The Plainview Rotary Club had its quarterly assembly on Tuesday, December 6, at the Plainview Civic Center. Several members were recognized for service anniversaries including Kim Morton, Isauro Gutierrez, and  Coach Danny Wrenn who has completed three years in the club. 
Membership chair Janice Payne inducted new member Mike Craig, transportation engineering, who was sponsored by Ted Baker. Janice also read the names of two prospective members who will be inducted at the first meeting in January. 
President Elect Kim Street read some bylaw changes and announced the slate of officers for next year. Votes will be taken in January.
Service project chair Scott Franklin described the numerous projects that club members have completed in the past few months including the "Words for Thirds" delivery of 698 dictionaries to third graders in Hale County, Thanksgiving meal for the Women's crisis Center. 
High school senior Melody Brown was recognized for her work to start an Interact Club at her school. Five Rotarians have signed up to mentor the new club. Melody is a past student of the month and attended Rotary Youth Leadership Award camp last summer.
President  T. Leslie Gattis gave brief Foundation updated and noted that from the Foundation social  held in late October $864 was raised which equals 5760 polio vaccinations.

The meeting was concluded by the Four Way Test led by Ross Owen.