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Posted by John Delaney

Welcome to New Friends from
District 4540 Brazil
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Left to right: Ivan Alexandre Pironti; Livia de Queiroz C. Silva; Thiago Soler Facchini, team leader; Pamela Barbosa Silva; and Jose Rocha. 
We will post photos on the GSE page.  Take a look and enjoy the visit with the Team.

Clubs and Hosts: when you have photos and stories of your visit to share, please send to:

Posted by Jarrod Hix on Apr 01, 2014

Registration is open for District Conference 2014 in Bryan/College Station. Click here for Conference Registration. To learn more about the details on the conference, hotel information and more, please click here.

(Click on the image above to go to the registration site.) 


Posted by Richard Brady

 Installation of Governor Don Taylor
May 17, 2014
(Due to space limitations and with regrets, the event is by invitation only.)
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 Click on either image to go to the Event Registration page.

 Please confirm your attendance with payment online by credit card
or make payment by check before May 1.
Posted by Barbara C. Emery on Apr 02, 2014

Grant Requests for 2014-2015 are due May 1, 2014.  These grants are requests for projects that will be completed by March 15, 2015.  The form is on ClubRunner in the Grants module.  

No club's grant request will be considered for 2014-15 if the 2013-14 grant report is not completed.


Posted on Nov 30, 2013

Posted by Gig Langston
A group of Angelina College Rotaractors visited Nicaragua this summer and came back with a simple yet profound idea to help Nicaraguan mothers and the children of the dump. A tee shirt can be cut front and back, hemmed and turned into a diaper. Nicaraguan youths are trained to operate foot pedal powered sewing machines so the cutting and hemming are taken care of locally. This becomes a double hit, the children earn income and Nicaraguan mothers have access to inexpensive diapers. Where does the supply of tee shirts come from? From you and me! We all have tee shirts past their prime that end up as a dust cloth and we all have participated in functions at which a tee shirt was passed out. Between now and the District 5910 Conference in April, our Rotary clubs are asked to collect tee shirts from members and bring the pile to the District Conference in Bryan/College Station. Your shirts can be colored, have a design on them or plain white, so clean out your closet. Mr. Frank Huezo of Greenworld Imports will take care of shipping our tees to Nicaragua.
Club Presidents; check the required “Enhance Humanitarian Service Through Our Foundation” of the Presidential Citation. Your club will complete the international service project relating to maternal and child health and economic and community development by participating in the tee shirt drive.

Collect your clean t-shirts in clear/white garbage bags and have a member deliver them to the District Conference in Bryan/College Station April 25-27, 2014 at the College Station Hilton. Volunteers at the Conference Registration Table will help with collection of the t-shirts.
Posted by Don Taylor


Confucius once said: "It is better to light a single candle, than to sit and curse the darkness." Although the Chinese philosopher died nearly 2,400 years before Rotary was founded, RI President 2014/15 Gary C.K. Huang calls him "the world's first Rotarian." Inspired by his teachings, Huang chose Light Up Rotary as his theme for 2014-15.

"There are so many problems in the world, so many people that need help. Many people say, 'There's nothing I can do.' So they sit there doing nothing. Meanwhile everything stays dark," Huang told the 537 district governors and their spouses and partners who are attending the 2014 International Assembly in San Diego, California.

Posted by Kris Nordstrom McBride

District 5910 Website Team

If you need help with Club Runner, please contact:
Jacque Chapman of the RC of Beaumont at  
Jan Ricketts of the RC of Lake Conroe at
Kris Nordstrom McBride of The RC of Lake Conroe

Posted by Kris Nordstrom McBride

District 5910's Ambassadorial Scholar Program has a long and successful history. With the changes necessitated by The Future Vision Program, the AS Program is now The Rotary Ambassadorial Global Grant Scholar Program. See the new AGGS Home Page for details.
Posted by Kris Nordstrom McBride

Our District has elected to do Criminal Background Checks on all individuals who will have regular contact with the children under the age of 18 who are involved in our various Rotary Youth Programs - Early Act, Interact, RYLA, Rotary Youth Exchange, etc. For more information and a list of those Rotarians who have submitted and passed the background check, please access the Members Only Site Page "Youth Programs - Background Checks" or contact PDG Roger McCabe, Youth Protection Officer for District 5910.
To access the Members Only page: 
#1 Log in
#2 Return to the home page of the site after log in
#3 Find "Site Pages" on the left side bar of the home page
Posted by Kris Nordstrom McBride

"We Live in the present, We Dream of the future, But we Learn from the past."  Have a question about Paul Harris, or something that happened in 1952 in Rotary? The Rotary Global History Fellowship website probably has trhe answer. 
Take a tour of this awesome site and you'll come away with a better understanding of who we are, and how we became
the global community that we are today.
Posted by Kris Nordstrom McBride

A Bulletin for Rotary Clubs and Districts from Rotary International:
What follows is not tax advice, but general information, which may be useful.Questions regarding any tax matters need to be referred to local counsel, your tax adviser or to the IRS. ( or 1-800-829-1040) General questions about this bulletin can be answered by your Club and District Support representative at

Posted by Kris Nordstrom McBride

Important News to all Club Presidents/Club Secretaries and Attendance Managers! ClubRunner enabled automatic database integration with Rotary International on November 1, 2010. This means that all member data updates (which your club chooses to share) will be automatically updated on Member Access at RI's Headquarter databases within 2 hours, without the need to send any email notifications or enter the data via This is a powerful new tool for Rotarians to streamline reporting to Rotary International. Each club must "Opt-In" in order to take advantage of this service.
Instructions for Opting In are available on this site on the admin page, once you sign in. 
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