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Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. --Margaret Mead

Lake Ray Roberts

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Moms on Main
204 S. Main St.
Aubrey, TX  76227
United States
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The Rotary Club honored two Pilot Point ISD employees at its November meeting. Shown here are Dorcas Boerner, second on left, library aide at Pilot Point High School, and Dee Ann Annett, middle right, instructional coach at Pilot Point Intermediate School. Pictured with them are Tammy Morgan, district executive director of instructional services, PPHS Principal Todd Southard and PPISD Superintendent Dan R. Gist.
 
Aubrey High School students Megan Childs and Brenden Hough were recognized as seniors of the month at the November Rotary Club meeting. Standing with them are AHS Principal Matt Gore and AISD Superintendent David Belding.
 
 
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Pilot Point High School students Hud Morgan, center, and Kenedee Gist, right, were honored as seniors of the month for November by the Rotary Club. Standing with them are PPHS Principal Todd Southard, Tammy Morgan (Hud's mother) and Dan. R. Gist, Kenedee's father and Rotary Club member.
 
The Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club recognized Pilot Point High School students Preslie Box, Claire Sitzes, Mason Sheppard and Ethan Blythe as seniors of the month for September and October. Standing with them is Dick Bullwinkle, past president of the Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club.
 
Aubrey High School students Lauren Knapp, left, and Kye Ranton, center, were recognized by the Rotary Club as seniors of the month for October. Standing with them are AISD Superintendent David Belding, left, AHS Principal Matt Gore and Club President Linda Bullwinkle. 
 
 
 
  
 
Annie Braack, left, a senior at Pilot Point High School, spoke about her experiences at the Rotary Youth Leadership Academy meeting this summer during a September meeting of  the Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club. Students learn about leadership at the RYLA meeting. Standing with Braack is PPISD Superintendent Dan R. Gist.  
The Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club honored Cole Warren, Pilot Point Intermediate School counselor, and Ann Smith, receptionist at Pilot Point High School, as employees of the month during its meeting on Sept. 11. Shown here also are club president Luke Olson and PPISD Superintendent Dan R. Gist.
The Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club honored Aubrey High School senior Luke Sciba as the senior of the month at its meeting Sept. 11. Standing with him are AHS Principal Matt Gore, club president Luke Olson and Aubrey ISD Superintendent David Belding. 
Pilot Point City Manager Alan Guard discusses the Pilot Point $9.5 million bond issue at the Rotary Club meeting on Aug. 21. In November, voters in that city will decide on propositions regarding public buildings (fire and police), streets, sidewalks and drainage. Guard gave an informational talk on the matter.
Shannon Slater, a certified residential real estate appraiser with DW Slater Company in Pilot Point, gave a PowerPoint presentation about the housing market in the North Texas area during the Aug. 14 meeting of the Rotary Club. Slater presented various trends about what is occurring in real estate in DFW.
Pilot Point High School band director Dan Balkema talks to the Rotary Club about the benefits of a high school band program on July 24. Students learn life skills, such as team work, as well as an appreciation for the fine arts through participation in band, he said. Balkema talked about the many activities band does in addition to playing at football games.
Gerald Robinson, District Governor for Rotary District 5790, left, congratulates Ric Sadler, Linda Bullwinkle and Jerry Alford on their service to the club. Robinson visited on July 17 and did a presentation on the benefits of being a Rotarian.
Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club member Lee Millikin gave a presentation on soils at the Rotary Club's meeting on July 10. 
Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club member Jerry Alford puts the final touches on ensuring an American flag is steady on The Square in Pilot Point on July 2. Rotary Club members post flags around the holidays.
 
 
 Denton County Judge Mary Horn discusses her achievements as county judge during a visit to the Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club on June 26. Horn announced last year she would not seek another term as the county judge. She has served since 2002.
 
Denton County Commissioner Precinct 1 Hugh Coleman talked to the Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club about road projects in the county and the future of Dallas North Tollway on June 12. Coleman told Rotarians that the expansion of U.S. 377 from two to six lanes is a dozen years away from construction. Photo courtesy of Abigail Allen, Pilot Point Post-Signal.
 
 
 
  
Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club member and Past President Dick Bullwinkle, right, asks a question to Aubrey ISD PD Chief Scott Collins, standing, during a presentation about school security May 22 to the Rotary Club. The school district's police department added two officers in May and continues to look for ways to make the campuses safer, Collins said.
Dwayne Edwards, pastor of Grace Point Nazarene Church in Pilot Point, speaks to the Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club on Tuesday about the myriad opportunities that exist in Rotary to help and connect with others.
Lake Ray Roberts Rotary club honored Pilot Point High School ag teacher Blake Hesteande as the teacher of the month for April. Standing with Hesteande are Shawn Dollar, club president, and club member and PPISD Superintendent Dan R. Gist.
Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club honored Pilot Point High School seniors Ty Hellman, Kailey Armstrong and Alyssa Mendoza at a meeting on April 10. Pictured here are Shawn Dollar, club president, left, and Dan R. Gist, Pilot Point ISD superintendent. Congrats, seniors of the month!
Rotarians Shawn Dollar and Whitney Delcourt braved chilly temperatures to help pick up trash along U.S. 377 during Pilot Point's annual Trash-off day on April 7. Volunteers picked up nearly 100 bags of trash around town. Also, people could contribute to the cleanup and recycle day by donating old electronic items that were picked up on The Square. Good job, everybody!
Ryan Brown, president of Talley Land Development, talked to the Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club Tuesday, April 3, at Moms on Main in Aubrey. Brown discussed his company and other goings-on in the area in the way of growth.
Tuesday's Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club meeting (March 26) at the Whistle Post Brewery in Pilot Point will be the last at the brewery as the club will start meeting April 3 at Moms on Main, 204 S. Main St. in Aubrey.
Brockett Elementary School Principal Kari Abrams prepares to give a presentation on the Aubrey school's character education efforts at the Rotary meeting on March 20. The school has won National and Texas School of Character awards. Abrams explained to Rotary members that character education functions more as a culture rather than a program at the school.
The Lake Ray Roberts Rotary Club honored Justin Davis of the Pilot Point Fire Department and Cpl. John Gardner of the Pilot Point Police Department as the first responders for the month of February. Our thanks to Davis and Gardner for all they do to serve and protect our community! Shown with Davis are Rotary member Ric Sadler and Assistant Fire Chief Bryan Cox, and shown with Gardner are Police Chief Tim Conner and Sadler.