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The Best Club for Fellowship, Fun and Service

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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Ken Austin is home and on the road to recovery. Carolyn will tell him what to do and what not to do.
 
Oran will need to have 6 weeks of IV antibiotics to treat osteomyelitis. He is is in good spirits.
 
Bothof these Rotarians have good caretakers.
 
Get well guys and do what your caretakers tell you to do and what not to do.
 
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Sad news about Pam and her family as Pam's mom passed away in her sleep. Our thoughts and prayers are with Pam and the family in this time of loss. Services will be in the fall.
Jonathan Randolph joins the Fellowship of Rotary Service as the newest member of Humble Rotary. Chris Elliott, Red Badge Chairman is on his left and President Pam McNair on the right.
Humble Rotary has had a net increase in membership of 19 this year.
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#rotary #lakehouston #district5890
— with Chris Elliott, Jonathan Randolph and Pam McNair.
 

Rotary Club of Humble attends the installation dinner for incoming District Governor Bill Palko #rotary #d5890 #serviceaboveself #humblerotary — with Bill Davis, Janna Watson, Chris Elliott, Pam McNair, Steven Day, Steven Day, Jennifer Mutchler 

 

 

Barbara Goodson shared information about the Ministry of Have Shears, Will Travel. Their mission is to Enhance the Dignity of Every Client. They provide grooming services to individuals that do not have the resources to enjoy this luxury. The ultimate product is dignity, transformation, and restoration to the underserved of the community-sheltered & unsheltered individuals, home bound physically impaired individuals, and individuals who are in hospice care or are rehabilitating in a hospital.
It is amazing the impact that grooming has on an individual.
Visit www.haveshearswilltravel.org to learn more about this outreach.
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Irene Lalla and Claudia Franco are new members of the Rotary Club of Humble. They were sponsored byKelly Baker Paull. Welcome Irene and Claudia.
 
 
Humble Rotary inducted 2 new members at this weeks meeting. Charles Adams, Jr (sponsored by Mike Carr) and Michael Kevlin (sponsored by Skip Curry). Where will Rotary go next? Join us and find out!

Pictured are Red Badge Committee Chair Chris Elliott, President Pam McNair, Mike Carr, Charles Adams, Jr, Michael Kevlin and Skip Curry. Welcome! #HumbleRotary #D5890 #JoinRotary #ServiceAboveSelf
— with Chris Elliott, Pam McNair, Mike Carr, Charles Adams Jr, Michael Kelvin and Skip Curry.
 
Janna Watson, member of the Rotary Club of Humble and Past President of the Hobbs Rotary Club, presented us with a Rotary banner from her club.
 
Today we say farewell to Charlotte Rekers, our inbound Rotary Exchange student from the Netherlands. It has been an absolute joy to have Charlotte in not only our club, but as a part of our community as well. Like anyone who becomes a part of your family, it's never goodbye....so "tot zien"...or see you soon!
 

Barbara Goodson of Have Shears, Will Travel is Wednesday’s Program. This Will be an outstanding program about a Hair Ministry

Have Shears Will Travel, a registered 501c3, has been providing free haircuts and grooming needs since April 2015. In that short time, we have met many important milestones, serving over 4,000 homeless, hospice and special needs adults by networking with over 20 nonprofit service agencies, hospice and rehab care providers throughout greater Houston. In order to advance our mission, in the fourth quarter of 2016 we were successful in purchasing a pre-owned motorhome which was converted into a mobile hair salon enabling us to increase our number served to over 400 per month.

 

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