The Rotary Club of Wichita Falls North would like to welcome you to visit our website. Here you will read about how we volunteer to serve, our membership, our community projects, our youth services and our international projects.
Welcome to our Club!
Wichita Falls North

Service Above Self

We meet In Person & Online
Fridays at 7:00 AM
No in person meeting at Work Service Corp until further notice
1343 Hatton Road
Wichita Falls, TX 76302
United States of America
Great Speakers - guests are always welcome, both in person or virtually
David Collins, speaker coordinator
Jan 22, 2021
Mike Crocker speaker coordinator
Jan 29, 2021 7:00 AM
Rotary Theme for month of January
Upcoming Events
Home Page Stories 
An update from club treasurer, Ann Lucas.
This years 2020 Covid edition of Squadron Christmas party will be much different than years past.  The check for $750 was given to Anthony Lankin, president of the booster club on November 12 along with over $300 in gift cards, 25 gift baskets and various other gift items that I collected from local merchants.  Each subdivision (E& E, Communications, Hydraulics,  POL, etc) will be having their only small Christmas Party rather than one big party. 
Anthony was very thankful for everything we did since they couldn't do any real fundraising this year for the Christmas party.
For the first time since March 2020. the Wichita Falls North RC
will be hosting it's 7 AM Friday morning meetings at the
Work Services Corporation offices in Wichita Falls.
 Our club will continue offer the meeting online.
As with the rest of the community, we will be observing local and state mask-up and social distancing guidelines and doing our our best to keep everyone safe. Members are encouraged to invite guests. Guests are welcome when meeting at Work Services Offices or if preferred, by joining us online.
Rotary Club of Wichita Falls North to award
Khirstia Sheffield of Midwestern State University
the Ross and Colleen Roberts Scholarship
at our 7 AM Sept 25th meeting.
KHIRSTIA SHEFFIELD is a Mass Communication  Major with focus in Broadcasting at MSU. Currently carrying a 4.0 average, she plans to graduate in May of 2021. She is the feature editor for Midwestern State's The Wichitan with many stories to her credit.
Vocational chair, Gary Southard will be making the award and introducing our recipient.
About the Scholarship.
Ross Roberts was a charter member of the club way back in the 1980's.  He passed away a few years ago.  His wife, Colleen passed away in January of 2020.  After Ross passed away, the family funded 50% of the scholarship at MSU and Wichita Falls North RC funded the remaining.  They were both huge supporters of education.
connect people to the natural environment of Texas.
They hold camps and learning classes for
children of all ages as part of their mission. 
Of course providing these leaning experiences for children comes at a cost. Our members want to assure these wonderful programs continue regardless of cost. The Wichita Falls North Rotary Club has made a donation of $2000 that will be matched by "Texoma Gives" providing $4000 that River Bend Nature Center can use to assure no child is turned away due to lack of funds for teaching programs"
Club members shop to restock the
Food Pantry serving food insecure
children at Scotland Park Elementary School
Hungry children don't learn. That is why local schools provide breakfast and lunch to qualifying children. However, many of the kids do not have food when the get home. The Rotary Club of Wichita Falls North is providing food to stock a school pantry so that teachers and counselors can give these children food to take with them. We love our children at our adopted school and seek to support their needs. 
This is just one of several community service projects our members do. To find out more, be our guest 7 am Friday mornings at the Vantage Point Condo Meeting Room, 2100 Sante Fe in Wichita Falls, TX.
Wichita Falls North Rotary Club and our partners
from the adopted Sheppard AFB Squadron
and the Rider HS Soccer team completed
its Labor Day Flag Launch this week.
We put up and took down 665 flags at residential homes in the subdivisions areas of Fountain Park, Edgemere, Quail Creek, Willow Bend  and Sikes Estates.  Each of members and partners devoted 2 hours putting up the flags in the morning to 2 hours in the evening taking them down.
Clubs first in-person meeting since start
of pandemic is welcomed carefully as Troy Secord
provides some excellent virtual meet-up information.
Next week's meeting will be held live and in living color at the Vantage Point Condomenia.  But we are going to try and do a virtual meeting as well.  Remember, we have to wear mask.  There is no food service, but it is OK to bring coffee and perhaps a breakfast from McDonald's or elsewhere. Virtual meeting link will be provided later next week.
Buddy Bench Project
A Story in the Channel 6 News about the Buddy Bench
Is Rotary for you?
To learn more contact us by clicking here.
Our Service Projects
Members built bunk beds for Rainbow House
Members bagging supplies for Interfaith Ministries
Members serving for CPS Hot Dog Feed