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Fair Oaks Ranch

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Fair Oaks Ranch Golf & Country Club
7900 Fair Oaks Pkwy
Ballroom or Main Dining Room
Fair Oaks Ranch, TX  78015
United States of America
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Working collaboratively with other Texas Districts (5870, 5810, 5930 and 5850), the Rotary Action Group Against Human Trafficking, and the Rotary END HT network currently engaged across several states and Canada to adapt an infrastructure to support the long term goal of ending human trafficking through increasing awareness, providing education to youth, establishing options for vulnerable individuals to prevent them from becoming victims, and reducing the demand.
Learn how you can take action, raise awareness, empower youth, and much more by visiting the website at:
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Congrats Jim!!!
The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation. Rotary established the recognition in 1957 to encourage and show appreciation for substantial contributions to what was then the Foundation’s only program, Rotary Foundation Fellowships for Advanced Study, the precursor to Ambassadorial Scholarships.
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Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch assisted the Christian Men of Boerne at the Kendall County Fairgrounds with the turkey give away. We are always happy to volunteer for our community!!  @RotaryDistrict5840  #RotaryDistrict5840
Rey de la Fuente, President of the Boerne Police Foundation, spoke to Fair Oaks Ranch Rotary members during the Club’s weekly luncheon August 11th at the Fair Oaks Ranch Golf & Country Club. Rey explained the Foundation, founded in 2015, focuses on increasing community awareness and support for the Boerne Police and assists those officers who contribute to making the local area a safe place. T
he non-profit organization provides support through grant funding to enhance police and community relations, public safety, training, specialized equipment, and neighborhood engagement programs. The Foundation can oftentimes provide resources that are not available via the budgetary process and accelerate programs that otherwise might take years to implement. More information about the BPF can be found at its website, .
Eleven volunteers representing The Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch help Boerne ISD stage their 1st Resource Rally on July 31st for new and disadvantaged students entering school for the new Fall term.
It’s official!  The Rotary Satellite E-Club of District 5840 to Combat Human Trafficking is now a real thing > formed to focus on this critical humanitarian issued faced by so many around the world.  The club membership will be led by Jo Ann Browne and sponsored by the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch.”  @RotaryDistrict5840 #HaltCaptivity
Fair Oaks Ranch Installs
Greg Maxton as New President
The Fair Oaks Ranch Club held its annual Installation Dinner on June 23rd at The Bevy Hotel in Boerne. Greg Maxton was sworn in by Past District Governor Kathy Hubbard as the new President for the 2021-22 term.  Greg Buschmann will serve in the role of President-Elect and Ron Hubbard as President-Nominee. Maxton succeeds Addae Kraba as leader for the Club. Interestingly, in May Greg was elected as the Mayor of the City of Fair Oaks Ranch succeeding fellow Rotarian Garry Manitzas.  Garry served as Mayor from 2016 to 2021.
Five Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch Career & Technical Education Scholarships of $2000 each were awarded in May to graduating seniors in the BISD.  The recipients included:
  • Ashlyn Murrah (Boerne HS) - Abilene Christian - Business Management
  • Piper Adamson (Champion HS) - Texas A&M - Graphic Design
  • Allyson Evans (Champion HS) - Baylor - Business Administration
  • Mackenzie Meyer (Champion HS) - Texas Christian University - Biology
  • Jordan Smajstrla (Champion HS) - Savannah College of Art & Design - Art Animation
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Champion HS award presentation: L to R: Club President Addae Kraba, Piper Adamson, Allyson Evans, MacKenzie Meyer, and Jordan
Boerne Champion High School seniors Daniel Stripling & Will Williamson presented their award-winning Entrepreneurship Incubator Pitch presentation to The Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch weekly luncheon on May 19th.
The duo’s presentation, which described a golf-related “Dropaball” class project they developed, earned them 1st place and  $7000 from the BISD. They also placed 4th in state competition held at Texas A&M and another $1500.  Their winnings will be used to patent, manufacture and market their product.  @RotaryDistrict5840  #RotaryDistrict5840
District Rotary Foundation Chair Jerry Hardy recognized Fair Oaks Ranch Club Rotarians Ron & Kathy Hubbard as Level II Major Donors in a ceremony during the Club’s May 19, 2021, luncheon meeting.  Kathy has been a past President of the Fair Oaks Ranch and Boerne Noon clubs as well as District Governor (’18-’19), among other positions.  She currently serves as District New Club Champion.  Ron Has been a member of the District 5840 Passport Club and now the Fair Oaks Ranch Club.  @RotaryDistrict5840  #RotaryDistrict5840
Rotarians having fun celebrating Cinco De Mayo!  Would you like to be part of a group that gives back to your community and builds lasting friendships at the same time?  Join us for our weekly meeting at the Fair Oaks Ranch Country Club every Wednesday at noon.
The Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch was thrilled to be back at Shred Day for the community.  After a year off, we were ready to help the community unload and shred their documents they have been collecting over this past year.  @RotaryDistrict5840
John Wall was a charter member of the Fair Oaks Ranch Rotary Club when it was formed in 2012 but it was not where his Rotary journey began. He first joined Rotary as a member of the Northwest Rotary Club of San Antonio in 1985 at the encouragement of his business partners at a well-known San Antonio engineering firm. The four principles in the firm were all active Rotarians. John immediately began to enjoy the fellowship, community engagement opportunities, networking, outstanding speakers and just plain fun that came with being a member of one of the world’s leading service organizations. 

