Welcome to Rotary Club of Mineral Wells

Mineral Wells

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Southside Church of Christ
1401 S.E. 25th Avenue
Mineral Wells, TX 76068
United States of America
Every Wednesday at noon except during Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's.
Club News
Rotarians and guests were treated to an outstanding program Wednesday with four members of Palo Pinto County Municipal Water District No. 1 providing information and an update on Turkey Peak Reservoir, the planned second water reservoir adjacent to Lake Palo Pinto that will nearly double the district's impounded water capacity and supply to its service areas in Palo Pinto and Parker counties, serving more than 31,000 people.
Pictured, from left, are district members Kelli Tunnell Huseman, Kenneth Martin, Corey Shockley and Dr. David Turk, and Rotary President Tonya Folmar Gary.
Rotary meets every Wednesday at Southside Church of Christ, with lunches catered by Sadie’s Eats.
Eating better and healthier, learning to grow your own food and supporting local producers are the goals of the new "Let's Grow Crazy" Farmer's Market. Rotary Club of Mineral Wells on Wednesday welcomed, pictured from left, Michele Burns, Amy Ringo Lane and Tai Silva to talk about the new market and its long-term plans.
Located at 500 S.W. 2nd Avenue downtown, south of the Baker Hotel's front steps, the not-for-profit market is a true farmer's market featuring natural and locally grown food with a goal of building community and creating an education center. The current Leadership of Mineral Wells Class 26 is taking on that goal as a class project.
The market is in its early stages. It opened June 5, drawing a lot of people who shopped the vendors, purchasing locally grown and produced vegetables, fruits, meats, breads, salsa and more. The market will be open the first and third Saturdays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
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Mineral Wells ISD Head Librarian Cathy Hammond, pictured center, attended Wednesday's meeting to ceremoniously accept this club year's donation of books to the district's campus libraries. Each week, the guest speaker is presented a book provided by the club to sign. That book is designated for one of the libraries. Also pictured are club President Tonya Folmar Gary, left, and Connie Ball, who heads up the club's literacy project.
Millions of Americans suffer from acute or chronic pain, commonly in the lower back, a knee, or knees, in the head, hips and neck. Typically, these are caused by injuries – recent or from years ago – or medical conditions such arthritis, fibromyalgia, migraines, sciatica and more.
Too often, some people will try and cope with their pain by simply using prescription pain killers. While that can provide temporary relief, it doesn’t identify and treat the source of the pain. As we know, use of narcotics can lead to more problems.
This is where pain treatment specialists like Dr. Roger Wang D.O. (pronounced Wong) come in. A Midwest native, Dr. Wang (pictured above left with program chair Shane Coleman) came to Mineral Wells and Palo Pinto General Hospital last fall and offices in the Professional Health Services Building at the corner of U.S. Highway 180 West and S.W. 25th Avenue, just north of PPGH. He was Wednesday's guest speaker.

Mineral Wells Fire Chief Ryan Dunn was this week's featured speaker, talking to Mineral Wells Rotary Club members about the changes, upgrades and improvements the department has undertaken in the last several years designed to improve fire and EMS service and coverage and lower the city's ISO rating. He is pictured above with club President Tonya Gary.

As assistant chief, Ryan was very involved in daily fire and EMS operations and was key to finding and securing grants and funds to acquire and update vehicles, equipment and apparatus and expand the department's personnel to meet staffing needs and standards. He was recently promoted to chief following the retirement of previous chief Mike Pool.


When water gets in your home and business, we often think we got it all dried and cleaned up but damage typically occurs in not what you can see, but what you can't see – under the flooring and behind walls.

That is where Kristy Beck-Miller comes in. She can identify all kinds of indoor air quality issues and provide solutions and remedies that can save property owners hundreds or thousands of dollars while creating healthy indoor environments.

Kristy, pictured left, spoke to Rotary Club of Mineral Wells on Wednesday about her Adaptive Environmental Consulting company. She was the guest of this week's program chair Lyn Butcher.

Upcoming Events
Officers & Directors
President Elect
President Nominee
Immediate Past President
The Rotary Foundation
Vocational Services/RYLA
Vocational Services/Scholarships
Vocational Services/Scholarships
Club Service/Community Service
Public Image
Other: Fundraiser - Flag Program
Other: Fundraisers - Sponsorships
Club Socials
Other: Fundraiser - Pancake Supper
Other: Fundraiser - Crazy Kicker
Executive Secretary / Director
Tonya Gary
Jun 30, 2021 12:00 PM
New officer installation
Jul 07, 2021 12:00 PM
Meals on Wheels Schedule

2020-2021 Meals on Wheel Schedule



7 – Stacie Frye / Louanne Noel

14 – Connie Ball / Raymond Greenwood

21 – Steve/Lyn Butcher

28 – Jimmy Walker / Jeanette Ender



4 – John Kuhn

11 – Ross Korkmas / Megan Hudson

18 – Dianne Templar / Sheree Patterson

25 – Wesley Wermuth / Meagan Kostiha

Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Jack Dugan
    June 11
  • Wesley Wermuth
    July 18
  • John Kuhn
    July 26
  • Tyler McLemore
    July 31
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Chad Jordan
    June 6
  • Noelia Kuhn
    June 27
  • Bryton Rankin
    June 30
  • Mike Holland
    July 8
  • Pat Wilson
    Mark Wilson
    June 18
  • Cody Jordan
    Chad Jordan
    June 23
  • Connie Parker
    Monty Parker
    July 27
  • John Kuhn
    Noelia Kuhn
    July 29
Join Date:
  • David May
    June 4, 2014
    7 years
  • Louanne Noel
    June 6, 2018
    3 years
  • Janette Green
    June 10, 2015
    6 years
  • Beth Henary Watson
    June 11, 2008
    13 years
  • Jimmy Walker
    July 5, 2000
    21 years
  • Jeanette Ender
    July 29, 2009
    12 years
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