President Gary C. K. Huang Coming to D5840!!
January 11-12, 2015
President Huang's Biography
The President of Rotary International Gary C.K. Huang, is coming to visit D5840 in January 2015. He will
arrive Sunday, January 11, 2015. Monday, January 12, 2015 will be “Rotary Day” in San Antonio, with
several opportunities to meet President Gary and his wife, Corrina, at District Rotary Day activities which
are posted on rotary5840.org website. It is very rare to have a President of Rotary International to visit,
and we are privileged to have him “Light Up Rotary” in our area, even for a short time. All Clubs are
encouraged to attend the Rotary Day events and bring guests. Let’s show President Gary Huang and
Corrina a warm, South Texas welcome!
Sunday, January 11, 2015 6:00 pm-Reception to Welcome President Huang and Corrina to District 5840.
Rotary Foundation Recognition Awards. Price $40 per person includes 2 glasses of wine. Dressy casual
attire. Rotary shirt/tie. No jeans please (Click Here To Register)
Monday, January 12, 2015 11:30 am- “All Clubs” Luncheon at The Bright Shawl. Presentation of Paul
Harris, New Members Induction, New Club Charter and District Recognition Awards. Special speech by
President Huang. Price $25 per person. Business attire. (Click Here To Register)
Monday, January 12, 2015 4:30 pm- Youth Rally at Winston School for All Rotary Youth Programs. Pizza
party hosted by Winston School Interact Club. Special opportunity for Youth Programs to meet the
President of Rotary International. Also open for Adults! (View Map)
Monday, January 12, 2015 7:00 pm- Light Up Rotary Celebration at San Antonio Food Bank. Price $25
per person includes beverages and food. If you missed meeting President Huang at other locations, this
is last event in D5840!! Casual dress—jeans & boots OK (Click Here To Register)
Register NOW so we may plan these events for all those who want to attend. Come enjoy fun and
fellowship with Rotarian friends and meet an International President!!
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