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Elizabeth Hilbun, Attorney at Law
Oct 23, 2017
7 Threats to Your Family's Security and How To Avoid Them
District Governor Bill Palko
Nov 06, 2017
State of the District
Sarah Woodard (tentative)
Nov 20, 2017
Rotary Work in Nicauragua
 
 
 
 
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We meet Mondays at 11:45 AM
Carl's Bar-B-Que
21920 Northwest Freeway
Cypress, TX  77429
United States
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Mike McCue, President-Elect of the Rotary Club of San Bernadino presented our club with a check for $15,000.00 to be used to assist the victims of Hurricane Harvey in the Cypress area.  Mike is a graduate of Cy-Falls High School, which has suffered flood damage several times.  He presented the 'big check' at the school with Principal Rebecca Denton and students in attendance.  Cy-Fair Rotarians present were Doug Pfaffenberger -Treasurer, Kevin Smith - Secretary, Angela Small and Marilyn Farrell.
Rotarians in Action - At the August 14 meeting, Assistant District Governor Ruben Santos discussed District 5890 goals for the year ahead; Cypress Fairbanks Club member Doug Pfaffenberger presented Club President Wayne Beaumier with two banners from clubs he visited on a recent California trip; Sherry Reiland received her Honorary Member badge from Wayne Beaumier.
Last few days, fellow Rotarians and Disaster Aid USA doing our small part to help clean up. 
Image may contain: 2 people, people smiling, people standing and shoes
 
The year is over for our exchange student Villads Lausten from Denmark.  He had many memorable experiences during his time spent with Alan and Stacy Brevard who are the ultimate in host families.  Thanks to Rotary Youth Exchange for providing us with the opportunity to encourage understanding and peace through our young people.  Villads will be missed and we wish him well in the future.
Roy Wooten, Executive Director of Shield-Bearer Counseling Centers, accepts a donation of $2,500.00 for use in its efforts to build strong families in the Cypress area, provide support for human traffiking and trauma survivors, military families and more.  Thank you for all you do!
Colleen Hawkins presented year-end certificates and awards on June 26th, her last meeting presiding as president.  All officers and committee chairs were recognized for their work and contributions to Cy-Fair Rotary and the community.  Kevin Smith was honored as Rotarian of the Year for his dedication and commitment to the club during the past year.  Congratulations, Kevin!
Our Annual Leadership Awards have been presented to three local graduating seniors.  Abigail Gonzalez and Annabelle Vu of Jersey Village High School, and Matthew Trinh of Cy-Woods High School received the monetary recognition at the awards night at their respective schools.  Mike Flowers presented at JVHS and Colleen Hawkins presented at CWHS.  The awards are given to students in the Interact Club who exhibit the Rotary ideals of leadership and service to others, both in the community and internationally.  These students were recommended by their faculty sponsors as deserving of the award.  Congratulations to all of you!
Cy-Fair Rotary sponsored a booth at the Business to Business Expo at the monthly Cy-Fair Chamber of Commerce meeting at the Berry Center. Marilyn Farrell and Kevin Smith enjoyed providing information to many local business people and look forward to seeing many of them at future club meetings as potential members and/or speakers.
Past President Alan Brevard, President-Elect Wayne Beaumier and District Governor Eric Liu  carried out the Monkey Business theme of District Conference.
 
Past Club president and District Area Membership member Marilyn Farrell brought the club up to Speed on Membership.
She covered what is expected from the Club and what WE are all responsible for .. Marilyn also received her Paul Harris  +4 today.
District Governor Eric Liu and his wife Sandy visited our club on Monday, August 29, 2016. After making several award presentations, his interactive talk on Rotary, why it is accepted and respected around the world, and how we can continue to serve humanity was well received, even by the deer, bear and elk!  In the photo, Eric presents President Colleen Hawkins with the Four Way Test plaque for her office.
 
Tony Canales, Executive Director and General Manager of Telemundo Houston - KTMD, addressed our regular meeting today showing the growth of the Spanish language market and how reaching out to that market could be both rewarding and cost-effective.  Marketing Director J C Perez joined Tony at the presentation.
 
