Welcome to Rotary District 5790 composed of 70 vibrant Clubs across the
North Central Plains area of Texas.
Welcome to the Rotary District 5790 Website. One of the purposes of this website is to be a resource for the Rotary club members in Rotary District 5790. Here, members will be able to learn about our training programs and all the district committees assembled to support the efforts of our 70 vibrant Clubs. Members can register for the various district training seminars, fundraisers and celebrations.
Are you a visitor that is not a member of Rotary? A secondary purpose for this website is to provide information about Rotary International, the values of Rotary membership and the many ways Rotary members serve in their their communities and around the world. 
Rotary is the world's oldest service club organization and Rotary club members are committed to service in their communities and internationally through various programs including those supporting supporting our vocations and our youth.  Please explore this website to find out more about us and what we do.  If you are considering joining one of the Rotary clubs in North Central Texas, we would encourage you attend one the club meetings in your community or the community where you work. Just click "Club Contacts" in the menu bar to find a club near you. By clicking the "i" next to the club presidents name, you can send an e-mail to the president who will be delighted to hear from you and answer any questions.
Meet District Governor Chris McLucas
Christopher J McLucas and wife Heather
The theme for 2017-2018 is the most simplistic theme in years to tell the world exactly what we as Rotarians in our clubs in concert with the Rotary International organization do in the world.
Last February, while at PETs each club president was provided with several changes to the manner and method by which Rotary Clubs can operate to work to increase and retain Membership. These times are exciting for Rotary members as each clubs leadership will be redesigning their clubs operating policies in order to improve the membership experience in their club while executing the same Service Above Self community service projects each club has become known to deliver. The key here is flexibility. Clubs will be designing club experiences that meet their community and member culture.
Improvements will also occur in the Rotaract, Interact and EarlyAct experience with these Rotarians of the future taking an active roll in each Rotary clubs experience.
From Heathers perspective, “the Earlyact program in Rotary a fantastic program and has the potential of spreading the word about Rotary to people that may never have known about Rotary”. Heather plans to work with clubs throughout the district to establish Earlyact Clubs in District 5790 during the 2017-2018 year.
Both of us look forward to a wonderful year.
September is Basic Education & Literacy Month
District Stories
Memo to all District 5790 Rotary Club members dated Aug 28, 2017, from District Governor Chris McLucas; 
I am looking to compile a list of possible housing solutions for our Rotarian friends affected by the hurricane.  If you are able to assist with providing a room for fellow Rotarians please email me the following information ASAP.
Rotary Club
Number of spaces you can provide
I am working with my classmates in order to coordinate assistance for their District. As we move into this week lets most certainly strive to achieve Rotary: Making A Difference.
Yours in Rotary Making A Difference
Christopher J McLucas
District Governor 5790
In addition, here are some other opportunities to make a difference offered by nearby Rotary Districts:
State Representative from District 64, Dr Lynn Stucky and area State Representatives' donation drive.  Champions members Dr Stucky in green, Gary Henderson and Lyle Dresher.   Numerous other Champions members and friends donated supplies.   They intend to fill an 18-wheeler to take down to a designated area arranged by disaster relief agencies.
We are a People of Action.
Generally speaking, Rotary club members do a great job of making non-Rotarian guests feel welcome when they attend our meetings. But, what happens when those guests leave? Do you record the guests name and contact information? If you do, does someone follow-up with that guest? What is your clubs procedure?
Rotary Club presidents and their leadership have completed their strategic plan update for the coming year. For most, membership growth is at the top of the list that club membership committees will be addressing throughout the remainder of the year. The District 5790 Membership Committee has identified specific activities that successful clubs can adopt to achieve their goals.
The District 5790 Awards & Membership Committees have used many of these specific activities to design the 2017-2018 District 5790 Membership Awards Submission form. Club membership committees may wish to download a PDF copy of the 2017-2018 District 5790 Membership Awards Submission form and it to establish membership milestones and goals for 2017-2018.
This picture, from DRC, an adult has her pinkie finger marked as vaccinated.  In areas where vaccination has been lacking for some time, adults as well as children are vaccinated for Polio.       
The Gates Foundation is matching all Rotarian Raised Polio Donations $2 for each $1 Contributed (Up to $50 Mil/Yr.)
Our Rotary-wide 2017-18 Rotary Year Polio Fundraising Goal is $50 Million + the $2 for $1 Gates Foundation Match
Our Goal is Global Polio Eradication!
What is your Rotary Club celebrating End Polio Day?
For ideas, click here.
Does your clubs strategic plan include the identification and training of future club and perhaps district leaders? Then this program is ideal for those up-and-coming leaders. This 2 day seminar will not only prepare them to be better Rotary leaders but will provide them tools that will advance their careers as well. Your clubs future leaders can register now by hovering your pointer on the image below, clicking and following prompts. At a mere $150 plus the cost of hotel fees, this training is a bargain.
September 2017
The 2017-2018 District Governor's Information Corner
In order for the incoming 2017-2018 President's to begin planning the 2017-2018 meetings, the 2017-18 District Governor Visit Schedule (sorted by club name) has been released by District Governor Elect Chris McLucas. Any questions regarding the schedule, should be directed to DGE Chris McLucas. The following updated 2017-18 District Governor Visit Schedule (sorted by date) can be downloaded for your reference.
The District Governor is also assisting clubs throughout the district with their membership efforts by sending persannally signed letters to guests who attend Rotary Club meetings. To arrange for letters to be sent to your clubs meeting guests, send an e-mail with all the guest contact information including mailing address and e-mail address to  Gale.Vavrus@psstitle.com and to DistirctGovernor1718@yahoo.com 
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We are actively seeking DFW area Sponsors for this event that takes place during Lewisville Western Days and draws over 25,000 visitors to our city.
Several different sponsor opportunities available, some of which include Vendor Booths to display play products and giveaways during the Car Show. Booths located in a prime location within Car Show Vendor area venue. For more info click here.
Five years since its debut, Rotary Club Central is getting a big upgrade
When we introduced Rotary Club Central in 2012, it revolutionized goal tracking and planning for clubs and districts — no more filling out paper club-planning forms or passing along boxes of historical club information every time a new leader took office. Rotary Club Central offered clubs and districts a quantifiable way to begin measuring local and global impact, specifically membership initiatives, service activities, and Rotary Foundation giving. But as with any technological advancement, in a few short years, Rotary Club Central began to show its age, and Rotarians took notice. They...
Rotary International Board adopts new zone structure
At its January 2017 meeting, the Rotary International Board of Directors adopted a new zone structure for Rotary clubs. Rotary bylaws require the Board to complete a comprehensive review of the 34 Rotary zones no less often than every eight years to ensure that each zone has an approximately equal number of Rotarians. The Board’s previous review of the zones occurred in 2008. The Board earlier approved the creation of three regional workgroups to develop rezoning proposals for Asia, Europe/Africa, and the Americas. These workgroups comprised one representative (either a current director,...
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                    From the Denton RC - a Video of RYLA Students doing 4 Way Test Skit        From the Lewisville Morning RC - a video of their HHW Project                                      
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