The Lewisville Morning Rotary Club was charted in 1995 to provide community service to both local and international communities.  The chance to do something for somebody else and the sense of fulfilment that comes with "service above self" is richly rewarding.  Our club's members are some of the most active citizens in the community.  Our primary purpose is to make our community, hence the world, a better place.  Our community service takes many forms; environmental (Household Hazardous Waste Collection), literacy (Adopt-a-School & Dictionary Project), youth programs (EarlyAct, InterAct, RYLA and Youth Exchange), health (Blood Drives, Alzheimer and End Polio), hunger (CCA Food Pantry & Rich Lubke Community Organic Garden), patriotism and community pride (Flag Subscription Program, Annual Flag Retirement Ceremony, Western Days Car Show and community fun programs (Pancakes with Santa).

Although we have a 25-year history that reflects our Lewisville Morning Rotary name that meets at 7:30 AM, club members have decided to broaden the appeal of our club by offering a monthly evening mixers. So, members and visitors can either choose to get up early and start your day with us or at 7:30 AM either in-person on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays or virtually on 2nd and 4th Thursdays. Or, you can join us for our 5th Thursday evening mixers. Regardless whether you are a morning or an evening person, all have the opportunity to serve by participating in one or more of our varied service projects.

If you have any other question about our club, service projects, fundraisers, or programs, please click here and a member of our club will respond to you via e-mail.



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