Well, it looks like this is my Swan Song!  All I can say is that it has been a heckuva a ride!  This past year will be one of the fondest memories I will ever have.  I have seen people I haven't seen in a long time and met some very fine Rotarians whom I didn't know but can now call my friends.  We have a great District with some amazing people who helped me out at every corner....for which I am eternally grateful.  It is with a heavy heart that I say good bye;  but you will see me again in the coming years as I don't intend to disappear!  Yours in Rotary Service, Judy
 
Carthage Rotary Club members from left to right: Back row-Cindy Deloney, Nick Durham, Renee Nolen, Barbara Cordell, Joe Bostick, Jim Young, Tommie Smith, Randy Liedtke, Lynda Seidel, Ray Schieffer, Keri Vance, Front row- Lynn Vincent, Carson Joines, Ann Flowers, Bev Brown, Lincoln King and DG Judy. 
 
Marshall Rotary Club sponsors Carthage Rotary Club.  Even more relevant than that is the fact that Judy Guthrie is the 2018-2019 District Governor of District 5830.  Judy was the first female member of the Rotary Club of Carthage, having joined in February of 2004!  Written by: PDG Jim Fitzgerald
 
The flash back into the past requires that the stage be set. World War II had ended May 8, 1945, but the war in Japan was still raging. 
 
A little over a month later, in the Sunday, June 17, 1945 edition of the Marshall News Messenger, Marshall club president, Gordon Boone, announced that several members of the Marshall and Center Texas Rotary clubs had met for the first meeting of the new Rotary club in Carthage, Texas, Friday June 15. 
 
 
 
 
Well....those of you who didn't go on the Multi District Conference Cruise missed a really good time!! We had really good speakers, played games to win prizes, helped the District in Cozumel paint a school, had beautiful weather and wonderful food. All in all, everyone had fun! WE WERE ON A CRUISE Y'ALL and didn't spend all day in a meeting room. We had speakers on Friday and Sunday mornings plus a memorial service for Rotarians in our four Districts who had passed away this past year. We had games in the afternoons if you wanted to play.....hula hoop, shuffleboard, and bean bag throw (also known as corn hole). I'm proud to say that a Rotarian from 5830, Mary Moss and her husband Bill won the bean bag throw!! I hope the DGs following us will do something for their District Conferences that is as much fun as this one was and can manage to get as many good speakers as we had. Please see pictures of the fun on the District Website Photo Album. 
 
In Rotary Service
2018-2019 District 5830 Governor Judy Guthrie

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Our annual 4 Way Speech Contest was a great success!  We had 19 contestants this year and being a judge is becoming more and more difficult.  These young people are just getting better and better.  The First, Second and Third Place winners are pictured here.  Congratulations to them and all the contestants for a job well done!

A big "Thank You" to Amy Hinton and the Members of Mt. Pleasant Rotary Club for hosting the event. In Rotary Service,
DG Judy
 
From Left to right: 3rd place winner Connelly Cowan from Mt. Pleasant, 1st place winner Jorgann Hulyerson from Cedar Creek Lake, 2nd place winner Brian Baird from Mt. Vernon.  
PDG John Jetter attended the triennial Rotary Council on Legislation as RI District 5830’s representative.  The Council met at the Hyatt Regency Chicago April 14 to 18, 2019.  The Council (one representative for each of 530 plus districts) considered 117 enactments of which 42 were adopted.
 
The 2019 Council on Legislation was not near as progressive as the 2016 Council.  However, it did take some interesting actions.
 
 Connor Lind, 2018-2019 District 5830 Global Scholar.  Clubs can have a Global Scholar coordinator and all members can be on the lookout for possible students looking to pursue a Masters Degree in one of Rotary's 6 Areas of Focus. Applicants  should be accepted by their college/university. Clubs can get applications and information at Rotary.org by searching Global Grants. Nominations can be sent to the District Administrator in the fall of 2019 or no later than January 31, 2020. PDG Lee Montgomery is available for assistance at d5830leem1617@gmail.com
 

 

Registration for Marshall Rotary Club's 100 Celebration event on Aug. 24 is now open on the Marshall web site.  Rotary International President's Mark Maloney will be the Guest  Speaker. 
 
Marshall, TX Rotary Club, was Chartered, August 1st, 1919.  We will be "Celebrating a Century of Changing Lives in Marshall – and Beyond",at 5:30 PM, August 24, 2019, at the Marshall Convention Center, Marshall Texas
 
Atlanta Area club has been sponsoring a “Next Chapter Book Club” for the last 2 years. Members Sheri New, David Lester and Fern Porter have been encouraging these “reading challenged” adults to open up the world of books and discover new vistas! This year they read about cats who can walk through walls and horses that can soar over stiles. There have been fun moments of suspense as we read each week.
Orval Pirtle Memorial Scholarships-- Athens
Cole Sumrall- Athens, Maribel Figueroa - Athens, Victor Silva - Brownsboro, Ashlyn Gartman - Brownsboro, William Scott Blair Jr. - Cross Roads, Madelynn Arwood - Cross Roads, Zoe Hebrank - LaPoynor, Whitney Berryhill - LaPoynor
Ron Baugh Scholarship-Athens
Bandera Barter - Athens, Caitlin Bomer - Athens, Natalie Harrell - Athens, Yasmin Torres - Brownsboro, Danaleigh Stiles - Cross Roads, Hayley Ned - Trinidad
 
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