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Harker Heights

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
St. Paul Chong Hasang Catholic Church Parish Center
2412 Stillhouse Lake Road (FM 3481)
NEW Parish Center--Large Building with Big Automated Sign downhill from the Church
Harker Heights, TX  76548
United States
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Dwayne Erickson          April 19
 
 
 
 

 
 

Home Page News

Alexander Smith receives a Rotary Scholarship due to the efforts of Horace Grace, George Davidson and the Rotary Club of Harker Heights. Click on the blue article title above to see more; adjust your browser's Zoom level as needed.
 
 
We previously lauded Harker Heights Elementary School and its Rotarian principal, Carol Dugger, for raising over $4,200 for leukemia research in the space of two weeks. When the final counting was done, that figure had increased by roughly another 40%! Click on the blue article title above to see more; adjust your browser's Zoom level as needed.
 
 
Horace Grace and George Davidson take the lead to make a difference in a student's life. Click on the blue article title above to see more; adjust your browser's Zoom level as needed.
 
 
Harker Heights Elementary School, whose principal is one of our own Rotarians, Carol Dugger, raised over $4,200 in two weeks to donate to leukemia research... all in dimes, nickles and pennies! Click on the blue article title above to see more; adjust your browser's Zoom level as needed.
 
 

Members unanimously elected the following slate of officers for 2013-14:

Jennifer McCann, president; Eloise Lundgren, president-elect; Evan Hodson, vice president; Don Nicholas, secretary; Tom Creek, treasurr; Linda Dillard, Club Admin Chair; Kyle Jeter, Club Membership Chair; Otis Evans, Club Service Projects Chair; Linda Angel, Foundation Chair; and Travis Knight, Sergeant-at-Arms.

 

 
 
On Friday, September 28, 2012 the Killeen Daily Herald covered the knighting ceremonies earlier in the week at our local schools. Todd Martin also had an article on the Killeen ISD website. Click the blue article title above to see more; adjust your browser's Zoom level as needed.
 
 
Ted Smith was honored as a "Good Neighbor" of Fort Hood by LTG Donald M. Campbell, Jr. on September 12, 2012 at a dinner held on post. Click on the blue article title above to see more; adjust your browser's Zoom level as needed.
 
 
On Thursday, September 13, 2012 the Killeen Daily Herald covered the Tournament of Champions held the day before. Todd Martin's article, as always, was excellent. Click the blue article title above to see more; adjust your browser's Zoom level as needed.
 
 
Our club sponsors four schools in the Early Act/First Knight program with the Killeen Independent School District: Harker Heights Elementary School, Mountain View Elementary School, Eastern Hills Middle School and Union Grove Middle School. Click the blue title above to see and learn more.
 
 

Makeups can be made by attending a Rotary Club event, board meeting, on line at www.rotaryeclubone.com or by visiting another Rotary Club's meeting.

Belton

Tuesday Noon - The Gin at Nolan Creek, 219 South East Street, Belton

Copperas Cove

Thursday Noon - Grace Methodist Church

KILLEEN  

Tuesday Evening 6:30 pm - Let Us Do The Cooking Cafe  203 W Jasper Dr,  Killeen

Wednesday Noon Club - Shilo Inn                 

Friday Morning 7:00 am - Shilo Inn                        

Temple                                                           

Monday Noon - Country Place Apartments

Thursday Noon - Wildflower Country Club

Salado

Tuesday 11:30 - Stagecoach Inn

 
 

R otary International is a volunteer organization with 33,000 clubs in over 200 countries and geographical areas. It initiates humanitarian projects that address today’s challenges affecting the world today, such as hunger, poverty, and illiteracy. Rotary club members represent a cross-section of business and professional leaders around the world. These 1.2 million men and women donate their expertise, time, and funds to support local and international projects that help people in need and promote understanding among cultures. Rotary International is the worldwide association of Rotary clubs united under a motto of Service Above Self.

