15 Jan 2013

President
Mark Rogers
President Elect

Tonight Program

Patrick Kerr Last Weeks Program
Vice President

Eric Prall
Treasurer / Secretary

Lenna Barr
Sgt of Arms

John Cooney Board of Directors
Club Admin Kim Barr Public Relations Shay Miller Membership Hank Mayer Service Projects Mark Rogers

Upcoming Programs 22 Jan Tammy Mosley 29 Jan TBA 05 Feb TBA 12 Feb TBA
Make Up Opportunities Meeting Day Time Monday Noon Tuesday 11:30am Noon Wednesday Noon Thursday 7:00am Noon Noon Friday 7:00am

Crime Prevention Coordinator

Club Temple South Salado Belton Killeen Harker Heights Copperas Cove Temple Killeen Heights

Meeting Place Country Lane Senior Center Stagecoach Inn Oxbow Restaurant Shilo Inn Hotel
St. Paul Chong Hasang Catholic Church

Grace United Methodist Church Wildflower Country Club Shilo Inn Hotel

Rotary Foundation Eric Prall
Paul Harris Fellows 80% ?? Benefactors 4 Members 28% Major Donor Kim & Kelly Barr Bequest Society John Cooney

Rotary eClub Make Up Up Coming Events
Feb 28 –Mar 03 Lone Star PETS

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DFW Hyatt Regency

District Conference
May 31 – Jun 2 Lost Pines Resort, Bastrop, Authentic Hawaiian Luau

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$ 550.

International Convention 23-26 Jun, 2013 Lisbon, Portugal

MEMBERS Kelly Barr Physical Therapist Kim Barr Medical Management Thad Byars Chamber of Commerce Lenna Barr Medical Accounting John Cooney Graphics Design Pat Fox Massage Therapist Patrick Kerr Catering/Café Mgmt Tom Malhosky Art Gallery Henry Mayer Doctor - Orthopedic Shay Miller Military Spouse Eric Prall Financial Annette Rogers
Homemaker

Volunteer polio vaccinator killed in Pakistan
Rotary News 22 October 2012

Here is a statement from Rotary's International PolioPlus Committee Chair Robert S. Scott concerning a volunteer vaccinator who died during the recent National Immunization Days in Pakistan: “On behalf of Rotary’s International PolioPlus Committee, I would like to express our sincerest condolences on the death of the Pakistani volunteer vaccinator killed 16 October in Quetta, Pakistan. “We have learned that on the afternoon of 16 October, this young man was shot and killed during the country’s National Immunization Days for polio. He was not a Rotarian. “The victim’s survivors will be supported through the Global Polio Eradication Initiative’s Polio Heroes Fund. This fund is administered by the CDC Foundation and heavily supported by Rotary. “Rotary and our partners in the Global Polio Eradication Initiative are deeply saddened by this incident, which further underscores the heroic efforts of more than 200,000 Pakistani volunteers and health workers, all of whom work under difficult and sometimes dangerous conditions to protect children from the devastating effects of polio.”

Outreach centers keep Honduran youth off the street
Rotarians from seven clubs in the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa joined together to fund two outreach centers for young people in some of the poorest neighborhoods in the city. The centers are thriving because of startup funding from Rotary clubs and additional support from Regional Youth Alliance, a project of USAID, and the nonprofit Save the Children. They opened in 2009 in Buenas Nuevas and Villafranca, which have a combined population of 22,000. Rotarians chose these locations because they are some of the poorest areas in the city. “These two neighborhoods are high-risk, where gangs and drug organizations work,” says Rotarian Guillermo Enrique Valle, who coordinated the project for the Rotary clubs of Tegucigalpa and the Rotary Action Group for Population Growth and Sustainable Development. “For young people, instead of going to school or learning vocational training, they are recruited into gangs and drugs -- it’s a vicious cycle which is hard to leave.” Save the Children operates the centers, which are open to children and young adults ages 10 to 29. They aim to prevent violence and provide a safe atmosphere for youth to do their homework, play sports, and learn a skill. Tutoring and vocational training range from carpentry to electrical services to computer maintenance. “A lot of them are already out of school; they have been left behind,” says Valle, past president of the Rotary Club of Tegucigalpa. “The idea is to help them out with jobs before they become delinquents and give them a possibility of a future.” Rotarians chose Save the Children to run the centers, which have been so successful that Save the Children has opened two additional centers on its own.

Mark Rogers Military Contractor Shannon Sloan Physical Therapist

Past Presidents
Mike Helm Sam Becket Thad Byars John Cooney Kim Barr Charlie Daniel Eric Prall Gilbert Smith John Cooney Patsy Cooney Tom Malhosky Kelly Barr Jennifer Johnson Micah D. Autry Kenneth Adams Doug Swenson Thad Byars Eric Prall Hank Mayer Kim Barr Tom Malhosky Brenda Dwyer Charter 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

District Roll of Fame
John Cooney 1998-99 Kim Barr 2001-02