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Apr 24, 2014
What is new in the diagnosis and treatment of Medical Oncology and Hematology patients
May 01, 2014
Living with Polio
May 08, 2014
The History of Lewisville-Flower Mound according to Mark
May 08, 2014
The History of Lewisville-Flower Mound according to Mark
May 15, 2014
TBD
May 22, 2014
What's it Like to Run for DA in Denton County.
May 29, 2014
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Jun 05, 2014
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Events
2nd Annual LMRC Tree Planting Memorial Park
Apr 26, 2014 01:00 PM - 02:30 PM
District 5790 Fort Worth Stockyards Conference Fort Worth Stock Yards
May 01, 2014 - May 04, 2014

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Rotary Minute Schedule

03/27 Mary Jones

04/03 Phu Tran
04/10 Steve Homeyer
04/17 Brent Myers
04/24 Carolyn Wright

05/01 Terry Kasen
05/08 Francis Al- Waely
05/15 Frank Hebbs
05/22 Wes Griffin
05/29 Carolyn Wright

 

Lewisville Morning Rotary Blood Drive
Posted by Jeff Siebert on Dec 23, 2013

You can always give blood yourself at the Carter Blood Center Donor Center in Lewisville at 1565 W. Main, Suite 475 at Old Orchard & Garden Ridge in Lewisville, TX. Call 972-219-1666 to make an appointment.



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Posted by John Pokorny on Jul 22, 2013

New York Times writer Donald G. Nigel informs the world about the ongoing battle against polio, rumors & mistrust about polio vaccination in Pakistan. In his story he shares how the country has turned the corner thanks to the persistance of Rotary International,WHO & the Gates Foundation. See entire article at Pakistan Battles Polio and It's Peoples Trust

Posted by John Pokorny on May 20, 2013


Lewisville Morning Rotary was recognized at the District 5790 Conference

 

 1st place for Vocational Service among Medium Sized Clubs - Bob Troyer Chair

2nd place for Club Service among medium sized clubs - Brad Buesing Chair

2nd place for Community Service among medium sized clubs - Marilyn Pokorny Chair

3rd place for Foundation activities among medium sized clubs - John Pokorny Chair

3rd place for International Service among medium sized clubs - Gordon Roe Chair

1st place Area 12 Blood Drive Challenge with (H.V., F.M., and L.N.)

Rotary International - Presidential Citation

Blue Bonnet Society Grant

 

Posted by John Pokorny on Apr 05, 2013

Today, twelve U.S. Rotarians will be honored by the White House as Champions of Change for the extraordinary actions they have taken to positively change communities locally and internationally.

Watch White House Champions of Change Program

Posted by John Pokorny

Have you ever found yourself tongue tied to come up with a brief suscinct description of what Rotary is? Try the District 5790 Mission Statement. It is the best Rotary "elevator speech" I have ever heard.

We provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders


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News
Jan 27, 2014
by Marilyn Pokorny
District 2452 has released a Rotary Peace Fellowship newsletter for their district. Please read to learn more about the fellowship and how to apply if you are coming from Armenia, Bahrain, Cyprus, Georgia, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, UAE, or Sudan. 
Dec 03, 2012
by John Pokorny
 

Cultivating Justice, Non Violence and Well Being 

Rotary District 5790 held it's 1st Annual Peace Symposium Saturday, December 1st at the Tarrant County Community College - Trinity River Campus.


Throughout the world and right here in our own neighborhoods Rotarians provide a variety of humanitarian services. These acts of kindness actually impact world peace. Rotarians throughout our district heard stimulating discussions connecting efforts to address critical issues of the day to the goal of building sustainable peace.  

Several organizations provide humanitarian assistance locally and throughout the world who will had displays of their projects. Clubs throughout our district used the opportunity to  consider how they can partner with these organizations. 

To visit all of the presentations delivered at the symposium go to link at Rotary Peace Forum Page

Jan 02, 2013
by John Pokorny
View Chicago TV news story End Polio Now 
Mar 27, 2013
by John Pokorny

Watch the inspirational video of a Madrassa teacher in Pakistan who lives with polio and works to bring this tragic disease to an end. 

End Polio Now - Report from Pakistan 

Directors
President Todd Taylor
President Elect Bob Troyer
Secretary Wess Griffin
Treasurer Francisca Al-Waely
Director Marilyn Pokorny
Director Carolyn Wright
Director ( At Large) John Pokorny
Communications Brent Myers
IPP & Membership Chair Tom Atchison
Sergeant At Arms Joe Dent
Director (At Large) New Generations Bob Schell
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John Verges & Lee Warren Inducted at Lewisville Morning Rotary

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Pictured (L to R) is LMR President Todd Taylor, new members John Verges & Lee Warren and their sponsor Tom Atchison

Welcome John & Lee!

