Speaker Date Topic
Anne Buck Jan 24, 2022
His Will
His Will

My husband of 38 years and I have two grown sons. In June of 2009 I was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer. Thanks to excellent medical care at MD Anderson and my introduction into holistic anti-cancer strategies, I had no evidence of disease after 5 months. Twelve years later I remain in remission and have devoted my life to encouraging other cancer survivors.

In 2019, after a close family member revealed he struggled with a drug addiction, I was called to work tirelessly to help those who also struggle with drug and alcohol addiction. In 2020, His Will, LLC was born when I teamed up with a friend who shares my compassion for those who desperately need treatment but cannot afford it.

Last Monday - social at Ranger Golf Coarse Jan 31, 2022
starts at 6:30PM
starts at 6:30PM
Dr. Marcelo Cavazos Feb 07, 2022
Arlington ISD
Arlington ISD

Dr Cavazos will give us an update on the AISD.

David Grantham, PhD Feb 14, 2022
Consequences: An Intelligence Officer’s War
Consequences: An Intelligence Officer’s War

David is a veteran, law enforcement officer, and PhD/Senior Fellow and recently published Consequences: An Intelligence Officer's War - a story about his time as a counterintelligence officer in Iraq and Afghanistan. He will also present on how veterans today are using skills to enhance local security and discuss why we should be localizing national security issues.  Additionally David speaks on drug cartels, terrorism, intelligence, cyber security, and regional security issues.

 
Greg Meyer Feb 21, 2022
Officiating in the NFL
Officiating in the NFL

Greg Meyer is an American football official in the National Football League (NFL) since the 2002 NFL season. He wears uniform number 78. A graduate of Texas Christian University, he began his football officiating career in 1995 at the collegiate level, including at least three different bowl games. Seven years later, he joined the NFL officiating staff as a field judge, and the following year, he became a side judge, and has been at that position until 2016, when he became a back judge. He officiated a few NFL postseason games, including Super Bowl XLIV in Miami and the Minneapolis Miracle.

Meyer, who lives in Fort Worth, Texas, has a wife, Debby, a daughter, Morgan, and a son, Reid.

Rotary Social - Cocktails & Game Night Feb 28, 2022
Rotary 4 Way Speech Contest Mar 22, 2022
Last month - Dinner & Social Mar 28, 2022
Last Monday - Rotary Social Apr 25, 2022
Memorial Day - No meeting May 30, 2022
No Noon Meeting Jun 13, 2022
Flags go out for Flag Day 6-14
Change over Dinner - No Monday meeting Jun 27, 2022
No Noon Meeting Jul 04, 2022
Flags out July 2nd & Back in July 5th for 4th of July