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Our 1st service project of the 2022-2023 Rotary Year. The Rotary club of Plainview TX put together a team of a approximately 25 Rotarians and guest to participate in Operation Serve. Operation Serve is joint effort Of the First Methodist Church of Plainview and the City of Plainview, it is a community wide clean up and service outreach.  link to video  https://youtu.be/QNnT_-EPHC8 
 

Team Rotary 

Join us for our 1st service project of the 2022-2023 Rotary Year, Operation Serve is a joint effort Between the First Methodist church and the City of Planview. 

Service Above Self will apply   

 

Thank you

Leslie Gattis

806-729-6784

call or email me question or suggestions 

 
The Rotary Club of Plainview is hosting a Blood Drive at Wayland Baptist University.
 
When: Thursday, June 24, from 10am to 2pm. 
 
Where: Brown Family Conference Center (the small chapel on 8th Street between the Education and Bible buildings)
 
Who: Rotarians, Rotaractors, students of the month, student alumni, friends, family, coworkers -- help us spread the word so we can get all the slots filled
 
How: Register on the Vitalant Website
100 YEARS of Service Above Self
Our club had presentations from U.S. Representative Jodey Arrington, Mayor Charles Starnes and District Governor Bonnie Pendelton.  We heard from past Presidents who talked about each decade and enjoyed a great evening of food, fun and celebration.  By the way, our club has the most Past District Governors, 6 so far.  Way to go Plainview 
 
 
Fancy and Adrianna, 7th graders at Estacado Middle School, were awarded the grand prize for Perfect Attendance by Rotarian Scott Franklin.  Also pictured is Keelie Ramos from Coronado Middle School with Principal Long.  All of these young ladies had perfect attendance for the ENITE SCHOOL YEAR, an amazing achievement this year, especially.  
 
 
  
1921-2021
You are cordially invited to attend the
Plainview Rotary Club
Centennial Celebration
Saturday, June 5, 2021
Plainview ISD Board Room
2409 Yonkers St., Plainview, Texas
 
5:30 PM Social
6:30 PM   Meal and Program
 
Cost for non-members - $25.00
 
Deadline for reservations is May 31
 
Mail your check payable to Plainview Rotary Club
PO Box 964, Plainview TX 79073-0964
or register online @ plainviewrotary.org
For additional information call Deana at 806-774-5846
or email jdsageser@sptc.net
 
The link to register is is on the left under Upcoming events
 
Please join us as we celebrate 100 years of Rotary in Plainview! We will have special guest from each decade to tell you about Rotary form the 20s-30s-40s-50s and so on. It will be a night of remembering and a night to remember. You will not want to miss it. Each club member’s meal has been paid, we ask that you register yourself and your guest, an email invoice of $25 will be sent for each of your guest. May 31st is the deadline to register.. MORE Details soon!
 
 
Assistant Governor Leslie Gattis was recognized as "Rotarian of the Year" for Rotary District 5730. 
IPP Jay Givens received the award as Area 5 "Best Club" for
President Deana Sageser.
 
At District Conference our club was honored by Rotary District 5730 for the club with the "Best Club Website"
Pictured are president Deana Sageser and AG Leslie Gattis
Our President-Nominee Scott Franklin spoke to Rotary District 5730 Conference about the impact our COVID grant made to help
provide safety to healthcare professionals, educators and others across the nation. Scott was featured in an article in Rotary magazine.
Pictured are Past District Governors, Charles Starnes, J B Roberts and seated Michael Graves.  
Monte Monroe, the State Historian of Texas pictured in the middle.
Rotary Club of Plainview

Plainview

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Plainview ISD Board Room
2409 Yonkers St.
Plainview, TX 79072
United States of America
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