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Our members and their spouses will join together on Monday the 24th at the Blue Bonnet Place from 5:30pm-7pm for their annual Installation Banquet.  This will mark the end of the 2018-2019 Rotary year and our opportunity to thank our outgoing Board of Directors and committee chairs, welcome new ones and recognize our Rotarian of the Year!  Hope to see you on July 8th!
We would like to thank Mark Luft & Kelsee Jordan Lee with the Cibolo EDC wo came out to update us on all the BIG things happening in the City of Cibolo as it relates to Economic Development and new business!  Special thanks to David Sippel with ERA Tucker Co., Realtors for sponsoring our luncheon!
The Randolph Metrocom Rotary Club Donates $1000 to the Northeast Lakeview College Scholarship Fund.  Our scholarship committee is shown here with Mr. Rudy R. Farias, Project Facilitator with Northeast Lakeview College.
We would like to thank Mindy Paxton, Executive Director of the Tri-County Chamber and fellow Rotarian for talking to us about her chamber and the benefits of membership. You can learn more about them at Special thanks to Mike Isbell with G. Michael Custom Homes for sponsoring the luncheon.
We also celebrated 2019 Red Nose Day a little early this year since we will not meet on Monday, May 27th in observation of Memorial Day. Pay close attention to the smiles, or lack of smiles, particularly those in the back row on the left. If you don't know about Red Nose Day....
We had a GREAT turnout to Mondays meeting!  Maggie Titterington, President of The Chamber (Schertz-Selma-Cibolo) talked to us about The Chamber and encouraged businesses to get involved in the organization in which they belong so they can get the most from their membership.  You can learn more about them at Special thanks to Kim Acosta with Legal Shield for sponsoring the luncheon!!
The Greater Randolph Area Partners In Education (a 501c3 started by members of our club) announced that they provided $12,619.35 during the 1st quarter of 2019 towards the needs of local students in the Judson, SCUC and Marion ISD's.  This includes a $1000 donation to both RACAP & GRASP for peanut butter and jelly for these students.  These monies came from the Fair-Way For Kids Benefit Golf Tournament as well as from their involvement with Charitable Bingo.  This is a BIG WIN for our students and their families!
Thank you to The Chamber, Schertz, Selma, Cibolo for the opportunity to mingle with their members at the "Non-Profit Partnership Day!  And a SPECIAL thanks to all our members who were in attendance!
THANK YOU to Mayor Carpenter with the City of Schertz for coming out to talk to our members about the city and answer their questions.  Special thanks to Jason Barger with Barger Law Firm for sponsoring our luncheon!
We had a productive Committee Luncheon!  Members sat at tables to discuss the 2019 Golf Tournament and the 2019 Volunteer of the Year Event.  Special thanks to Debbie John with Bluebonnet Palace for sponsoring our luncheon!
What's next for the City of Live Oak?  The Olive Garden will soon be joining IKEA in the Live Oak Town Center.  Anything else headed our way is still a secret or, not yet confirmed.  We would like to thank Jordan Matney for coming out and giving us the low down all the growth coming to Live Oak including residential and multi-family housing.  We would also like to wish Jordan all the best in her new endeavor with the City of New Braunfels.  Special thanks to Liane Garrett with MadWomen Marketing for sponsoring the luncheon.
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