Speaker Date Topic
Haley Hoggard Nov 02, 2022 12:00 PM
Nurse-Family Partnership @ Texas A&M University

Nursing.tamu.edu

BRIDGING THE GAP IN PATIENT-CENTERED CARE

No longer are nurses tied to bedside care. Nurses play a vital role in the overall health and wellness of communities, especially those patients who that have limited access to primary care providers. Serving urban, rural and underserved populations, Aggie nurses take health care to the patient.

TAMU Commandant - General Patrick R. Michaelis Nov 09, 2022 12:00 PM
TAMU Corps of Cadets
TAMU Corps of Cadets

Texas A&M University has named Brigadier General Patrick R. Michaelis as the next Commandant of the Corps of Cadets.

The 1993 Aggie graduate starts his new role on Oct. 1, after retiring from his current post as Commanding General, U.S. Army Training Center & Fort Jackson, South Carolina.

Michaelis is a Distinguished Military Graduate of Texas A&M who earned his bachelor’s degree in history in 1993 and commissioned into the Army as a Second Lieutenant of Armor.

“We are at an important inflection point for the Corps of Cadets and I am committed to growing this incredible leadership training program for our students,” said Texas A&M President M. Katherine Banks. “General Michaelis, an outstanding former student who has distinguished himself through a decorated military career, is the right leader at the right time for Texas A&M and the Corps. I look forward to great things under his capable leadership.”

Michaelis has previously served in command roles at Fort Hood, Texas; Fort Lewis, Wash.; and Redstone Arsenal, Ala.  Among his many posts, he was the Deputy Commanding General (Operations) for the U.S. Army Recruiting command at Fort Knox; Deputy Commanding Officer (Maneuver) for the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley; the Executive Officer to the Under Secretary of the Army and Chief of Staff to the Commander of the Combined Joint Forces Land Component Command in Iraq for Operation Inherent Resolve. He also commanded operations in Kandahar City, Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom, and served in leadership roles in Operations Iraqi Freedom II and Iraqi Freedom 06-08.

Michaelis said he’s “humbled and honored” to be selected to serve as Commandant.

“I want to thank President Banks and Vice President Ramirez for the opportunity to once again be a part of this great institution,” Michaelis said. “I first stepped onto the Quad in August of 1989. The leadership experience, the camaraderie, the commitment to academics, and the traditions that defined my Corps experience shaped the character of the person I am today.”

Brigadier General Patrick R. Michaelis will become the Corps' 46th commandant, overseeing the university's uniformed student body.

PDG Brenda Walker Nov 30, 2022 12:00 PM
District 5910 Giving Update to The Rotary Foundation
District 5910 Giving Update to The Rotary Foundation

Brenda Walker has been a Rotary Member since 2000 and lives in Palestine, Texas. She served District 5910 as Governor in 2012-2013 under the RI Theme "Peace Through Service". This year she helped her Satellite Club Charter the Downtown Palestine Rotary Club. 

She is currently the D5910 Foundation Team Chair educating and encouraging Clubs and Rotarians about the wonderful projects and programs funded by The Rotary Foundation. 


Every Rotarian, Every Year - Give $100

https://www.rotary5910.org/sitepage/foundation-giving

                                      

Guide to Rotary Foundation Giving

Your generous contributions to The Rotary Foundation are essential to securing and growing Rotary programs throughout the world. We recognize donors to express our gratitude for your commitment and offer individual and club recognitions, as well as naming recognitions that let you honor a friend or family member with a named or endowed gift.

Individual recognitions 

  • Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member, when you give $100 or more per year to the Annual Fund.
  • Benefactor, when you include the Endowment Fund as a beneficiary in your estate plans or when you donate $1,000 or more to the fund outright. Benefactors receive a certificate and insignia to wear with a Rotary or Paul Harris Fellow pin.
  • Paul Harris Fellow, when you give $1,000 or more to the Annual Fund, PolioPlus, or an approved Foundation grant. To recognize someone else as a Paul Harris Fellow, you can give that amount in their name. You are recognized as a Multiple Paul Harris Fellow with each additional gift of $1,000.
  • Paul Harris Society member, when you give $1,000 or more annually to the Annual Fund, PolioPlus, or an approved Foundation grant.
  • Bequest Society member, when you give $10,000 or more via your estate plans. All society members receive recognition from the Trustees of The Rotary Foundation, and donors can choose to receive an engraved crystal recognition piece and a Bequest Society pin.
  • Major Donor, when your cumulative donations reach $10,000. You can choose to receive a crystal recognition piece and a Major Donor lapel pin or pendant. Recognition items commemorate giving at these levels:
    • Level 1: $10,000 to $24,999
    • Level 2: $25,000 to $49,999
    • Level 3: $50,000 to $99,999
    • Level 4: $100,000 to $249,999
  • Arch C. Klumph Society, when your cumulative giving reaches $250,000. We will invite you to an induction ceremony at the Rotary International headquarters in Evanston, Illinois, USA and include your picture and biography in the Arch C. Klumph Society interactive gallery. You will also receive invitations to society events, along with membership pins and crystals that commemorate giving at these levels:
    • Trustees Circle: $250,000 to $499,999
    • Chair's Circle: $500,000 to $999,999
    • Foundation Circle: $1 million and above

Club banner recognitions 

  • 100% Paul Harris Fellow Club, for clubs in which all dues-paying members are Paul Harris Fellows. This is a one-time recognition. Please contact your district governor to receive this banner.
  • 100% Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member Club, in which every dues-paying member personally gives $100 or more to the Annual Fund. Awarded annually at the end of the Rotary year.
  • Every Rotarian, Every Year Club, for clubs that achieve a minimum $100 per capita with all dues-paying members contributing some amount to the Annual Fund. Awarded annually at the end of the Rotary year.
  • Top Three Per Capita in Annual Fund Giving, for the top three per capita giving clubs in each district. Clubs that give at least $50 per capita to the Annual Fund are eligible. Awarded annually at the end of the Rotary year.
Rudder High School a capella group, Vox Cor Dec 07, 2022
Choir to sing Christmas carols

Jennifer Allison, Rudder Choir Director; 979-209-7900; jennifer.allison@bryanisd.org

Jennifer will send bio for she and the choir

Father Brian Eilers; Priest from St Joseph Dec 14, 2022
Christmas program

Christmas message; Bio to come.......