Today we were pleased to make a donation to Shield-Bearer Counseling Centers with the proceeds of our annual Mothers' Day Brisket Sale Fundraiser.  Executive Director Roy Wooten accepted the check on behalf of Shield-Bearer and told a story of how our funds are helping others in need.
Area Flooding Assistance District 5890 and 5910 Rotarians and families with specific needs arising from the widespread flooding may contact Wayne Beaumier (281-923-4085 / wbeaumier@att.net / Rotary Club of Cypress-Fairbanks) for disaster aid assistance. You also may phone 311 to report damage and/or ask for assistance, as well as the Southwest TX Flood Cleanup Hotline (1-800-451-1954) for help cleaning up homes or property only. The Southwest TX Flood Cleanup Hotline will share your information with local agencies, community leaders, and volunteer relief agencies but cannot guarantee assistance or timing. Medical emergencies should be reported to 911. For any other kind of help, please dial 211 for the menu of statewide services available, including benefits and help evacuating property.
On Thursday, April 28, 2016, The Rotary Club of Cypress-Fairbanks had the privilege of donating personal medical supplies, gift cards for office supplies, groceries and gasoline, as well as cash to Beacon Place on Galveston Island.  Beacon Place serves as transitional housing for women and children leaving domestic violence situations.  WOMAN Inc. provides supportive services for the residents; Ruby Jones is the on-site program manager and Michaelle Wormly is Executive Director.
The Club was in Galveston attending the Rotary District 5890 Conference at the San Luis Resort.  District 5890 consists of 62 Rotary Clubs in the Southeast Texas area, and impacts the lives of thousands of local, national and international people through service.
WOMAN Inc is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a statewide Community Housing Development Organization whose mission is to provide transitional housing to women and children escaping abusive situations and other at-risk populations.  WOMAN Inc also provides case management counseling, child care assistance, rental assistance, parenting skills training, life skills management, nutrition and medical intervention, job skills improvement, and advocacy. The organization has recently worked with TSHAC to rehab and donate homes to two US Veterans.
Pictured are Alan Brevard, President of Rotary Club of Cypress-Fairbanks, Michaelle Wormly, Ruby Jones, Renee Jones Coleman-Volunteer, Marilyn Farrell-Past President and Kevin Smith-Secretary.
Today's speaker was Michaelle Wormly, Executive Director of WOMAN, Inc., a non-profit Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) that creates affordable, transitional housing throughout Texas.  In addition to providing for housing needs, WOMAN Inc augments their work through the provision of supportive services for women of diverse ethnic backgrounds leaving abusive situations.  She spoke specifically about our upcoming mini-project for Beacon Place in Galveston.   We are collecting grocery & gasoline gift cards, office supplies and, of course, cash.  After the presentation of these items this Thursday afternoon at 1:00, a short landscape clean-up project will take place.  Please contact Marilyn Farrell at 281-352-5084 if you have donations or want to help.
One of our annual spring projects is preparing and serving lunch for approximately 800 clients, familes and guests of REACH Unlimited in Cypress, TX.  We thank all Rotarians and exchange students who participated and made it successful.
Club members and their families joined in the Northwest Houston Walk to End Alzheimer's held Saturday morning, September 26th.
Our Youth Exchange Student from Milan, Italy, arrived in Houston this past weekend and was welcomed by his host family, The Beams.
 
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Mike McCue, President-Elect of the Rotary Club of San Bernadino presented our club with a check for $15,000.00 to be used to assist the victims of Hurricane Harvey in the Cypress area.  Mike is a graduate of Cy-Falls High School, which has suffered flood damage several times.  He presented the 'big check' at the school with Principal Rebecca Denton and students in attendance.  Cy-Fair Rotarians present were Doug Pfaffenberger -Treasurer, Kevin Smith - Secretary, Angela Small and Marilyn Farrell.
Last few days, fellow Rotarians and Disaster Aid USA doing our small part to help clean up. 
Image may contain: 2 people, people smiling, people standing and shoes
 
Rotarians in Action - At the August 14 meeting, Assistant District Governor Ruben Santos discussed District 5890 goals for the year ahead; Cypress Fairbanks Club member Doug Pfaffenberger presented Club President Wayne Beaumier with two banners from clubs he visited on a recent California trip; Sherry Reiland received her Honorary Member badge from Wayne Beaumier.
The year is over for our exchange student Villads Lausten from Denmark.  He had many memorable experiences during his time spent with Alan and Stacy Brevard who are the ultimate in host families.  Thanks to Rotary Youth Exchange for providing us with the opportunity to encourage understanding and peace through our young people.  Villads will be missed and we wish him well in the future.
Colleen Hawkins presented year-end certificates and awards on June 26th, her last meeting presiding as president.  All officers and committee chairs were recognized for their work and contributions to Cy-Fair Rotary and the community.  Kevin Smith was honored as Rotarian of the Year for his dedication and commitment to the club during the past year.  Congratulations, Kevin!
Roy Wooten, Executive Director of Shield-Bearer Counseling Centers, accepts a donation of $2,500.00 for use in its efforts to build strong families in the Cypress area, provide support for human traffiking and trauma survivors, military families and more.  Thank you for all you do!
Our Annual Leadership Awards have been presented to three local graduating seniors.  Abigail Gonzalez and Annabelle Vu of Jersey Village High School, and Matthew Trinh of Cy-Woods High School received the monetary recognition at the awards night at their respective schools.  Mike Flowers presented at JVHS and Colleen Hawkins presented at CWHS.  The awards are given to students in the Interact Club who exhibit the Rotary ideals of leadership and service to others, both in the community and internationally.  These students were recommended by their faculty sponsors as deserving of the award.  Congratulations to all of you!
Cy-Fair Rotary sponsored a booth at the Business to Business Expo at the monthly Cy-Fair Chamber of Commerce meeting at the Berry Center. Marilyn Farrell and Kevin Smith enjoyed providing information to many local business people and look forward to seeing many of them at future club meetings as potential members and/or speakers.
Past President Alan Brevard, President-Elect Wayne Beaumier and District Governor Eric Liu  carried out the Monkey Business theme of District Conference.
 
