Guest Speaker Mike Seely: Houston Live Stock Show & Rodeo
Mike Seely is a trial lawyer representing Texas energy enterprises, including oilfield service companies, drilling companies and operators of oil and gas wells. 
However, his true passion is the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. 
As a member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s Speakers Committee, Mike speaks to schools, businesses, and civic groups about the educational opportunities that are provided to Texas youth through the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Newest Paul Harris Society Member: Pam McNair
Club Social - Save the Date, Mon March 5th
  As you may know, we'll be having a Silent Auction at our Fish Festival & Car Show being held on the 1st Saturday of May (5/5/18).  Hence we needdonated items for the Silent Auction - that's where you can be a big help (and have some fun too)!  We are having a social event on Monday March 5th at Amedeo's Italian Restaurant.  Admission will be a bottle of wine (or your favorite alcoholic beverage) and/or a donated item suitable for the Silent Auction. Bring your item(s), enjoy good food and great company!
What: Club Social 
Where: Amedeo's - 22704 TX-494 Loop Kingwood 77339
When: Monday March 5th - starting at 5:00pm
Please ask your customers, clients, co-workers and friends!  We are asking for anything from bottles of wine to cases of Liquor, Flower certificates, Restaurant gift cards, Jewelry, Furs, Trips, Home décor, Sporting events and tickets, Sporting goods, Fishing Gear, Guns, Lessons, Teeth whitening, Spa services, Vision Services, Tires, Auto packages, Home remodel packages, Electronics - truly anything!!    We can pair items to make fabulous packages!  Think Out Side the Box!!
We will be having the social event on March 5th at Amedeo's beginning at 5 pm to bring your items!  OR feel free to drop off your items at any of the Wells Fargo locations in the Lake Houston area.  Simply fill out the donation form, email or text me a copy of the form and then drop it off with the attention to Danny Contreras!!
Lets help make this the Best Auction Yet!!!
Feel free to call or email me if you any questions!
Kelly Paull
Global Scholar Annum Jaffer in London
Hello lovely Rotarians! 
  My name is Annum Jaffer and I am one of the Rotary Global Scholars from District 5890, sponsored by Humble and received by Edmonton here in London. I received my degree in Human Biology from The University of Texas in Austin and was studying for a medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine when I decided to take a year out in London to study Human Rights. I am currently studying in the heart of London at The London School of Economics and Political Science, and by the end of the year hope to receive a Masters in Human Rights. 
  I cannot begin to describe how wonderful, breathtaking, but, also at times, difficult this part of my journey has been. I came here with no idea what to expect, and along the way have felt so far yet so close to finding a home. The Edmonton club, and my sponsor in London, Pat Clark and his family, have treated me well and I could not have asked for anything more. I have learned about the difficulties that women face during times of conflict and how they can be involved in the peacemaking process, about children’s rights, development work, and how different kinds of organizations create change in the world.  Some of these topics have been heartbreaking, but as the year came to its midpoint I realized that ultimately I am optimistic that what I have learned thus far will help me create positive change in the world. In the past 5-6 months I have learned more about who I am as a person, and what the global humanitarian world needs than I have in the last 5 years of my life. I plan to write my dissertation on how post conflict societies handle the issue of children’s rights to education and health and hope to share a summary of it with all of you when I have finished. 
To give you a quick look at how my days in London look like:
  I spend most of my weekdays studying and reading articles about human rights and development work. Weeknights you can usually find me either at a lecture hosted by one of the University of London schools (for example on Monday I will be attending a lecture on Refugees and the gig economy) or relaxing with friends at a pub discussing our course work and planning adventures around the UK). On weekends I try to find somewhere in London to explore, and my favorite places are usually random markets or places of historical/cultural significance. 
  While in London I have also attended my host clubs' wonderful fish and chips lunch meetings, became close friends with my fellow Rotary global grant scholars from around the world, and have met Rotarians from clubs around the United Kingdom at various events. There are many events coming up in the next few weeks and months, including the Youth Music Festival that the Edmonton club helps put together, that I look forward to enjoying.
In September I will be coming back to Texas to finish my final year in medical school, apply for a Pediatrics residency, become a Pediatrician and in about 4 years apply both my medical and human rights knowledge to a career in medical and development work for a global nonprofit. 
  There is very little chance that I would have been able to do this without Bill Davis, and my Rotarian family. You are wonderful human beings who put your hearts into the dreams of people like me. Ultimately, we are doing what we can to leave this world a better place than it was when we came into it. All I can hope to do is be a part of that with you. Thank you for all that you have done for me, and I hope to be reuniting/meeting you all soon. 
P.S. I will I had pictures to share with you all, but for the time being my laptop is in the shop, and I’m writing this on my phone. 
Annum Jaffer
Volunteers needed for Science Fairs
Hello, we hope you will able to join in and volunteer at the upcoming Elementary School Science Fairs in Humble ISD. 
Email Dr. Clevenson and tell him which fairs you will help with.

The fairs at elementary schools are on weekdays, begin at 8 am and end by 2 pm. 
Judges need to be there for the entire event.  Breakfast and Lunch are provided. 
Parents can't judge at a school where they know the students. 
The instructions and judging procedures are very well set up and organized – anyone can do this.  When you do... you will have renewed faith in our elementary students, their teachers, and families.  It is truly a rewarding experience to listen to the students and review their science projects.

The District Fair is at Humble High School on April 7 Saturday (8 am to 5 pm) – lots of volunteers are especially needed for the District Judging.  (To judge at the District Fair, you must NOT be a parent of an elementary school child in the district.)
Thank you for your help.
Aaron, Bob, and Rebecca - Coordinators
Date & Location
Wed. 1.24.18 - Hidden Hollow Elementary
Mon. 2.5.18 - Groves Elementary
Fri. 2.9.18 - River Creek Elementary
Thurs. 2.22.18 - Atascocita Springs Elementary
Tues. 2.27.18 - Willow Creek Elementary
Wed. 2.28.18 - Shadow Forest Elementary
Mon. 3.5.18 - Timbers Elementary
Tues. 3.6.18 - Eagle Springs Elementary
Wed. 3.7.18 - Lakeshore Elementary
Thurs. 3.8.18 - Bear Branch Elementary
Tues. 3.20.18 - Maple Brook Elementary
Wed. 3.21.18 - Greentree Elementary
Thurs. 3.22.18 - Summerwood Elementary
Wed. 3.28.18 - Fall Creek Elementary
Sat. 4.7.18 - District Elementary - At Humble High School
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