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The Lewisville Morning Rotary Spring Flag Program Drive

Subscribe for your Flag Today! 

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The Lewisville Morning Rotary Club invites you to join your friends and neighbors in the Greater Lewisville area by displaying the American Flag on the following six major holidays: 

* Memorial Day * Flag Day * Independence Day * Labor Day * Patriot Day * Veterans Day 

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Subscribe for a flag at the curb of your home

The flags give the Greater Lewisville area residents an opportunity to display their patriotic spirit, pride and love of our country, and to honor those in the military service. The proceeds from this project will support local area boy scout troops and other community service organizations.

Subscribe now by selecting this  Lewisville Morning Rotary Flag Program link

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Congratulations Sarah Moosa - Winner of the LMR 4 Way Test Speech Contest

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On Thursday, February 27th, Lewisville Morning Rotary hosted it's annual 4 Way Test Speech Contest for students from Hebron High School. We had two terrific contestants with two fantastic insightful speeches. It was hard to select who was best, but ultimately a committee of LMR Members selected Sarah Moosa for her speech using the 4 Way Test to analyize the impact of bullying in schools.

Sarah will be going to one of the District 5790 Regional Contests in either Euless or Weatherford to compete with High School contestants throughout the District 5790 region.

 

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Lewisville Morning Rotary Recognizes Hebron High School 

February Student of the Month

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February Student of the Month Mattie Carranza pictured here with Hebron High School Principal Scot Finch

Mattie was nominated by her counselor Mr. Ben Stroud. Here is what he had to say about Mattie:

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Mattie intends to attend the University of Arkansas when her Hebron High School days are completed. She plans to study communications with a minor in International Relations.

Lewisville Morning Rotary is proud to have Mattie Carranza  as our Student of the Month for February 2014

Lewisville Morning Rotary Honors Central Elementary School

Students of the Grading Period

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Pictured here is LMR President Todd Taylor, 1st Grader Iminol Ramos with his brother & dad and 4th grader Dannelys Sierra with her mom, dad, sister & brother

Lewisville Morning Rotary Club honoring Iminol and Dannelys our Central Elementary Students of the Term for the second nine weeks.  Both were honored not only for their study habits but for their desire to help throughout the Grading period.

Congratulations, Iminol & Dannelys!

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Lewisville Morning Rotary is committed to it's Literacy Programs 
Student of the Grading Period at Central ES
Dictionaries for 3rd graders at 11 LISD Schools
Bicycles for Perfect Attendance at Central ES
Student of the Month at Hebron HS
Four Way Speech Contest at Hebron HS
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards - Hebron HS
Scholarships with the Lewisville Education Foundation
Rotary International Teacher Exchange with Communities in Mexico
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 Foundation Corner

Click here to discover more about The Rotary Foundation and the projects it supports. 

Our club has a proud tradition of supporting The Rotary Foundation. We have been a 100% Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member Club for years. In September this year we achieved a milestone,  100% of our 27 members are Paul Harris Fellows. 

 

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We have achieved our goal of 100% of our members are Paul Harris Fellows in September. Now we can stand proudly with our Fellow Rotarian's from the Fort Worth East Club whose flag is shown above. District 5790 Governor Jim Giffin formally awarded Lewisville Morning Rotary it's banner during his October 24th visit.

Our 10 Audacious Goals Champion

1. Improve Communications: Brent Myers
     a. Keep Club Members Informed
     b. Inform Community & Other Rotary Clubs
     c. Drive Membership Growth & Create Excitement for LMR
     d. Retain Membership through knowledge & Understanding

2. Membership Growth (6 members per year) 

Tom Atchison
    a. Invite at least 12 potential members per month to our meetings
    b. Retain 95% of membership every year
    c. Actively recruit Alumni Members

3. Increse Charity Giving to Groups we Support Through increased Fund Raising - 100% increase by 2015 

Brad Buesing
4. Develop, Implement and Communicate Clear Club Leadership Plan Brent Meyers
5. Increase Club Membership in Paul Harris Fellowship  John Pokorny

     a. Create a Club Culture in which Paul Harris is Valued and Understood - 100% Paul Harris Fellows by 2015 

6. Increse LMR Club Particiaption in New Generation Projects & Initiatives Bob Schell
7. Continue to Enhance LMR Community Service Projects Marilyn Pokorny
8. Continue to enhance LMR Participation in Vocational Projects Yancy Spivey
9. Implement Club involvement with International Project  Gordon Roe & Carolyn Wright
10. Study and Evaluate Various RI Initiatives and Recommend to Board for implementation in years 2 or 3 Diana McMillan
 Our Club is having a great year this year. But the best is yet to come as we...
 
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