TEMPLE ROTARY CLUB
WHERE OUR MOTTO IS:
SERVICE ABOVE SELF

Club Executives & Directors

President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Service Committee Chair
Service Committee Co-Chair
Public Relations Chair
Immediate Past President
Administration Co-Chair
Administration Chair
Ex-Officio/Assistant Treasurer
Rotary Foundation Co-Chair
Rotary Foundation Chair
 
Speakers
Feb 11, 2016
Feb 18, 2016
Charlie Kimmey
Ralph Wilson Youth Club
Mar 10, 2016
Lenna Barr
Who Wants to be a Rotarian?
Apr 14, 2016
Gail Peek
Club Assembly
May 05, 2016
Our Finest Rotarians
Happy 95th Anniversary!
May 12, 2016
Lakewood Elementary Service Club
4 Way Test Essay Winners
 
Upcoming Events
 
 
 
Club Information

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Temple

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Hilton Garden Inn
1749 Scott Boulevard
Temple, TX  76502
United States
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MORE LAKEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SERVICE CLUB PHOTOS OF CHILDREN GIVING BOOKS AND BEARS TO THE CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER.  MAKING A DIFFERENCE ONE CHILD AT A TIME.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
On January 15, 2016 the Temple Rotary Club Lakewood Elementary School Service Club delivered bears and books to the Children's Advocacy Center in Belton, Texas.  These comfort toys and books can make all the difference in the world to the youngsters who need the care and safety of the Children's Advocacy Center facility.
 

 
Last Thursday, the club had the opportunity to hear from David Yeilding as he shared about the events that lead to World War 1.  The first spark can be traced back to an assassination on the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Duchess Sophie on June, 1914 by a group of young rebels, forged from the growing discontent of the Slavic people with the Western European cultures.  David did a remarkable job of recreating the time period and portraying the enormity of this particular event.  A few high school aged kids change history, forever. Thank you David for always putting together a talk that is both interesting and educational. 
 

 
 
'Twas the last Thursday before Christmas when all through the hall
The children were waiting for Santa to call.
The carolers sang with their voices so clear
The magic of Christmas was obviously near.
The children were nestled in laps old and new
Hoping to get gifts from Santa and his crew.
Charlie slept soundly, not hearing a thing
While Noah waited for his turn to sing.
Santa arrived with a swagger and wink
And hopes that he'd get a few Stella's to drink.
Kinsley and Zane brought cookies instead
And Mrs. Claus hopes he won't eat them in bed.
In true Macey form the girls knew just how to pose
And Nicholas and Gabe were quick on their toes.
With an empty bag at just about one,
Santa signaled his elf and swore he was done.
Another lunch over and a room full of cheer,
Santa can finally crack open that beer.
I heard hin exclaim as he changed out of his suit
I'm the sassiest Santa, and I look good to boot!
From this Rotarian to all of the rest,
Enjoy your holiday with vigor and zest.
 

 
 
 

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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Jennifer Graham
    February 16
  • Gage Blackstone
    February 17
  • Lance Crews
    February 17
  • Larry Wilkerson
    February 21
  • Richard Schneider
    February 28
Spouse Birthdays:
  • Sharon
    February 3
  • Christine Messing
    February 7
  • Jennifer Graham
    February 16
  • Susan Wilson
    February 22
  • Jennifer Stoebner
    February 24
  • Leshia
    February 24
  • Valerie Farwell
    February 26
  • John Dempsey
    February 28
Anniversaries:
  • Leigh Gardner
    Peter Kisner
    February 1
  • Grady Brown
    Germaine Brown
    February 9
  • Jim Tranum
    Eva Marie
    February 10
  • Bill Frick
    Linda
    February 20
Join Date:
  • Thomas Vannoy
    February 5, 1987
    29 years
  • Kurt Toliver
    February 10, 2005
    11 years
  • Adam Soorholtz
    February 23, 2012
    4 years
  • Tim Davis
    February 23, 2012
    4 years
  • Jonathan Graham
    February 25, 1999
    17 years