Welcome to Rotary Club of Mineral Wells

Mineral Wells

Service Above Self

Every Wednesday at noon
Holiday Hills Country Club
4801 U.S. Highway 180 East
PO Box 1151
Mineral Wells, TX  76068
United States
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Each year, Rotary Club presidents across the U.S. and around the world select a project the club and its members can support through grants using local club dollars that are then matched by Rotary International.

This year, Rotary Club of Mineral Wells President JJ Dugan wanted to help local homeless high school students. It was a matter weighing on his heart and mind after Rotarians the previous heard a program on homeless students.

For his president's project Dugan received club approval to provide financial support to those students in need and on Wednesday presented Mineral Wells High School counselors Hope Mesler, pictured center, and Stella Singleton, right, with a $4,000 check. Dugan submitted the project through a grant application that was approved for funding.

 

Amy O'Bannon, left, and Dorothy Clark told Mineral Wells Rotarians Wednesday about their CBD – cannabidiol – products that, when used, won't make you "stoned" but could help reduce or completely relieve a variety of medical ailments or issues.

 

They explained their Colorado-manufactured products – soft gels, lotions, salves, capsules, edibles and flavored tinctures – are legal in Texas without a prescription because, while they are made from hemp, they contain 0 percent THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.

 
Rotarian Christy Kik Dorr, right, spoke to Mineral Wells Rotary Club on Wednesday about the new location and opportunities for Cocoon Pregnancy Resource Center.
 
Dorr started the center in 2005 at Wolters Industrial Park before moving it to the church previously known as Leaning Tree Church, which today is Grace Church, off Old Millsap Highway. The church took over the center and did a good job continuing and growing the faith-based ministry, resource and outreach organization but needed to turn its operations over to someone else.

 

Rotarian and Mineral Wells Industrial Foundation Executive Director Steve Butcher said while much is being made of the changes and improvements downtown – and rightly so – he wants people to know about other positive economic developments taking place.

"Brett Hobson is right in the middle of it," Butcher told Mineral Wells Rotarians at the club's weekly Wednesday meeting at holiday Hills Country Club.

Comfort Experts-Hobson Heating & Air, which started in Mineral Wells five decades ago and is based in Weatherford, is returning to Mineral Wells in a big way with a new and unique residential trade school at Wolters Industrial Park.

 

West District Superintendent for the Central Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church Rev. Dr. Lisa Neslony, center, was today's speaker, sharing with Rotarians a mission trip to Kenya in January in which several people from Mineral Wells, including today's program chair and Rotarian Rev. Eric Douglas, pictured left.

Rev. Margie Holmes of Central UMC in Mineral Wells and First UMC Youth Director Hannah Newcomer were also among those who went on the mission trip.

 
Mineral Wells Rotarian Connie Ball attained her seventh Paul Harris Society level in foundational giving and was honored with the presentation of a new pin by club President JJ Dugan to commemorate her giving milestone.
 
A Rotarian becomes a member of the Paul Harris Society and reaches a new level with every $1,000 donated to Rotary International's Annual Fund, PolioPlus Fund, or approved global grants. Those dollars are used to improve life and living conditions for impoverished people around the world. The purpose of the Paul Harris Society is to honor and thank individuals for their generous, ongoing support of The Rotary Foundation.
 
Congratulations Connie on your unselfish giving to Rotary in support of its humanitarian missions around the world.
 

Kristy Trammell, RYLA Class 2011, was Wednesday's guest speaker for Rotary Club of Mineral Wells' weekly meeting at Holiday Hills County Club.

Along with being the granddaughter of Rotarian Connie Ball, pictured left and the program chair, Trammell is a May 2017 graduate of Abilene Christian University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science: Livestock Management and Production.

She is now with the USDA Farm Services Agency as a county operations trainee in Taylor County (Abilene).

Trammell talked about the agriculture products in Palo Pinto County and across the state. She said the county has about 47,000 heads of beef cattle. She said she enjoys working with commodity products such as grapes used in wineries and peaches and pecans grown in this area.

Also pictured is club President JJ Dugan.

Rotary Club of Mineral Wells meets every Wednesday at noon at HHCC for lunch, networking, updates on club projects and a program of interest. If you are interested in learning more about Rotary Cub and becoming a member, contact a Rotarian. You probably know at least one local member – possibly several.