Rotary’s flagship program is its effort to protect children against polio. It aims to eradicate the disease from the world. We are "this close" to succeeding

 
 

Support Rotary by displaying Texas Rotary Service Above Self license plates on your vehicle! The specialty plate fee is $30 or $40, depending on the plate, in addition to the regular registration fee and any other applicable fees.
Twenty-two dollars ($22) of the plate fee goes to the Texas Department of State Health Services to help fund Tuberculosis (TB) prevention and for improving the delivery of TB prevention and control services.

 
Tuberculosis is a major public health problem in Texas. In 2009, a total of 1,501 TB cases were reported to the Texas Department of State Health Services. The Texas-Mexico border region is significantly affected by TB. The frequent crossing of citizens from both Texas and Mexico to visit family, to shop, and to work opens the door for the cross-border transmission of TB.
This is a very painless way to both promote Rotary in our community and to assist in the fight against TB.
You can order a set of plates on-line from the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) Vehicle Title and Registration Services website.

 
 
Our club meetings were a tight squeeze at IHOP, and as our club continues to grow, we wanted to have a larger space to fellowship. Starting September 15, 2011 we will meet at 7 am at St. Paul Hasang Catholic Church's OLD Parish Hall. The Old Parish Hall is the one just across 2410 from Harker Heights High School, next to the church proper. The newer Parish Hall is the big building that is removed a bit away from the church and has its own big new parking lot that you enter from FM 3481 (Stillhouse Lake Road.) It is our hope to one day be such a big club that we use THAT Parish Hall, but for the time being, we will give the Old Parish Hall a whirl.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Nigeria sees no wild polio cases for one year
Today marks one year since Nigeria last reported a polio case caused by wild poliovirus, putting the country on the brink of eradicating the paralyzing disease. The last case was reported on 24 July 2014 in the northern state of Kano. If no cases are reported in the coming weeks, the World Health Organization is expected to remove Nigeria from the list of countries where polio is endemic, leaving just two: Afghanistan and Pakistan. Nigeria is the last polio-endemic country in Africa. The continent is poised to reach its own first full year without any illness from the virus on 11 August. “...
Out of tragedy, some people create something good
From the August 2015 issue of The Rotarian What's the worst that could happen? For most of us, that's a simple question. We might be late for a train. We might miss out on a promotion, or even lose a job. But for some, the worst is unimaginably worse. An unfortunate few endure what Ani Kalayjian calls "true trauma." War. Fire. Flood. A daughter disappears. A son contracts Ebola. When faced with such disasters, "people feel anger, guilt, sadness, frustration – feelings that can poison the body and spirit," says Kalayjian, a trauma specialist at Columbia University. "Trauma survivors may think...
San Diego students tackle vaccine controversy
From the August 2015 issue of The Rotarian A group of teenage journalism students in suburban San Diego were in the early stages of a new project – an educational film funded by a Rotary grant – when their teacher's phone rang. A prominent blogger had caught wind of what they were doing from a local news story, and wasn't pleased. The fledgling film came under fire almost overnight as ripples of protest spread through the blogosphere. With calls pouring in before shooting had even begun, the advisers considered halting the project, questioning whether it would be worth the controversy...
What happens when what you know turns out to be wrong?
From the August 2015 issue of The Rotarian One evening, sitting in the back seat of the car, our two girls, ages six and eight, were discussing the show we were on our way to attend. Called The Illusionists, it featured seven of the world's top magicians. The debate consisted of whether there would be real magic involved, or just tricks. "When they cut the man in half," our younger daughter asked, "how do they keep the blood in?" She was convinced there was true magic. Her older sister, a little wiser, wasn't buying it. "Easy," she said. "R-o-b-o-t." She rolled her eyes at how obvious this...
A conversation with Caryl Stern
From the August 2015 issue of The Rotarian The six-day-old baby shuddered with convulsions. Her mother, Memunatu, had given birth at home and cut her daughter's umbilical cord with what she could find – a sharp piece of metal. When the newborn contracted tetanus, Memunatu walked miles to reach a clinic. That's where Caryl Stern encountered the pair. Stern was on a field visit with UNICEF in Sierra Leone and stayed with Memunatu, trying to comfort her, until the child died. The image of the baby in pain, hypersensitive to light and sound, stayed with Stern as she got off the plane in New York...