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Posted by Dan Clinton

With each order you place online, you can choose to have Breen's Florist make a donation to the Rotary Club of Houston. Simply select the "Helping Hands" pull down menu on the order form and choose "Rotary Club" when sending flowers across town or even around the world.

CLICK HERE to place your order!

Posted by Dan Clinton

Speaker: Reid Ryan - President, Business Operations - Houston Astros

Topic:  "Houston Astros"

Reid Ryan enters his first full season with the Astros after being named the club’s President of Business Operations on May 17, 2013. Reid, 42, is one of the youngest team presidents in the game and brings enthusiasm and energy to the organization, while also providing a wealth of experience working in professional baseball.

Posted by Phil Hampton

Join instructor Phil Hampton on Thursday, August 14 at the Houston City Club at 11:00 am for the next Rotary 101 Class!

Rotary 101 is designed to help all members become more enlightened about Rotary, in general, and, in particular, the ways your club can remain a fountain of hope in a troubled world.  Learning about Rotary, helps you find your place in the Rotary wheel of service.  Join Paul Harris each month as he unfolds the story of Rotary.

The goal is to have fun while learning some new facts about Rotary. Each class will cover two chapters of the book A Century of Service, and will discuss important questions that enrich your understanding of the value of Rotary.

The benefits to you:
1. The chance to learn more about the history of Rotary International
2. New information about Rotary's role and service worldwide
3. The opportunity to discuss with fellow members some important issues Rotary is now facing
4. Information that will help you be a better Ambassador for the Rotary Club of Houston
5. Fun, fellowship, and a better understanding of the Rotary Club of Houston
6. A chance to graduate as a Charter Rotary 101 Graduate

Don't just belong to Rotary, Be a Rotarian!

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Contact:  Phil Hampton

Posted by Brian Carr

Aaron Donald, defensive tackle from the University of Pittsburgh, has been named the 2013 Rotary Lombardi Award winner. The Rotary Club of Houston made the announcement at the event on Wednesday, December 11th, at the Wortham Center in front of a crowd of over 1,100 audience members.

“It is truly a blessing and an honor to receive such a great award,” Donald said. “I am so blessed.”

In his senior season, Donald has also been named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year by the Atlantic Coast Conference Sports Media Association in addition to being named the Bronko Nagurski Trophy winner earlier this week. Donald leads the nation in tackles for loss (2.2 per game) and is currently second on the list of active career FBS sack leaders with 28.5. The All-American candidate ranks thirteenth in sacks (0.83 per game) and is tenth in forced fumbles (0.33). Donald has been named a Bednarik Award and Outland Trophy Semifinalist and Midseason All-American by,, Phil Steele, and in addition to winning multiple national defensive player of the week honors.

For over forty years, the Rotary Lombardi Award has been presented annually to the nation’s best Division I college football lineman (offense or defense) who, in addition to outstanding performance and ability, best exemplifies the discipline of Vince Lombardi. Head coaches of NCAA FBS teams, all former winners and finalists of the Lombardi Award, and selected members of the national sports media make up the electorate that decides the award winner.

One of the few remaining stand-alone NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision collegiate awards, each year the four finalists of the Lombardi Award travel to Houston for the presentation. Earlier today, finalists made stops at Texas Children’s Hospital Cancer Center and MD Anderson Cancer Center to visit the Front Line Kids, children who are fighting cancer here in the Houston community. Since the award’s inception, millions has been raised to help fund cancer research, public education and direct services to cancer patients through the American Cancer Society.

“Aaron is a tremendous young man and a terrific athlete. He embodies everything the Rotary Lombardi Award is about,” Rotary Lombardi Award committee chair Brian Carr said. “ We are so proud to present Aaron as the latest winner and our newest member of the Lombardi Award family.”
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