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Humble Rotary

Service Above Self

For a Celebration of Fellowship
and Rotary every Wednesday at noon.
Humble Civic Center
8233 Will Clayton Parkway
Humble, TX  77338
United States
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It was an exciting meeting as 11 scholarships were awarded to Humble ISD Seniors via 6 Rotary Jack Fields Sr. Endowment Foundation, 2 CARES ( Community Award Recognizing Excellence in Service ) Scholarships and 3 Four Way Test Essay Contest winners. It was nice to have parents and teacher present. An exciting day as we invested $17,500 in furthering the education of 11 outstanding Humble ISD Seniors.
Humble ISD Seniors Awarded 11 Scholarships by The Rotary Club of Humble
The Rotary Club of Humble invested $17,500 in the education of 11 Humble ISD seniors at their annual scholarship awards meeting. There were three types of scholarships awarded. There were two CARES scholarships, six Rotary Jack Fields Sr Endowment scholarships and three Four Way Essay Contest scholarships. It was a good day for education and eleven deserving seniors of Humble ISD.
Humble Rotary presents Two  CARES Scholarships to Humble ISD Students
(Humble, TX) May 18, 2017—The Humble Rotary Club awarded two Community Award Recognizing Excellence in Service (CARES) scholarships. $5000  was presented to Akriti Keswani and  $2000 to Saul Dominquez.
The CARES scholarships were presented for outstanding community service, a high grade point average (GPA) and for exibiting leadership qualities during the academic year. Akitri Keswani received a $5000 scholarship and Saul Dominquez received a $2000 Scholarship. Keswani is graduating 3rd in her class at Quest Early College High School and Dominiquez is graduating 13th in his class at Atascocita High School.
Humble Rotary Presents Scholarships To Four Way Test Essay Contest Winners
(Humble,Texas)(May 17, 2017)
Humble Rotary awarded three scholarships to winners of the annual Four Way Test Essay contest.  Winners were Sareen Ali, first, $2000, second Carla Godoy, $1500 and third, Kendall Womack, $1000. Womack and Ali attend Summer Creek High School.Godoy attends Kingwood High School
Eight Junior Rotarians were awarded scholarships at our scholarship awards meeting Wednesday. Speaks well for the quality of our Junior Rotarians. Pictures from left to right are Ariah Watson, Akriti Keswani, Elyse Santiago, Carla Godoy, Dr. Bonnie Longnion, Fernanda Lago Arroyo, Noah Amar, Nia Daughtry and Kayla House
Benefiting the Angouleme Children
The only money that changed hands at the Casino Party hosted by James and Kim Davitt was the donations to help their daughter’s French teacher with supplies to assist youngsters from Syria and other countries under strife. The donations were made to The Rotary Club of Humble and will be forwarded to a Rotary Club in France for management. Their daughter, Hannah, sent our club a very insightful letter about her fellow French students who have experienced strife in their lives due to internal strife in their home countries. A fun and rewarding evening to benefit others.

Why is our club committed to Rotary Youth Exchange? What are the objectives of Youth Exchange? What impact does Youth Exchange have on our youth? Does it develop a better understanding of other cultures and their needs? Read Hannah’s report and you will develop a special appreciation for this great program and the maturity of a young lady named Hannah.
There will be a fundraiser at the Davitt’s this Friday evening. Funds raised will help the French teacher and students impacted with some tough conditions.
Hello everyone! This is Hannah Davitt, Rotary Youth Exchange to France.
Rotary Club of Humble To Award 11 Scholarship Winners
The Humble Rotary Club will award 11 scholarships to Humble ISD Students April 17ty. Two Community Award Recognizing Excellence in Service (CARES) scholarships, one for $5000 and another for $2000, three Four Way Test Essay contest winners, totaling $4500 and 6  Jack Fields Sr. Endowment Foundation scholarships.
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Member interview: Writer sheds light on FDR’s right-hand woman
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A taste of independence
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