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District Calendar
Governor Elect Training Seminar/Zone Institute Sep 14, 2014
Membership & Foundation Seminar South Shore Harbour Resort & Spa
Sep 20, 2014 08:45 AM - 03:00 PM
Rotary Youth Exchange Information Meeting Lone Star College
Oct 11, 2014
GSE Team Member Interview/Selection Oct 19, 2014
Youth Exchange Fall Outing for Inbound Students Oct 26, 2014
Rotary Youth Exchange Long Term Applications due Nov 15, 2014
Youth Exchange LongTerm Applicant/Parent Interview Lone Star College
Nov 15, 2014
Youth Exchange Short Term Applications due Nov 30, 2014
College of Governors Holiday/Winter Luncheon Dec 05, 2014
Club Election Results due to RI, DGE and posted Dec 31, 2014
Semi-Annual Dues to RI Jan 01, 2015
Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Weekend Retreat Jan 09, 2015 - Jan 11, 2015
International Assembly Jan 24, 2015
South Central Youth Exchange (SCRYE) Winter Confer Jan 25, 2015
Mid-Year Meeting Feb 07, 2015
District Governor Nominee Interview/Selection Feb 07, 2015
Youth Exchange Short Term Applicant & Parent Inter Lone Star College
Feb 14, 2015
1st Youth Exchange Long Term Outbound Orientation Lone Star College
Feb 14, 2015
North American Youth Exchange Conference Feb 22, 2015
Lone Star Rotary PETS Hyatt DFW
Mar 06, 2015 - Mar 08, 2015
Youth Exchange Orientation-Short Term Students Lone Star College
Mar 08, 2015
Deadline for Completion of Distrct Grant projects Mar 15, 2015
Nominations for Roll of Fame due Mar 16, 2015
Application Deadline for Global Grant Scholars Mar 31, 2015
Final District Grant Report due online Apr 01, 2015
District Assembly/All Club Training Apr 11, 2015
2nd Youth Exchange Long Term Outbound Orientation Lone Star College
Apr 12, 2015
Youth Exchange Spring Outing for Inbound Students Apr 17, 2015 - Apr 19, 2015
College of Governors Dinner Apr 30, 2015
Youth Exchange Long Term Outbound Orientation Camp Camp Allen
May 25, 2015
2015-16 District Grants Requests Deadline Jun 01, 2015
2015 Rotary International Convention Sao Paulo
Jun 06, 2015 - Jun 09, 2015
Rotary Youth Exchange Pre-Convention Meeting Jun 06, 2015
District Governor Doris Lockey's Installation Jun 20, 2015
Posted by John Delaney on Aug 25, 2014

SEPTEMBER 30: DEADLINE FOR TEAM MEMBER                                             APPLICATIONS

District Exchange with New Zealand

District 5910 will have a Group Study Exchange with Rotary District 9980, located in the southern half of the South Island of New Zealand, widely thought to be one of the most beautiful places on Earth. The exchange trip will be from May 7 through June 6, 2015. Here's a sample photo of one of their cities, copied from the district website.

Near Wairaki, Southland, New Zealand Image

We have a new Team Leader for the Group Study Exchange (GSE) Team! The GSE Committee met Sunday, August 24, in Cleveland and interviewed 12 applicants for Team Leader of next spring's GSE Team.  Jerry Springfield (left) of the Woodville club was selected Team Leader, and Chris Turner (right) of the Friendswood club was selected as Alternate.

Jerry and Chris now join the GSE Committee, as attention turns to recruiting applicants for the four Team Members to fill out the team, which will travel to District 9980 in New Zealand (South Island) from May 7 to June 6, 2015. 

All D5910 Rotarians are encouraged to share the GSE story with potential applicants. Clubs are asked to publicize the opportunity via newspaper, radio, television, and social media. Click here for application/commitment forms.

