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Denton-Lake Cities

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
Oakmont Country Club
1901 Oakmont Dr
Corinth, TX 76210
United States of America
Upcoming Events
Equador Medical Clinics
Equador Medical Clinics
Jun 06, 2023
City of Corinth
Jun 13, 2023
Jun 20, 2023
due to Annual Banquet
Jun 27, 2023
Vocational Service
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Photo Albums
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Brian Glenn
Dec 16, 2022
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Aug 29, 2022
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John Smyers
Apr 25, 2022
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May 27, 2022
Home Page Stories
Kevin Christ, President of the Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club, with the help of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will be taking donated athletic equipment to the Dominican Republic, Cuba and Costa Rica.
The FCA is an interdenominational non-profit organization dedicated to challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college and high school and junior high levels to use the powerful platform of sport to unite, inspire and change the world thru the gospel. For more information visit fca@fca.org
It's that time of year again when the Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club puts out flags for their Flag Program.
Founded in 1992, with approximately 150 subscribers, the Flag Program is currently the Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Clubs’ largest fundraiser. In 2021 the club planted more than 468 flags at commercial locations and at over 2000 residential. 
A member of the Denton - Lake Cities morning club, he was a tremendous advocate for the Uganda Radiology Project.
With the help of a Rotary Foundation 200K Global Grant, and funds matched by 9 Rotary Clubs, Herman traveled to the Batwa Community of Uganda to accompany the delivery, setup and calibration of the 4 ICU beds, portable Xray machines, monitors and teleradiology equipment.
David Becker and Gene Davenport with the Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club were out distributing dictionaries this week to the third graders at the 2 Krum DISD elementary schools.
For many children, this is the first book they have ever owned. This year the DLCRC distributed 2700 dictionaries to 25 schools in Denton, 2 in Sanger, 3 in Argyle, 3 in Lake Dallas and 2 in Krum.
Introduced by member Gene Davenport (Left), Larry provided and excellent presentarion on Texas' newest lake, Lake Ralph Hall.
Lake Ralph Hall will be one of the state’s biggest water projects in the last 30 years.
Named after the longtime US Congressman Ralph Hall from Rockwall, the reservoir will be located on the North Sulphur River in Southeast Fannin County. The project is being built by Upper Trinity Regional Water District (UTRWD) and will provide crucial water for an area whose population is projected to increase nearly five-fold in the next 50 years
The Salvation Army Curbside Carolers played for the Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club breakfast.
In addition to their band, they gave us some insight into their organization and the service work they do.
The Salvation Army was founded in the U.K. in 1865 by William Booth as a volunteer "army" formed to do mission work - their motto was "Soup, Soap and Salvation". The "Red Kettle" project, which you see every Christmas time, was started in 1891 to help feed the poor. They became a presence in the U.S. in 1880 and in 1889 they came to Dallas.
Known as "Tony" to his new Rotary friends, Angel Magana was inducted as a member at our November 22nd meeting.
Tony, who has already started serving with fellow Rotary members in our Dictionary project, works at the Gary Peppers State Farm Insurance agency in Corinth, Texas. Welcome Tony!
The Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club sponsored Fred Moore High School Interact Club assembled over 70 "survival kits" for the homeless. 
Stephanie Cooper and members of the Fred Moore High School Interact Club assembled over 70 "survival kits" for the homeless. The Interact Club is Fred Moore High School's student services organization. Club members meet weekly to work on community service projects. The annual goal is to complete 3 major service projects per school year. Thank you for your service to the community!
Every fall, for the last 22 years, the Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club hands out a dictionary to third graders at schools throughout the Denton County area.
This year we are distributing 2700 dictionaries to the 3rd-grade classes in 25 schools in Denton ISD, 2 in Sanger, 3 in Argyle, 3 in Lake Dallas, and 2 in Krum. Pat Smith, DLCRC Community Service Chair, and Cathy Henderson, Youth Services organized the team to put the Rotary stickers in every dictionary. The stickers identify the dictionary as a gift from the Denton Lake-Cities Rotary Club.
This award, for Rotary year 2019-2020 was awarded in recognition of our generous Rotary members. For year 2019-2020, Denton-Lake Cities Rotarians had the highest per capita giving of the 67 clubs in Rotary District 5790.
The award was given at the November 5th Denim and Pearls Gala in Granbury, Texas. The Gala is an annual event to fundraise for The Rotary Foundation. 
Flanked by David Mays, Lieutenant SRO Commander Denton Police Dept., DISD Safety and Security Director and Derek Bradford, SRO Sergeant Denton Police Dept. Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club president dedicated our October 4th meeting to School Safety.
