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El Campo

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:05 PM
Civic Center
2350 N. Mechanic St.
El Campo, TX  77437-2343
United States
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El Campo Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Wayne Condra and the varsity Senior Players visited with the Club today. Coach Condra gave everyone a recap on the season to this point and expectations for district play. Go Ricebirds!
Mike Box from Box Wheelchairs told the Club how he began building custom wheelchairs. He builds chairs for everyday use and athletic events.
For information, please click here.

Today, 4-H Extension Agent Laura Reyna and 4-H’ers: Hannah Chumchal, Zoey Zahn and Lana Foyt discussed 4-H. Laura gave an overview of the program, while Hannah, Zoey and Lana discussed the projects they are involved in.

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Yesterday, Pastor Wayne Clement of Christ Lutheran Church and Russell Hill discussed Shall Not Hunger. It is a local charity which provides food for children in socioeconomic hardship.

For more information, please visit their Facebook page by clicking here.

Deacon Jones, Special Assistant for the Sugar Land Skeeters, and Kyle Dawson, Assistant General Manager for Community Engagement, gave today's presentation. Kyle gave an update on how the team was doing this season. Deacon told stories of his career in the Minor Leagues and working his way to the Majors during the 1950's and 1960's. He also told us of some of the adversity he faced as a baseball player during segregation.

El Campo Club mourns loss of life-long Rotarian, Joe E. Richards.

The Rotary Club of El Campo is saddened to report the loss of a life-long Rotarian, Joe Edward Richards, who passed away on August the 9th, 2018.
Joe began his love of Rotary while attending Palacios High School by becoming a Junior Rotarian and held the distinction as a Rotarian for 75 years. 
After high school he joined the U.S. Air Force. Upon his return to El Campo, he was nominated for membership to the Rotary Club of El Campo in 1944. Two years later, he moved to Wharton , where he and then Rotary District Gov. Farley Sanford helped to charter the Wharton Rotary Club in 1949. 
Richards eventually moved back to El Campo and rejoined the El Campo Club in 1967. He served as president from 1976-1977 and was also a Paul Harris Fellow. 
In 1973, Joe E. nominated his son, Joe H. (Little Joe) as a member and in 1996, son-in-law Tom Perilloux was nominated by Joe E. At that time they were the only family to have three members as Rotarians in the El Campo Club.
In 2014, Richards was selected as the honoree of the Rotary Club of El Campo's annual fundraiser and celebrated his 70th year as a Rotarian. Richards had faithfully supported and attended Rotary meetings and events throughout his 75 years as a Rotarian.
Even in his later years, after he could no longer drive, Richards made sure someone could get him to Rotary.Well done, Good Fellow, well done.
Today, Chad Waligura, creator and Editor of Able Outdoors, described how Able Outdoors got its start. It brings the entire accessible outside world into one place, to be an information source for everything outdoors: hunting, fishing, travel and all types of outdoor recreation. They connect individuals with the resources that will help them explore their abilities despite any challenges that may exist and to promote the opportunities that are out there waiting to be experienced.
For more information, visit them by clicking here.

Last Thursday, Chief Appraiser Tylene Gamble with the Wharton County Central Appraisal District gave a very informative presentation on how to protest your property appraisal.

For more information from the Wharton County CAD, click here.

Kenna Lucas, owner of El Campo Lost Lagoon RV Resort, gave the Club an overview of the progress of the RV Resort and a look at what the final result will look like.

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Today, Sanjay Sharma, President of Rotary Club of Houston Skyline and District Community Service Chair, gave a presentation on attracting new members to Rotary. He discussed various ways his club is attracting 
Millennials to join Rotary.
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Membership & Development Chair
Finance and Audit Director
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Richard Kerzee
    October 1
  • Daniel Hammock
    October 2
  • Mark Biskup
    October 3
  • Paul Phillips
    October 14
  • Rebecca Munos
    October 16
  • Paul Herrmann
    October 19
  • Shawn Freeman
    October 20
  • Scott Rod
    October 21
Join Date:
  • Bruce Meyer
    October 1, 2005
    13 years
  • Gary Williamson
    October 1, 2012
    6 years
  • Shannon Srubar
    October 12, 2017
    1 year
  • J.J. Croix
    October 19, 2000
    18 years
  • Donnie Clapp
    October 26, 2017
    1 year
  • Daniel Hammock
    October 28, 2004
    14 years
  • Mindi Snyder
    October 28, 2010
    8 years
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The Rotary Foundation inducted into University of Oxford’s Chancellor’s Court of Benefactors

The Rotary Foundation inducted into University of Oxford’s Chancellor’s Court of BenefactorsThe Rotary Foundation has been welcomed into the University of Oxford’s Chancellor’s Court of Benefactors for its continuous support of the