Aug 02, 2016
Conroe ISD Football Coaches
Pigskin Preview
Aug 09, 2016
David, Larry, & Mary Blocker
Aug 16, 2016
Chip VanSteenberg and Andrea Wilson
Major Changes coming for the Montgomery County Emergency Communications District aka 911
Aug 23, 2016
Ron Saikowski
Club Resources Meeting - Committee Reports & Assignments
Aug 30, 2016
District Governor Gig Langston
District 5910 Service Agenda
Sep 13, 2016
We Thank Our Community Partners
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President's Message
Our Continuing Programs
Rotary has been many things, to many people, in the last 111 years. Through Rotary, our members have found friends, community, and a sense of purpose; we’ve forged connections, advanced our careers, and had incredible experiences we couldn’t have had anywhere else. Every week, in more than 34,000 clubs around the world, Rotarians come together to talk, laugh, and share ideas. But above all, we come together for one, overriding goal: service. 

Service to humanity has been the cornerstone of Rotary since its earliest days, and has been its main purpose ever since. I believe that there is no better path to meaningful service today than Rotary membership; and no organization better placed to make a real and positive difference in our world. No other organization so effectively brings together committed, capable professionals in a wide variety of fields, and enables them to achieve ambitious goals. Through Rotary, we have the capacity, the network, and the knowledge to change the world: the only limits are the ones we place on ourselves.
Today, our organization is at a critical point: a historic juncture that will determine, in so many ways, what comes next. Together, we have provided extraordinary service to our world; tomorrow, our world will depend on us to do even more. Now is the time to capitalize on our success: as we complete the eradication of polio, and catapult Rotary forward, with determination and enthusiasm, to be an even greater force for good in the world.
Of the many lessons polio eradication has taught us, one of the most important is also one of the simplest: that if we want to bring all of Rotary forward, we’ve all got to be moving in the same direction. Continuity of leadership, at the club, district, and RI level, is the only way we will flourish, and achieve our full potential. It is not enough simply to bring in new members and form new clubs: our goal is not more Rotarians, but more Rotarians who can achieve more good Rotary work, and will become the Rotary leaders of tomorrow.
Near the end of his life, reflecting on the path that brought him to Rotary, Paul Harris wrote: “Individual effort may be turned to individual needs, but combined effort should be dedicated to the service of mankind. The power of combined effort knows no limitation.” He could hardly have imagined then that one day, more than 1.2 million Rotarians would be combining their efforts, and, through our Rotary Foundation, their resources, to serve humanity together. And we can only imagine what great deeds Paul Harris would have expected of such a Rotary! It is our responsibility to achieve those deeds; as it is our privilege to carry forth the tradition of
Rotary Serving Humanity.
John Germ
President, Rotary International, 2016-17

June 2nd and 3rd are the last distribution day for the "I Like Me" Book Program. Working cooperatively with the Conroe Independent School District, the Rotary Club of Conroe has distributed these books to every first grader in the elementary schools that feed into Conroe and New Caney High Schools. Today Rotarians gave the books out at Rice, Wilkinson and Patterson Elementary Schools in Conroe and Austin Elementary School in Cut and Shoot. It is really hard to beat the expressions of joy on the faces of the students as they hold their books. 

The Rotary Club of Conroe will host a Blood Drive in partnership with the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center at Wiesner Automotive on Tuesday, August 23rd from 9:00 am to 3;00 pm.  Our normal noon meeting will be held that day at Wiesner Automotive  in support of our Blood Drive. Why donate? We donate blood to help save lives. Every donation saves as many as three lives. You can make an appointment to particpate at www.giveblood.org.Drop-ins are also welcome. You may help save the life of a loved one, friend or community member.

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00PM

at the First Baptist Church (Gymnasium)

600 North Main Street

(Historic Downtown Conroe) 

Conroe, Texas

United States of America 


 www.rotary5910.org  <- click on Link for District Website


Club Officers & Directors
President Elect/Webmaster
Club Programs
Rotary Foundation Chair
President Nominee
Director / Interact Sponsor
Director / Dental Program Chair
Immediate Past President/Service Projects
Membership Co-Chair
Membership Co-Chair
Director / "I Like Me Books"
Community Partners Program Chair