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Shirley Hsia
Sep 27, 2017
Traditional Chinese Culture & Shen Yun
Maurine Dickey
Oct 04, 2017
Barbecue,Boots & Badges
Avery Culver
Oct 18, 2017
Challenge Air for Kids & Friends Inc
 
 

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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.
 
 
 

Evan Hadrick has been proposed for membership with the classification of Education. 
 
Monica Scott is his sponsor.
 
Please reach out to Evan to introduce yourself.
Richardson Fire Department Chief Curtis Poovey presented the state of the art Richardson Fire Department. He entertained the audience with stories from the beginning of history up to the current state.
 
 
RERC President D. Shieferstein hands a certificate of a donation to the wheelchair foundation for Chief Spoovey coming to speak to the RER Club.
RERC held a well attended social event at Love and War in Texas. We are continuing to have one meeting per month as a social event strengthening our relationships in the club.
 
  
 
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