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The Biggest Little Club in District 5890.

Highlands

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
United Methodist Church
107 West Houston St.
Highlands, TX  77562
United States
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HIGHLANDS ROTARY CLUB
Invites you to the 11th Annual
3- Hole Washer Board
Charity Tournament
 
September 16, 2017
2 pm - 6 pm 
Tournament starts at 2 pm SHARP
Entries must be in before 1:30 pm on September 16, 2017 – NO EXCEPTIONS
Charlie’s Ice House
906 N. Main Street
Highlands, TX  77562
 
2 - Person per team
Double Elimination
$50.00 per team entry
Awards & PRIZE MONEY for top 3 teams: $150, $100, and $50
Limited 50 teams
Sponsorships also available
Questions or Information:  Contact Diana Weaver at (281) 324-6139
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The Highlands Rotary Club welcomes the 2011-2012 Youth Exchange Student.  Highlands Rotary hosted a Welcome Party  on Thursday, August 18th.  In attendance were club members, District Governor-Elect Chris Schneider, friends and members of the Interact Clubs from the Chinquapin School and Goose Creek Memorial High School.  Mariam arrived Tuesday evening after a long flight from Peralta Navarre Spain.  Mariam will start 11th grade at Goose Creek Memorial High School which she has already had the oppportunity to visit.  Eduardo Belalcazar, Interact District 5890 President, attended along with 3 other Interact Club Officers, Miguel, Lizette, and Jordan.  The five had the chance to visit, get to know each other and give Mariam some tips about the school here.

 The Highlands Rotary Club is pleased to have Mariam and looks forward to the year ahead.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rotary Club of Highlands held its annual scholarship banquet on Monday, May 9, 2011 at the Highlands Community Center. The Club awarded $30,000 to eighteen area students. Receipients included seniors attending Goose Creek Memorial High School, The Chinquapin School in Highlands, Crosby High School and four returning college students. The scholarship committee, consisting of Highlands Rotarians, reviewed a total of 42 applications. The competition was remarkable but by scoring applications based on academics, community service, school activities, leadership and financial need, the committee was able to select eighteen very deserving students.

The Sun Shines on The Highlands Rotary Club and annual fundraiser is a huge success netting approximately $70,000 for community projects.

Congratulations to the Rotary Club of Highlands for another successful fundraiser.  Just one day before the event, unusual icy conditions kept people at home and off the roads threatening the event.  E-mails went out to let supporters know that the event was not postponed.  Although it was a cold morning to start, the sun came out and temperatures rose to a balmy 50 degrees...perfect weather for a bowl chili.  Supporters of the club came out in record numbers to show their support for the Highlands Rotary Club  The club netted approximately $70,000 for future projects thanks to sponsorships, raffle ticket sales and a record breaking live auction.

 

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HIGHLANDS ROTARY CLUB

Invites you to the 8th Annual

3- Hole Washer Board

Charity Tournament

 

September 13, 2014

12pm - 4pm 

Tournament starts at 12pm SHARP

Entries must be in before 11:30am on September 13, 2014 – NO EXCEPTIONS

Charlie’s Ice House

906 N. Main Street

Highlands, TX  77562

 

2 - Person per team

Double Elimination

$50.00 per team entry

Awards & PRIZE MONEY for top 3 teams: $150, $100, and $50

Limited 50 teams

Sponsorships also available

Questions or Information:  Contact Raymond Gonzalez at (281)413-5453

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Rotarians are planning for their Annual Chili Feast, Raffle and Auction set for Saturday, February 1st.  Contact any Highlands Rotarian to purchase your tickets.

 A GREAT CHILI BOWL is only part of the fun at each year's Rotary Chili Feast. Music, Fantastic Raffle Prizes including a new 2011 Chevrolet Camaro, Drinks and Desserts, Live and Silent Auctions make for a great day with lots of friends and neighbors. A Highlands tradition for over 35 years.

Highlands Rotarians hosted their annual washer tournament benefitting The Rotary Foundation.  The event was a huge success netting approximately $10,000.  The event included about 30 teams in the washer tournament, live auction, silent auction, and raffle.   A fun time was had by members and participants.

 

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The 2011 District Conference will be held April 28 - 30, 2011, at the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort & Spa in Bastrop, TX. Come see all the activities of District 5890.  District 5890 is alive and vibrant.  See how to make your club grow and maintain membership.  Learn why the Rotary Foundation is important to your Club, District 5890 and the world as a whole. Early Bird Registration Special: Register for 2011 District Conference and get $20 discount. 

4th Annual 3-Hole Washer Tournament.  

Saturday, September 11,2010

@ Charlie's Ice House 

906 N Main

Highlands,TX 

 
Dear Polio Eradication Champions, The Good News- Only 3 Polio cases were reported in the 4 Endemic PAIN (Pakistan-Afghanistan-India-Nigeria) countries this week. See the attached Update for the complete case report.
Rotarians delivered 250 personalized dictionaries to the 3rd grade students at Highlands Elementary School.  Highlands Rotary is a Partner in Education with Highlands Elementary School.  The Dictionary Project is is just one of the annual projects the club participates in through Partners in Education.

 

May 16, 2013
HIGHLANDS – The Rotary Club of Highlands presented 18 students with scholarships last Tuesday evening at an awards banquet, held at the Community Center. The scholarships, in amount varying from $1500 to $2500, totaled $30,000. The money was raised at community events, especially the Chili Feast held annually in February.

The Rotary Club of Highlands is excited to have been partnered with Highlands Elementary School for the 2009-2010 school year. The partnership is off to a great start with many activities planned for students and staff. One planned activity that has proven popular with students is being treated to birthday cake during their birthday month.
 

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