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Bulletin Editor
Jimmy Hutto
May 31, 2023
Citizenship Awards Program
Jun 07, 2023
Kerrville ISD
Jun 14, 2023
The New Schreiner University Banking Program
Jun 21, 2023
Legislative Update
Jun 28, 2023
Rotary Year in Review
Jul 05, 2023
The New Rotary Year
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Upcoming Events
New Member Orientation (In-Person)
Kroc Center Dining Room
Jun 07, 2023 11:00 AM
Satellite Rotary Meeting
Security State Bank & Trust
Jun 08, 2023
5:15 PM - 6:30 PM
Board Meeting
SouthStar Bank
Jun 13, 2023 11:00 AM
New Member Orientation by ZOOM
Jun 21, 2023 4:00 PM
New Member Orientation (In-Person)
Kroc Center Dining Room
Jul 05, 2023 11:00 AM
Board Meeting
SouthStar Bank
Jul 11, 2023 11:00 AM
Satellite Rotary Meeting
Security State Bank & Trust
Jul 13, 2023
5:15 PM - 6:30 PM
New Member Orientation by ZOOM
Jul 19, 2023 4:00 PM
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Club Information
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Kerrville!
Service Above Self
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
The Kerrville Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center
201 Holdsworth Drive
Kerrville, TX 78028
United States of America
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Kerrville City Manager E.A. Hoppe
City of Kerrville E.A. Hoppe provided the program last Wednesday, and updated us on current topics of interest. E.A.'s family has been in the Texas Hill Country for seven generations, so he feels right at home in Kerrville.
There are many challenges that our area faces, and managed growth is a topic that the city often discusses. The Kerrville 2050 Comprehensive Plan is a set of goals and vision to guide decision making over the next few decades. It was developed with input from a diverse group of citizens, and this plan is referred to constantly to shape the future development of Kerrville.
Texas is seeing significant growth, with about 230,000 people moving here every year. For reference, that's about the population of Lubbock added to the state each year.
Public Safety is a large part of the city's responsibility each year, with over 50% of  the city's budget allocated to police, fire and EMS workers, and similar departments.
Public Works is also important, keeping our roads and infrastructure safe and reliable for residents and visitors alike.   Kerrville is a regional hub for 9 counties, and our population swells to about 50,000 during the day. Maintaining an adequate water supply is critical, and strategic planning has been put Kerrville in a good position with the Water Reuse Facility and the Aquifer Storage and recovery systems.
The Parks and Recreation department stays busy managing and planning our resources for a good quality of life, and positive economic impact. Amenities include the Kerrville Sports Complex, Tennis Center, Kerrville Schreiner Golf course (which turned 100 years old recently), Community Festivals, the River Trail and Kerrville Schreiner Park.
Planning and Development is an ongoing process in the area. Challenges include providing housing for local workers, staff for businesses and day care for families. The city's codes are being reviewed and updated, and Kerrville's downtown area is becoming more vibrant, with new businesses moving into the city's core. 
George's Song and Pledge
George Eychner led us in the When Irish eyes are smiling.
Rotary News you can Use
The Josh the Otter water safety program for elementary age kids is gearing up for visits to area schools in May. If you would like to help, contact Dave Rittenhouse:

The Veterans Breakfast will be held April 7.
The First Responders fundraiser Golf Tournament will be April 10th, and the luncheon honoring the First Responders will be the following Wednesday April 12th.
Highway Cleanup April 15th meet at Talley. Meet @ 7:00 then trash pickup from 7:30 - 9:00
District Raffle Tickets are available from Kristi Shepherd.
Guadalupe River Trash Clean up is scheduled for July 22.
Upcoming programs:
Carolyn Northcutt
Mar 29, 2023
Christian Women's Job Corp
Jane Ragsdale and Kristy
Apr 05, 2023
Guatamala Update
First Responders
Apr 12, 2023
Awards Luncheon
Marta Diffen
Apr 19, 2023
Club Update
Apr 26, 2023
Rotary Club
May 03, 2023
Club Picnic
Special Rotarians
President Marta thanked the members Wynita Yancy, E A Hoppe, and Austin Dickson.
For working on strategies to strengthen our club's support of Rotary Foundation
Families in Rotary
Jimmy Hutto will have heart surgery on March 20th. He will have the 
Watchman installed. Pray for Jimmy & Bekki.
Once this has healed I will be of blood Thinners for ever. And my risk of stroke goes down 90%

Rotary Foundation Tidbit

There’s a reason Rotarians donate to The Rotary Foundation: It’s a simple way to achieve your philanthropic goals – whether it’s supporting clean water, the eradication of polio, or a particular global grant. Any gift can be donated to a specific fund – End Polio Now, an individual global grant, or one of Rotary’s areas of focus. Even the smallest of gifts can be donated to a specific fund – a global grant, polio, or an area of focus within the World Fund.


Doug Whinnery

Rotary Days of Service
Charlie Chipman Mar 22, 2023
Commercial Vehicle Collison Investigation
Open Mar 29, 2023 
Open Apr 05, 2023 
First Responders Apr 12, 2023
Awards Luncheon
Wine is Fine
John Forister was wearing his Rotary pin when his name was called, so he won a bottle of wine.


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contribute to the club on your own schedule. Contact Jimmy HuttoDavid Martin, or Sue Whinnery.

Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Lloyd Painter
May 1
Bret Ford
May 4
E. A. Hoppe
May 6
John Lang
May 8
Sue Whinnery
May 13
Amber Thomason
May 15
Ingrid Painter
May 17
Robin Miears
May 18
Cecil Atkission
May 21
Neill Masterson
May 22
Wynita Yancy
May 24
Clint Morse
May 26
Gabriel Alonso
May 26
Gregg Appel
May 28
Spouse Birthdays
Viv morse
May 6
Sue Whinnery
May 13
May 26
Charlie McIlvain
May 5
Stephanie Miller
Cris Miller
May 14
Barry Cannon
Diana Cannon #93
May 20
Wynita Yancy
May 24
Brian Bowers
Barb Bowers
May 25
Judy Eychner
George Eychner #25
May 29
David Martin
Cathy Carleton Martin
May 30
Richard Eastland
May 30
Join Date
Stockton Williams
May 1, 2002
21 years
Arthur Bell
May 7, 2008
15 years
Kenneth Early
May 7, 2008
15 years
Dennis Glenewinkel
May 8, 1991
32 years
Lois Schlieter
May 12, 2008
15 years
Mary Rohrer
May 15, 2019
4 years
Rosalie Reast
May 20, 2015
8 years
Chuck Coleman
May 24, 2006
17 years
Tammy Prout
May 24, 2006
17 years
Michelle McGinnis
May 25, 2005
18 years
Leslie Wells Rambin
May 29, 2007
16 years

Contact The Rotary Club of Kerrville

Club Administrator:
Kristy Vandenberg, (713) 397-6176