Rotary Club of Weatherford, Texas

Serving Since 1921

Weatherford Rotary
We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
North Side Baptist Church
910 North Main Street
Weatherford, TX  76086
United States
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Upcoming Programs
Susan Wood
Aug 21, 2018
Hope Center for Autism
 
 
Weatherford Rotary
 
Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad. We invite you to visit our local branch of Rotary International here in Weatherford, Texas on Tuesdays at Noon.
 
 
Rotary News

The 2018 Battle of the Badges community blood drive will take place from August 16-18 at two locations in Weatherford.
 
Thursday, August 16, 11:00am - 2:00pm at Golden Moon, 1410 S. Main Street.
 
Friday, August 17, 12:00pm - 6:00pm at Shep's Place/Saltwater, 816/810 S. Main Street.
 
Saturday, August 18, 12:00pm - 6:00pm at Shep's Place/Saltwater, 816/810 S. Main Street.
 
Donate blood to Carter BloodCare and cast a vote for the Fire Department or Police Department in the Battle of the Badges. All donors will receive a t-shirt and goody bag.
 
 
You can click here to download a copy of the poster. If you would like to volunteer to assist with this event contact Ron Hunn at 817-798-1317.

Toronto, the Capital of Nice, opened its arms this week to welcome 25,188 Rotarians from around the world, who came to Rotary’s annual convention looking for inspiration — and finding it.

Whether it was by seeing old friends in the hallways, making new connections in the House of Friendship, or listening to eloquent speakers at general sessions, attendees found plenty at the 109th Rotary International Convention to remind them of the fellowship that binds them and the diversity that Rotary embodies.

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The statistics are staggering. More than 28,000 people are uprooted from their homes each day as a result of war, oppression, and poverty. That’s nearly 20 people per minute. 

By the end of 2016, an unprecedented 65.6 million people, from West Africa to South Asia, have been forcibly displaced, making it the world’s worst migrant crisis in history. 

The wave of migrants and refugees has overwhelmed the international community, putting a particular strain on neighboring countries and Europe. Turkey hosts the largest number of refugees with nearly 3 million. Pakistan is second. Germany is the only high-income country in the top ten host nations, with about 700,000 refugees and asylum-seekers.

Rotary clubs are doing their part to help alleviate the global refugee crisis with projects that help bring water and health care to refugee camps, funds for families to move to safer countries, and more. Over the last several years, clubs and districts have used roughly $3 million of global grant funds toward refugee-related projects. 

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Three Rotary women were recognized on 7 March at the World Bank in Washington, D.C., USA, for their commitment to improving lives through innovative humanitarian projects. 

The celebration, hosted by the World Bank Group Staff Association, and sponsored by Rotary International and investment firm Oppenheimer & Co., was one of many events held this week to mark International Women's Day, which is on 8 March each year. It highlighted the positive changes women make around the world. Annette Dixon, vice president of the World Bank for South Asia, moderated the event. 

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Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
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Secretary/Treasury
The Rotary Foundation
Director Club Service
Director Community Service
Director International Service
Youth Services
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Director at Large - Public Relations
Director at Large - Meals on Wheels
Director at Large - Flags
Immediate Past President