Welcome to the Lewisville Morning Rotary website
We are a diverse group of business leaders and professionals dedicated to serving our community and making our world better...
On an annual basis our members have the opportunity to participate in 60 community projects.
Projects range from literacy, to disease prevention, to water and sanitation etc.
Members choose the projects that best fit their time and life style.
If you are interested in learning more, click
"membership inquiry" in menu bar.
Rotary is where neighbors, friends and problem-solvers, join leaders and take action to create lasting change.
September is Rotary Basic Education and Literacy Month

Service Above Self and Have Fun Doing It!

7:00 AM on the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Thursday of month, 4th Thursday - PM Social, 5th Thursday All Committees - Planning Meetings
Christian Community Action
200 South Mill St
Lewisville, TX  75057
United States of America
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Guests Welcome - Come for breakfast and hear great Speakers
Getting ready for Western Days at Wine with (an) Appeal
Getting ready for Western Days at Wine with (an) Appeal
Sep 26, 2019 5:00 PM
Club Assembly for Planning Breakfrast with Santa and other 2nd Quarter Events
Oct 03, 2019 7:00 AM
Oct 10, 2019
Upcoming Events
Lewisville Morning Rotary Stories
Sep 18, 2019
Rotary Volunteer Opportunities
abound at our
Western Days events
This year we will be hosting the Community Non-Profit Showcase at Western Days and providing parking management services for the Christian Community Action Campus throughout the two day event. Volunteers will be needed work closely with the non profits we are hosting, man the Rotary booth promoting our flags, End Polio etc. to create Community awareness of Rotary. Choose your volunteer opportunity now by clicking here. This is a family event. So bring them along to join in on the fun.
Sep 18, 2019
Eight Rotary Volunteers work with City Staff members
to assist Lewisville residents to
safely dispose of Household Hazardous Waste
On an early fall 90 degree day members of our Rotary club served at the monthly Household Hazardous Waste Saturday. The term "making work fun" comes to life with this crew of members Todd Taylor (Chair), Mark Smith, Tom Rowe, George Gober and the Gilmore brothers, sons of TJ Gilmore from the Lewisville Noon Rotary Club worked together to help residents from 177 homes properly dispose of their Hazardous Household Waste.
Sep 11, 2019
Lewisville Morning Rotary to host
Denton County County Non-Profits at
Lewisville Western Days on September 28th
The Lewisville Morning Rotary Club is proud to sponsor a showcase of community non-profit organizations operating within Denton county that are offering services to help improve lives in our community.  Space is limited and spots will be provided on a first come, first serve basis.
If you represent a non-profit and wish to showcase your organization, click here to register and reserve your space.
Sep 08, 2019
End of Summer Pool Party
hosted by
Mark and Nancy Smith
Thank you Mark & Nancy. You two host a fantastic party. Even though the only way any of got wet at your pool party is when Sadie retrieved the ball from the pool and shook out her coat, we all had a blast. The games were fun, the food was fantastic and of course the company was outstanding. Only in Texas can it be to hot to go swimming (except for Ryker and Sadie). That did not stop us from enjoying a great time with our Rotary Buds.
Sep 05, 2019
Cheryl Brennan and Deanna Perkins
our newest Rotary Members
From left to right in the thumbnail photo above are Club President Tom Rowe, new member Cheryl Brennan, sponsor Bob Troyer, new member Deanna Perkins and Club Secretary Mary Jones. 
It is always a joy for a club president to be able to induct new members. Particularly at Lewisville Morning Rotary were new members are pinned and vested in their brand new Rotary vest. Both of which celebrate Rotary's Brand as PEOPLE of ACTION that place service above self.
Aug 29, 2019
Roxanne Ray-Troyer and Jeff Lighton
our newest Rotary Members
From left to right in the thumbnail photo above are new members Roxanne Ray-Troyer, Jeffrey Lighton, Club Secretary Mary Jones and Club President Tom Rowe.
It is always a joy for a club president to be able to induct new members. Particularly at Lewisville Morning Rotary were new members are pinned and vested in their brand new Rotary vest. Both of which celebrate Rotary's Brand as PEOPLE of ACTION that place service above self.
Aug 26, 2019
District 5790 Foundation Committee
Announced approval of LMR Grant Request to 
Purchase Dictionaries for 3rd Graders at 11 LISD Title I Schools
The district announced approval of our grant request at the Aug 17th Vibrant Club Workshop in Aledo. The $2900 project will be funded by $2150 in club funds (from fund raisers such as our flag project) and $850 in Rotary Foundation Funds referred to as District Designated Funds (DDF). Our members generously support The Rotary Foundation. The funds that were donated 3 years ago accrued and a portion of those are made available for local projects such as this Dictionary Project. The real fun of this project will start mid September.
Aug 26, 2019
District 5790 Approved $6301 in Rotary Foundation
District Designated Funds to be used for a $55,000
Global Grant to purchase Dental Equipment for a
Free Clinic in Tirasses, Costa Rica
In Costa Rica, immigrants do not receive government funded healthcare support. Our club is participating with the Rotary Club of San Pedro Curridabat (in Costa Rica) to fund a Global grant for the development of a free dental clinic to serve the needs of this population. Other local partnering organizations are building the clinic being built on an abandoned city dump by providing dental equipment for that clinic.
Phyllis Finley of Denton County MHMR
provided excellent summary to 
Mental Health services offered in Denton County
regardless of ability to pay.
Recent events in our society have highlighted the need for effective mental health services. We in Denton County are blessed to have Denton County MHMR. Phyllis Finely provided an excellent summary to our members at yesterdays meeting. We all need to communicate to your family, friends and neighbors that mental care help is available in our county regardless of ability to pay. To see a full summary of services offered, click here.
Aug 06, 2019
No such thing as 
"All work and no play makes 
Jack a dull boy" in the
Lewisville Morning Rotary Club
Our club is well known in Lewisville for the community service our members do throughout the year. We also love to party, enjoying good fellowship, food and beverages with our Rotary Families. We have two upcoming dates that members should mark on their calendars; the August 22nd 4th Thursday Mixer at the Larue Winery and the September 7th End of Summer Party (see graphic). Please register by clicking these links.
Aug 07, 2019
Special Abilities of North Texas
serving the special needs community
is hosting Denim, Diamonds and Dice Gala
Consider attending the second annual Denim, Diamonds and Dice Gala at the MCL Grand Theater on Sept 21st from 7 pm to 11 pm. Funds raised support Special Abilities of North Texas a wonderful Lewisville Area non-profit supporting adults with special needs, giving them opportunities to succeed in life, family and the community. Tickets for this fun event are available by clicking here. To be an event sponsor for this Gala, click here.
Aug 06, 2019
Blood Drive at Lakeland Plaza
August 3rd
Exceeded Blood Van Goals
In a memo to us from Carter BloodCares Susan Holt she says; I wanted to thank you for an excellent blood drive on Saturday. We collected 26 pints of blood.

