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What We`ve Been Up To
David Weiland, presents a plaque's of appreciation to sponsors of the Cotton Patch Challenge. This ride had it's challenges with health requirement restrictions, but was a total success for 2020. We are looking forward to celebrating with an even larger event with the 25th anniversary ride, scheduled for September 18, 2021.  Thank you for supporting the Cotton Patch Challenge and the Greenville Rotary Club.
 
Past President, Katy Ridge speaks to the director's of CASA, WIN and CAC about the Rotary Convention that was held over the past weekend April 23rd.  & 24th. Katy was able to collect and have the club distribute the toy's to the Children's Advocacy Center,  Women In Need and CASA of Hunt County. The benefit of this project will be be measured in smiles.
 
 
 
 
Membership Chair, David Ellis, presents Lonny Schonfeld with his Blue badge during the regularly scheduled meeting. 
 
 
 
Kevin Banks, Venue/Tourism manager and GMA Manager provided the club with all that was going on with the GMA over the past year. Kevin said that very few shows had been cancelled many of the artist and events had re-scheduled for a different date. There were several events held at the GMA since March 2020, but were limited to the seating capacity in the auditorium due to Covid protocols. Tourism has shown to increase over the past months helping our community's shopping and restaurants.  Plan your schedule for some of the upcoming concerts and shows, like the musical Newsies, concerts by John Conlee, Crystal Gayle, Mickey Gilley, The Gatlins and the Dallas Symphony. 
 
 
 
 
Dennis Prentice and his wife Sharon, presented to the club about the beautiful Casa Sharona located in Cozumel. They have owned the condominium since 2015 and have donated a weeks stay in October to help the Rotary Clubs of Cozumel and Greenville. The club also was given the locals view of best places to dive, snorkel, eat or just hang out and watch the sunsets. To find out on how you can get a chance to stay at Casa Sharona and enjoy all of the extra's provided, see a member of the Greenville Rotary club for more information.  
 
Women In Need Executive Director, Jeff Landers, spoke to the Greenville Rotary at the noon meeting. Mr. Landers shared with the club several of the services provided - 24 hour hotline, emergency shelter, legal advocacy, counseling services and prevention education. You can get involved by volunteering, donate items to My Sister's Closet, shop at one of the four My Sister's Closet locations, Greenville, Quinlan, Commerce and Rockwall or you can make a  donation on their website www.wintexas.org.
Kami Williams, Marketing Specialist with GEUS and fellow Rotarian, gives the club an update on how GEUS managed the storm and the rolling blackouts. 
Kelly Current RDN, LD Clinical Nutrition Manager  at Hunt Regional Medical Center, gives a presentation to the club about a heart healthy diet.
Bert Cooper director of Community Seeds accepts a donation from the Greenville Rotary club. 
Greenville Rotary Club member's Don McBride, Byron Chitwood, David Weiland and Dr. John Coble receive a pin and certificate of appreciation from the Club on Veteran's Day. Thank you all, for your dedication and service. 
Cynthia Ard accepts a check for the Salvation Army.
 
Couple of pictures of the Blood Drive. We collected 17 units. Great turnout from our community.
Tammy Shaefer, Sandra Bell and Scott Cornuaud receive Blue badges.
 
Dana Cash accepts a check from the Greenville Rotary club for Bra's for the Cause. 
 
 
Collecting peanut butter and jelly for the M.A.R.K. program.  This project lead by Rotarian Liz Patterson, helps the Hunt County Shared Ministries provide meals to at risk kids. 
 
