child can be protected against this crippling disease for life.
It took somewhat longer for polio to be recognized as a major problem in developing countries. Lameness surveys during the 1970s revealed that the disease was also prevalent in developing countries. As a result, during the 1970s routine immunization was introduced worldwide as part of national immunization programmes, helping to control the disease in many developing countries.
30th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION: ROTARY CLUB of KILLEEN HEIGHTS
Thirteen members of our club enjoyed all or part of last weekend at the District 5870 District Conference at La Torretta Resort on Lake Conroe. In addition to great food, fellowship and location several of your fellow members were honored. Stu McLennan was presented the 2013-2014 District Foundation Service Award and James Bondi was awarded the District 5870 RI Roll of Fame. Maureen Adams and Hilde Arnold reprised their roles in a lunchtime murder mystery, this time joined by Dave Hall. Your CTC Rotaract Club received a Rotaract Presidential Citation, and oiur club received 100% Paul Harris Fellow Club Award, and a Rotary Club Presidential Citation with Distinction.
Two members of our Killeen neighbor clubs also received recognition, including Ken Adams of the noon club received the Rotary Foundation Citation for Meritorious Service and Tom Mahlowski of the Killeen Evening club received the Rotary Vocational Service Award.
Several of your fellow club members worked behind the scenes or gave presentations at the event, including John Crutchfield, Ann Farris and Gene Silverblatt. And of course, our District Governor Rich Kaye was the mastermind behind it all!