Have a Talent or Knowledge to Share? Pilot Knob Rotary Club Wants to Hear from You!

Robson Ranch resident and Rotarian Jack Kearney pedals towards his goal to eradicate polio.

Robson Ranch resident and Rotarian Jack Kearney pedals towards his goal to eradicate polio.

Karen McDaniels

Being a Rotarian means being a part of a 115-year-old organization that meets the needs of people where they live through Rotary Clubs in their communities.

It’s been a busy fall at Pilot Knob Rotary Club. Members turned out for the Rotary International annual End Polio Now event with a Pedaling For Polio Challenge on Oct. 24. Each year, Rotarians raise $50 million to eradicate polio worldwide. Since 1985 more than $2.1 billion has been raised, and more than 2.5 billion children have been vaccinated.

On Oct. 30, we had our first Halloween social event at The Wildhorse Grill. Costumes were optional, but the comradery flowed like cocktails.

Veterans Day was celebrated with speaker, Lillian McLucas, a veteran who survived two tours in Iraq as a combat medic.

Mark your calendars for Jan. 30, 2021, when Pilot Knob Rotary, in partnership with Carter Blood Care, will hold its first blood drive from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the parking lot of the Robson Ranch Clubhouse.

Each Friday we have local speakers that share information on world affairs, local charities, and businesses, and ways that, as Rotarians, we can support the greater Denton/Argyle/Northlake communities. We’re looking for like-minded public and private individuals who are interested in sharing their knowledge and interests with us. Please reach out to us at 512-577-6149 if you would like to be a speaker.

Pilot Knob Rotary Club meets every Friday from noon to 1 p.m., at The Wildhorse Grill at Robson Ranch. Visitors are always welcome. Contact us at info@pilotknobrotary.com or call 512-577-6149 to reserve your spot.

Follow us on Facebook (Pilot Knob Rotary) to see our upcoming speakers and events.

We look forward to seeing you soon!