The 2023 Float will be our 43rd consecutive Parade entry. The float is funded by generous donations from Rotarians and Sponsorships.
This years float after being painted. Thousands more volunteer hours will be dedicated in decorating

Our members recently participated in a "float" for the Lewisville High School Homecoming Day Parade. It was a fun event, and several hundred people in Lewisville learned a little bit about Rotary, our club and received a piece of candy that was tossed to parade watchers.

Why a float? According to Paul Harris, "In the promotion of Rotary, it is important to reach large numbers and you cannot reach them privately"

  • The Rose Parade is viewed live by approximately 700,000 people
  • The television audience exceeds 37 million viewers in just the USA...many more if worldwide audience is included.
  • Volunteers donate over 7,000 hours preparing decorations and applying them to the float.

As Rotarians, we can donate time, talent or treasure for building the float. Click to learn how you can participate. The best way to participate for us here in Texas is through a donation. Click here to donate.

Of the things we say and do, #5 Make it Fun

And, that we did along with the crowd that

gathered to watch the

Lewisville High School Homecoming Parade

who now have a little bit better idea about Rotary.

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