Speaker Date Topic
Club Social Event Aug 28, 2019
NO MEETING

Rescheduled Social Event

Betty Goff Sep 04, 2019
Feed My Starving Children

BIO COMING SOON

CLUB SOCIAL EVENT Sep 11, 2019
NO MEETING
Terry McBride City of Richardson Health Department Sep 18, 2019
Water Quality

BIO COMING SOON

Nancy Church-U.S. Corp of Engineers Sep 25, 2019
Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria
Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

Nancy Church is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Logistics Planner.

Nancy supports the contingency operations and is involved in all phases of an operation from prepareness to planning and recovery. While she supports military contingency operations and specific missions, much of her time is committed to the missions under FEMA's Emergency Support Function for Public Works and Engineering.

Because of her vast experiences with numerous disasters, Nancy's willingness to take on new roles to expand her knowledge base, as well as creating processes and procedures for enhancing mission rersponsiveness, she has been deemed a subject expert in several areas including super storms,ice storms and hurricanes. She spent more than six months in Puertot Rico following Hurricane Mara with the Corps Temporary Emergency Power Mission.

She has recieved recieved numerous accocomodation medals for her support and her intiatives for improving response efforts.

RISD Coaches Oct 02, 2019
2019-2020 Football
CLUB SOCIAL EVENT Oct 09, 2019
NO MEETING

No Meeting 

NO MEETING- Oct 16, 2019
FRAZEE FIESTA PARTY- OCTOBER 19, 2019

Frazee -Fiesta Dinner Saturday October 19, 2019

Marjorie Herrera Lewis Oct 23, 2019
Author : When the Men Were Gone

 

Marjorie Herrera Lewis

www.marjorieherreralewis.com

Trailblazer! That term apply describes the professional career and accomplishments of Marjorie Herrera Lewis. Four years after she began her long sports journalism career in the 1980s, she was hired on by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and assigned to cover college football, basketball and professional tennis. Five years later, Marjorie’s journalism career took her from the Star-Telegram to The Dallas Morning News. Along the way, she covered the Dallas Cowboys (NFL), Texas Rangers (MLB), Dallas Mavericks (NBA), the Super Bowl, Wimbledon, the U. S. Open, Davis Cup tennis as well as many other events.

Marjorie is author of When the Men Were Gone (Morrow/HarperCollins), a novel based on the true story of a woman who coached football in Brownwood, Texas during World War II. She is also co-editor of SportsDay Bound (second edition, Abilene Christian University Press, 2018), a collection of sports stories published by The Dallas Morning News.

She checked off one of her sports bucket list items when she answered an advertisement to be an assistant football coach. In 2017, Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas, brought back football for the first time since the 1941 season, and Marjorie was hired to assist with linebackers and defensive backs. She is was an extra set of coaching eyes from the press box on game days.

When she wasn’t attending 6 a.m. football practices, riding team buses on 10-hour football game road trips, or writing, Marjorie was teaching Media Ethics and Digital Media Writing classes at the University of North Texas, which she continues to serve in that capacity. She has also taught at The University of Tulsa, The University of Texas-Arlington, and the Dallas County Community College District.

Sports

CLUB SERVICE EVENT Oct 30, 2019
NO MEETING
CLUB SOCIAL EVENT Nov 13, 2019
NO MEETING
Mitchell Glieber Nov 20, 2019
President of State Fair of Texas

BIO COMING SOON

Mark Denny Dec 04, 2019
22 years on mission in Romania"

Bio coming