DG Judy and the ladies of her family wish everyone the most wonderful and blessed Holiday Season!
From Left to right:
Niece Kelly, Sister-in-law Renee, Sister Sue, DG Judy, Sister-in-law Shelly, Family's best friend Adrienne, Niece Addie and Niece Hallie.  

Our health is everything. Yet 400 million people in the world can't afford or don't have access to basic health care. We believe good health care is everyone's right.

Disease results in misery, pain, and poverty for millions of people worldwide. That’s why treating and preventing disease is so important to us. We lead efforts both large and small. We set up temporary clinics, blood donation centers, and training facilities in under served communities struggling with outbreaks and health care access. We design and build infrastructure that allows doctors, patients, and governments to work together.

Our members combat diseases like malaria, HIV/AIDS, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, and polio. Prevention is important, which is why we also focus on health education and bringing people routine hearing, vision, and dental care.


On November 15, 2018, Rotary District 5830 Governor Judy Guthrie made her official visit to the Clarksville Rotary Club.   This visit to the Clarksville club concluded her official visits to the 43 clubs in the district.  In her honor, the Clarksville Rotary Club contributed $100.00 to the Annual Fund of The Rotary Foundation.  
Shown in the photo, left to right, are club president Dan Meehan, District Governor Judy Guthrie and Assistant Governor Susan Chapman.
Heart 2 Heart- Mexico City trip November 7-14, 2018: Message from IPDG Ted Huffhines. 
I had the good fortune to travel to Mexico City with Rotarians from across Zones 30 & 31. There were 10 states represented among the 42 who went on the trip. The purpose of this trip was to see the results of numerous projects being done in the Mexico City area. District 5830 has financially supported several of these projects. Additionally, a number of other project opportunities were also visited and reviewed. I am hopeful that clubs in our District will be interested in hearing about these opportunities and decide to get more involved with the Rotary work in Mexico.
 Congratulation Wayne Collins for serving as Mineola Grand Marshall at the Mineola Christmas Parade. 
Thanks to the generosity of South Tyler Rotary members, they raised $900.00 by passing the hat for the Holiday of Hope program for the Children's Advocacy Center. Holiday of Hope allows the CAC to partner with generous supporters and share Christmas with clients and their families who do not have the resources to afford this celebration.
Members of South Tyler Rotary  and the Bishop Gorman Interact Club went shopping on Thursday, November 15th to buy gifts for the 9 children they adopted through the Holiday of Hope program for the Children's Advocacy Center.   With their help, children who have experienced the unthinkable will wake up Christmas morning to gifts and everyday necessities that will be cherished.
Santa's helpers included STR members Mark Roberts, Brandie Henderson, Carol Conover and Amanda Folmar and Bishop Gorman Interact Club members Olivia Roberts, Lindy Navara, Sloane Salitore and Emma Schuermann.,
Texarkana Sunrise Rotary Club and BWI have made a commitment to co-sponsor a Nash Cub Scout Troop.  Their November 28th, morning program was lead by Anthony Escobar the local Scouting Executive.   
President, Steve Collier, BWI Co-President and Sunrise Rotarian, Robert Bunch, Tyler Joyce with Scouting and President Elect Mary Wormington are signing the Official Documents for the co-sponsorship for the Nash Scout Den. 
Keep Henderson Beautiful is so excited getting this new addition for Christmas at Lake Forest Park completed.  Rotary Club of Henderson took on the making, sponsoring, then coming out to install these LED trees that was turned on December 1st.  Big thanks to Club President Andy Vinson, Mart Hooper, Bill Preston, John Henson, Gwen Ingram and her son, Stacy and Jay Johnson, Doy Brown, and Renae Chambers. 
Henderson RC President, Andy Vinson  shares "A Big Thank You to Henderson Rotarians and Henderson High School Interact students for "Service Above Self" in your work in our Rusk County Syrup Festival booth".   
2018 Tyler Rotary Christmas Parade was a huge success with 110 entries and well organized and orchestrated by Rotarians from 3 Tyler Rotary Clubs!   Congratulations to all!!!
The Oaklawn Rotary Club of Texarkana held their Annual Drawdown Fundraiser on October 23rd at the Elks 399 Lodge in Texarkana, Arkansas.   In addition to the drawdown, the annual event included a fish fry, a silent auction, and a raffle.  Rotarian Hershel Flanagan provided musical entertainment for event goers.  The event was record setting for the club, raising more than $10,000 for local charities.  The club is currently reviewing charities nominated to receive individual grants of $600 each and will soon be awarding the grants made possible each year through the fundraising initiative.
 Rotarian Winford Dunn and Club President Stefanie Brazile
Texarkana Oaklawn RC's Arkansas High Interact students spent Tuesday afternoon, during their Thanksgiving break, volunteering at the Salvation Army.  The students helped with preparation for the annual Angel Tree distribution.   They had a busy afternoon preparing hygiene kits, hanging and organizing clothes, filling Angel Tree bags, and learning about the complex process that takes place each year.  
The Lindale Rotary Club Celebrity Waiter Wild Game Dinner will be Monday, March 4th 2019 from 5pm to 8pm at the Lindale Junior High.  Please mark your calendars to attend.  If you are interested in a sponsorship, there are still several available.  Please take a moment to review the attached flyer and let me know if you would like to sponsor or need tickets.  The Lindale Rotary Club appreciates your support!  Details are available on Flyer provided on the District Event  Calendar.
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