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The Playground is coming together and the Rotary Garden as well. Karen and D paid a visit to check on the progress.
COR Park & Recreation staff and members of RERC got their hands dirty by helping out the contractors installing the Ann Eisemann Inclusive Playground on Friday.  Amazing to see the progress that has been made and it so much easier now to see a ribbon cutting ceremony in the not to distant future.
In the back are the RERC helpers and in the front the COR Park and Recreation staff.
We had four amazing RISD students competing in our yearly 4-way speech competition. Kenn Smith together with his timers and judges had a tough job to crown the winner. 
In the picture from left to right are: Angelica Bannister (1st place), McCailyn Lowry (3rd place), Karen Ellis (RERC President), Dylan Thompson (2nd place) and Patchen Walker (4th place).
Angelica and McCailyn attend JJ Pierce HS and Dylan and Patchen attend Berkner HS.
We had a fantastic games and gala with a large crowd enjoying all the things we had to offer.  A BIG thank you to all our guests, sponsors and donors!!
We had the pleasure to induct Hieu Huynh at our Happy Hour at Fox and the Hound on 2/13.
In the picture our President Elect Bill Alsup is seen with Hieu.
Hieu's classification is Optometrist.
What an amazing milestone in the history of RERC and the City of Richardson! Ground broken today for the Ann Eisemann Inclusive Playground, attended by over 150 people despite the frigid temperature! Our small but mighty Club was able to raise $500,000, partner with our City Parks & Rec Dept and will create a wonderful destination for inclusive play, an oasis for all ages! God loves a cheerful giver, and Richardson is blessed with many!
For all pictures, please go to the photoalbums/playground-ground-breaking 
Monica and Glenn Scott hosted opened their home for the traditional Christmas party this year. A lot of camaraderie and fun. And of course the traditional white elephant gift exchange where you can win all kinds of useful items :-) Thank you Monica and Glenn!
As a long standing tradition the choir from Forest Ridge elementary school visited us an performed a great program. This is such a nice program and it's always a big treat for the club.
On 10/31 a number of individuals from RERC volunteered at Network of Community Ministries.
Karen Ellis, Ted Ellis, Joe Allinder, Tommie Wright, Laurie Garvey, D. Schieferstein, Tom Hummel, Doug Crosby, Kenn Smith, George McKearin and Bill Walker helped with sorting clothes.
Ann and Charles Eisemann visited RERC and presented a check of $125,000 to the Richardson East Rotary Foundation Chair David Frazee towards the Inclusive Playground. In the picture Charles is flanked by RERF Chair David and RERC President Karen Ellis. Ann and Charles are the Naming Right Donors for the park.
For more information on the story, see https://www.cor.net/Home/Components/News/News/3877/73…
NOW is the perfect time to give, as any donation received by Dec. 15 will be matched up to $50,000. It's like doubling your money!
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