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January is Rotary Vocational Service Month
Rotarian's use their vocations to make our world a better place.


This week at Lewisville Morning Rotary
Our next meeting will be January 17, 2019 
7 AM meeting at Old Town Brewhouse
146 Whatley Ave, Lewisville, TX 75057
The meetings on the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Thursday of the month will be at 7 AM the 4th Thursday of the month is at 7 PM. When there is a 5th Thursday of the month, meeting time will be at 7 AM
Gordon Roe and Mark Smith
Jan 17, 2019 7:00 AM
Vocations are an Opporunity for Service - This is our Passion
Vocations are an Opporunity for Service - This is our Passion
Ned Spicer? To be confirmed
Jan 24, 2019 7:00 PM
Elvis is in the house!
Gerald Robinson, Peter Scott & Roger Paschal
Jan 31, 2019 11:00 AM
Grow Rotary, Grow Engagement & Grow Impact at the Texas Motor Speedway
Upcoming Events
Lewisville Morning Rotary Volunteer Opportunities
Monthly Household Hazardous Waste 2018-2019
Monthly CCA Pantry Support for 2018-2019
Lewisville Morning Rotary Stories
Fly anywhere that Southwest Airlines Flies
2018 Southwest Airlines Ⓡ Tickets Raffle organized by
District 5790 Lewisville Morning Rotary Club
RAFFLE Benefiting a Community Dental Project in Tirrases, Costa Rica
Raffle tickets are 1 FOR $20 | 3 FOR $50 | 7 FOR $100.
The drawing will take place on February 28, 2019
To purchase tickets on-line click here.
Successful first half of 2018-2019 Rotary Year
Rotary International President Barry Rassin has asked each of our 36,678 worldwide Rotary Clubs to report and periodically update their 2018-2019 goals in Rotary Club Central. Our club has updated it's midyear Rotary Club Central records. So far, we are doing very well this year.
We 33 completed service projects thus far and 2500 total volunteer hours (LMR members and our partners) donated in the past 6 months towards all our community service projects such as Household Hazardous Waste, CCA Pantry, Blood Drives, our fund raisers including the flag project, car show, breakfast with Santa etc. We have many achievements of which to be proud.
But, we can't rest on our laurels. Members of our BOD have identified opportunities to improve. As we move into the second half of the 2018-2019 Rotary year and help President Elect Tom Rowe organize for the 2019-2020 Rotary year, we need members to join us in implementing our New Years Resolutions:
  1. Grow membership. Induct 6 new members before June 30, 2018 through membership inviting guests to club meetings and events.
  2. Improved member participation in club committees. Each meeting, one club committee chair will update club on it's activity.
  3. Improve fund raising by engaging more sponsor participation and identification of the key fund raisers that members wish to support.
  4. Document our processes, identify emerging club leaders and provide training to succeed. 
  5. Formally recognize members that are engaged in helping the club achieve these resolutions.
Hebron High School Principal Scot Finch introduced HHS Student of the Month at Dec 20th meeting
Mr. Finch introduced the Hebron High School December Student of the Month today. Senior, Faizann Vidhani is ranked 5th in his class with 4.0 GPA that was achieved even while taking 13 advanced placement courses.
Congratulations Faizaan Vidhani - December Student of the Month!
Lewisville Morning Rotary and San Pedro Curridabat Rotary to build Mobile Dental Clinic
The Lewisville Morning Rotary and Rotary Club of San Pedro Curridabat are directing this effort to provide dental services to communities in Costa Rica. The three ton, 320 square-foot steel containers are typical of those seen in shipping yards except, for being transformed into a mobile solar-powered dental clinic by using two containers that are joined by a common roof and interstitial floor space to create an 823 square foot dental clinic. The inside, fitted with wall paneling and flooring, three dental chairs, an office, a reception, and waiting area, and restrooms. 
Our clubs have submitted a $55,000 Global Grant request to The Rotary Foundation to purchase and install equipment  for three dental chairs, an office, a reception, and waiting area, and restrooms. Currently, we need an additional $25,000 in pledges to complete the processing of the grant. Clubs can pledge to this project at by clicking here.
Lewisville Morning Rotary Event viewed on  MAD Radio Facebook Live Video.
Last Saturday, Lewisville Morning Rotary hosted its 8th Annual Flag Retirement Ceremony at the Wayne Ferguson Plaza in Lewisville, TX. We invited John Solerno host of MAD Radio to join us. John did a live video broadcast the entire event for his audience. So, in addition to those that attended, 5714 watched our #peopleofaction members host this wonderful tribute to our flag, our country and all the veterans that have served in the armed forces.
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Lewisville Morning Rotary Club Flag Program

Many of our subscribers have sent us photo's of the flag that the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club and local area boy scouts erect in their front yards on the six major holidays of the year. This video shows the photo's we have received thus far. To learn more about the Lewisville Morning Rotary Flag Program please click link here


US Flag Program

The Lewisville Morning Rotary Flag Program

Subscribe today for your flag for the 2018-2019 Holidays!

