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DG Mike Groom Official Visit Pittsburg
Nov 03, 2021
DG Mike Groom Official Visit Paris United
Nov 04, 2021
Iron Lung- District 6190
Nov 06, 2021
DG Mike Groom Official Visit Texarkana Internation
Nov 15, 2021
DG Mike Groom Official Visit Texarkana Oaklawn RC
Nov 16, 2021
DG Mike Groom Official Visit Texarkana Sunrise
Nov 17, 2021
DG Mike Groom Official Visit West Bowie County
Nov 17, 2021
DG Mike Groom Official Visit Wilbur Smith
Nov 18, 2021
DG Mike Groom Official Visit to Longview Midtown
Dec 01, 2021
DG Mike Groom Official Visit Carthage
Dec 02, 2021
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DG Mike Groom November Newsletter 
Rotary’s monthly theme for November is the Rotary Foundation.  I will share some outstanding facts about our Foundation. It is now over 100 years old and since it’s formation, the Foundation has spent more than $4 billion on life-changing sustainable projects. It is one of a select group of charities that merits Charity Navigator’s Four-Star rating. Arch Klump, in 1917, proposed setting up an endowment for the purpose of doing good in the world. His idea, and an initial contribution of $26.50 set in motion a powerful force that has transformed millions of lives around the globe. You see, when we give to the Foundation, we give hope to our world – not only abroad but at home as well.
November is Rotary Foundation Month
"If we can conquer space, we can conquer childhood hunger." Buzz Aldrin
"We can all make a difference in the lives of others in need, because it is the most simple of gestures that make the most significant of differences." Miya Yamanouchi
With your help, we can end polio for good. Click here for the "Countdown to the History of Polio."
Important message about LoneStar PETS from DGE Carolyn Franks!
Save the Date! LoneStar PETs’ leadership team is planning for an in person training February 24, 2022 through February 27, 2022 at the Hyatt Regency DFW Airport, 2334 North International Parkway, Dallas, Tx.
Registration will be open soon at and hotel rooms in the discounted room block are filling fast. Pre-training began early September so if your club has not elected your President Elect, please do so as soon as possible.   The Pre-training will get your President Elect and President Nominee prepared for the fast tract training in February 2022.
International Service Newsletter 
November always celebrates The Rotary Foundation in the Rotary International World. World Polio Day has just passed, and Rotarians are able to focus on the good they can do through The Rotary Foundation (TRF). TRF is the engine which drives all the good we do. Whether it is giving dictionaries to local third graders, buying bicycles for children for Christmas, supporting your local food bank, or a host of other local projects, Rotarians make a huge difference in their local communities. TRF also allows us to do significant work internationally. In 2020-21, over 2,000 Global Grants valued at $130M were completed around the world. Your support of TRF helped provide clean water, medical care, economic development, education, and promoted peace in places around the globe.
November Membership Minute 
Club membership is CLIMBING in 2021!!! Thanks to numerous clubs having new members join, District 5830 is in the LEAD for Zones 30 and 31 attendance growth. Rotary International shows D5830 growing by 56. According to our numbers, the new member count should be 61, so RI will be catching up with our numbers shortly. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!

Would you like to ENERGIZE your club and find the FORCE to attract new members? Suggest you contact Sam Scroggins, our Visioning coordinator.
 How to become a District Visioning Facilitator.
District 5830 is ramping up its efforts to conduct Rotary Visioning Events for every District Club within the next year. DG Mike Groom has made this one of his prime objectives. To date in 2021, four Visioning Events have been completed. To increase the pace, more trained Facilitators are needed. To help fulfill this need, a Zoom training session on Visioning Facilitation, led by the RI Zone 30/31 Visioning Coordinator, Glen Vanderford, has been scheduled for December 6, 2021.  All Assistant District Governors have been invited to participate in the session. An invitation has also been extended as a refresher program for those already trained as a District Visioning Facilitator.
Early Registration for 2022 Houston Convention
2022 Houston International Convention 
Registration fees from June 17 to December 15, 2021 is $475.00
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2020-2021 District 5830 Conference 
Our virtual 5830 District Conference held October 16th was an opportunity to learn, grow, and experience the joy 5830 Rotarians have given to others this past 2020-2021 Rotary Year. Go to District 5830  Website's (YouTube Link) or click here to discover an enjoyable 2 1/2 hours of learning, and find out about our new initiatives in Guatemala and Mexico.  If you missed Past Rotary International Director, Floyd Lancia's presentation on Eradication of Polio you will want to view the 24 minute video.  Celebrate with us as we announced Cedar Creek Lake Rotary Club as Club of Year and Past Atlanta Area Rotary Club President,  Fern Porter as Rotarian of the 2020-2021 year; and learn about the difference each and everyone of you made as Rotarians with your prayers, your presence, your gifts, and your action this pandemic year.
Marshall Rotary Club’s New Venue
In 1919, the year the Marshall RC was officially chartered, they began meeting downtown atop the Hotel Marshall when it was constructed in 1929. This was the hub of the vibrant city located just a block from the Harrison County Courthouse. In the late 1960’s the hotel closed and the club was forced to meet in various locations around town. After four decades, the vacant and dilapidated hotel was donated to East Texas Baptist University. ETBU quickly began a Capital campaign and raised funds to renovate the building. It now is called the Marshall Grand and is home to the ETBU College of Nursing which is ranked Number One in the State of Texas.
Pictured: Marshall Rotary Club President Hannah Luce. 

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