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Mary Denton
 
Visit us at our meeting on ZOOM! https://us04web.zoom.us/j/2108469320
Hear ye! Hear Ye!  We will begin meeting again in person at Outback Steakhouse on March 31! Please contact
President John Legris or
Secretary Mary Denton
for more information. 
Rotary March Theme
Water & Sanitation

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Invite your friends to "the friendliest club in District 5840!"
GOALS OF OAK HILLS ROTARY CLUB
By Bruce Richter
 
FEED CHILDREN
HELP KEEP CHILDREN IN SCHOOL
SUPPORT MENTAL HEALTH CARE FOR CHILDREN
PROVIDE HIGHER EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES
SUPPORT VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR ADULTS
PARTICIPATE IN COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACTIVITIES
Executives & Directors
President
 
President Elect
 
Secretary
 
Treasurer
 
Vice President
 
Membership Chair
 
Member at Large
 
Immediate Past President
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Roger Thompson
April 3
 
Matt Sheehan
April 4
 
Anniversaries
Rick Tarbell
Lori Anne Tarbell
April 23
 
Stuart Dudley
Karan
April 23
 
Join Date
Stuart Dudley
April 1, 1991
30 years
 
Russell Hampton
ClubRunner
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Stories
Oak Hills Rotary Bulletin Mar 24, 2021
President John Legris welcomed guest (and soon to be inducted as new member) Kenneth Black, guest speaker Evelyn Garza of the City of San Antonio and club members to the "Friendliest Club in District 5840!"
 
Ken Donoughue led the group with a prayer and the pledges.
 
Very Special Meeting Next Week
President John shared that our newest prospective member, Kenneth Black, recently had a Fireside Chat with Membership Chair Ken Ruiz, Vice President Destiny Mujica and President John Legris.  Induction ceremony is anticipated to be during our next in person meeting at the Outback Steakhouse, March 31!  We also anticipate inducting members of our club as new Paul Harris Fellows! Treasurer Fred asks all Paul Harris Fellows to wear their medallion at the meeting next week.
 
As we all know, this has been an extremely challenging year with COVID social distancing restrictions and then there was the winter of all winters here in San Antonio and south Texas!  Through it all our club has remained strong with good attendance. Additionally, club members have reached out to one another to find out about any possible needs.  Let's make this next week's meeting a GREAT one!  For those of you who wish to remain socially distant you will still be able to join us virtually. Vice President Destiny Mujica will be in charge of the zoom feed.  Access to the zoom meeting will still be the same address until further notice:  https://us04web.zoom.us/j/2108469320
 
Notice:  Attendance will be taken. If you are attending virtually please send Secretary Mary a text or email so that your attendance will be counted. Text: 210-846-9320 or email: marydenton@kw.com
 
President John continues the tradition of announcing the National Days and this Day in History.
National Days
National Pay Day
National Cheesesteak Day - a tasty treat said to have been originated in Philadelphia, PA!
National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day - anything covered in chocolate can be considered healthful! 
 
This Day in TX history
1829 Ignacio Seguín Zaragoza, Mexican general and hero of Cinco de Mayo, was born on March 24, 1829. The holiday Cinco de Mayo is celebrated in observance of his military leadership forcing the withdrawal of the French troops from Puebla to Orizaba.  For more information go to:  Texas State Historical Association
1874 Harry Houdini was born
 
Texas quote, “There is a freedom you can feel the closer you get to Austin – the reason is Willie Nelson”
 
President John thanked Ken Donoughue for volunteering to offer a prayer the lead the group with the pledges for March.
Also "Thank You" to Derek Matthys for donating books that will be given in honor of our guest speakers to the Locke Hill Elementary School Library.
 
Thank you everyone your valuable participation!  We still need volunteers to do the prayer and pledge for future meetings.  Membership Chair Ken Ruiz volunteered to lead the group with a prayer and pledges for April.
 
Freds Funnies
True story: April Fool’s Day is approaching. When I was a young accountant one of our senior accountants came in asking me to call a phone number and ask for L. E. Font. I called the number and it was the San Antonio Zoo.  I asked for L. E. Font and was told he was not available but do you want to make a donation to the San Antonio Zoo?
 
Club Luncheon and Business Program
Vice President Destiny introduced Evelyn Garza of the City of San Antonio. Her topic today was "Putting together disaster kits in your home." Who has a plan for evacuation?
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Club Business
President Legris announced the good news that we will return to the Outback Steakhouse on March 31! The agenda will include the induction of Kenneth Black as our newest member. We will also induct two members as Paul Harris Fellows!  
 
Treasurer Fred Timmons is asking everyone who is a Paul Harris Fellow to please wear your Paul Harris medallion for this meeting.
 
District Annual Raffle
Treasurer Fred has the District Raffle Tickets supporting the Rotary Foundation. You may pick them up at his office. From the district website: "There will be 7 drawings and there will be 7 prepaid $1000 Frost Bank Cards for the prize. The third ticked drawn the prize will go to the seller of the ticket to give incentive to sell tickets."
 
Click HERE for more information!
 
Board to Meet
The next Club Board Meeting will be March 25 at 11 am. This will be a zoom meeting. All club members are welcome, however President Legris requests that all non board attendees listen only since there will be a full agenda.  Any members who have a request or concern for the board should contact President Legris.  His email address is:  legris@sbcglobal.net
 
Club Members Volunteer!
Membership Chair Ken Ruiz volunteered to do the prayer and the pledges for the month of April.
 
Coffee Perks
President John, Bruce Richter and Secretary Mary Denton met at Starbucks on Medical Dr. for coffee recently.
 
District 5840 News
Just in case you may missed the last Town Hall Meeting with Dr. Sylvia Whitlock, please watch and hear her inspiring story!  She made news because she was the first female Rotarian.
 
For all the latest news in District 5840 please click HERE!
Four Way Test
President Legris closed the meeting and led the club with reciting the Four Way Test.