Past Club president and District Area Membership member Marilyn Farrell brought the club up to Speed on Membership.
She covered what is expected from the Club and what WE are all responsible for .. Marilyn also received her Paul Harris  +4 today.
District Governor Eric Liu and his wife Sandy visited our club on Monday, August 29, 2016. After making several award presentations, his interactive talk on Rotary, why it is accepted and respected around the world, and how we can continue to serve humanity was well received, even by the deer, bear and elk!  In the photo, Eric presents President Colleen Hawkins with the Four Way Test plaque for her office.
 
Today we were pleased to make a donation to Shield-Bearer Counseling Centers with the proceeds of our annual Mothers' Day Brisket Sale Fundraiser.  Executive Director Roy Wooten accepted the check on behalf of Shield-Bearer and told a story of how our funds are helping others in need.
On Thursday, April 28, 2016, The Rotary Club of Cypress-Fairbanks had the privilege of donating personal medical supplies, gift cards for office supplies, groceries and gasoline, as well as cash to Beacon Place on Galveston Island.  Beacon Place serves as transitional housing for women and children leaving domestic violence situations.  WOMAN Inc. provides supportive services for the residents; Ruby Jones is the on-site program manager and Michaelle Wormly is Executive Director.
The Club was in Galveston attending the Rotary District 5890 Conference at the San Luis Resort.  District 5890 consists of 62 Rotary Clubs in the Southeast Texas area, and impacts the lives of thousands of local, national and international people through service.
WOMAN Inc is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a statewide Community Housing Development Organization whose mission is to provide transitional housing to women and children escaping abusive situations and other at-risk populations.  WOMAN Inc also provides case management counseling, child care assistance, rental assistance, parenting skills training, life skills management, nutrition and medical intervention, job skills improvement, and advocacy. The organization has recently worked with TSHAC to rehab and donate homes to two US Veterans.
Pictured are Alan Brevard, President of Rotary Club of Cypress-Fairbanks, Michaelle Wormly, Ruby Jones, Renee Jones Coleman-Volunteer, Marilyn Farrell-Past President and Kevin Smith-Secretary.
Area Flooding Assistance District 5890 and 5910 Rotarians and families with specific needs arising from the widespread flooding may contact Wayne Beaumier (281-923-4085 / wbeaumier@att.net / Rotary Club of Cypress-Fairbanks) for disaster aid assistance. You also may phone 311 to report damage and/or ask for assistance, as well as the Southwest TX Flood Cleanup Hotline (1-800-451-1954) for help cleaning up homes or property only. The Southwest TX Flood Cleanup Hotline will share your information with local agencies, community leaders, and volunteer relief agencies but cannot guarantee assistance or timing. Medical emergencies should be reported to 911. For any other kind of help, please dial 211 for the menu of statewide services available, including benefits and help evacuating property.
Today's speaker was Michaelle Wormly, Executive Director of WOMAN, Inc., a non-profit Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) that creates affordable, transitional housing throughout Texas.  In addition to providing for housing needs, WOMAN Inc augments their work through the provision of supportive services for women of diverse ethnic backgrounds leaving abusive situations.  She spoke specifically about our upcoming mini-project for Beacon Place in Galveston.   We are collecting grocery & gasoline gift cards, office supplies and, of course, cash.  After the presentation of these items this Thursday afternoon at 1:00, a short landscape clean-up project will take place.  Please contact Marilyn Farrell at 281-352-5084 if you have donations or want to help.
One of our annual spring projects is preparing and serving lunch for approximately 800 clients, familes and guests of REACH Unlimited in Cypress, TX.  We thank all Rotarians and exchange students who participated and made it successful.
Club members and their families joined in the Northwest Houston Walk to End Alzheimer's held Saturday morning, September 26th.
Roy Wooten, Executive Director of Shield-Bearer Counseling Centers, spoke to us about the importance of fathers in their children's lives.  We presented him with a check representing the proceeds of our Father's Day brisket sale to continue his programs such as 'Throttling Up Into Fatherhood'.
 
Club President Marilyn Farrell presents Major David Feeser with the balance of our $1,000 commitment to the Salvation Army.
Our annual service project at Reach Unlimited was a great success.  We prepared, wrapped, sacked and distributed 600 barbecue sandwich lunches for the clients, family, guests and workers at the Reach Unlimited Go Fly a Kite Springfest.  Most activities were moved inside because of the rain, but it may for a cozy, fun atmosphere.  We are thankful to have an organization such as Reach working in our community for adults with disabilities.
 
 
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