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On 18 November, Rotary General Secretary John Hewko and a team of Rotary staff will join Rotary Senior Leaders, members from Arizona, and around the world in El Tour de Tucson to raise funds for polio eradication. The team has set a fundraising goal of $10 million, including the 2-to-1 match from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.Read a blog post from a member of the team, and learn how you can support the effort.
 
 
 
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We had drinks and dinner, made friends with others at the restaurant and was photo bombed - Rotary recruiting at it's best!

 

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On 10/14 the Frazee's invited the members of the Richardson East Rotary Club to Mexican Fiesta to their beautiful home in Frisco. Members enjoyed delicious drinks from the bar and scrumptious Mexican food from Uncle Julio's prepared on the grill in the backyard. A lot of camaraderie and fun was enjoyed. Below follows a few pictures from the Fiesta.
 
  
 
  
 
 

Maurine Dickey visited RERC to speak about Barbecue, Boots & Badges. On the picture she is receiving a certificate from club president D. Schieferstein showing that a donation was made for her to the wheelchair foundation for coming to speak to RERC.

Since 1941, the Dickey family has taken pride in serving slow-smoked barbecue in their local communities. Today, the Dickey family and its family of restaurants takes pride in serving those who serve our communities, local police and firefighters.  This evolution in community involvement and civic stewardship is Barbecue, Boots & Badges. The foundation, enthusiastically led by Maurine Dickey, supports local law enforcement, firefighters and their families. The foundation is national, yet the support is intensely local — benefiting law enforcement and firefighters who put their lives on the line every day, serving the public. This is a way for Dickey’s Barbecue to serve in return.

Barbecue, Boots & Badges also creates partnerships between law enforcement and communities that are crucial in orchestrating crime reduction programs and initiatives.

Please Welcome our newest member Evan Hadrick to the Club.
 
Evan is the Development Specialist for the Canyon Creek Learning Center. He is a past attendee to Rotary Leadership Camp, educator, and coach who has lived in Richardson for two years.
 
Evan's classification is Development Specialist - Education
 
He is nominated by Monica Scott.
 
 
Evan is flanked by Sponsor Monica Scott and President D. Schieferstein
 
 
Our speaker on our lunch meeting 9-20-17 was Hon. Mike Cantrell.
 
Commissioner Mike Cantrell was elected to office of Justice of the peace in 1986 in precinct 4 (Garland Area). He was elected to a second 4-year term in 1990 and served a total of 8 years. In 1994 Commissioner Cantrell was elected to the Dallas County Commissioner for district 2 where he currently serves.
 
 
Hon. Mike Cantrell receiving a certificate of donation to the Wheelchair Foundation by RERC President D Schieferstein.
The formation of the small groups have been announced. The purpose of the small groups is to encourage networking between the members to create a stronger club. The main focus for the groups will be on social events where the group members meet to have fun and get to know each other well. The groups should be meeting once per quarter.
 
The meetings should be documented with pictures and a blurb for our bulletin and website.
 
Please click more for information about who is in which group.
 
Shortly the formation of the new small groups will be announced. The purpose of the small groups is to encourage networking between the members to create a stronger club. The main focus for the groups will be on social events where the group members meet to have fun and get to know each other well.
 
The meetings should be documented with pictures and a blurb for our bulletin and website.
 
Stay tuned for more information and who will be in your group.

North Texas Giving Day (NTGD) was a success for RERC, we received a total of $4,250 in donations that will go towards our Signature Project, an Inclusive playground at Cottonwood Park in Richardson.
 
Thanks to the help of our generous donors and supporters RERC has raised a total of $31,250 since our kick-off this summer. With the NTGD donations we took another big step at reaching our target of $250,000 to make the Cottonwood Park an Inclusive playground.
 
We would also like to thank SAGE, the RISD Council of PTA's organization for Special and Gifted Education for their support in promoting NTGD and the Inclusive Playground to their constituency.
 
The next opportunity to support our efforts will be a special meal and entertainment hosted by Wildflower Patio and Grill on Tuesday, Oct. 10. This popular restaurant at the II Creeks area (formerly Marcus Cafe) will have a happy hour, fixed price three-course meal and entertainment by Ellis Island with a portion of all proceeds going to the Inclusive Playground. This would make a great date night for a good cause. Watch for details soon.
 
 
 

 
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