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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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Alfred Sanchez, South Texas Senior Resident Nuclear Inspector, presented today on the role of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The Commission as a whole formulates policies and regulations governing nuclear reactor and materials safety, issues orders to licensees, and adjudicates legal matters brought before it.
 
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Scott Linebrink with Water Mission came back to the Rotary Club of El Campo to give an update on the Liwaladzi Safe Water Project in Malawi. The project provides safe drinking water to Liwaladzi and the surrounding area. El Campo Rotary helped sponsor the project.

Water Mission is a non-profit Christian engineering organization that designs, builds and implements safe water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) solutions for people in developing countries and disaster areas.

If you would like more information about Water Mission, please click here.

Today at Rotary we had the privilege of having Sir James (Chevalier James Lehman) come speak about the Early Act program. Hope to see you at the next Early Act Knighting ceremony on Tuesday, January 30th, 9 a.m. at the Northside Elementary School Cafeteria.
Thursday at Rotary, we had Ekstrom Aquaculture give an update on the growth of their fish farms and plans for the future.
Judge Randy Clapp updated the club on the El Campo Memorial Hospital Capital Improvement Project. He serves as the President of the ECMH Board of Directors. ECMH is looking at building a new hospital in front of the old hospital and adding on to the clinic. The old hospital would be available to be leased out to other healthcare providers for services such as long-term rehabilitation.
 
For more information about ECMH and the services they provide, please click here.

What happens when 1 in 4 homes in a small town are flooded?

In Texas, we band together to offer what we can, do what we can, and help a community heal itself.

Please consider becoming a corporate sponsor of this fundraiser benefiting the Wharton County Recovery Team. Contact Carolyn Gibson at 979-484-7602 or ECWhartonCountyRelief@gmail.com.

 

 
 
Tyson Thorton, owner of Spirit Pioneering Farm, gave a presentation on his organic farming operation and their community supported agriculture (CSA) program. Spirit Pioneering Farm is a family owned and community-supported farm serving the Victoria, TX area. 
 
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Club Executives & Directors
President
Secretary
President-Elect
Treasurer
Sergeant-at-Arms
Past President
Director
Vocational Service Chair
Social Media & Technology
Club Service
New Generations Chair
Club Rotary Foundation Chair
Membership & Development Chair
Finance and Audit Director
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Robert Pool
    February 1
Join Date:
  • Ralph Gold
    February 1, 1985
    33 years
  • Ronny Collins
    February 1, 1986
    32 years
  • Jennifer Svetlik
    February 7, 2008
    10 years
  • Chase Nielsen
    February 20, 2014
    4 years
  • Kyle Smith
    February 24, 1998
    20 years
 
 
Speakers
Kacy Bain
Feb 22, 2018
Louise Rice Mill Project
Dawn Allison
Mar 01, 2018
Fundraiser Prep
Work Day
Mar 08, 2018
Fundraiser Night
 
Upcoming Events
 
 
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