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Rotary Club of North Shore
P.O. Box 9635
Houston, Texas 77213-0635
USA
 
 
 
 
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Lowell Everitt
    February 1
  • Bill Ballew
    February 17
  • Gene Blasingame
    February 17
  • Dee Kennedy
    February 22
  • Andrew Davila
    February 23
Spouse Birthdays:
  • Vicki Wolcik
    February 2
Anniversaries:
  • Geoff Atwater
    Vivian
    February 1
  • Dee Kennedy
    H D Kennedy
    February 9
  • Dan Meaux
    Jennifer Meaux
    February 15
Join Date:
  • Don Spies
    February 1, 2007
    11 years
  • George Cox
    February 2, 2012
    6 years
  • William Raffetto
    February 14, 2014
    4 years
  • Terri Denny
    February 16, 2004
    14 years
  • DJ Alonso
    February 23, 2017
    1 year
  • Geoff Atwater
    February 23, 2017
    1 year
  • Jose Jimenez
    February 23, 2017
    1 year
 
Club Information

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North Shore

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Holiday Inn East
16311 East Freeway
Channelview, TX  77530-4134
United States
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Our very own Frank Nadolney
awarded for 50 YEARS PERFECT ATTENDANCE
CONGRATULATIONS TO LOWELL EVERITT FOR 2016/2017 Board Member of the Year
CONGRATULATIONS TO DAVID GRAY FOR 2016/2017 Rotarian of the Year
 
 
 

North Shore Rotary 42nd Annual Fundraiser - May 20, 2017

"Keep Calm and Fish Fry On" is the theme for this year’s 42nd annual Catfish Fry & Crawfish Boil Fundraiser.  The event, which has made our club legendary in the Rotary world, will be held on Saturday, May 20, 2017 from 11:00 am-3:00 pm, at the North Shore Rotary Pavilion located at 14350 Wallisville Road. Incoming club president, Adam Lund, promises “this will be an AWESOME event”.
Our Club Stands out again at our 2016/2017 District Conference                                            
CONGRATULATIONS
2016/2017 President of the Year for Large Club: Kimberly Gonzales
2016/2017 Dedication and efforts for growing membership within our district
Derrill Painter
2016/2017 Public Image : For Dedication and Efforts for outstanding work for our Public Image in District
Amir Khan
We are very proud to be a sponsor again this year for our annual area North Channel Relay for Life for 2017
The event will take place on May 5, 2017 at the North Shore 9th Grade campus track, come see us at our booth
 
Welcome our newest members to our club:  Jose Jimenez, Geoff Atwater and Dagoberto Alonzo
John Parrott, Eric Evans, Andrew Harrell and Robert Boaz
MAJOR DONORS:                           
Donald Hammock/Marti Hammock: Level 1                  
Glen Holloway:  Level 1                                              
Bill Palko/Debbie Palko: Level 2                                   
Mark Mulloy/Carolyn Mulloy: Level 2                          
DR BJ Westbrook/Rosalie Westbrook: Level 4              
PDG John Painter/Diane Painter: Level 4
Dr Donald Nino: Level 1
Derrill Painter: Level 1
 
 
BEQUEST SOCIETY:  
Charles Grant:  Level 1
WW Rowland: Level 1
Dr Donald Nino: Level 2
Bill Palko/Debbie Palko: Level 2
PDG John Painter/Diane Painter: Level 3
DR BJ Westbrook: Level 7
 
 BENEFACTORS:
Bill Ballew                Bill Bowes
Debra Planty            Charles Grant
Dr Allatia Harris        BR Hendrix
Eddie Miller              Jim Mills
Dan Mims                Dr Donald Nino
Wayne Oquin           PDG John Painter
Bill Parker                Fred Saunders
Cary Stephens          Scott Stephens
Dr BJ Westbrook
 
The schedule below is for Early Act First Knight (EAFK) ceremonies for remainder of the 2017 school year.  This is a very good program that our rotary club supports.  Please mark your calendars and plan to attend a few of the ceremonies throughout the year.  If you can just take 2 or 3 hours a month out of your schedule to attend a ceremony, you will be blessed by the opportunity to see the elementary children recite the 4-way test and be knighted for the virtues: Tolerance, Respect, Responsibility, Confidence, Discipline, Perseverance, Honesty, Compassion, Friendliness, and Service.For more information, contact Terri Gillis-Denny
 
 
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