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- The Opportunity to Serve: Rotarians provide service at both the community and international levels. Service programs address health care needs, hunger and poverty, illiteracy, disaster relief, and environmental cleanups, to name a few. Members experience the fulfillment that comes from giving back to the community.
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- Friendship: Fellowship was a primary reason Rotary was started in 1905, and it remains a major attraction. Today, with more than 30,000 Rotary clubs in over 160 countries, Rotarians have friends wherever they go. Rotary helps to build community as well as enduring friendships.
- Cultural Diversity: Rotary International is an association of local clubs in many countries. Clubs are open to members of every ethnic group, political persuasion, language, and religious belief. Rotary clubs contain a cross-section of the world's leaders. They practice and promote tolerance.
- Good Citizenship: Membership in Rotary makes one a better citizen. Weekly Rotary club programs keep members informed about what is taking place in the community, nation, and world. Rotary's expansive network of clubs and programs provides extensive opportunities for service and interchange.
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Usually Tuesdays * 12:00pm-1:00pm
* Check calendar under "Speakers & Events" for meeting dates and details
of the City of Austin
1124 S Interstate 35 Frontage Rd.
Austin, TX 78704
Map to the Meeting
Driving directions: When driving south on IH 35. Exit at Riverside Drive.
Get in right lane on the West IH35 frontage road. Drive through the traffic light at E. Riverside Drive.
Go slowly and turn right at the second driveway, only about a half block from Riverside Drive.
The sign displays the address 1124. Continue up the long driveway and at the fork in the driveway veer to the left.
There are visitor parking places along the chain fence. The lobby to the building is on your right.
If for some reason you miss the second driveway, you have one more opportunity to enter the property.
Follow the frontage road (all you will see on the right are trees). About a block further there is a road.
Turn right, go up the hill, turn right again and drive through the parking garage. Turn to left after going
through parking garage and you will be at the same place as above. The lobby will be on your left with visitor parking along the fence.
Once you have passed this test and parked, go into the lobby, ask one of the nice ladies at the counter to direct you to the Rotary Club meeting.
Rotary International President:
Ian H. S. Riseley
District of Central Texas Governor:
Club President: Denise Guckert
Secretary: Robert Noland
Treasurer: Margarine Beaman
Programs: Nora Comstock
Foundation Chair: Jerry Shepperd
Membership Chair: Nora Comstock
Community Service Tyra Duncan-Hall
International Service: Margarine Beaman
New Generations Service:
Web Master: Robert Noland
Tyra Duncan-Hall | 2015-16
John-Michael Cortez | 2013-15
Sandy Wilder | 2012-13
Lisa Garcia | 2011-12
Betty Jean Bell | 2010-11
Carrie Bruce | 2009-10
David Gonzalez | 2008-09
Juanita Mendez | 2007-08
Tyra Duncan-Hall | 2006-07
Donetta Goodall | 2005-06
Tammy Stewart | 2004-05
Margarine Beaman | 2003-04
Marcia Kneip | 2002-03
Avis Wallace | 2001-02
Jerry Shepperd | 2000-01
Gil Ferrer | 1999-2000
Clyde Prestwood | 1998-99
Sandy Wilder | 1997-98
Nora Comstock | 1996-1997
Margarine Beaman | 1995-96
Mark Curry | 1994-95
Ed Peña | 1992-94