We are accepting both new (through 15 June) and renewal (through 22 June) subscriptions for the 2018-2019 season. This subscription does NOT include Memorial Day 2018 nor Flag Day 2018

The subscription fee is $8 per flag per holiday for the 2018-2019 fiscal year.

 The Lewisville Morning Rotary Club invites you to join your friends and neighbors in the Greater Lewisville area by displaying the US Flag on the following holidays: 

Tier 1 Holidays: * Independence Day * Labor Day * Patriot Day * Veterans Day * Memorial Day * Flag Day
Additional Holidays for Tier 2: * Columbus Day * Martin Luther King Day * Presidents Day * Peace Officers Memorial Day
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What happens at Household Hazardous Waste Collection?

So, what happens at Household Hazardous Waste?

To volunteer for this months event please call Todd Taylor at 214-395-2761


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Lewisville Morning

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7:00 AM on the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Thursday of month, 7 PM on the 4th Thursday of the month
Old Town Brewhouse
146 Whatley Ave
Lewisville, TX  75057
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Congratulations to member John Pokorny, recipient of Paul Harris Fellow plus 5 Award
Mr. Pokorny, a member of Lewisville Morning Rotary since 2007 was recognized at our Nov. 1st meeting with a Paul Harris plus 5 pin. The Rotary Foundation awards individuals that have received at least 6000 recognition points.
TCHS Interact Club is Rockin & Rollin
Our club sponsors the Interact Club at The Colony High School. They have over 30 members now and are planning an exciting meeting that will include the election of their officers as well as volunteering to help at the Flag Retirement Ceremony and Breakfast with Santa. And of course we will hear about their Canvas Page and Kindness Week initiatives.
LMR members that can, should consider coming to meet this dynamic group of students Wed Oct. 24th from 8:45 AM until 9 AM. 
Taylor Faye Bankroff joins Lewisville Morning Rotary
 Like many of us, Taylor is not a native Texan, but she got here as quickly as she could. She is an Indiana native that graduated from Purdue with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering. After which, she received a Masters of Business Administration Degree from Kelly School of Business in Bloomington, IN.
Currently working for Rheem Manufacturing in Lewisville as the Assistant Project Manager. She lives in Lewisville and is an active volunteer in Journey with a Dream, a Rheem community outreach program.
Taylor is pictured here with her Sponsor Bill Shaw and club president Roy Bowens
Congratulations Taylor Bankroff!
We look forward to volunteering with you as a member of the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club.
Mark Smith inducted as a member of the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club Sept. 13th
Say hello to our newly inducted member Mark Smith. Mark and his wife Nancy are 40 year residents of Lewisville. Mark recently retired from Pepsi as the IT Asset Manager for their North American operations. Mark and Nancy have one child (Trisha).
Marks Lewiville roots are deep. He is a proud Fighting Farmer. He is a 2005 graduate of the Lewisville Citizen's Police Academy. We look forward to serving along side Mark during Lewisville Morning Rotary's projects and fund raisers.
Celina Marinez joins Lewisville Morning Rotary
Celina was inducted as a member of our club on August 23rd. She is the Human Resources Manager for Rheem A/C Division here in Lewisville, Texas. She lives in Haslett, TX with her 3 children.
A member of the Kappa Delta Chi Sorority she has been committed to life of community service since her college days. We look forward to serving along side Celina during Lewisville Morning Rotary projects and fund raisers.
January 2019
End Polio Now Donation
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2018-2019 Goals
Lewisville Morning Rotary Goals
In February of 2018 the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club started their 2018-2021 Strategic Planning through a process called visioning. At our February 2nd meeting District Visioning Chair Gene Davenport was our speaker and introduced the visioning concept to the club. In a nutshell, club members were asked to provide ideas of what they thought our club should look like and be doing in the year 2021. He left us with some homework to complete before beginning our visioning process Feb 17, 2018.
Seventeen of our members participated in the visioning process which was extremely productive. We developed many ideas and homed in on a final consensus agreement of what the club should look like in 3 years. Subsequently, then club president Jeff Siebert led club members through several exercises that were intended to be a template for the plan of action for each of the next 3 years.
We have already seen some of the fruits of our efforts with the new meeting venue and flexible meeting schedule.
Since that time, club leadership has developed and reported the following goals for the 2018-2019 Rotary year, as President Elect, Tom Rowe is tasked with updating these goals and reminding us where we stand:
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