The GSE Team Member applicants must:

1.  Not be a Rotarian or a lineal descendant (including step-children) of a current Rotarian
2.  Be between the age of 25 and 40
3.  Be currently employed
4.  Live or work in D5910
5.  Complete and submit the application/commitment form by September 30
6.  Participate in a personal interview on October 19
7.  Participate in training/preparation meetings on weekends between selection and departure, and attend the D5910 district conference on May 2, 2015
8.  Commit to traveling to New Zealand during the entire exchange trip, May 7 to June 6, 2015, and attending up to 3 Rotary club meetings after returning, to give a presentation on the trip
9.  Acquire a passport, VISA (if required), medical exam/certificate, and traveler's insurance at their own expense. Round trip air travel, as well as in-country room, board, travel and entertainment will be paid by Rotary sources.

All applications must be submitted to GSE Committee Chair John Delaney of the Bryan club,, by September 30.


Truly, this is an experience of a lifetime. No exaggeration - - just fact. It's an opportunity to see a beautiful and interesting country in a most unique way. During the trip you live in the homes of Rotarians, and only occasionally in a hotel. They show you their country in a way that no tour can offer. You experience where they live, work, and play, and see the sights that are special to them. It costs you almost nothing. Our district pays for round trip air fare. The host district pays for the rest.

GSE Team Member Application form

For more questions and to submit applications:

John Delaney at

Posted by Richard Mogle

The Rotary Foundation's oldest and best-known program is Ambassadorial Scholarships. Applications for the 2015-2016 Rotary Foundation Academic-Year Ambassadorial Scholar Global Grants are now available from the Rotary Clubs in District 5910. 

Since 1947, more than 43,000 men and women from 100 nations have studied abroad under its auspices. Today, it is the world's largest privately funded international scholarships program. More than 650 scholarships were awarded for study in 2012-33. Through grants totaling approximately US$20 million, recipients from some 69 countries studied in more than 64 nations.

For more information on the scholarships, how to apply, or contact information, visit the District 5910 Ambassadorial Scholarships page by accessing it here.


Posted by James Hutchison

District 5910 Membership & Foundation Training Seminar
September 20, 2014

Purpose; To educate and motivate Rotarians on the topics of Membership and The Rotary Foundation.

Desired Outcomes:  To present tactical workshops to provide clubs and individual Rotarians with the tools to be successful in promoting Rotary in their community to support membership growth, as well as enhancing support for The Rotary Foundation.

Eighteen (18) workshop will be provided to give Rotarians choices in picking programs and tools that are applicable to their respective clubs / community.

Dr. Miles McCall, a nationally known keynote motivational speaker (and Rotarian) will kick off the program; followed by small concurrent break out sessions to provide tactical workshops.

A small block of hotel rooms are available at a special $92 per room per night are available for Rotarians who are coming in early (Friday, Sept. 19, 2014).

Click on the date and event on the left sidebar for more information and to register.



Posted by Glen Mattingly on Aug 18, 2014

Welcome to the newest Inbound Rotary Exchange Students!
(Try viewing full screen to read the captions.)
The students arrived, one-by-one, and were eagerly welcomed by host parents, host siblings, counselors, friends and others.  The District clubs are anxious to meet and greets, and extend a warm Texas welcome to each one.  We have much to learn from one another, and knowledge brings understanding and peace in the world.


Posted by Don Taylor on Jul 07, 2014


Dates changed for 2015 São Paulo Convention

Rotary International President Gary Huang and the RI Board have changed the dates for the 2015 Rotary Convention in São Paulo, Brazil, to Saturday, 6 June, through Tuesday, 9 June – starting and ending one day earlier than previously scheduled. The dates were changed because the original opening day (Sunday, 7 June) coincided with one of the city's most popular parades.

Posted by Don Taylor on May 12, 2014

District Directory for 2014-2015


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Posted by Don Taylor


"Light Up Rotary is our theme, but it is more than our theme. It is how we live in Rotary, how we think in Rotary, how we feel, how we work," Huang said. "It is how we make a difference — every day, in every club, every district, and every country where we serve."

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.

Posted by Kris Nordstrom McBride

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