Our Rotary D5890 will be hosting the 2022 Rotary International Convention in Houston, Texas.
We will be welcoming more than 28,000 from 170+ countries!
This convention has historically been an opportunity for Rotarians to network and plan service projects, as well as to highlight humanitarian causes among all areas of focus.
Check out the promo video on the RI website, and register now at the lowest price!
Please join our e-Club as we proudly welcome the following new members to our new "Satellite" e-Club of Houston:
Randall Evins  |  Peter Nguyen   |  Michael Nguyen   |  Jeff Watkins​​​​​​​  |  Anh Truong​​​​​​​   |   Alex Tang​​​​​​​   |   Amanda Nguyen​​​​​​​   |   Nguyen T. Nguyen​​​​​​​
Our new members make Rotary even stronger! By adding their skills, experience, and enthusiasm to our e-club, they will help to advance communities at home and on a global scale. Together, we can eradicate polio, train more skilled peacemakers, and provide lasting solutions for communities fighting disease, hunger, illiteracy, and poverty. Welcome to our global community of more than 1.2 million men and women dedicated to building a better world! If YOU are interested in becoming a member, please click here for more information.
Our Annual Dinner and Installation of e-Club of Houston Officers Ceremony will be held at:
 
Kim Son Restaurant, 12750 Southwest Fwy, Stafford, TX 77477 on June 17th, 2021 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
 
We are honored to have PDG Chris Schneider install the e-Club officers and current District Governor, Scott Rainey, will install the Rotary "Satellite" e-Club of Houston.
Join us as we welcome our new Satellite e-Club of Houston members! Randall Evins, Peter Nguyen, Michael Nguyen, Jeff Watkins, Anh Truong, Alex Tang, Amanda Nguyen, Nguyen T. Nguyen
**SEE MORE INFORMATION UNDER EVENTS ON THIS WEBSITE. 
Date: June 26, 2021   |   From: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
In recent events regarding "Asian hate crimes" in America, I would like to propose the 1st service project for our Rotary "Satellite" e-Club of Houston called "Lotus Project." We will be leading this service project in the Asian community to help promote peace and the environment. This is a great way to bring Rotary into the community and also it's a great way to recruit new members.
 
This event will aim to create a healing process for all Asian-American and it's also aligned with Rotary's two areas of focus; Promoting Peace and the Environment. The reason I picked the lotus is because it's very sacred in eastern cultures like Buddhism, Hindu and even Egyptians. For many, the flower represents purity, enlightenment, and even resurrection. Fun fact: the lotus is the national flower in Vietnam and India. 

In Rotary, our Rotary District 5890 holds an event called Garden with the District 5890 Governor annually. This is where high school students from different Interact Clubs
Rotary Yellow Pages is a directory for Rotarians to network, refer business, job search, mentorship, and encourages Rotarians to support each other fellow Rotarians for goodwill and better friendship. Thank you to e-Club's Nguyen Nguyen for putting this great reference together! 
Neil Armstrong, astronaut and the first man to walk on the moon, was a Rotarian belonging to the Rotary Club of Wapakoneta, Ohio in the United States.
 
Born in Wapakoneta on August 5, 1930, Armstrong had German, Scottish and Irish forebears. His father was and auditor for the Ohio State Government and, as a consequence, the Armstrong family moved around Ohio repeatedly living in sixteen towns over the next fourteen years. Armstrong fell in love with flying at a young age when his father took him for his first aeroplane ride when he was five years old. Attending Blume High School, Armstrong had his pilot's licence before he was old enough to drive. At the age of 17, in 1947 Neil Armstrong began studying aeronautical engineering at Purdue University.

In 1949, Armstrong was called up to do service in the US Navy. In 1950 he joined an all jet Navy squadron
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May 06, 2021 6:00 PM
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