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Ballinger

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:05 PM
Acapulco Restaurant
607 Railroad Ave.
Ballinger, TX  76821
United States
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Ballinger Rotary Club joined with the Ballinger Lions Club, the Ballinger Girl Scouts, and the Methodist Youth Group to renovate the aging building.  This project was funded by each group and District 5840 Donor Advised Fund grants.  We have had several work-days so far and have several remaining to complete the project.  This project serves over 45 girl scout of the troop, whose members are from Ballinger, Winters, Miles and Rowena in Runnels county, Texas.
 
 
 
July 2012

Byron Bauerlein, representing our club, escorted a shipment of school desks and other school furniture to Del Rio, TX.; our sister club from Sabinas, MX. and the Rotary Club of Ciudad Acuna, MX assisted with the transfer of hundreds of desks and furniture to a storage facility for transport to the secondary school in Sabinas to aid in their rebuilding efforts.  We also shipped a trailer load of medical supplies including hospital beds and other equipment to the Rotary Club of Ciudad Acuna. 

The Ballinger Interact Students with some help from the Bearcat Football team assisted in loading the trailers.  We couldn't have done this project without their help.  Many thanks to Superintendent Will Brewer and the BISD school board for arranging for the donation of the school furniture.
 
 
 
 

 
 
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