Speakers
Forestridge Elementary Choir
Dec 07, 2022
Holiday Choir Performance
Club Information
Welcome to our Club!
Richardson East

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Network of Community Ministries
1500 International Parkway
Richardson, TX 75081
United States of America
1st, 3rd and 4th Wednesdays of each month are lunch meetings. The 2nd Wednesday of each month is an evening Social - location to be determined. If there is a 5th Wednesday, it is a Service Project - location to be determined.
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
President Nominee
Immediate Past President
Secretary
Treasurer
Sergeant-at-Arms
Club Administration
Club Service
Foundation Representative
International
Membership
Community
Public Relations
Youth Service

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Richardson East Rotary was Awarded the District 5810

2018 - 2019 Rotary Club of the Year

Presented in honor of P.D.G. Bill Nicol by the Rotary Club of Dallas.

 

 
Home Page News
Dear RERC member and prospective visitor to Richardson East Rotary Club's meetings or events,
 
Our next in-person club meeting is at noon on Wednesday, November 16, at Network of Community Ministries: 1500 International Pkwy, Richardson.
 
Our only in-person club meeting in December will be on December 7, at Network of Community Ministries.
 
A number of Richardson East Rotary Club members supported the Richardson Symphony Orchestra by participating in the Beaujolais Bash on 11/19.
 
We are in need of volunteers for the KELF dwelling at Santa's Village this year. We are needing volunteers for December 3, 4, 10, and 11. There will be two shifts for each day with the first shift being from 2:45 to 6:00 and the second shift being from 5:45 to 9:00. We need 3 volunteers per shift. Thank you all in advance for helping out this year and let Tyler Ferrer know if you have any questions. 
 
Below is a link you can follow to sign up for a shift.
 
Welcome fellow Rotarians to fiscal year 2022 / 2023.
 
We have a lot to look forward to, leading with service and commitment. Our community will benefit from the impact we deliver.
The key to success is connection. The stronger our tie the closer we edge to achievement of our goals.
 
Throughout the journey of this year, we will form committees, plan key initiatives, and participate in projects of service.  
 
Our tool to help us sail across the year is Rotary’s 4-way test. What better way to jointly rise up and strengthen our pledge.
 
The benefit is growth and measurable impact.
 
Let’s collectively celebrate this year !
 
Rick Kimball
RERC President 2022-2023
A number of members were awarded Paul Harris Fellows at the Installation Banquet and in the following lunch meeting for the 2021-2022 Rotary year:
 
  • Paul Harris Awards - $1,00O DONATION TO Rotary Foundation. One gemstone is added for each PH.
    • Mark Denny PHF +4
    • Doug Crosby PHF +3
    • George McKearin PHF +3
    • Miki Mankin PHF +1
    • Ron Wilson PHF
 
  • Club Sponsored Paul Harris - given by our club in recognition of outstanding service to RERC
    • Leslie Benson
    • Laurie Garvie
    • Hollis Owens
    • Stephanie South
  
 
 
 
 
The officers for the RERC Board 2022-2023 were installed by District Governor Howard Templin.
 
President: Rick Kimball
President Elect: Laurie Garvie
President Nominee: Gwen Walraven
Immediate Past Preseident: Keith Kockler
Secretary: Leslie Benson
Treasurer: Ted Ellis
Sergeant-at-arms: Joe Allinder
Club Administration: Bruce MacPherson
Foundation Representative: Ron Wilson
International Service: Doug Crosby
Membership: Gwen Walraven
Vocational Service: D. Schieferstein
Community Service: Stephanie South
Public Relations: Per Treven
Youth Service: Karen Marx
 
 
 
The RERC board of 2021 - 2022 was duly thanked by outgoing President Keith Kockler.
 
 
  • OFFICERS
    • President: Keith Kockler
    • President Elect: Rick Kimball
    • President Nominee/Membership: Laurie Garvie
    • Secretary: Hollis Owens
    • Treasurer: Ted Ellis
    • Sergeant-at-Arms: Joe Allinder
    • Immediate Past President: Mary Bedosky
 
  • DIRECTORS
    • Club Administration: Leslie Benson
    • Club Service: Miki Mankin
    • Vocational Service: D Schieferstein
    • Community Service: Wendy Seale
    • International Service: Mark Denny
    • Youth Service: Karen Marx
    • Foundation Representative: Ron Wilson
 
 
A number of members were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the club during the 2021 - 2022 year.
  • Joe Allinder- Flexibility, dependability, behind the scenes
  • Mary Bedosky- Keith's Yoda and work with district
  • Gene Senter- joined the club running
  • Chris Goodson- Youth, meeting set up, anything needed utility fielder
  • Karen Ellis- Strategic plan and recruiter extraordinaire
  • Ted Ellis- Outstanding work with our finances, meals, locations, drinks for board meetings
  • Tina Floyd- Network grant, gala
  • Bruce McPherson- Strategic Planning,  mentoring others in new position
  • Monica Scott- Gala , Strategic planning
  • D Schieferstein Gala, social, anything you need, servant heart
 
 
 
 
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Upcoming Events
Dec 03, 2022 9:00 AM
Dec 03, 2022 3:00 PM
Dec 04, 2022 3:00 PM
Dec 10, 2022 3:00 PM
Dec 11, 2022 3:00 PM
Dec 14, 2022
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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Rotary in the News
Rotary projects around the globe – December 2022

Learn how Rotary clubs are taking action in the United States, Mexico, Germany, Italy, and India.

A community cure

Backed by Rotary’s Programs of Scale award, Partners for a Malaria-Free Zambia confronts a worldwide malady at the local level

Turning wine bottles back into sand

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Leveraging expertise with Ashoka

Leveraging expertise with AshokaRotary’s partnership with Ashoka brings together the vision of Ashoka’s social entrepreneurs with the local expertise of Rotary members to inspire innovation that can solve problems, create leaders, and

Engagement through experiences

During the COVID-19 pandemic's initial U.S. wave in 2020, Detroit, Michigan, was one of many cities where first responders and medical personnel needed more personal protective equipment. A Rotary club in India learned about the situation and contacted its longtime partner, the Rotary Club of