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Rotary is the world's oldest service club organisation and our club members are committed to service in their local communityinternationally and to various programs supporting youth and leadership.  Please explore the site to find out more about us and what we do.  If you would like to join us at one of our meetings please contact us by selecting Contact Us from the menu.

 
Home Page Stories
Our club was able to award a total of $25,100 in grants this year. At this week's meeting we will honor our grant recipients, listed below with a brief description of what this funding will provide.
 
Actor's Conservatory: purchase sound and lighting for new small room
CASA Denton County: pay for staff to attend state conference
Childern's Advocacy Center: pay for staff training conference
Cross Timbers Family YMCA: youth sports and camps
Lewisville Education Foundation: funding to a teacher in the West Zone District
Lovepacs: add 4 additional schools to the service area
The Mound Foundation: pioneer based outdoor education program
Tonkawa Boy Scouts: help offset a child's cost to be a boy scout
Youth and Family Counseling: increase therapists to provide services to children                   
 
Rotary Club of Cross Timbers 
Fridays at 8:00 AM
Bridlewood Golf Club
4000 W. Windsor Dr.
Flower Mound, TX  75028
 
Rotary Club of Highland Village
Thursdays at 5:00 PM
Fresco's Mexicana 2420 Justin Rd
Highland Village, TX 75077
 
Lewisville Morning Rotary Club
Thursdays at 7:00 AM
CCA Community Room 200 S. Mill St.
Lewisville, TX  75057
 
Lewisville Noon Rotary Club
Wednesdays at noon
Bistecca - An Italian Steakhouse
2300 Highland Village RdLewisville, TX
 
Be sure to check each club's website for location changes, meeting cancellations, etc. prior to attending. 

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One of the ways the Flower Mound Rotary Club is impacting the world is through the sponsorship of children in Africa. Rosemary is one of those children.

With 7 billion stories scattered over 7 groaning continents, it seemed likely that Rosemary and Nancy would pass quietly into the ranks of the unnoticed, statistics rather than flowers, two tiny sisters unattached to anyone willing to stand for them. Things had just never gone their way.  At every turn, the wrong thing always happened to them. They had grown to accept this in the deep place where dreams used to bud.

Born in the highway town of Narok, Kenya to Ruth Wanjiru, Rosemary came first in 2007, followed 3 years later by Nancy.  A marital separation happened early and the girls’ father never played a role in raising them.  Close relatives say that by Rosemary’s third birthday, Ruth began to disappear nightly to get drunk, leaving her to care for herself and her baby sister Nancy.  The night the terrible thing happened came soon after, leading to a domino effect of tragic choices by mom that would eventually lead her to take flight three years later.

Click on this link to read the rest of Rosemary's story.

 
The Flower Mound Rotary and LISD West Zone along with our Presenting Sponsor, CornerStone Staffing, are proud to host the 2nd annual Neon Night 5K & Festival. Spend the afternoon at beautiful Heritage Park in Flower Mound on Saturday, October 4th. The 2nd annual Neon Night 5K & Festival offers something for everyone: Kids Zone (Fort Wildflower, Face Painting, Balloon Art and Trackless Train), Washer Tournament, 5K Night Run, Food Trucks and Live Music. Proceeds from this event benefit local non-profit organizations.
For more information visit: www.fmrotaryfest.com
 
Participate in an International Project for as little as $500.
 
The Flower Mound Rotary Club (District #5790) is partnering with the Rotary Club of Wobulenzi (Uganda) in a joint project to assist with the construction of a school campus in Kapeeka, Uganda. The school will eventually educate 1,400 kids in a rural region about 100km northeast of Kampala.
 
We are seeking additional clubs interested in participating in an international joint project which will have long lasting impact in the lives of many children in Africa.
 
For more information and/or to Pledge Support visit the Rotary Global Grants website at;
 
Meeting Info

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Salerno's Restaurant
3407 Long Prairie Rd
Flower Mound, TX  75022
United States
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Upcoming Speakers
Ross Patterson
Jun 29, 2017
The Millennial Problem
 

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