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Welcome to "The Little Club That Can"...and Does!
Lake Conroe
Club #30545 District #5910 Chartered Jan 27,1995
Thursday at 7 a.m. - Breakfast begins at 6:45 a.m.
Hodge Podge Lodge
300 Prairie Street
MAILING: P.O.Box 1252 Montgomery, TX 77356
Montgomery, TX  77356
United States
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Rotary Notes May 10, 2018
 
Good News
Mike McDougal - Grandson, Travis - was in a baseball tournament in Rockwall
 
Mike Berger - Leaves tomorrow for Africa for a couple of weeks for a hunting trip
 
Rick Adams - Thank you to Hodge Podge Lodge for the chapter in Rotary for hosting our morning breakfast meetings and daughter has graduated from Texas A&M
 
Alfred Anderson - Scholar Athlete Banquet is May 16th
 
Victoria Edwards - Chance received an award for Girl Coach of the Year!
 
Committee Reports
 
Next Board Meeting is under Pam's Presidency - at Jeremy's office 8am June 12th
 
Los Compadres was a success and alot of fun - thanks to all who helped and contributed
 
All are invited to Baby Shower for Jeremy to welcome baby Leo on May 31st at B52's 6pm
 
Roz announced the Foster Care Books were a huge success and very much appreciated - waiting for more to be printed
 
Peggy announced the Athlete Banquet on May 16th
 
Don invited everyone to a work day on Saturday at Memory Park
 
Mike announced -0- cases for Polio this week
 
Rick announced the girl receiving the scholarship was very excited
 
Our Speaker Today
 
Kirby Lammers

Champions Kids Camp was founded in 2001 by Singer/Songwriters, Bill & Kim Nash, in honor of their oldest son, Billy, who survived childhood Leukemia.  Through a week-long camp, children between the ages of 8 and 12 are able to heal from the “emotional scarring” they have experienced in their young lives.

Over the years, CKC has helped thousands of children to move past their trauma, which gives them improved self-esteem & social skills, reduced fear and anxiety, higher grades in school, and the tools to become a productive part of our community.

The main objective at camp is to help instill a sense of pride in every child and let them know that they’re not victims, they’re survivors, and therefore, Champions!

Champions Kids Camp provides a week-long summer camp for children, ages 8-12, who are survivors of a traumatic experience in their lives. The main objective at camp is to help instill a sense of pride in every child and let them know that they’re not victims, they’re survivors, and therefore, Champions! We accept these precious kids at no-cost to their families  and have grown from 35 campers in our first year, to well over the 200 mark in 2017 alone!
 
In December, we also host a Christmas Party to provide want and need items for each of our campers from the wish lists they fill out over the summer. Many of these kids come to us requesting school supplies, shoes, and warm winter clothes and we do our absolute best to fulfill these items. For some of these kids, this is the only Christmas celebration they will get to have. Like camp, this party is made possible by wonderful donors like you!
 
 
MEETING SPEAKERS:
Jul 19, 2018
Discuss Club Goals for 2018-2019
Jul 26, 2018
District Governor
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