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We will NOT be meeting on Monday, May 28th, in honor of those who gave all for our freedom!
Thank you to Mr. Johnny Casias, City Administrator for the City of Selma for taking time to out to our meeting with an annual city update.  We would also like to thank Wyatt and Robert for providing the tech support. Special thanks to member, Debbie John with Blue Bonnet Place for being our lunch sponsor and congratulations to member, Michael Beaver for winning the bottle of Crown!!!
Our Greater Randolph Area Partners in Education Foundation (GRAPIE) advised us that our total donations to local students in need for the 1st quarter of 2018 totaled $8,275.69.  This includes quarterly donations to RACAP & GRASP for peanut butter and Jelly and of course individual students in need.  Thank you to all our members, especially those that also serve on the GRAPIE board of Directors!
We would like to thank Chief Justice Sandee Bryon Marion of the 4th Court of Appeals for taking time out of her day to come speak to our club about the court system.  Special thanks to Barger Law Firm for requesting this speaker and for sponsoring our luncheon.  Nobody won the money but, our guest Maggie Titterington did win a large bottle of Jim Beam that she will be donating to her upcoming Ambassador Bowl-A-thon Fundraiser.
Members Cheri Armstrong & Liane Garrett attend the City of Schertz Community Volunteer Fair to talk to local residents about Rotary.
Several club members attend The Chambers 3rd Annual Non-Profit Partnership Luncheon.  Thank you to The Chamber for holding this annual event for your non-profit members!
We would like to extend our deep appreciation to Deb Pennebecker for making it possible for her Randolph High School Interact students to come speak to us about their club.  Interact is a service club for middle and high school students, ages 12-18.  Deb Pennebecker is the clubs teacher advisor.  Special thanks to Cheri Armstrong with Meca Sportswear for sponsoring this luncheon.
IKEA appears to be a popular topic around the Metrocom!  We would all like to thank Jordan Matney, Assistant City Manager of The City of Live Oak for taking time to tell us about the cities growth, including the highly anticipated Town Center, featuring IKEA.  Special thanks to Michael Beaver with Northeast Methodist Hospital for sponsoring our luncheon.
I hope you didn't miss this meeting!  Rotary 5840 District Governor Carol Holmes and her husband Douglas (the unofficial chauffeur) have been putting quite a few miles on their vehicle this year as they visit all 58 Rotary Clubs within District 5840.  We enjoyed the time we had with both of them and wish them safe travels as they continue to visit and inspire members.  Special Thanks to Brian Smith for being our Luncheon Sponsor, even though nobody won the money, Bill went home with some homemade salsa and Cheri won some tequila:)
Thank you to Bill Wassberg and Charlie Eads for taking time to come out an talk to us about the great work The Shiners Hospital is doing.  Special thanks to Dan Murphy with Goin' To The Dogs for being our luncheon sponsor!
Thank you to Kyle Kinateder, Executive Director of the City of Schertz EDC for taking time to come out at fill us in on what's happening with the Schertz EDC.  Special Thanks to Jan Haynie and Lew Borgfeld with Schertz Bank & Trust for being our luncheon sponsor.
 
 
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