Three years later John transferred to the Downtown San Antonio Club where he served one term on that organization’s Board of Directors, and, after changing employers in 2001, he transferred to the Boerne Noon Rotary Club. Eventually he joined the newly-formed FOR Rotary group and over the past nine years he has served in many roles including Assistant Treasurer for three years and Treasurer for four.
John has found membership in the FOR Club brings all the same experiences as his previous clubs. Now retired (for the most part), John continues to give his time to well deserving organizations. For this and his many other contributions, John was honored in 2020 as “Rotarian of the Year”. He is truly the embodiment of the Rotary motto “Service Above Self”. 
One can learn more about the Fair Oaks Ranch Rotary Club by contacting John at (210) 601-7509 or , or Membership Committee Chairperson Mary Thompson at (830) 992-0792 or . The Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch gathers for a noon luncheon every Wednesday.  @RotaryDistrict5840
“Members of the Fair Oaks Ranch Rotary Club enjoyed a fun (and victorious) day at the golf tournament / fund raiser for the Capt. Mark Voss American Legion Post 313 of Boerne, commemorating Vietnam Veterans.  Pictured (L-R) are Bill Fusco, Tuffy Burton, Ron Hubbard, and John Rogers.”
Members of the Fair Oaks Ranch Rotary Club Leadership Team join local Blessings in a Backpack Executive Director Kathy Bandujo (far right) in a check presentation.  @RotaryDistrict5840
Hill Country Family Service’s CEO Staci Almager (middle) is joined by FOR Rotarians Mary Thompson, Bill Fusco, Greg Maxton and Addae Kraba during a donation ceremony at the HCFS’s office in Boerne.  @RotaryDistrict5840
Bill Fusco, President of the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch proudly presents a check for $1500 to Staci Almager, C.E.O., Hill Country Family Services, a Boerne, TX non-profit organization with a mission to reach underserved families most in need within the community, particularly during the COVID-19 crisis.
Rotary Club members Jennifer Johnson (PHF+1), Tuffy Burton (PHF+1), Jane Burton (PHF+3), and Tom Otway (PHF+5) proudly display their
Paul Harris Fellow awards. Congratulations to these ladies and gentlemen for their continued support of the Rotary Foundation..

Glenna Reser was the speaker for the meeting.  She talked about Casa de Aguila in Peru, an orphanage, farm and school.  She receives a book, from Penny Sawyer, that will be presented to the Fair Oaks Ranch Elementary School in recognition of her talk.  

Members of the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch celebrated the holidays with it annual festive dinner at the Fair Oaks Country Club on Wednesday, December 11th. John Wall surprised his wife Susan by making her a Paul Harris Fellow.  Shown here is President Bill Fusco presenting the pin and certificate to Susan with John standing next to her.  

It was a red, white and blue meeting on November 13th at the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks Ranch. This meeting was in honor and recognition of our member Veterans.

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