Winner District 5810 Club of the Year: 2009 thru 2013

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Park Cities Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 11:50 AM
Maggiano's Restaurant - 2nd Floor
8687 N. Central Expressway
NorthPark Center
Dallas, TX  75225
United States
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Rotary Club of Park Cities Office Address

Rotary Club of
Park Cities
Laurie Aldredge, Executive Director
6704 Snider Plaza
Dallas TX 75205
214-739-4170

 
 
4th of July Parade Shirt and Hat Update!
Are you ready for the 4th of July Parade?  Does your blue Club shirt fit? Do you have a hat?
 
If there is a problem with your shirt, you can exchange it for the size you want!
 
All you have to do is:
  1. Contact Kathleen Klaviter, Now –> Kathleen@ KlaviterConsulting.com
  2. Tell her what size shirt you need – Men’s or Women’s (S- 3XL)
  3. Turn in your old shirt to her (dry cleaned)
 
The plan is for all Rotary Club of Park Cities' members to wear the blue shirt with khaki pants/shorts and the straw hat during the parade and at Goar Park.
 
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RCPC Friday Program Series
May 06, 2016
Jerry Deren
Flying with the Blue Angels
May 13, 2016
Dallas Police Chief David Brown
Back the Blue - Dallas
 
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District 5810 Club of the Year
2009-2013; 2014-2015
“Serving To Make A Difference Since 1948”
 
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Stories / What's New With RCPC
 
The Rotary Club of Park Cities will not have its regular club meeting on Friday, April 29th.
 
Our club will be participating in the District Conference's All Club Luncheon at the Hilton Dallas Lincoln Center from 11:30am-1:30pm in the Lincoln Ballroom. You can register to attend the entire District Conference, attend the All Club Luncheon, and/or attend the Quiet Affaire (evening event). Please make plans now to attend and bring a guest!
 
 

 
 

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Please join us on Friday, May 6, 2016 for an incredible program on Flying with the Blue Angels by Jerry Deren. Jerry accumulated over 2000 hours in the F/A-18 Hornet, made more than 300 carrier arrested landings, and served two tours as a demonstration pilot for the U.S. Navy Blue Angels flying the left wing and slot positions. 
 
The Rotary Club of Park Cities meets at noon on Fridays on the second floor of Maggiano's in North Park Mall. We are serving to make a difference. In December, the Rotary Club of Park Cities purchased the first ever mobile food pantry for North Texas for the North Texas Food Bank. We make a significant contribution each year to the North Texas Food Bank, the Salvation Army, Meals on Wheels, Ronald McDonald House, Fisher House, Scottish Rite, and many other organizations. Join us! Together we accomplish more!
 
Rotary International-We are 1.2 million neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world.
 
 
 

 

 

COUNCIL GRANTS CLUBS GREATER FLEXIBILITY IN MEETING, MEMBERSHIP

Council member Dominque Dubois holds up a green card to indicate support of a motion while Sandeep Nurang ponders his response during the 2016 Council on Legislation.
Photo Credit: Monika Lozinska.

 

The 2016 Council on Legislation may well be remembered as one of the most progressive in Rotary history.

Not only did this Council grant clubs more freedom in determining their meeting schedule and membership, it also approved an increase in per capita dues of $4 a year for three years. The increase will be used to enhance Rotary’s website, improve online tools, and add programs and services to help clubs increase membership.

The Council is an essential element of Rotary’s governance. Every three years, members from around the world gather in Chicago to consider proposed changes to the policies that govern the organization and its member clubs. Measures that are adopted take effect 1 July.

The tone for this year was set early, when the RI Board put forth two proposals that increase flexibility. The first measure allows clubs to decide to vary their meeting times, whether to meet online or in person, and when to cancel a meeting, as long as they meet at least twice a month. The second allows clubs flexibility in choosing their membership rules and requirements. Both passed.

Representatives also approved removing six membership criteria from the RI Constitution and replacing them with a simple requirement that a member be a person of good character who has a good reputation in their business or community and is willing to serve the community.

 

 
 
 
 
Special Thanks to Mark Neace Creative Director with SyncLab Media for recording RIP Ravi Ravindran speaking atthe Rotary Club of Dallas' Luncheon on Wednesday, January 13, 2016. 
 
Watching RIP Ravi Ravindran's speech counts as a make-up. Please send your make-up correspondence to: makeups@parkcitiesrotary.org
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

The Rotary Foundation uses generous donations to fund projects by Rotarians and our partners in communities around the world. As a nonprofit, all of the Foundation's funding comes from voluntary contributions made by Rotarians and friends who share our vision of a better world. Every Rotarian, Every Year (EREY) is the fundraising initiative to encourage support for the Foundation’s Annual Fund.

 
 
 
Interact boxes-up hunger No.Texas Food Bank
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
                                                          
 
 
Rotary District 5810 had an incredible evening of honors on Saturday, October 2nd at the
Haggard Party Barn in Plano, Texas.
 
The district has an annual awards event each year and recognizes clubs and individuals for their
accomplishments, hard work, and dedication to Rotary. There are 67 Rotary clubs in the Dallas area.
 
It is an honor just to be nominated for an award! Congratulations to all of our club's nominees! 
Congratulations Charlie Bond! Congratulations to the Immediate Past President Eric Heitkamp 
and club members!
 
Park Cities Rotary Club received the following awards:
Club of the Year
Communications Award
Bulletin Excellence
Club Service
 
Charlie Bond received the District's Foundation Advocacy Award. Congratulations Charlie!!!
 
Congratulations everyone on a fun and productive 2014-2015 Rotary year! You make a difference!
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Congratulations to the Following 2014-2015 RCPC Club Award Winners!!!
 
Wilbur Hawkins Spirit of Rotary
Presented to: Nolan Duck
 
Hugh B. McAfee Service Above Self
Presented to: Fred Brown
 
Col. Robert Q. Smith, Club Service
Presented to: Happy Franklin
 
L. Tunnell Outstanding New Member
Presented to: Steve Franks
 
Lifetime Achievement
Presented to: Greg Pape
 
 
 

 
 
 
Our own Gerald Montgomery, with the help of Elaine Allen, submitted several photos from his travels around the world to The Rotary Magazine. This photo-seen on page 40-took Honorable mention in the "Best Shot" photo contest. Congratulations Gerry & Elaine! Thank you for sharing your talent and for raising awareness of The RCPC Worldwide!!!
 

 
 
4th of July Parade-2015