DUE TO THE SPREAD OF OMICROM, WE WILL MEET VIA ZOOM ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 6TH.
 
Meeting ID: 848 1835 1255
Passcode: 569748
Please join us for our hybrid meetings.
In Person & ZOOM at Rotary Club of Coppell's new home
 
8840 Cypress Waters Blvd
1st Floor, Suite 130
 
Rotary Club of Coppell will have the conference room from 5:30-7:30, the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month. Our formal meeting starts at 6 pm, but feel free to arrive early to socialize.
 
The conference room is set up for a socially distanced experience. We will be safely together. If you do not feel like the time is right for you to meet in person, the ZOOM link is below. 
 
If you arrive to the meeting past 6 pm, park on the north side of the 8840 Cypress Waters, near the handicap spaces. The back door to the building will be propped open, you will have immediate access to the conference room. At 6 pm the front doors lock. Feel free to text 214-725-9591 if you an any entry problems.
 
Join Zoom Meeting
 
 
Our annual holiday party is ON! Bring a Barbie or doll or color for our "Barbie Like Me" toy drive. Bring a side dish, dessert and BYOB! Please RSVP to Suzy at 214-725-9591
Calendar of Events
Coppell High School Interact Club Earns Rotary Presidential Citation
The 2020-21 CHS Interact Club achieved the Rotary International Presidential Citation.  This award recognizes student clubs that support Rotary International's action plan by completing activities to increase impact, expand reach, enhance participant engagement, and increase Rotary's ability to adapt. 
 
In order to earn this recognition, the club had to complete at least 11 of 20 specific goals set forth by Rotary International.  Despite restrictions due to COVID, this club stayed engaged virtually with each other and our District, and led the charge in two service projects to help local and international families in need.
 
The 21-22 Interact Club, led by Maruthi Eranki hosted a pizza party for students interested in joining and being part of over 15,000 clubs world-wide who work to make a difference in their communities.  For more information about Rotary or Interact email info@coppellrotary.org
 
From left to right are:
Maruthi Eranki, President, CHS Interact Club
John Hill, Foundation Chair, Coppell Rotary Club
Kavin Sampath, Vice President, CHS Interact Club
 
Coppell Rotarian learned CPR & First Aid at Coppell Life Safety Park
Coppell Rotarian Crystal Bates, "Why do you celebrate Black History?"
Coppell Library asked our own Rotarian Crystal Bates to contribute to their Black History presentation: "Why do you celebrate Black History?" Sit back and enjoy! She is amazing!!
 
DG John Moser Installs Coppell 21-22 Board Members
When you see this sign, you know you have arrived and are welcome!
This induction drew a large crowd. We are so happy to be together.
Your 2021-2022 Board. Ready to serve our club and have fun.
Team Pink Crushes the Competition for the Coppell Chamber of Commerce
Our Rotary team assisted the Coppell Chamber of Commerce with a membership drive.
Rotarians were part of Coppell Fire Chief, Kevin Richardson's Pink Team.
Team Fire, the pink team, finished 1st among the 6 teams, bringing in 25% of the event total. Our shift team followed through 
and had 3 more memberships that came in this morning. So not surprisingly, the pink team was named as the most competitive.
We exchanged Rotary Flags with Rotarian Dr. S Sudalaiyandi, of the Rotary Club of Ambasamudram. Dr. Sudalaiyandi is a Rotarian of 35 years. He was visiting family in Coppell and joined us.
Coppell High School Interact Club organized a food drive with other Interact Clubs across North Texas for the Salvation Army.
 
Under the leadership of Coppell's Interact President, Yashasvi Karri, enough food was collected to feed 88 families for a week.  In addition to food, the packages contained hygiene materials and socks.  
 
Individuals in the photo (left to right):
Interact Club members:  Maruthi Eranki, Lalitha Saddarsanam, Yashasvi Karri.  Salvation Army:  Kathleen Kouns, Alvin Migues and Anthony Hobson
 
Coppell Rotarian Crystal Bates,
"Why do you celebrate Black History?"
Coppell Library asked our own Rotarian Crystal Bates to contribute to their Black History presentation: "Why do you celebrate Black History?" Sit back and enjoy! She is amazing!!
Rotary Club of Coppell is an active supporter of the Coppell Community Garden Blueberry Patch
High School Students! Join the Interact Club of Coppell
Our first meeting for the Interact Club of Coppell was a success!  Sponsored by the Coppell Rotary Club, this is a service organization for students in grades 9-12. Members have fun, develop new friendships while gaining leadership skills and serving our local and international community!  Home schooled and students  from all 9-12 grade campuses in Coppell are welcome! For more information, email info@coppellrotary.org. #coppellinteract
 

Interact clubs bring together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self. Find out how serious leadership can be seriously fun.

YOU CAN LEASE A FLAG FOR YOUR HOME!
 
Rotary Lease Flags fly across Coppell on 5 major flag holidays. Click the LEASE A FLAG button above to get a flag for your home.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
 
The Rotary Club of Coppell is working hard virtually to make a difference in our community.  We donated 500 masks to the City of Coppell for Texas State Primary Runoff Elections and will be donating more for future elections.
INTERNATIONAL PROJECT: TRAIN & HELP BABIES
The Coppell Rotary Club began partnering with a local Coppell non-profit, Train and Help Babies trainandhelpbabies.com in 2016 and the collaboration continues to grow.
Train and Help the Babies Inc (Train & Help Babies or T&HB) is a 501c non-profit organization founded by doctors Sumana Nanjundachar and Prakash Kabbur of Coppell, Texas to reduce neonatal deaths worldwide. To date T&HB has saved 61 babies at our first training location in Hubli, India at the Karnataka Institute of Medical Science.
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