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Spring, Texas  77393
 
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Next e-Club of Houston / Rotary District 5890 Online Meeting: Thursday, April 2, 7 pm CT
Rotary District 5890 and the e-Club of Houston are inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Time:  April 2, 2020 07:00 PM Central Time 
Topic: Rotary District 5890 E-Meeting
 
Meeting ID: 577 643 701
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Earlier this month, Robin & Ed Charlesworth, Isis Mejias, Wind Nguyen, Margarita Hernandez, & Leenette Wilke met for an e-Club face-to-face social at Houston's Mi Pueblito Restaurant. Hope you can make it to our next face-to-face! 

Congratulations to Isis Mejias, e-Club President Elect for 2020-21, who attended the Rotary President Elects Training Seminar earlier this month! Isis says, "I am inspired by the many avenues that this organization offers to do humanitarian service." She looks forward to meeting with e-Club members and asking WHY are you in Rotary? What moves you to do humanitarian service? 
 

Dear Rotarians, I encourage you to watch this beautiful video published by Voice of America (VOA). I was thrilled to receive a call from VOA requesting the recommendation of a project serving the Venezuelan refugee and migrant population led by local humble women to highlight their story during the International Women's Day week celebration. And, what better example than the joint work of Mrs. Rosalba and her family, her volunteers, and Sister Ney María in the Olla Comunitaria in Cúcuta. The result? This beautiful and motivating story about the work of these extraordinary women and their service to humanity. Our work has not only contributed to this humanitarian crisis by providing food, but we have also helped raise awareness of the brave people, organizations, and projects that work very hard to contribute to improving the condition of the migrant population. Cristal Montanez
 

 
Five indigenous people waiting for medical treatment and surgery received new mattresses to help them be more comfortable while being treated. The mattresses are covered with heavy-duty, but soft, waterproof material to protect them from dust and facilitate their maintenance and hygiene. Thanks to our allies of Carpa Esperanza for coordinating the logistics and delivery of the mattresses. The distribution of the pillows covered with the same material is scheduled for tomorrow. We extend our most sincere appreciation to our donor for making it possible for us to contribute to improving the living conditions of these patients. Cristal Montanez
 
 
A hearty WELCOME to new e-Club members: 
 
Leenette Wilke - Coming to us from the Kingwood Rotary Club and very involved in Rotary Youth Exchange. 
Jibrell Crump - Living in Houston, new to Rotary and passionate about service.
 
We're glad you're here! 
Calling all e-Club members! We've added another new photo to our member mosaic! Please email your photo to Charles Mickens for our online Member Directory and to be included with the group below! 
As we continue to add to our collage of e-Club members, we need the help of every member to make this happen. What will it take? A photo of yourself. The better the quality or the higher the resolution the better the end product will be. 

If you have a photo of yourself or want to take one with your phone, that will be fine. And one thing, if you take a photo with your phone, remember to take the photo in portrait/vertical position to ensure that the photo will upload into ClubRunner and display in portrait format. Please send your photo to Charles Mickens, e-Club Secretary, at ccmickens@gmail.com and let him know if the same photo can be used for our e-Club Directory on ClubRunner.  Thank you Charles for coordinating this project!
 
 
Members, please send us articles about your service or community projects and include a photo or video of you doing Rotary work. We would love to receive feedback from our subscribers on how we are doing, and content you would like to see published. Be the inspiration! Please send your info to Lori Prouty at lbprouty@comast.net. Thank you!

 
Ready to join a great Rotary Club? Click on membership application on the left side of the homepage.  Please complete all fields on the application and press submit. You will be contacted soon by Nicole Bianchi, Membership Director. 
 
On the membership application you will be asked if you have attended two Rotary e-Club of Houston meetings on-line. Look for the Weekly Program and either view the video or read the article, then go to the tab for Weekly Meeting beneath the banner of the page and submit the attendance form to receive credit. 

To pay your membership dues: By credit card, please click on the PayNow yellow link on the left side of the home page. Thank you!
 
 
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