Rotary District 5810 - North Texas
Rotary Club of Wylie East Fork is dedicated to service above self. Our members are dedicated to serving the Wylie area by contributing to the community in a variety of ways.
For more information about Rotary International, visit www.wylierotary.org
Mission: The mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
Rotary District 5810 - North Texas
Welcome and Thank You, Veterans.
Happy Veterans Day
area Veterans are invited to today's annual Veterans Day ceremony at 10:40 AM at Wylie Stadium. If you can't join us, the ceremony will be live-streamed at: www.wylieisd.net/livebroadcasts
Rotarians are installing flags for the last "flag holiday" of the year. If you are interested in having a kit installed at your home or a service for your business, please complete this form or email the information [email protected]. The next "flag holiday" is in February. We're gearing up to be sure we can serve well so your advanced notice helps. #peopleofaction #serviceaboveself
Come join us for a special Veterans Day program with Colonel Brooks McFarland (Ret) and the award winning Air Force Junior ROTC Cadets. Thursday, November 12 noon at Woodbridge Golf Club.
Rockwall Rotary and Rotary Club of Wylie East Fork joined together to walk at the End Alzheimer's Walk in October. Members stepped up and recruited folks from our clubs and the community-at-large to join in the fitness fun. Each club made a donation to the benefiting Alzheimer’s Foundation and made every step count with a combined 579,0538 steps. #DistrictProud #MakingADifference
Hey Rotary District 5810 - North Texas, thanks for sharing our story! #PeopleOfAction #DistrictProud
Hats off to the Rotary Club of Wylie East Fork for their work supplying & packing 20 boxes for Operation Christmas Child. #DistrictProud #Holidays #RotaryOpensOpportunities #ServiceAboveSelf
Club members were special guests of the newly opened Collin College - Wylie Campus. This modern campus opened for summer 2020 enrollment and is providing specialized facilities for up to 7,500 students. Breaking out in two tour groups Campus Provost, Dr. McRae, and Dean of Student and Enrollment Services, Doug Willis, shared the aspirations of this learning center. Club members delighted over the thoughtful design and enjoyed the perspective a future student as one of the member’s son joined in the tour.
Join us at noon this Thursday as club member, Joe Sullivan, shares "400 years since Pilgrims landing."
Inspired by our local librarian we wondered how Rotary selected its name. Here's what we learned:
The members chose the name Rotary because initially they rotated subsequent weekly club meetings to each other's offices.
That was fun, huh?
Hey club members, Don't forget 👇
October 29th our club will tour Collin College - Wylie Campus. We will meet inside at noon sharp at Campus Commons near the Welcome Center. We need to provide a head count so let us know if you'd like to join. Masks required!
Club members Lynn Fagerstrom and Brenda Byboth are manning a pitstop for Sachse Fallfest Wild Goose Chase Scavenger Hunt. Post your pic if you find them.
October 29th our club will tour Collin College - Wylie Campus. We will meet inside at noon sharp (391 Country Club Rd) at Campus Commons near the Welcome Center. We need to provide a head count so let us know if you'd like to join. Masks required!
We look forward to this project every year. Members of our club bring items teen boy might like and pack 20 boxes for Operation Christmas Child. It may seem early to be thinking of shipping off holidays gifts but Rotarians are generous all year long. #PeopleOfAction
This week at our Thursday noon meeting members will pack 20 Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes. It's a fun hour of teamwork. Join us at Woodbridge Golf Club and help us make a difference for so many. #peopleofaction
What a treat to have Candy Noble pop in for a visit! Pictured with Club Past President Bryan Brokaw, Mayor Eric Hogue and Club President Brenda Byboth. #PeopleOfAction
Reminder 📌 Bring your shoe box items for Operation Christmas Child. We pack October 22.
Challenge accepted! Our Club is accepting the challenge from Rockwall Rotary. Who else wants to be in on the first ever, @Sachse Chamber of Commerce Fallfest Walk to End Alzheimer's. #PeopleOfAction
Start a Walk Team for $25 and build up your Team! Compete for the most steps or the most money raised for the Fight to #ENDALZ or BOTH! Track your teams steps thru any fitness tracker or fitness app! Tracking Time is from 12:01a.m. to 11:59p.m. each Wednesday in October! Email your teams results by....