 
Recognized as the world’s fastest reader thanks to the cutting-edge accelerated learning techniques he developed that turn information overload into information assets, Howard Berg, pictured right, was the guest speaker at the Sept. 5, 2018, meeting.
 
It was a very interesting and entertaining program. Berg is respected internationally for his contribution to the learning process, he is listed in the 1990 Guinness Book of World Records for reading more than 25,000 words a minute and writing more than 100 words a minute. Howard uses his talents to train you on how to stay on top of the information your success depends upon.
 
He shared several of his reading retention and motivational tips, and offered his services to help adults and students learn to read faster and retain more information. Find videos Berg has created on YouTube or visit https://hbspeedreading.com/.
 
 
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Speakers
Holiday
Dec 19, 2018
Holiday
Dec 26, 2018
Club Assembly
Jan 02, 2019
Open
Jan 09, 2019
John Kuhn
Jan 16, 2019
Janette Green
Jan 23, 2019
Eric Douglas
Jan 30, 2019
Club Assembly
Feb 06, 2019
Scott Elder
Feb 13, 2019
Dacey Malone
Feb 20, 2019
Shane Coleman
Feb 27, 2019
Club Assembly
Mar 06, 2019
Stacy Choate
Mar 13, 2019
Lottie Eubanks
Mar 20, 2019
Lance Howerton
Mar 27, 2019
Club Assembly
Apr 03, 2019
James Fesser
Apr 10, 2019
Linda Porter-Bradford
Apr 17, 2019
Karyn Bullock
Apr 24, 2019
Club Assembly
May 01, 2019
Corey Crenshaw
May 08, 2019
Crystal Cameron
May 15, 2019
Tanya Lukas
May 22, 2019
Nancy Cameron
May 29, 2019
Club Assembly
Jun 05, 2019
Kim Hoffman
Jun 12, 2019
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Stacy Choate
    January 23
  • James Fesser
    January 28
  • Charles Thompson
    December 18
  • Dan Steele
    December 27
Spouse/Partner Birthdays:
  • Greg Malone
    January 16
  • Paul Vaughan
    December 5
  • Cary Labbe-Steele
    December 23
Anniversaries:
  • Karyn Bullock
    David Bullock
    January 7
  • Saskia Vaughan
    Paul Vaughan
    January 19
  • Cory Crenshaw
    Shelle Crenshaw
    December 13
  • Janet Holland
    Mike Holland
    December 30
Join Date:
  • Lance Howerton
    January 5, 1994
    25 years
  • Phil Garrett
    January 25, 2017
    2 years
  • Charles Thompson
    December 1, 2012
    6 years
  • Tanya Lukas
    December 1, 2016
    2 years
  • James Fesser
    December 11, 2013
    5 years
  • Jack Dugan
    December 16, 2015
    3 years
 
Meals on Wheels Schedule
Dec. 7 – Connie Ball/Karyn Bullock
Dec. 14 – Raymond Greenwood
Dec. 21 – Linda Porter-Bradford/Candi Pearson
Dec. 28 – Janette Ender/Dacey Malone
Jan. 4 – Harris Brooks
Jan. 11 – Steve Butcher
Jan. 18 – Jimmy Walker/Corey Crenshaw
Jan. 25 – Lance Howerton
Feb. 1 – John Kuhn
Feb. 8 – David May
Feb. 15 – Beth Watson/Stacey Choate
Feb. 22 – Phil Garrett/Bill Jones
March 1 – Tanya Lukas/Saskia Vaughan
March 8 – Wayne Sanderson/Jimmy Ashby
March 15 – Lottie Eubanks/Barb Tucker
March 22 – Diane Brown
March 29 – Scott Elder
April 5 – James Fesser/JJ Dugan
April 12 – Janette Green/Louanne Noel
April 19 – Nancy Cameron/Crystal Cameron
April 26 – Dan Steele
May 3 – Mary Braddock
May 10 – Keri Walden/Tonya Gary
May 17 – Eric Douglas/Kim Hoffman
May 24 – Shane Coleman
May 31 – Connie Ball/Karyn Bullock
June 7 – Raymond Greenwood
June 14 – Linda Porter-Bradford/Candi Pearson
June 21 – Janette Ender/Dacey Malone
June 28 – David May 
 
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