Rotary Club of Weatherford, Texas

Serving Since 1921

Weatherford Rotary
We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
North Side Baptist Church
910 North Main Street
Weatherford, TX  76086
United States
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Upcoming Programs
No Meeting Christmas Party at the Vintage
Dec 18, 2018
Christmas Party 5:30p.m. at The Vintage Restaurant inside meeting room. Lots of great food
No meeting, Merry Christmas
Dec 25, 2018
Merry Christmas
No meeting Happy New Year
Jan 01, 2019
No meeting, Happy New Year
Stephen Raeside
Jan 08, 2019
Tarrant County Food Bank
 
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Weatherford Rotary
 
Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad. We invite you to visit our local branch of Rotary International here in Weatherford, Texas on Tuesdays at Noon.
 
 
Rotary News
Schedule Changes for the Holiday Season:
  • December 18: No regular Club meeting. Club Christmas Social at Vintage Grill from 5:30pm - 8:00pm.
  • December 25: No regular Club meeting. Merry Christmas!
  • January 1: Flag duty. No regular Club meeting. Happy New Year!
  • January 8: Regular club meeting resumes.
 

The Weatherford Christian School Interact Club met on Wednesday, November 28, and constructed 50 gold headbands for the Brooke’s Blossoms Foundation supporting pediatric cancer research. Brooke’s Blossoms will be doing a pediatric cancer fundraiser fashion show in NYC in December in conjunction with the Runway Heroes foundation.  As part of it they would like to offer the pediatric cancer patients gold headwear to have and wear.

Seventeen of our club members (the boys were in football practice) met in the WCS cafeteria and put together these 50 gold flower & feather headbands.

It was a great day for a great cause!

 

PACT, which stands for Participation, Acknowledgement, Commitment, and Transformation, is a Toronto-based, award-winning charity supported by Rotary clubs in Canada. It works with at-risk young people and those who have committed crimes to change their direction in life. Entrepreneur and Toronto Rotary member David Lockett co-founded the program more than 20 years ago. 

The intensive, step-by-step program aims to break the cycle of poverty and criminal behavior. Its goal is to determine what the participants need and develop strategies “to put them on a positive path in their life, so they can enrich not only their own lives, but their community,” says Lockett, a member of the Rotary E-Club of Social Innovators D7090.

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A Rotaractor ventures deep into her native Uganda with a polio vaccination team as part of Rotary’s newest virtual reality film, "Two Drops of Patience."

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Health workers must have a lot of passion. They face so many challenges to reach every child with the polio vaccine. 

I found that out when I traveled to a mountain community on the border of Uganda and Kenya, 200 miles from my home in Kampala, to join a vaccination team. Just getting to the homes was a challenge, let alone persuading the parents to let us in. We had to park the cars, carry our coolers with the polio vaccine safely tucked inside between ice packs, and move on our own two feet, just walking and walking. It’s a bit of a trick – using your hands to steady yourself while you climb, yet still having to carry this heavy cooler. There were lots of streams and rivers, and at times we had to jump across or walk through the water. 

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Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Vice President Membership
Secretary/Treasury
The Rotary Foundation
Director Club Service
Director Community Service
Director International Service
Youth Services
Directory Vocational Service
Sergeant at Arms
Director at Large - Public Relations
Director at Large - Meals on Wheels
Director at Large - Flags
Immediate Past President