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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Houston Heights!

Houston Heights

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 11:45 AM
Harold's Restaurant
350 W 19th St
2nd floor
Houston, TX  77008
United States
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Club members Cathy Peveto and Dave Mase visit Hamilton Intermediate to help Celebrate the school's centennial.  Our club supports the Hamilton Interact Club and its members
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Each year, the Rotary Club of Houston Heights donates bicycles to kids who have had perfect attendance at their elementary school.  Gary Miller took this photo of kids at Love Elementary.  Scott Thompson made sure the kids at Helms  Elementary got their bikes, and Dave Mase did the same at Harvard Elementary.  Congratulations to these great kids!
Find a friend and join us at the Rotary Club of Houston Heights!  You are always welcomed, and we would like to have an opportunity to tell you about our Club and Rotary International.  If you value service to your community, you'll be in the right place.  Here are Clint Horne and Chris Boyles with his guests, Tal, Ben, and Aubry.  And...once a month we have a great off-site social at an area club/restaurant in the Heights.  Come check us out and bring a friend!

Together, we provide. Children received backpacks and supplies to ensure a successful start to school- that's what people of action do. Join us Wednesdays at noon at Fratelli's to learn about our community service projects. Heightsrotary.org.

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