Welcome to the Rotary E-Club Central Texas

The flexible, friendly, fun Rotary family! We meet the first Tuesday at 6PM on Zoom. Join us! (email Joan9e@gmail.com for link to join a meeting) and third Tuesday at 6:00 for our Club Board meeting..  Join Us Online Private Details: Password: Rotary
Rotarian Joan Bohls having a fun time on the Bat Cruise 
Club News
Rotarians Kent Bohls and Linda Tyler planning the butterfly garden.
 
As part of Rotary E-Club DAP Grant project a Peace Pole and butterfly garden were installed.  Pictured are Rotarians Adam and Betty Lara. 

Global Grant - Modernization of Three Community Schools (Host Club – RC of Biratnagarr)

The Rotary E-Club supports the Rotary Foundation and also has partnered in several Global Grants as a major partner.   This has been made possible because of relationships with members of our club and other clubs.  The first grant was with a club in Nepal.  Member PDG Suresh Pahwa is friends of a PDG in Nepal and make the grant possible.  The following is a description of the grants:

 

Global Grant - Equipment for Covid-19 Treatment (Host club – RC of Biratnagar, Downtown)

The COVID-19 pandemic affected Biratnagar, Nepal very badly and it spread fast in the community. 

 

 

GREEN STEPS FOR ROTARIANS SERVICE

Green Steps  provides service opportunities through supporting the environment, the newest area of focus in Rotary.  Green Steps is how members of Rotary E-Club of Central Texas can do service together while being apart.  We can each do our part and that is our service.   
 
Green Step #1 Avoid plastic by taking reusable  water bottle and bags with you. Reduce plastic by using Laundry Detergent  liquidless eco sheets like Earth Breeze. 
Green Step #2 Meatless Monday- Eat less meat and eat more environmentally friendly foods. 
 Green Step #3 Plant Pollinator Plants. By replacing grass with native flowers  and plants  you don't have to mow, water, fertilize, or use pesticides and that is good for  bees! 
Green Step  #4 Mindful Mowing (wait until wildflowers go to seed to mow) 
Green Step #5 Leave the Leaves on the ground. Allow leaves to turn into compost and help the soil. 
Green Step #6 Respect, Reverence, Respect in Relationship to Mother Earth by walking softly, leave no trace, feast responsibility, look to the Seventh Generation in all you do.
Step #7 Plant a Tree.   
Step #8 Lunch Local for Love (shop local farmer's markets)
Step #8- Be kind to bees ! Plant pollinator plants, don't use pesticides, put up a Mason bee house.
Step #9  Lights out at night for migrating birds.
Step #10  Recycle and compost.
Step #11 Use less electricity by unplugging electronics when not in use.
Step #12. Drive and fly less, bike more; Drive electric if you can. Fill your car tires to recommended pressure. 
Green Steps is how Rotary e Club of Central Texas do service individually since  members live apart. We can all make a difference  together.
 
 
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     One of the challenges of an E-Club and of the pandemic is building better friendships.  So the goal of Rotarian of the Month is to know each other better.   When you are named please forward me a picture and lots of information about you- like where you grew up, family, schools, career, hobies, Rotary service.  We want to get to know each other.  We would also like for you to do a "classification talk" at our monthly zoom meeting.  Let's keep working towards getting to know each other better.  
   
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Rotarian of the Month Nancy Keck ,October 2022
September 2022 Rotarian of the Month, Ashley Rodriguez
Rotarian of the Month August 2022
Kent Bohls
Rotarian of the Month July 2022 Tricia Johnson
Rotarian of the Month Drew Walker
June 2022
 
Rotary News
A new weapon against polio

A modified vaccine offers hope that eradication is closer than ever.

Mobile clinic delivers free healthcare for Wisconsin’s underserved communities

Rotary clubs in District 6250 (Wisconsin and Minnesota, USA) have donated a mobile clinic to St. Clare Health Mission, a community organization in La Crosse, Wisconsin, that provides primary and specialty health care services at no cost for those without access to insurance.

Rotary President Jennifer Jones announces US$150 million pledge toward polio eradication

Rotary President Jennifer Jones appeared on the stage at the star-studded Global Citizen Festival to announce an additional US$150 million pledge toward that end.

Re-emergence of polio underscores the need for eradication

The detection of poliovirus, and even cases of polio, in places where it hasn’t been found for years has demonstrated once again that eradicating a human disease isn’t easy, especially in the final stages.In recent months, an unvaccinated man in the United States was paralyzed. In the

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