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Rotary Club project to provide to first responders face shields provided and built on the 3d printer machine managed by Dr. Scott Franklin.
Pictiured is Rotary President Deana Sageser, Fire Dept. Captain Matt Blackburn, Lieutenant Kevin Goss, EMT Katalina Jerden, EMT Cameron Lunsford, EMT Caleb Ledbetter, EMT Bryan Alvarado
 Police Dept. is Captain Dion Guerra, and Chief Derrick Watson
Be sure to sign up to ring the bell for the Salvation Army, December 12th. 
The donations from the Red Kettles make it possible for the Salvation Army to continue its year round efforts in helping those in need.
 Your generosity keeps the mission of the Salvation Army in Plainview going strong.  
We were honored to have District 5730 District Governor Bonnie Pendleton visit our club. Pictured are Rotarian of the Quarter Leslie Gattis,
Past President Jay Givens, President Deana Sagesar, District Governor Bonnie Pendleton and Past District Governor Steve Long.
PolioPlus project, we are collecting mobility devices
(crutches, walkers, canes, wheelchairs, etc.) for David Talbot's Crutches4Africa
Welcome to Rotary
 Plainview Rotary inducted new member Jason Geesey Tuesday Sept 29th. 
Membership Chair Kim Street led the ceremony and President Deana Sageser welcomed Jason to the club.  PDG Charles Starnes sponsored him.  
Presidents' Promise signing. 
Past President Jay Givens, Current President Deana Sageser, President-Elect Isauro Gutierrez and President-Nominee Scott Franklin
all signed the document committing to support one another and provide continuity in leadership of Rotary Club of Plainview.
Rotarian of the Quarter for January-March 2020, Scott Franklin, has been hard at work making personal protective equipment for the COVID-19 pandemic.  Through the Rotary Foundation, the Rotary Club of Plainview was able to purchase an additional printer to significantly enhance PPE output.  Franklin and 2019-20 president Jay Givens had an opportunity to talk to Rotary International about the work Scott and others are doing during this unique time in our world.
Rotary International Article: https://www.rotary.org/en/3d-printers-rescue
Frankline delivers PPE to Covenant Hospital
The Rotary Club of Plainview hosted the Rotary Club of Bethlehem, Palestine, on a Zoom meeting, June 16.  Mazin Qumsiyeh, a professor at Bethlehem University, was the main speaker.  The club learned about issues ongoing in Palestine as well as the service work of the Bethlehem club.  Rotary connects the world through service above self.  Plainview and Bethlehem members ended the meeting with a desire to work together on future projects and have additional joint meetings.
Rotary Club of Bethlehem
There are People of Action right here in Plainview who are making our city, our region, and our world a better place.  The Rotary Club of Plainview is the only service club in Plainview that has consistently met during the COVID pandemic using Zoom technology.  Rotarians are People of Action.  We have connected with organizations around the world during the past two months and have supported COVID-related economic relief efforts in Plainview with donations of $5,000.
We invite you to join community leaders who seek service above self.  Together, we protect COVID medical professionals with 3D printed PPE; we cheer residents of area nursing homes with homemade Valentine's Day cards; we encourage students to active secondary school attendance through Perfect Attendance awards; and we support those whose lives have been disrupted by COVID-prevention through funding non-profit organizations.  These pictures are just a part of the life-changing work we do weekly.  You see, Rotary connects the world through service above self.  Be our guest on Zoom.  Find out how you can be a person of action in our community. 
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Member Birthdays:
  • Janice Payne
    January 2
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    January 22
  • Willis McCutcheon
    January 23
  • Don Book
    January 26
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    January 31
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  • Don Book
    January 1, 1984
    37 years
  • Ross Owen
    January 1, 1985
    36 years