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The Rotary Club of Lake Conroe thanks everyone who worked, sponsored, attended or contributed in any way to our hugely successful 2016 District Conference! It was a wonderful 3 days of Water, Waves, Fun and Fellowship!
Memory Park, Our Club's Signature Project, is a thriving and important part of our community. Projects new for 2015-2016 include a beautiful Butterfly Garden (A Girl Scout Project), a Staircase just completed (An Eagle Scout Project), a walkway and trail around the upper small pond (3 Eagle Scout Projects) and a Rotary District Grant Project, which has just been completed, The Linda Ricketts Literacy Garden. Visit Memory Park, behind the Charles B Stewart Library in Montgomery, to see this beautiful park.
Each year, Memory Park is alive with the red, white and blue of more than 500 flags for our country's most patriotic holidays, including a long stretch from Labor Day through 9/11, Patriots Day. These flags are an annual Service Project of The Montgomery High School Interact Club - heat, cold or rain, the students are there. Ten large flags are also on display, thanks toa generous donation from the Blue Bell Garden Club to The Madeley Ranch Elementary School PTO Flag Project. It is a stirring sight.
"Every Rotarian Every Year" is not just a phrase - it is a commitment we make annually to support The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. Through TRF, great work is done at home and around the world. Foundation Chair Past President Craig Jones is happy to report that once again our club is a 100% EREY Club, with all members contributing to The Rotary Foundation for the 2015-2016 Year. Thank You Rotarians!
For the last 13 years, we have had a weekly column all about Rotary in Montgomery County featured most every Sunday in the daily newspaper, The Conroe Courier. This column features news about The Rotary Clubs of Conroe, Lake Conroe and The Woodlands,our Rotary District 5910 and Rotary International. Pick up a copy of The Courier, or read "A Rotary Moment" online at http://www.yourhoustonnews.com/courier. If you have news or photos you would like added to the column, please contact Kris Nordstrom McBride at KRISRCLC@aol.com.
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