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Club Information

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Pflugerville!


Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Pflugerville Public Library
1008 Pfluger St W
Pflugerville, TX  78660
United States
District Site
Venue Map
We also meet every Thursday morning at 6:30 - 7:30am at Southern's at PBK at 111 E Main St in downtown Pflugerville (directions). There is an informal breakfast meeting every Friday, 7:00 - 8:00am, at Pecan Street Station Deli & Grill.
Contact Us:
Rotary Club of Pflugerville
P.O. Box 1513
Pflugerville, TX

Club News

Thank you to all the Pflugerville Rotarians who attended the 2015 District 5870 Foundation Dinner on Feb. 7th.  It was an invigorating evening full of old friends and new ones!

Wonderful turnout for our February 7th Adopt-A-Trail at Pfluger Park.  Thank you to the City for the trash bags and to the many Rotarians (and Pfuture Rotarians) and their families, as well as our honored guests The American Legion.  Great prizes for Highest Count, Largest item, and Most Unusual Item.  Thank you all for what you do at home and abroad!

What does the best Rotary Club do after a long few months of Golf Tournament Planning?  Why, make 20 gallons of chili, of course!
Special thanks to Rob House and Kenneth Kidd, as well as all who made chili, volunteered at the booth, and generally had a grand time!  Pflugerville Rotarians were also involved in our big, little town's Chili Pfest as organizers, Volunteers, and even Celebrity Judges!  Rotary continues to "do good" in our Community.  Although Chili Pfest isn't a Pfundraiser, it is important for us to be out in the Community showing all just how much Pfun being a Pflugerville Rotarian is.  Good job All!

Our 14th Annual Golf Tournament was a success because of you!  Yes YOU.  Every Rotarian who was there.  Friends of Rotarians volunteering.  Players. Sponsors.  Steve Gore for Photography.  We can't do it without each and every one of you.  Thank you for helping us raise more than $30,000 to go towards our Scholarships and other charities.  It really is a blessing to spend a day in the sun with so many Pfriends for a good cause.  Numbers and album coming soon!

Upcoming International Speaker scheduled for September 17th at the noon meeting.  Earl Follis of the Round Rock Sunrise Rotary Club has brought us the opportunity to host James Manyror, one of the Lost Boys of Sudan (who've been profiled several times on 60 Minutes, New York Times, and a few films).  We will be extending an invitation to all local media as well. James moved from Sudan to Denver in the '90s before returning to Sudan in 2005 to start an orphanage for other lost boys. He is flying in from Denver to speak to a select few clubs in the area.  All members and friends of Rotary are invited.  Special thanks to Earl for thinking of Pflugerville!  Here is his non-profit's website with more info: and here is background info on the Lost Boys of Sudan: .


August 2014 Adopt-A-Trail
Another great year for our Deutschen Pfest fundraising!  We matched last year; and refilled the Scholarship funds for our 2015 PISD Seniors.  We had some wonderful help from our Interact volunteers and Pfriends of Rotary.  With all hands on deck, we put the Pfun in Fundraising!

The Rotary Club of Pflugerville was privileged to present $31,500 of higher education scholarships to 14 PISD Seniors.  This was a great increase from $23,000 to 13 Seniors last year.  Congratulations to all of the recipients!

Welcome to Terry Hatcher!  We are so happy to have you in our Pfamily.
Welcome to Gayle Woodrow and Rob House our newest members.


At a ceremony today (May 1, 2013) in the Connally High School Library, the Connally Interact Club was officially presented their charter and their officers were sworn in.  Presiding over the program was Pflugerville Rotary Club President, KC Smith.  Others involved in the presentation were Pflugerville Mayor & fellow Rotarian, Jeff Coleman, along with current Rotary District 5870 Interact Chair, Linda Tyler, as well as Past Rotary District 5870 Interact Chair, Julian Grant






Just in time for Deutschen Fest, the electrical system upgrade at Pfluger Park was recently completed.  The project was done in conjunction with the City of Pflugerville's Parks & Rec department and funded through a Rotary DAP Grant.  Pictured below from left to right are:  KC Smith (Rotary Club President), Mayor Jeff Coleman (& fellow Rotarian), Matt Sparkman (Rotary Club President-Elect), and Jim Bowlin (City Parks & Rec Director).  Photo by Pamela Cosel/City of PflugervilleImage





We are moving our Wednesday Noon meeting BACK to the Library on Wednesday, April 24th!  If you go to the City Council Chambers, you will be reciting the 4 Way Test alone. :)

Please note that the entrance and parking has moved to the south side of the building.  Main entrance is on Pfluger St. W. (1008 Pfluger St W).


Karen and Mitchell Duncan were formally inducted as new members into the Pflugerville Rotary Club at our meeting on Wednesday, April 17, 2013.   Pictured below (from left to right) is Mary Ann Provance, Membership Committee Co-Chair, Karen Duncan, Mitchell Duncan, and Jim Wilkinson (the Duncan's sponsor).



Four Way Test

Of the things we think, say, and do...
1. Is it the truth?
2. Is it fair to all concerned?
3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

Club Officers and Directors

President Elect
Immediate Past President
Foundation Chair
Sergeant at Arms (Noon)
Member at Large
Membership Chair
Service Chair
Public Relations
Youth Services Chair
Golf Tournament Chair
Deutschen Pfest Chair
Casino Night Chair

Quote of the Week

We do not do these things because they are easy, we do them because they are hard.” ~John F Kennedy