President Angie Akmakjian 
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We meet @ 7:00 am every Friday morning at the
Texas Star Conference Center in Euless, Texas

                 Mid-Cities Pacesetters
                   Rotary Club #21499
                      PO Box 210421
                   Bedford, TX 76095
                      (682) 292-8810
Home Page Stories
This coming Friday City of Euless Assistant City Manager, Wes Rhodes, will be our guest speaker. His topic will be the City of Euless and its future... 
Drone Inside Fireworks - YouTube
On Wednesday, July 3rd our club had its first fundraiser since Covid. We had a concession stand that sold hot dogs, chips, drinks, and novelties at the BISD plaza during the Family Fun Fireworks event. As you can tell from the picture, there was a great turnout of volunteers. The results have been tabulated and you may review them along with additional photos by clicking on Read more...
Dave Nielsen, Foundation Chairman, presents member Tito Rodriquez with a Paul Harris Fellow pin for his continuous support of the Rotary International Foundation. Congratulations Tito and thanks for your support...
Upon leaving office Tito Rodriquez gave a check of $100 to Monte Ramey to support the new "My Village Library"... 
Members Robert Breneman, Angie Akmakjian, Kathryn Rotter, and Bill Bracken attended the 2024 District 5790 Assembly and Conference at the Embassy Suites Denton Convention Center on April 27th along with the delegates from Tajikistan...
Last Friday members Monte Ramey, Sharon Cox, Stephanie Duelm, and Frank Allen volunteered at the Mobile Food Pantry at the First United Methodist Church of Hurst. Thank you for volunteering and your service...
The members of the Interact Club at Trinity High School have performed various community services through the year. These ranged from volunteering at their individual churches to helping to cleanup around Trinity HS or working after school at the Bedford Animal Shelter. For each hour reported they earn a point towards a special cord for their graduation mortar board.  Fifteen hours qualifies for a cord which 14 members accomplished. The two members with the most hours receive the year end Community Service  cash awards from Mid-Cities Pacesetters Rotary Club. 
Anastasia Fike - 1st Place $200
Gabriel Berry - 2nd Place $100
Connie Maldonado, Corrine Wood, Candice Hayward, Eric Millner
On Friday, March 22nd Vocational Service Chairman Eric Millner presented Duvall Scholarships winners to the club members. First place went to Corrine Wood and second place to Candice Hayward. The treasurer was absent so checks will be presented at a future date...
Lone Star P.E.T.S. is the premier training event that prepares Rotary Club President Elects for their year of service as President of their Rotary club in Texas and Southern Oklahoma.  Our club's President Elect, Angie Akmakjian, attended PETS this last weekend. According to Angie, it was an inspirational experience that will help her when she becomes our club's President next Rotary year.
On Wednesday, February 21st Trinity High School, LD Bell High School, and Birdville High School competed in the annual 4-Way Test Speech Contest at the Hurst City Hall. Ten students competed and the following were the winners; 4th Place - Ledger Thigpin - Trinity HS, 3rd Place - David Foster - Trinity HS, 2nd Place - Rujala Nepal - L.D. Bell HS, 1st Place - Maheen Solaris Khalid - Trinity HS... Maheen and Rujala will compete in the Regional 4-Way Test Speech Contest.
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Upcoming Events
    Wiley G. Thomas Jr. Coliseum
    Aug. 03, 2024
    7:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
  • Board Meeting
    Bacon's Bistro & Cafe
    Aug. 08, 2024
    7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
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