Marshall Rotary

Where SERVICE Is Center Stage

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM

Panola-Harrison Electric Co-op

410 E Houston Street
Marshall, TX 75670
United States

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Posted by James Fitzgerald on Jul 13, 2013

From Keith Feille, chairman of the flag committee come these words "We have 730-PLUS flags out this week with more orders coming."

Halfway through the second year of Marshall Rotary's Parade Of Flags project, we are far ahead of subscription expectations, and thanks to dedicated flag team leaders and everyone else who has pitched in, our finances are rock solid.  We have moved our flags and other equipment to secure storage buildings now, where they can be inspected and repaired as needed, and replaced when necessary.  Our heartfelt thanks to Sullivan's Funeral Home for letting us use their equipment storage building to help us get started, which allowed us to purchase and assemble the initial flags and time to develop a strong customer base.

Many thanks to the Twelve Way Foundation volunteers for supplying much needed help in the initial phase of the project.   These folks do not get very many chances to do something worthwhile like this.   Special thanks to the Harrison County Sheriff's Department and the Harrison County Probation Department  for supplying much needed labor and skills

 Please take a look at the flags where they are flying by clicking this link:  Marshall Parade of Flags

I know you will be as proud as I am,


Posted by James Fitzgerald

ParadeOfFlagsMarshall Rotary Club's 2013 "Parade of Flags" will be the second year of "Showing our colors" in Marshall.  This community service project is the club's way of showing that the people and businesses in Marshall really care and respect the sacrifices being made by the men and women of the armed forces, past, present and future.

The Rotarians in the Rotary Club of Marshall proudly subscribe to the project themselves, through their businesses and individually.  They  also participate in the project's organization and implementation by securing the best flags, (Made in USA) assembling the flags, preparing and installing special mounts for each flag, and installing them on each of the seven patriotic holidays each year.

In the very first year these Rotarians have assembled, marked and mounted almost 600 American flags at over a hundred locations in Marshall.  It is our sincere hope that the spirit of this project will inspire all who see "Old Glory" proudly waving in Marshall; and encourage others to join in this noble cause.


Daren Horton, President 2012-2013

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Officers, Directors, Coordinators, and Committee Chairs
President Ted Huffhines
President Elect April Spears
Treasurer William Hatfield
Secretary Clayton Grier
Spelling BEE Coordinator Jeremy Spears
Diploma Plus Chair Joseph Alotto
Speaker's Book Donations Lou Gaw
Blood Drive Coordinator J. Keith Feille
4-Way Speech Coordinator Geraldine Mauthe
Flags Program Chair J. Keith Feille
Chief Sergeant at Arms Milly Green
Programs & Speakers Coke Solomon
District liaison Linda Endicott
Club Administration Coordinator Jim Fitzgerald
Faux Paws Chair Daren Horton
Newsletter Co-Editor Daren Horton
Website Administrator Daren Horton
Sister Club Liaison Milly Green
RYLA Coordinator Keith Purvis
Dictionary Coordinator Joseph Alotto
Membership Chair Craig Vanbiber
Assistant Treasurer Doug Heard
Immediate Past President Daren Horton
Rotary Foundation Coordinator William Marshall
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