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For over 30 years the Rotary Club of Fort Worth South has honored the city’s outstanding police officers and fire fighters with a plaque and cash award at an annual recognition luncheon in honor of Vince Genovese, a vibrant member of our Club and the Community. The Fort Worth Police Chief and Fire Chief make these presentations. To hear them tell of the bravery of these men and women is truly inspiring. This year we are expanding the event to include First Responders of all types. To register: http://tinyurl.com/RotaryFirstResponders
 
Our March 20 was a presentation by Mark Fox of the National Weather Service in Fort Worth. Mark gave us a history of the Weather Service noting that Fort Worth was the site of the FIRST Weather Radar in the US. Mark also showed the progression of Weather Radar to present day, noting that while the radar and forecasting has changed the storms have not. #JoinConnectStay
 
Dr. Suzy Lockwood, Dean of the Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences at TCU brought the Club an update on the College. They will be adding a greater emphasis on Enhancing Global Health. She was also excited to announce TCU’s first “Nurse Camp” this summer. #JoinConnectStay
 
Our District Governor Elect, Gerald Robinson,  visited Fort Worth South on March 27. He brought a program detailing up coming changes in Rotary. There will be new Club flexibility and a “Bottoms Up” Organization. We’re excited about the new year!!!!#JoinConnectStay 
 
On Dec. 5 Robert Holman introduced Principal Angeles Gonzalez, Special Education Teacher Brittany Williams, and Second Grade Teacher Lauryn Martin from RJ Wilson Elementary. Principal Gonzalez has worked closely with the Club on the iPad project and the two Teachers were receiving recognition for their efforts. #RCFWS #JoinConnectStay
 
Our program on Dec 5 was brought by Catholic Charities. Johanna Brewington and Ruth Braser explained their program to: CREATE Solutions, ERADICATE Barriers, TRANSFORM Communities to enhance the lives of their Clients. #RCFWS #JoinConnectStay
 
After the regular meeting of RCFWS on Nov 28 members moved to R J Wilson Elementary School where we presented Principal Gonzalez with a charging cart and 23 iPads for use by the third grade.
 

Fort Worth South Rotary, chartered in 1955, is a grass-roots organization consisting of business professionals and community leaders that volunteer time, talent and resources in order to remedy vital community and international needs. There are over 1.2 million members in all Rotary International clubs worldwide.  MEETINGS: Gardens Restaurant, Fort Worth, Texas Each Tuesday from 11:45 to 1 p.m.

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Our Flag Program is 350 flags strong.  We will display the flag on Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, September 11 and Veterans' Day.  An annual subscription to this service costs $45. If you'd like a flag displayed at your home or business, please contact Flag Project Chairman Mike Peck at 817-475-5244 or pmpeck44@gmail.com.  Proceeds from this project go toward our local literacy projects and international water sanitation projects.  We thank you for your support!
 
To make a dramatic impact in your neighborhood, tell your neighbors and get flags up and down your street. 
 
 
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Fort Worth South

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We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
The Gardens Restaurant
3220 Rock Springs Rd.
Fort Worth, TX  76107
United States
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