Representative Candy Noble will join us October 15th for lunch. Join us at noon or pop on for Facebook Live at 12:30. Representative Noble always allows time for questions and discussion. We anticipate her presentation.
Join us Thursday, Oct 8th for lunch at Woodbridge Golf Club noon and learn how The Counseling Institute of Texas is serving our community through this pandemic and other life issues.
Local Rotarians jumped in with both feet to exceed our shoe drive goal. With 147 pairs, and counting, our club was glad to support the work of Rotary District 5810 - North Texas. Pictured is our President Brenda modeling the haul as she drops them off. #PeopleOfAction
Doolan to sail as Principal of Wylie East High School Raider Nation. Join us 10/1 at noon for a meet-n-greet.
“I am humbled to have this opportunity to lead and learn with Raider Nation, and couldn’t be more excited about the future of Wylie East High School,” said Mrs. Doolan.
This is so great. We can't wait to get our club's final tally!
Hats off to the Plano West Rotary for their Shoe Drive. With the help of the Plano Senior High School #Interact, they have collected over 600 pairs of shoes!! GREAT JOB!! #DistrictProud #PeopleOfAction #RotaryOpensOpportunities
Hey Hey! Remember to bring shoes and encourage your friends to clean their closets. Wylie ER is helping our club collect through the end of the month. That's next week. Thanks all!
Let’s help out our local Rotarians of Wylie and clean out those closets and donate some gently used or new shoes. This is for all ages!
This will run through Sept 30th. Drop off is in the lobby at Wylie ER
Thank you in advance!!!
Rotary member Dr. Tunji Funsho named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in the World.
Our local club is spotlighted TWICE in The Wylie News this week. Did you see us? #PeopleOfAction
WHAT WE VALUE
Rotary was founded on principles that remain at the heart of the organization today. These principles reflect our core values — integrity, diversity, service, leadership, and fellowship, or friendship. Our core values emerge as themes in our guiding principles.
North Texas Giving Day is here!
Please consider donating to the #RYLA5810Foundation today. Support from #NTXGiving Day enables us to continue our purpose in growing our RYLA programming, our alumni support and the future of youth leadership in the North Texas community. Check out the link below to take you straight to our NTGD profile.
#ntxgivingday #donate #nonprofit #volunteer #serviceaboveself #ryla #ryla5810 #rotary #rotary5810 #rotaryinternational #dallas #texas #northtexas #camp #highschool #leadership #leadershipdevelopment
Ride in for lunch with us Thursday, Sept 17th at noon. We will learn how Equest is enhancing the quality of life for those with diverse needs by partnering with horses to bring hope and healing. https://www.equest.org/about
Learn about Equest, a 501(c)(3) Texas non-profit on a mission to enhance the quality of life for children and adults by partnering with horses to bring hope and healing.
You don’t have to wait until North Texas Giving Day to give back to the RYLA 5810 Foundation. Preschedule your gift today! Giving will run thru 9/17 . https://www.northtexasgivingday.org/ryla-5810-foundation
The RYLA 5810 Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) charitable corporation founded in 2013 to provide support to the Camp RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Award) program of Rotary International District 5810, and continuing education through the RYLA 5810 Alumni Association. The mission of Camp RYL...
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Hey Club Members,
We wanted to make securing presenters easier so we set this form up for your use. While we are booked for most of the Fall, we will be looking to secure speakers once the year turns over. Help us stay informed > https://forms.gle/JPpSdmVbjKieiE6B6
By completing this form, our club organizers can best prepare for and promote programs to our members and the Wylie/Sachse/Murphy/Lavon communities through social media. Our club meets Thursdays at noon at the Woodbridge Golf Course Clubhouse (7400 Country Club Drive, on the border of Wylie and Sach...
Glad to have Habitat For Humanity Collin County with us today. Here's a part of their presentation.
7400 Country Club Dr
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