A Student Resource Officer, SRO, provides safety, security, mentorship, education, and prevention to DISD students, and has a dual role assisting both the city and the district. They conduct field trips, plan service projects for students, introduction classes to the different trades they pursue as a career, and also camping trips! Every middle and high school campus has at least one police officer assigned full-time. 
One of the Denton-Lake City Rotary member favorite projects is the Dictionary Program.
Every fall, for the last 22 years, the Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club hands out a dictionary to third graders. This year we are distributing 2700 dictionaries to the 3rd-grade classes in 25 schools in Denton ISD, 2 in Sanger, 3 in Argyle, 3 in Lake Dallas, and 2 in Krum. Pat Smith, DLCRC Community Service Chair, and Cathy Henderson, Youth Services organized the team to put the Rotary stickers in every dictionary. The stickers identify the dictionary as a gift from the Denton Lake-Cities Rotary Club.
The Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club delivered the 2nd of 5 Buddy Benches to Ginnings Elementary in Denton.  
For 2 years the DLCRC collected 1000 lbs of plastic bottle caps. 96 volunteer hours were spent cleaning and sorting, and 120 man hours traveled to deliver the bottle caps and pick up the 5 buddy benches. This project describes perfectly what our membership is about...making the world a better place of our kids while improving our environment.
If you want to learn more about our service work, spend some time on our website at www.dentonlakecitiesrotary.com or come for breakfast! We meet every Tuesday morning at the Oakmont Country Club, Corinth TX.
New member Daan Berg was inducted as a member of the Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club on September 20th.
Daan is from the Netherlands. He moved to America having met the love of his life (that lives in the Denton area) through an international bible study .
Welcome Daan to the Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club! Welcome to America! Welcome to Texas! We look forward to working with you at our various community service projects done throughout the year.
Rotary International President (2021-2022) recognized the Rotary Club of Denton-Lake Cities with the prestigious Rotary Citation.
In Rotary District 5790, only 19 clubs were selected for this award. The Rotary Citation awards recognize the hard work clubs do throughout the year. Taking action toward achieving the citation goals helps clubs engage their members, stay relevant in their communities, and run more efficiently. A welcoming and engaging club also reflects the values of Rotary. When clubs achieve citation goals, they contribute to the overall health and culture of Rotary for generations to come.
Members of the Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club welcomed Brian Searcy Col (RET) USAF with The Paratus Group as Guest Speaker at Sept 9th meeting
Brian is with The Paratus Group. Their mission is to educate, train, and equip individuals through a unique learning opportunity the ability to learn and develop situational awareness, empowering them to be prepared to prevent bad events from happening, and to be prepared to make critical life and death decisions if required to respond to one of today's threats.
The Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club is very committed to serving their community but they also love to take time together to enjoy each other's company.
This month's social event was bowling at Bowlero. Great turn out and lots of fun!
Grady demonstrates his "Striking" form - click the image above to see the great photos taken at the event.
To learn more about Rotary and our mission to provide service to others go to https://dentonlakecitiesrotary.com
The Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Breakfast Club was pleased to present Jen Moore, Development Director and Ministry Engagement for Direction 61:3 Denton, with a donation.
DIRECTION 61:3 is a faith-based organization purposed with helping youth transition from foster care into society as thriving adults. Their mission is to walk alongside older foster and aged out youth to provide a network of support as they transition to become vibrantly independent young adults.
Our Rotary Club has a long history of supporting the Rotary International 35 plus year initiative to End Polio worldwide. Because of generous members like ours the CDC reports that only two polio endemic countries remain, Afghanistan and Pakistan. 
During the past Rotary year of 2021-2022 our Rotary members raised over $4000 in support of End Polio Now.

What is polio?

Polio, or poliomyelitis, is a paralyzing and potentially deadly infectious disease that most commonly affects children under the age of 5. The virus spreads from person to person, typically through contaminated water. It can then attack the nervous system.

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Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club motto:
Small enough to Care, Big Enough to Make a Difference
Rotary is the world's oldest service club organization and our club (one of over 32,000 clubs worldwide) and its members are committed to service in the Denton, Corinth, Hickory Creek, Lake Cities and Shady Shores communities and internationally through various programs including those supporting our vocations and our youth. Rotary is a global network of 1.4 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.