Welcome to the Rotary Club of The Woodlands!

The Woodlands

Rotary Making A Difference

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
The Woodlands Country Club - Palmer Course
100 Grand Fairway
Legacy Ballroom
The Woodlands, TX  77381
United States
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Sunday, Tom Cox and his crew put on a great event for the entire family:
  • Great Weather
  • Great Venue (Stillwater, A Gracepoint Community – The Back Porch)
  • Great Food (Bayou City Crawfish, The Waffle Bus, Sweet Ride Desserts, Southern Ice Cream
  • Great Music (Craig Carter, CMA “Recording Artist of the Year,"and his band
  • Great Kids Events
Approximately 500 tickets were sold which 100% benefited ($20,000) the Rotary Scholarship Fund . Please thank the sponsors for their support--Gracepoint Homes, MidSouth Bank, First United Mortgage Corp, AmCap Home Loans, Re/Max The Jeff Morris Team, Great American Title Company, Dean & Brandi Melton, Koinonia Financial, Beth Ferester & Company, Randall Reed’s Planet Ford and Planet Lincoln, Olson – Bradbury, Bradbury Brothers, Stewart Title, Rivela Plastic Surgery, Capital Title, Darling Homes and Boe Creative.
Here are the highlights from my presentation at the Rotary Lunch on April 19:
  • Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in America (1 in 5 will have it)
  • UV exposure is the greatest risk (sun, tanning beds)
  • Sun damage is cumulative so protect children and grand children; there is a rise in skin cancer among younger people (25-29).
  • Chemical sun blocks should be applied at least 20 minutes before venturing into the sun and every hour after that
  • Very treatable when caught early
    • Reconstruction needs are also much less
  • Many different treatment options with surgical excision as the gold standard
  • If you get skin cancer, you need to be seen at least yearly by a trained physician and sometimes more frequently (50% chance of having a recurrence)
W. Marshall Guy, MD
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon

On April 17, 2018, our Club presented the Show Me The Money program, a vocational service project to help guide Lone Star College and Sam Houston State University Students  as they approach graduation and prepare for job interviews. We had an  outstanding turn out of 21 students. 

David Maulsby, Executive Director, made a compelling presentation at our April 12, 2018 Club Meeting regarding Camp Hope. Camp Hope provides counseling and interim housing for our Wounded Warriors, Veterans and their families suffering from combat related PTSD. The facility opened in 2012 and is located in a quiet and safe setting in Houston, Texas whereby veterans and their immediate family members can find healing, help and hope while benefiting from an intensive peer support and mentoring program for Posttraumatic Stress. In addition to temporary housing, Camp Hope offers a 90+ day PTSD recovery program. Cape Hope is located at 9724 Derrington Rd, Houston Texas. They are always seeking volunteers to help. Please visit their web site to learn more http://ptsdusa.org/camp-hope/. David can be reached at 713-248-6205 or David.Maulsby@ptsdUSA,org.
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