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Humble Rotary

Service Above Self

For a Celebration of Fellowship
and Rotary every Wednesday at noon.
Humble Civic Center
8233 Will Clayton Parkway
Humble, TX  77338
United States
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2017 Humble Rotary Festival April 29th
Please help me in welcoming our newest member Jennifer Mutchler!


One of our RYE students "Nando" aka Luis Fernando will be arriving from Paraguay Friday, August 12, 2016 at 7:45 pm - Terminal E. 
Philippe has once again opened his hotel and shuttle as a meeting place before we go to pick up Nando at Terminal E.
If we could meet Friday 6:30 at Philippe's Homewood Suites he will offer us a full meal. (Free)  The evening meal ends at 7:00PM . Wine and beer comes with that ! 
Please email me and tell me how many in your party by Wednesday 5PM.
Thanks to Philippe for your generosity and support of RYE!


Humble Rotary hosts Humble ISD football coaches and players as they preview the coming year. Athletic Director Troy Kite leads a program that develops character... and athletes. Several players made presentations. They are very impressive young men. A lot to be proud of.
Kingwood Park:
Coach: Clayton Maple
Offensive Lineman: Lennon Cancino
Defensive Lineman: CJ Awe
Kingwood High:
Coach: Barry Campbell
Middle Linebacker: Evan Loyka
Humble High:
Coach: Charles West
Defense: Isaiah Longino
Summer Creek:
Coach: Brian Ford
Safety: Colby Raphiel


Humble Rotary supports early childhood literacy through Imagination Library
By Melanie Feuk | Posted 21 hours ago

With the new school year fast approaching, the Humble Rotary is proud to continue providing a pre-school literacy program that helps promote early childhood reading, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
The Imagination Library provides a child from birth to the age of 5 years old with an age-appropriate book every month.
“The Humble Rotary adopted the Lakeland Elementary School area and we wanted to make sure we’re putting books into the houses of the children in the area we support,” Pam McNair, president of Humble Rotary, said. “With school starting, we’ll be sending home flyers with students and informing families through the school about this opportunity.”
The Humble Rotary has partnered with Dolly Parton since last year to provide this service to children in the Lakeland Elementary School area in Humble. For $25 annually per child enrolled, Humble Rotary now sponsors the memberships of more than 60 children benefiting from the program.

“This is a wonderful program,” McNair said. “Humble Rotary wanted to be involved in literacy and there is nothing better than to partner with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. It’s a respected program and we are more than happy to be a part of it. “Statistics show that children with books in their house have a higher rate of graduating. A child, who has 60 books by the time they start school, has a nearly 100 percent chance of graduating from high school. That is the purpose of the Imagination Library; to get books into the home to increase the literacy rate and up the chance of graduating.”

Ivan Butterfield, community service literacy chair of Rotary district 5890, is an avid proponent of the Imagination Library. He expands on the importance of introducing young children to literature.“Some neurologists are now urging parents to start reading to their children from birth,” Butterfield said. “This helps the child build a foundation for future learning. If a child is not exposed to books by the time they are 3 to 5 years old, studies show when they enter school, they have a great possibility of not reading at grade level by third grade and if a child is not at grade level by third grade, they are much more likely to drop out before graduation.

“A parent is a child’s first teacher. To take just minutes a day reading with a child develops multiple different skill sets. Those sets are the foundation of learning and that is what the Imagination Library strives to provide.”

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