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Aug 25, 2014 07:15 AM - 07:45 AM
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Aug 30, 2014 12:00 PM - 06:00 PM
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Sep 27, 2014 09:00 AM - 02:00 PM
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Oct 25, 2014 12:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Flag Retirement Ceremony MCL Grand Theater
Oct 25, 2014 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
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Oct 26, 2014 12:00 PM - 06:00 PM
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Dec 27, 2014 12:00 PM - 06:00 PM
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08-21 Vocational Program

08-28 Bob Troyer - Rotary Moment

09-04 John Pokorny-  Foundation Moment

09-11 Tom Atchison - Rotary Moment

09-18 John Pokorny - Foundation Moment

09-25 George Gober - Rotary Moment

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10-16 Club Assembly

10-23 John Pokorny - Foundation Moment

10-30 John Pokorny - Rotary Moment

Lewisville Morning Rotary Stories
Posted by Robert (Bob) Troyer

Lewisville Morning Rotary Recognized over 260 Central ES Students 


Perfect Attendance During the 2013-2014 School Year



Posted by John Pokorny on May 16, 2014

Lewisville Morning Rotary was recognized at the District 5790 Conference


Outstanding Club of the Year for Medium Sized Clubs - Todd Taylor President

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

1st Place for Foundation among Medium Sized Clubs - John Pokorny Chair

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


Posted by John Pokorny

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


Jun 24, 2014
by John Pokorny
Replacing dangerous kerosene lamps with solar lights in rural homes without access to electricity.

As a member of the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club, known of its commitment to the environment, we appreciate the efforts of our fellow Rotarians in Austin.

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Jun 24, 2014
by John Pokorny

Rotary assists members of the Santa Catarina Assembly establish micro loans in Hondours.

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Jun 24, 2014
by John Pokorny



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President Bob Troyer
President Elect John Pokorny
Secretary Francisca Al-Waely
Treasurer Francisca Al-Waely
Director Marilyn Pokorny
Director Terry Kasen
Director Mary Handley-Jones
Director Carolyn Wright
Community Communications Diana McMillin
Director Todd Taylor
Sergeant at Arms Joe Dent
Youth Services Bob Schell
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Lewisville Morning Rotary Announces 18th Annual Car Show

Fund Raiser at the Western Days in Old Town Lewisville

Organized by Melody Lanes Car Shows


For Car Show Details click here

Congratulations Phu!


On Saturday, August 9th, our President Bob Troyer awarded Phu Tran with the prestigious Rookie of the Year award for 2013-2014. Phu demonstrates his Service Above Self commitment by serving at almost all of our various projects. In addition to his Rotary commitments he also spends considerable time working with the boy scouts in our area. A well deserved award.


Household Hazardous Waste

Another successful Service Above Self project. Our club served 136 Lewisville Residents last Saturday

18 years ago when Lewisville residents wanted to dispose of left over paint, used motor oil, pesticides, batteries and other such substances, they simply threw it "away". Often, "away" turned out to be our trash containers or perhaps in rare cases even the sewers.

The problem, simply stated, there was no other place to dispose of household hazardous waste. Then in 1996, the Lewisville Morning Rotary in partnership with the City of Lewisville created an opportunity for residents to dispose of such waste safely. At first the collection point was in a local parking lot and the opportunity was offered annually, then semi-annually. Fast forward to today, the city has since built the Residential Convenience Center and now the City and Lewisville Morning Rotary is offering the opportunity monthly.  For Lewisville residents, the Lewisville Morning Rotary and the City of Lewisville have changed the meaning of "away" when it comes to household hazardous waste.

Howard O'Neal is our chairman for the event.


Lewisville Morning Rotary Club Flag Program

Many of our subscribers have sent us photo's of the flag that the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club and local area boy scouts erect in their front yards on the six major holidays of the year. This video shows the photo's we have received thus far. To learn more about the Lewisville Morning Rotary Flag Program please click link here


The Lewisville Morning Rotary Spring Flag Program Drive

Subscribe for your Flag Today! 



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 

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


District Governor Jim Giffin names Lewisville Morning Rotary 

Outstanding Club of the Year

Medium Size Club Category


Pictured (L to R) is LMR President Todd Taylor, Arlington Rotary President Derick Kinney (Large Club Winner). Arlingrton Great Southwest Rotary President Viv Ann Blair (Small Club Winner) and District 5790 Governor Jim Giffin

A proud moment for all winners.

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


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.

Lewisville Morning Rotary Club Strategic Plan: 2014-2016

Our strategic plan for the next three years calls for us to do


Make Our Rotary Enhanced

Members (Todd heads up the committee)

                Every member recruits at least one new member per year.

                Goal for 2014 is a net gain of seven members

                Training session during morning meeting to share strategies for recruitment

Opportunities for Fellowship (Mary Handley-Jones heads it)

                Bi-monthly events

                Mix of family and adult events

                Invite potential members


                Stick with what we have – Car Show, Flags, Gala/Bash

                Work on making them better

                Improve member participation by having functioning committees

Enhance Service Projects

                Do what we do even better – HHW, CCA, Dictionaries, Student Recognition, etc.

                Improve member participation by having functioning committees

                Make sure we “blow our horn” louder when we do projects

 Our Club is having a great year this year. But the best is yet to come as we...
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