Are you interested in giving back to your local community, meeting a diverse group of service-minded professionals, and having some fun? Skyline might just be the place for you!
 
The Rotary Club of Houston Skyline will be hosting an open house so friends, family, and others can come learn more about Rotary, our club, and the impact we are having on our community.
 
Join us starting at 5PM for a social hour, including appetizers, networking, and an incredible view of the Houston skyline from the 43rd floor of Wedge Tower downtown. A short program about Rotary will commence at 6PM.
 
Strato550 is our primary meeting home and it was recently fully renovated, boasting a beautiful bar, restaurant, and meeting space. It includes an observation deck with a stunning view of our wonderful city.
 
 
 
AGENDA:
* Volunteer arrival/Breakfast 7:30am - 8:00am
* Service efforts 8:00am - 11:00am
* Group lunch and socializing 11:15am - 1:00pm
For 14th year in a row, we invite you to open your heart and roll up your sleeves for a day of community service with your fellow Houston Waves and Rotary Club of Houston Skyline!
 
Join Pepperdine alumni, parents, and Rotary Skyline friends to partner with Finca Tres Robles Urban Farm, an organization sustainably growing produce to be sold directly to individuals and families in the local area.
 
Members donated their time, talent and treasure to safely provide bags full of non-perishable foods for distribution to local homeless people. It was a day of social distancing drop off, packaging and delivery coordinated by Service Chair Suzanne Murdock and hosted by DGE Michelle Bohreer. Special thanks to our Corporate Sponsors Yellow Cab and Bohreer Law for their support.
 
 
 
 
Skyliners celebrated Rotary turning 115 years ago by attending District 5890's All Club Dinner dressed like it was 1905.
 
District 5890 Governor Gary Gillen provided an overview of the projects Rotary Clubs conduct every year as gifts to the world. Vietnam-era veterans were honored for their service and welcomed home. Each branch was represented by a Rotarian. 
 
Skyliners present: President Rick Demko, Past-President Akshay Tavkar and wife Julie, District Governor-Nominee Michelle Bohreer, Past-District Governor D'Lisa Simmons, Suzanne Murdock, Dona and Dorden Burke, Lauren Croucher, Samantha and Jeff Holsomback, 
 
 
On Saturday, February 15th, The Rotary Club of Houston Skyline and Pepperdine University Alumni - Houston joined for a morning of service at Hope Center Houston. Click on photos below for slideshow.
 
 
Facebook Event at https://www.facebook.com/events/458270288178928/ with more pictures
 
We accomplished a number of indoor and outdoor projects:
* Cleaning up and adding flowers to courtyard (HUGE thanks to Koy Murphy for leading)
* Removing overgrowth & sprucing up entrance to courtyard by transplanting rose bushes c
* Assembly of 200+ hygiene kits for Hope Center to hand out (HUGE thanks to Amie Parker and Samantha Holsomback for leading)
* Installing door in the middle of shipping container (HUGE thanks to Tom Murphy and JFM Services, Inc.), and organizing items stored in it
* Moving 100+ boxes of clothing to be donated to local shelter
* Installing shelving and organizing blankets
* Variety of other projects that will lift up Hope Center Houston in their offering of basic human services to the homeless.
 
We normally meet on the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays at 6pm
Strato 550 Restaurant & Bar
(atop Wedge Building)
1415 Louisiana Street - 43rd FL
Houston, TX 77002
FREE PARKING IN THE SURFACE LOT NEXT TO BUILDING
 
We also typically have a service project and a social on the 2nd & 4th weeks of the month
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