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June 5
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June 18
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June 21
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June 27
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June 29
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June 7
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June 21
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Chance Edwards
June 23
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Lorrie Parker
June 1, 1996
21 years
Jack Yates
June 4, 2015
2 years
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The Wave Online - Vol 2, No 41
For the week of June 19, 2017
The Rotary Club of Lake Conroe 
Thursday Breakfast begins at 6:45 a.m.

Meeting begins at 7 a.m.
Walden Yacht Club
13101 Melville Dr
Montgomery, TX 77356
Overlooking Beautiful Lake Conroe & 
           The Rotary Friendship Bridge


June 22nd

CLUB ASSEMBLY - Our last breakfast meeting of the year! 

June 15th
Club Announcements
- We have two new prospective member applications – Bethany and Janko. They have visited our club several times.  Both were approved by the board at the June meeting. Based on the club bylaws – I am required to read their names at least 1 week before they are inducting. They will be inducted in July during Victoria’s year!
- Next board meeting is going to be July 11th. The meeting will be at 8AM at Jeremy’s office on 105. This is the 1st board meeting of Victoria’s year.
- June 29th – no morning meeting. The installation banquet will be in the evening.  The banquet will be held at Sandy Miller’s house in Walden. The address is 11706 Edgewater Court. Bar will be from about 6 – 6:30PM. Followed by the dinner and program from 6:30 – 8PM. Casual dress
- The Linda Ricketts scholarship presentation will be held on June 16th at 8:30AM. The location is the George and Cynthia Mitchell Branch Library in The Woodlands, TX. The award will be given to Karen Hiarker who is a Montgomery County Memorial Library System Reference Assistant. She is working towards her Graduate Degree in Library Science.   
- Burn Your Buns is coming up on July 4th – Kris McBride is chairing the event this year. The event benefits Bridgewood Farms. They are working toward raising funds to build a residence building on the property. Please volunteer the day of the event for a couple of hours. They need help with registration which is from 5:30AM – 7AM. They also need help with lunch set up and serving from 10AM – 2PM. There will be a sign up sheet that is passed around next week. Please contact Kris if you plan to help with the event.
Committee Reports
- Admin – Daniela (none)
- Public Image – Deanna (none)
- New Generations – Rick / Monica (none)
- Doris / Randall – Youth Exchange (none)
- Service – Jan   (none)
- Foundation – Gary – The Rotary International Convention in Atlanta had a birthday party for the Rotary Foundation celebrating 100 years! Also, RCLC will be giving out major donor awards at the installation banquet.
- Polio – Mike – There have only been 5 cases of Polio in the last 10 weeks. We are very close to ending the disease!
- Memory Park- Gary or Don  (none)
- Membership – Shanon  (none)
Program: Non-Rotarian of the year Award was presented to Terri Jaggers by Gary and Janet Milleson. The Non – Rotarian of the year award is recognition given to a local citizen who in not a member of a Rotary Club, but has a rotary heart. Paul Harris established the Rotary International in 1905 by combing fellowship and service. A quote by Paul Harris states, “If you have the love of your fellow man in your heart, my friends, you are a potential Rotarian.”
Terri Jaggers was Sam Houston State University’s 1st MA in Communication Studies graduate in 2010 completing her thesis entitled Socio-Psychological Benefits of Storytelling Among Foster Families. Her natural leadership and professional experience led her to become a Clinical Asst. Professor and Director of Internships for SHSU’s Communication Studies Department. As a well-respected community leader, Terri is considered one of Texas’ leading experts in our state’s foster care system. She and her husband Pat have fostered 25 children in which 5 of them became permanently “Jaggers” through kinship and adoption. Terri is currently the Executive Director of Hope’s Path, a premier program that helps foster alumni who have aged out of the system successfully launch into sustainable independent lives. In addition, she is currently serving as the President of two key organizations that effectuate change in our foster care system: Montgomery County Child Welfare/CPS; and Orphan Care Solutions of Texas. In 2015, Terri was presented the “Lifetime Legacy Award” by Texas DFPS and was nominated into the Texas Woman’s Hall of Fame by Governor Rick Perry for her leadership in community collaborations; specifically, for the collaborative and bridging efforts of our community’s foster care stakeholders, private sector, and the faith based community.
Terri was presented the award along with a $400 to her charity, Hope’s Path. Terri gave an update on the child care system and her fight to continue to improve conditions for children.
Bulletin Editor
Kris Nordstrom McBride
The Rotary news column "A Rotary Moment"  appears in The Courier of Montgomery County each week - usually Sunday or Monday - with news about what is happening in the world of Rotary for all clubs in Montgomery County, plus our Rotary District 5910 and Rotary International. Pick up a copy of The Courier or read the column online at or on their Facebook page. If you have news or photos you would like added to the column, please contact Kris at Working with The Courier Staff and a representative from each club in the area, Kris began this column in 2002 as her service project to increase the visibility of Rotary in our communities.