Speakers
Dr. H. T. Sanchez, Superintendent of PISD
Jun 12, 2018
PISD Updates
Travis McCullough
Jun 19, 2018
Cubmaster for the Cub Scout Pack Rotary's Supports
Dan Linebarger
Aug 07, 2018 12:00 PM
District Governor Visit
 
Upcoming Events
 
 
 
Rotary International News Feed
Rotary wins Best Nonprofit Act for polio eradication work

Rotary wins Best Nonprofit Act for its polio eradication

Rotaract clubs honored for excellent service 2018

Top Rotaract honor goes to club that empowers women who have HIVRotaract clubs around the world earn awards for excellent

Final Exam

After a grueling year of preparation, two Rotarians and a Rotaractor face one last challenge before they can join the elite ShelterBox Response

Creating a family

After fleeing conflict in their own countries, a group of young Rotaractors is healing wounds and bringing cultures together in a Ugandan refugee

Rotary website wins Webby Award

Rotary.org wins Webby People's Voice

 
Club Information

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Plainview!

Plainview

Service Above Self

Four Tuesdays per month. See Speakers for Schedule
Plainview Civic Center
2902 W. 4th Street
Plainview, TX  79072
United States
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District Site
VenueMap
Venue Map
 
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Cynthia Gregory
    May 12
Anniversaries:
  • Willis McCutcheon
    Bilinda McCutcheon
    May 17
  • Janice Payne
    Dale Payne
    May 22
  • Scott Franklin
    Lori Franklin
    May 23
  • Coralyn Dillard
    Glenn Dillard
    May 26
Join Date:
  • Carl Moman
    May 1, 1991
    27 years
  • Frank Gabriel
    May 1, 1958
    60 years
  • Kim Street
    May 1, 2005
    13 years
  • George Valentine
    May 11, 2006
    12 years
  • Carla Edwards
    May 16, 2000
    18 years
  • Edgar Horton
    May 23, 2016
    2 years
  • David Hawkins
    May 24, 2010
    8 years
  • Leslie Schmidt
    May 25, 2006
    12 years
 
Home Page Stories
Don’t forget to sign up for Meals on Wheels . This is one of our easiest service projects and probably one of the most needed in our community. We have been doing this for many years and our community depends on us to do it. Service above Self, People Making the Difference, Be the Inspiration! And just in case you missed todays meeting 
 
The Plainview Rotary Club is currently taking nominations of High School Juniors to attend Camp RYLA.  RYLA is a leadership camp that seeks to prepare the next generation of community leaders.
Camp RYLA 2018 information
Miss Wayland 2018, Ellen Hedlund, tells Rotary about how she got to Plainview from a small town in California. After a nation-wide search, Wayland won out over Baylor and TCU and all others. We are lucky she chose Wayland because we have been blessed by her presence.
 
Coralyn Dillard introduced Ellen who was joined by Nicole Adams, Assistant Coordinator of Student Activities at Wayland (and former Miss Wayland 2014).
 
Ellen displays the Rotary 4-Way Test coin that President Nominee Jay Givens gave her. Also a contribution to the Plainview Area United Way will be give in Ellen's honor.
Compassionate Care Pregnancy Center
1209 Quincy St
5pm, Tuesday, January 30, 2018
 
Join us for pizza, fellowship, as we help a local organization help our community.
 
We are Rotarians, Making a Difference through Service Above Self!
Rotary Brags! Scott Franklin brags on the Flying Queens who are the winningest women's college basketball team in the wirld. They go for win 1,600 on Thursday. Dianne DeVos brags on Happy State Bank's Business After Hours on December 5. Regan Book Manning bragged on the French meal Maud cooked for Thanksgiving. Cynthia Gregory bragged on her new pet dog. Dave Sandahl bragged on the Plainview High Navy JROTC's 3rd place finish at a multi-unit competition in Wichita Falls.
All money "paid" for Brags goes to the Clubs efforts to support the Rotary International Foundation.   Thank You Charles Starnes for documenting the days activity. 
I cant tell who is having more fun, The Rotarians or the Kids???? Dictionary distribution kicked off at a couple campuses this morning and will continue through November and December. Sign ups will be coming out as each campus decided when they want the dictionaries to be delivered...
During the Rotary Foundation presentation today, Jay Givens mentioned that Amazon will contribute 0.5% of eligible purchases to your choice of charities through http://smile.amazon.com.  You must use that link to have the contribution made (not the normal www.amazon.com).  
 
When searching for the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International in the charity list, search using "Rotary Foundation Evanston" You can also use the District 5730 charity "Rotary District 5730 Charitable Foundation Inc."
 

Calls from Claus

Would your child like to receive a call from Santa?
 
Tuesday, December 19, 6-9pm, Rotarians will call your child as Santa to make their holiday season jolly!
 
$5/child or $10/family (same phone line)
 
Sign up today using the "Calls from Claus" form in the Download forms section.  Email the completed form and we'll bill you.  All proceeds go to the Rotary Foundation.
Please send nominations for students finishing their junior year of high school to Jay Givens (jgivens@wbu.edu) as soon as possible.  A nomination should include the student's name, phone contact, and a short description of their community involvement and leadership participation.  These nominations will be reviewed by the Public Relations Committee.
 
The deadline for our club to submit applications is April 3.
Ted Baker assumed duties as Club President today and moderated a Club Assembly.  Ted announced the board decision to host an exchange student next year and reminded members to nominate juniors for Camp RYLA June 5-9.  Anyone interested in being a host family for 2017-18 may contact Coralyn Dillard and nominations for Camp RYLA should be sent to Jay Givens.  Jay introduced the March Student of the Month, Layne Mustian, to the club and Coralyn introduced Rotary Youth Exchange student, Fer Dilli Nano, and gave an update on her activities.
 
Ted also shared his vision for some upcoming changes to board structure, adding Youth Committee and RWD Committee and possibly moving chair responsibilities away from board members in order to establish stronger consistency of the committees.  Kim Street shared reflections on PETS and emphasized the strength of our club as so many of our members were leaders for this event at the district level.  
 
Charles Starnes gave a short statement about the importance of the Rotary Foundations and V.O. Ortega drew names for "early bird prizes" for those who had donated to the foundation raffle.  V.O. also honored Ted Baker for achieving another level of giving to the foundation with a Paul Harris Fellow +4.  Janice Payne recognized member anniversaries: Kenneth Hooper, Coralyn Dillard, and Karen Earhart and inducted a new member, Dave Sandahl, to the club.
 
Membership chair Janice Payne presented membership anniversary pins to Kenneth Hooper (20 years), Coralyn Dillard (13 years), and Karen Earhart (4 years).
 
     
Club President Ted Baker pins the Rotary wheel pin on new member LCDR Dave Sandahl while membership chair Janice Payne introduces him to the club.                           
 
     
Rotary members participating in the Club Assembly.  The near table includes Brazilian exchange student, Fer Dilli Nano (front left), March student of the month, Layne Mustian (back left), and two former students of the month.
Glenn Shur was our program today.. A local farmer/producer that grows a specialty crop used in breakfast cereal to boost the antioxidant levels.. Try Grain berry cereals next time your browsing the cereal isle in United.
 
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Pres-Nom; Foundation VChair
Treasurer
Secretary
Immediate Past President, Foundation Chair
Director
Director
Director
Assistant Treasurer
Director
Director
Sargent-at-Arms
Director
 
 

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