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Upcoming Events
 
 
Welcome to the District 5910 Website
 
 
 
2016-2017 
District Governor: 
Gig Langston
 
 
 
 
District Governor's Club: 
Angelina Rotary Club 
 
 
 
             
COUNTDOWN TO THE
 
5910 Rotarians registered = 62       08-18-16 
 
 
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A Big Texas-Size Welcome to District 5910 Youth Exchange Students!
Our 1st  inbound has arrived!!!  Her name is “Macha”. She is from France and will be hosted by the Rotary Club of College Station.  She was met by her host father and Club President, Doug Bramwell and daughter, Isabella, Rotary Counselor, Charles Gilliland and Immediate Past Club President, Bob Brick.
Our 2nd inbound has arrived!!!  Her name is Maria. She is from Spain and will be hosted by the Rotary Club of The Woodlands.  She was met by her host parents, Ralph and Carol Schroeder, and her Rotary Counselor, Adria Salas. 
Our 3rd inbound has arrived!!!  Her name is Isabella. She is from Brazil and will be hosted by the Rotary Club of Bryan.  She was met by her host father, John Anderson, her Rotary Counselor, Charles Gilliland, and another newly arrived inbound student, Macha.  from France.  (Macha is hosted by the RC of College Station.)
Our 4th inbound has arrived!!!  His name is Johann. He is from Germany and will be hosted by the Rotary Club of Lake Conroe.  He was met by host family, Greg and Rhonda Darby, sons Callum and Elias, Daughters Morgan and Grace.  Also on hand to greet him were his Rotary Counselor, Randall Wiley and family, and Club Youth  Exchange Officer, PDG Doris and Wally Lockey. By the way, Callum has just returned from his year as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student in Spain.
Our 5th inbound has arrived!!!  Her name is Fruzsi. She is from Hungary and will be hosted by the Rotary Club of Huntsville.  She was met by her host parents, Marcus and Nisa Gillespie, her Rotary Counselor Carol Mattingly, District RYE Chairman Glen Mattingly and new friend Katie Williams.  Katie is the daughter of Past Club President Darren and Jennifer Williams.  
Our 6th inbound has arrived!!!  Her name is Point. She is from Thailand and will be hosted by the Rotary Club of League City.  She was met by her host father, Tom Childers, his daughter Courtney and son Kevin,  her Rotary Counselor, Kim Buttrum, and her Host Club Youth Exchange Officer, Birda Gaskin.  Courtney, in the Rotary Blazer, was a Rotary Youth Exchange Student in Germany in 2013-14.   
Our 7th inbound has arrived!!!  Her name is Clara. She is from Germany and will be hosted by the Rotary Club of Palestine.  She was met by her host parents, Paul and LeeAnn Martine and her Rotary Counselor, PDG Brenda Walker. 
After many hours layover in New Jersey, our 8th inbound arrived at 1:05 this morning!!!  Her name is Laurane and she is from Belgium.  She will be hosted by the Rotary Club of Livingston.  She was met by her Rotary Counselor Blair McDonald and wife Ann, her host mother, Brenda Battaglia and two very thoughtful Livingston High School students.
After one flight cancellation and a few hours delay in departure our 9th inbound student arrived this morning – one day later than she planned!!!  Her name is Flavia and she is from Brazil.  She will be hosted by the Rotary Club of Nacogdoches.  She was met by her host parents, Matt and Amber Duckworth, daughter, Mariah and son, Elijah.  Also on hand for the greeting were RYE Chairman Glen Mattingly, wife Carol, and Fruzsi, an inbound student from Hungary, hosted by the Rotary Club of Huntsville.
Our 10th inbound student arrived this morning!!!  His  name is Taisuke and he is from Japan.  He will be hosted by the Rotary Club of Galveston. Taisuke was met at the airport by his Rotary Counselor, PDG Ulli Budelmann, and greeted at their home by his host family, Scott and Martha Livanec and children, Marie Louise, Mac, and Caroline. 
Our 11th inbound student arrived today!!!  Her  name is Djazz and she is from France.  She will be hosted by the Rotary Club of Friendswood. Djazz was greeted at the airport by her Rotary Counselor, Gary Kay and wife Mercedes, her host father Craig Hall and daughter Alex.  Gary missed the photo, because he was operating the camera. 
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Rotary Zone 21b-27 Institute
Join us for 
 2016 Rotary Zone 21b-27 Institute 
October 27 - 30, 2016
Salt Lake City, Utah 
 http://rizones21-27.org/zone-institute-2016/ 
 
What is a Rotary Institute? 
  • It's like a mini international convention, filled with incredible speakers, fellowship, and invaluable training and inspiration. 
  • It's open to any and all people interested in engaging current Rotary values and efforts. 
  • Come and be inspired by a wide range of exceptional speakers and trainers from across the world. 
  • The House of Friendship highlights many of the service areas in which you can become involved. 
  • Get information directly from the Rotary leaders making a difference in our communities every day. 
  • Ask questions and express your views on the impact and direction of Rotary. 
  • And most importantly, your voice WILL BE HEARD!  Reporting mechanisms in place at the Rotary Institute funnel your input directly to Rotary International.  This is an incredible way to stamp your mark on our world efforts. 
  • If you are interested in receiving periodic email updates on the Institute, send a request with your name, your club, and your email address to bmasoncc@gmail.com.
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CLUBS TO MAKE SIGNIFICANT CHANGES
How will your Club adapt with the changes put in place by the 2016 Council on Legislation?  Click on the Rotary logo above to read the information released recently.

Essential changes for clubs and districts
2016 Council on Legislation
(The numbers in parentheses identify the relevant legislative enactments).
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We are pleased to announce that District 5910 will sponsor at least one Global Grant Scholar for the 2017-18 Rotary year.  Each scholarship is valued at $30,000, with $15,000 coming from District 5910’s District Designated Fund (DDF), and $15,000 matched by The Rotary Foundation’s World Fund.  The grants are required to qualify under one of the six Areas of Focus established by The Rotary Foundation.
 
District Global Grants Scholarship Information
Areas of Focus
Global Scholarship Application
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District 5910 Website Team
If you need help with Club Runner, please contact:
WEBSITE STORIES and DISTRICT NEWSLETTER: 
Jacque Chapman
RC of Beaumont 
 
DATA INPUT (CHANGE OF PERSONAL DATA, CALENDAR ITEMS, ETC):
Jan Ricketts 
RC of Lake Conroe
 
DISTRICT WEBSITE MANAGER:
Brenda Walker of RC of Palestine 
brenda.walker@oncor.com
 
CLUB RUNNER TRAINING:
Jacque Chapman
RC of Beaumont 
 

 
 
 

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