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Join us as we welcome by Eric Wibur with Love Where You Live - Schertz to talk to us more about what his organization does for our community.
Thank you to the Ivory's (Ivory Freeman Jr. & Ivory Sr.) for coming out to educate our members on the health benefits of CBD, it was enlightening to say the least.  Special thanks to Mike Isbell with G. Michael Custom Homes for sponsoring the luncheon.
Always a great time when we gather as friends and Rotarians.  Especially when we get to welcome new members....Dean Midlick - Fred Degollado - Marlon Poitier & Joseph Terry into our club!  We are all looking forward to getting to know all of you on a personal and professional level.  WELCOME TO ROTARY!!!!
Thank you to our members that took time out of their lives to come out to GRASP for our 11th Annual Western Night.  As usual, our members and guests all had a great time and the food was delicious!
Thank you for joining us as we learn more about the services that our local NCOA office provides our enlisted military personnel from member Joseph Terry.  You can learn more at
We were also informed that our clubs 501c3 - The Greater Randolph Area Partners In Education Foundation gave over $10,000 in aid to students in need in the Randolph Metrocom community.
Thank you to member Jay Higginson with GRASP for talking to us about this years Western night at GRASP!  For more information please contact club Secretary, Liane Garrett at 210-683-1169
Jeff Fletcher and David Sippel from our clubs non-profit organization - The Greater Randolph Area Partners In Education Foundation, presented a check to GRASP for $1000 to stock their shelves with Peanut Butter & Jelly for students in need.
Our club and their members will not be meeting on Monday, December 23rd so we can spend time with family.  
Randolph Metrocom Rotarians and community leaders gather together to support the students starting the Steele High School Interact Club.  There was an overwhelming response of students interested in an opportunity to learn leadership skills and get involved in community service.  Community leaders showing support: Mayor Stosh Boyle, Mayor Pro-Tem - Mr. Joel Hicks, School Board Member - Mr. Gary Inman and Community Leader - Mr. Cedric Edwards. 
On December 9th The Wiederstein Choir came out to our luncheon and entertained us with songs of the season, in exchange they received a check for $250. Special thanks to member, Michael Beaver with Methodist Hospital Northeast for sponsoring this luncheon!
During this luncheon we also recognized Susan Hopkins with Judson ISD. Susan was recognized by the Greater Randolph Area Partners in Education (GRAPIE) for outstanding service for assisting students in the Judson Independent School District (JISD) For the last 8 years. As the JISD Secretary to the Director of Guidance & Counseling, she helped thousands of students in need.
And.....we had a "dual" check presentation to GRASP and to River City Community Church.  Each of these groups received a donation of beef and/or chicken fajita meat that had an estimated combined value of $1200.
Members and guests learned about the work The Rotary Foundation does for us locally and around the world.  Thank you to our clubs Foundation Chair, Linda Bell as well as Cheri Armstrong and District 5840 Foundation Chair Jerry Hardy. Special thanks to member Debbie John with Blue Bonnet Palace for sponsoring our luncheon!
Thank you to our members and guest for coming out for our annual Morgans Wonderland presentation and Candy collection with Jessica Lizardo.  To learn more about Morgans Wonderland you can visit them at  Special thanks to Jay Higginson with GRASP for sponsoring the luncheon.
GRAPIE (Greater Randolph Area Partners in Education Foundation) presented GRASP with a check for $1000.  GRAPIE will also fund RACAP with a check for $1000.  Each of these organizations will receive $4000 between July 1, 2019 - June 31, 2020
Our club participated in this years Balloon Fest!  We served up some delicious beef and chicken fajitas with member, Brian Smith's big ole' grill!  
Thanks for going us as we hear from 25th Judicial District Judge, William Old III.  Special thanks to member, Jason Barger with Barger Law Firm for sponsoring the luncheon. 
This past week our Immediate Past President, Jason Barger gave a great presentation about Rotary at the Tri-County Luncheon.  He also invited everyone to join us on October 24th from 5:30-6:30 at Houlihan's in Live Oak for a Pint on the Patio in recognition of World Polio Day.  Special Thanks go out to Liane Garrett with MadWomen Marketing for sponsoring this luncheon and allowing Rotary time for a presentation.
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