Welcome to Rotary District 5790 composed of 71 vibrant Clubs across the
North Central Plains area of Texas.
Welcome to the Rotary District 5790 Website. One of the purposes of this website is to be a resource for the Rotary club members in Rotary District 5790. Here, members will be able to learn about our training programs and all the district committees assembled to support the efforts of our 71 vibrant Clubs. Members can register for the various district training seminars, fundraisers and celebrations.

District 5790
3 year Grow Rotary Initiative

In January and February of 2019, District 5790 launched it's 3 year Grow Rotary! Grow Engagement! Grow Impact Plan.
2018-2019 District Governor Gerald Robinson, DGE Peter Scott, DGN Roger Paschal and DGN Designate Kayla Christianson led 5 district wide meetings intended to lay the foundation for each club in the district to prepare similar plans to increase club membership, create excitement about Rotary through engaged Rotarians and increase our impact on the community. This is a video of that final meeting.
Members can access district support for their own growth plan by clicking here.


People of Action Video`s
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March is Rotary Literacy Month
District Stories
2018-19 District Governor Gerald Robinson, DGE Peter Scott and DGN Roger Paschal lead January & February district-wide Grow Rotary! Grow Engagement! Grow Impact meetings to launch new 3 year membership initiative throughout District 5790
It has been an exciting 3 months for our district as current District Governor Gerald Robinson has led a team consisting of our DGE Peter Scott, DGN Roger Paschal, District Governor Nominee-Designate Kayla Christianson, current District Membership Team Captain Steve Cox, 2019-20 District Membership Director PDG Larry Petrash, current Club Culture Team Captain PDG Gene Davenport, AG Lori Fickerling and Training and Technology Team Captain John Pokorny in launching the 3 year Grow Rotary! Grow Engagement! Grow Impact membership development initiative.
The story of one of our own
I am currently studying in Tome City, located in the northern part of the Miyagi Prefecture in Japan. Tome has a population around 80,000; and, while there isn’t much to do here, Sendai City is only a 90-minute bus ride away. 
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It's official! 

Cross Timber Rotary club presented the Interact charter certificate to the student members of the new Interact club at Liberty Christian High School.  They chartered the club with 55 members!  Way to go Cross Timbers and the faculty sponsors at Liberty.  A special thanks to chief organizers Michael Walker and Peggy Krueger of CT Rotary.

Our 2019 RYLA Home is Tarelton State UniversityTarleton State University, Member of The Texas A&M University System
in Stephenville, TX from June 26th through 30th
"After over 18 year's at TWU in Denton, RYLA is putting on a fresh face by moving to Tarleton State University in Stephenville, TX this summer.  This years camp hosted by the Rotary Club of Stephenville will be moved back a week to the last weekend in June, rather than the traditional Father's Day weekend of the past years.  The dates are Wednesday, June 26 to Sunday, June 30 on the Tarleton campus." For an event flyer click here. To learn more about Rotary Youth Leadership Awards click here.
Last November, Governor Gerald Robinson announced two e-club initiatives for District 5790. The intent of these initiatives is to allow the formation of two e-clubs in District 5790. One e-club will focus on former youth program participants and the other e-club will focus on community programs. Both are intended to provide a Rotary service vehicle for those whose travel and business commitments inhibit participation in one of the 71 community based Rotary clubs in our district.
Kayla Christianson to serve as District Governor Nominee Designate (RY 2021-2022)
It is my pleasure to announce the selection of Kayla Belle Christianson as District 5790 Governor in Rotary Year 2021-2022! Kayla will serve as the District Governor Nominee Designate until July 1, 2019 when she will become the District Governor Nominee. 
Kayla has been a member of the Rotary Club of Abilene since June of 2008 where she served in several capacities including Club President in 2011-2012. She has been very involved with Fundraising and Public Image in and around the Abilene area. In addition, Kayla has served at the district level in several capacities including the current year as Area Assistant Governor for Area 7. 
How is your club Progressing toward it's 2018-2019 Goals?
Rotary International President Barry Rassin has asked each of our 36,678 worldwide Rotary Clubs to report and periodically update their 2018-2019 goals in Rotary Club Central. Forty-six of our District 5790 Rotary Clubs have posted their 2018-2018 goals in Rotary Club Central. Our 2018-2019 Rotary year is almost half over. How is your club doing? How many service projects has your club completed thus far? How many volunteer hours have been devoted to your communities? These are all questions easily answered by completing the service activities portion of your clubs Rotary Club Central report for each of the projects you have done thus far. Unsure how to go about updating your goals? Contact your Training/Technology Area Training Officer for guidance.
Fluid approach to water

How Rotary has changed to help people get clean water for longer than just a few years

Profile Rotary member forms Roots of Peace to remove land mines

Profile: A vine ideaHeidi KühnRotary Club of San FranciscoHeidi Kühn arrived in Utsunomiya, Japan, in 1975, a few months after the end of the Vietnam War. She was a Rotary Youth Exchange

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Foundation Corner
District 5790 Wall of Fame                
We are indebted to those Rotary members in our district that have given so generously of their time, talent and treasure.

Global Grant Training Video
Start video at 7 minute mark
Be the Inspiration
District 5790 Be the Inspiration Resource Information Site Page   
Action, Growth Change
Our Vision
Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change in our communities and in awareness
Hover your pointer over the Be the Inspiration Logo or District 5790 logo or click here to access the Resource Information Site Page
News from District 5790 Rotary Clubs
 Dear Rotarians,
I have a super cool opportunity for the District specifically and the Rotary Foundation as a whole. We have a dynamite new Rotarian in our Club who is an accomplished sports writer and novelist. Marjorie Lewis has recently published her Historical Novel “When the Men Were Gone” which is centered around the first female football coach in the state of Texas! The book is phenomenal!
Ms. Lewis stated, "Between January 14-20, for every book sold (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, independent book sellers, Costco), I will donate every cent of my per-book royalty (it must be a book because Kindle sales are not recorded), which is roughly $1."
We'll need Rotarians to also get the support of their connections outside of Rotary. Funds donated will benefit the Rotary Literacy Program.
Additionally, Ms. Lewis will be featured at a book signing at the Southlake Barnes and Noble on Saturday, January 26th from 1-3 pm and will be interviewed by Scott Murray, an Emmy Award winning sports journalist. Stop by and show your fellow Rotarian your support! The day of the event, we'll have a drawing for a $200 gift card to Barnes & Noble. Each copy of When the Men Were Gone sold that day at Barnes & Noble will be good for one entry into the drawing. If someone buys two books, they get two entries, and so forth. Should be fun!
Yours in service,
Arlin Gold
Southlake Rotary President
Business Development Officer
District 5790 – Zone 21B

Governor 2018-2019
So what's the scoop on our new District Governor Gerald Robinson? To find out, read his bio by clicking here.
Have you visited the new Rotary Learning Center yet?
Visit our District 5790 Community Program e-Club Site Page
This is your District 5790 Blood Drive Resource. If your club would like to sponsor a blood drive in your community please click here for more information on how to set-up and promote a Blood Drive.
Clubs are encouraged to promote their blood drives on the District 5790 Website and on the District 5790 Blood Drive Face Book page. Contact the District 5790 Blood Drive Chair to promote your drive in either media.
The following are District 5790 Rotary Clubs that are hosting blood drives 
March 2019

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