26 pints X 3 = 78 lives saved by Premier Gun Show Donors and Rotary volunteers! BRAVO!!!
Thank you to Dr. Kelly Reed who took over for Jeff Siebert in the hospital. Kelly managed the set-up, take down and transport of all the blood drive signs and coordinated the location for the CarterBlood Care bus. Other members helping arrange donors were Mark Smith, Terry Kasen, Maithen Fluhrer and John Pokorny. Most importantly, thank you to our 26 donors.
Lewisville Morning Rotary Club
starting a
Bookworms Group
Join us September 9th for a fun book discussion on "Defending Jacob" a mystery novel by William Landay. Good fellowship, wine and perceptive conversation about one of today's intriguing books.
Members and Non Members
enjoyed an evening of good beer, games and
fun with our Rotary Buds
An informal evening hosted by the LMR membership committee and Old Town Brewhouse to just chill, enjoy each other and laugh with friends. The evening was capped off with a game of Rotary Family Feud where 3 teams of 6 each competed for silly prizes by answering the "survey says" questions about Rotary.
Jul 22, 2019
Lewisville Morning Rotary provides books for
Central Elementary School Library
For at least 20 years, the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club has been donating at lease 35 library books to the Central Elementary School library. The book titles were selected by the Central ES head librarian and the club purchases the books in July. The books are then signed by our weekly program speakers and then given to the librarian.
Jun 24, 2019
Rotary Community Corps (RCCs) are teams of men and women
who work in partnership with Rotary clubs to improve their communities
Membership in an RCC is open to any adult in the community who shares Rotary‚Äôs commitment to service but is not a Rotary member.  The RCC model is flexible and can mobilize volunteers from all walks of life. Informal meetings typically take place once per month and attendance is not mandatory.  This flexibility encourages diversity in membership and allows members to focus solely on service projects. RCCs also provide their members with opportunities to collaborate with Rotarians. Anyone interested in becoming an RCC member can submit an application form here.
Jun 04, 2019
Costa Rica is famous for it's Coffee Bean Production
Uses Environmentally Safe and Organic Farming Methods
Our project partners Rotary Club of San Padro Curridabat have arranged coffee directly from production facilities in Costa Rica. 
This coffee sale has limited supplies. We are selling 12 oz packages online by clicking here.
A short clip on some of our clubs community  service projects and why we do them.
Know someone that may be interested in Rotary? Please share.
Are you interested in learning more about membership in our club? Click here.
Flag Program Video



Many of our subscribers have sent us photo's of the flag that the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club and local area boy scouts erect in their front yards on the six major holidays of the year. This video shows the photo's we have received thus far. To learn more about the Lewisville Morning Rotary Flag Program please click link here


The 2019 - 2020 Flag Lease Program for Lewisville area residential homes
is now open for online new or renewal flag subscriptions
Hover your pointer on the Photo and right click for link to subscription page or click here.
Our flag lease program is available for homes in Lewisville, Flower Mound, Highland Village and Carrollton/Castle Hills areas
Lewisville Morning Rotary Club
Doing good in greater Lewisville and the wold
US Flag Program
The Lewisville Morning Rotary Flag Program

Subscribe today for your flag for the 2019-2020 Holidays!

The subscription fee is $8 per flag per holiday for the 2019-2020 fiscal year.

 The Lewisville Morning Rotary Club invites you to join your friends and neighbors in the Greater Lewisville area by displaying the US Flag on the following holidays: 

Tier 1 Holidays: * Independence Day * Labor Day * Patriot Day * Veterans Day * Memorial Day * Flag Day
Additional Holidays for Tier 2: * Columbus Day * Martin Luther King Day * Presidents Day * Peace Officers Memorial Day
Click here to subscribe and see more details
What happens at Household Hazardous Waste Collection?

So, what happens at Household Hazardous Waste?

To volunteer for this months event please call Todd Taylor at 214-395-2761


Our Costa Rica Dental Project
Volunteers from the Lewisville Morning Rotary Club had a very successful trip to Costa Rica to co-host a Health Fair in Tirrases, Costa Rica
To pledge your support for his project please click here.
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P.O. Box 295359

Lewisville, TX 75029


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