 
 
Trina Coldiron and Pamela Vicars are presented Blue Badges for their mentor Katy Ridge and membership chair Keith Burns.
Greenville Rotary presents a check to CASA on North Texas Giving Day September 17th.
Rotarian Trina Coldiron signing up to donate blood at the Rotary Blood Drive September 14th.
After a wonderful presentation the Boys & Girls Club received a donation from Rotary to support one child on February 5th.
We welcome our newest Red Badge member Scott Cornuaud. We're so pleased to have you as a part of our growing Rotary Family.
Janie Shasteen was honored as Student of the month from GISD. She plays the Oboe in a wind ensemble, color guard captain, theater, NHS Vice President and on the student council. All of that plus a 4.2 GPA. Well deserved for they wonderful young lady. One of our own.
Regina Gasaway has been teaching for 35 years and is now a kindergarten teacher for GISD. She was our Rotary Teacher of the Month for February.
Donaghe Buick GMC was honored for being a long time Title Sponsor of the Cotton Patch Challenge. Not only does he generously support it with finances, they also provide new GMC trucks for SAG vehicle on ride day. Thank you from Rotary and the charities those funds assist.
 
Josie Luna accepts a certificate for December's Teacher of the Month from the Greenville Rotary Club President, Katy Ridge. Josie Luna, a teacher at LP Waters Elementary was introduced to the club by her principal Dr. Michelle Baird.
 
Jayde Sickels, receives the student of the month award from the Greenville Rotary Club. Jayde is a multi sport athlete playing softball & volleyball for Greenville High School. This year she was selected 1st. team all district in volleyball and was selected to play in the Texas Girls Coaches Association All Star Game. She will continue to play volleyball in college while studying for her degree in kinesiology and education.
Jayde along with her parents, grandmother (Rotarian Debbie Sickels), principal Heath Jarvis are presented the certificate by club President Katy Ridge.

David Weiland presents a plaque recognizing Staff Sergeant Marvin Denney, for meritorious service to our county. Staff Sergeant Denny joined the military at a very young age. He served in Vietnam and was part of the 4th Aviation Division that was attached to the 4th Infantry Division. During his time in the military he was awarded several metals, Vietnam Air Metal, Good Conduct Metal, Humanitarian Metal and a Purple Heart to name a few. Staff Sergeant Denny was shot down three times in one month while flying missions in Vietnam. This is true Service Above Self. Thank you Mr. Denney for your 23 years of service to our country. You are a True American Patriot!

 

Congratulations to Steve Davis Miller on being named the Rotary Student of the Month for November! Steve is a lineman on the Greenville High School varsity football team and enjoys computers, electronics, 3-D modeling and video editing. He plans on studying engineering at Texas Tech. Awesome job, Steve!

Steve Lewis

 
Rotary Stories of Success

 

 Jan 31 –Feb 4

Join Greenville Rotary Club for our annual visit to the CAM School in Cozumel, MX. We will port in Cozumel all day on Saturday February 2nd to perform a service project and have fun with the kids, parents and local Rotarians.

Contact Kim or Keith Quimby to book

903-883-5190

keithq@verizon.net

Greenville Noon Rotary was delighted to hear from the latest RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) participants during our August 9th meeting!
Computer LabThe Rotary District 5810 had a successful International Project visit to CAM Laboral (Centro De Attencion Multiple). This is a school for children ages 12-18 (some older because they are allowed to stay) who have multiple attention or sensory problems, like blindness, deafness, autism, and many other issues.  We made our first stop here to see the work of the International Grant between the Greenville, Tx Rotary Club and the Cozumel Rotary Club, phase II of the completion of the Computer Lab.
 

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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Gary Herbst
    May 7
  • Larry Mays
    May 12
  • John Coble
    May 17
  • Kami Williams
    May 19
  • Kim Quimby
    May 28
  • Byron Chitwood
    May 31
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Marlen Carter
    May 17
Anniversaries:
  • Richard Carter
    Marlen Carter
    May 17
Join Date:
  • Byron Chitwood
    May 1, 1989
    32 years
  • Troy Brakefield
    May 19, 2010
    11 years
  • Charles W. Shirey
    May 21, 1957
    64 years
  • Larry Mays
    May 22, 2004
    17 years
  • Nancy Young
    May 22, 2013
    8 years
  • Tom Hosey
    May 22, 1996
    25 years
  • Ryan Shaw
    May 29, 2019
    2 years