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
Fridays at 7:00 AM
Vantage Point Condo Home Owners Meeting Room
2100 Santa Fe
Wichita Falls, TX 76302
United States of America
Our meetings are in person. Contact Troy Secord to arrange a livestream connection if you are unable to attend in person.
Friday Morning 7 AM Meeting on Sept 3, 2021 will be at the 
Vantage Point Condominia on Santa Fe Street.
Great Speakers - guests are always welcome, both in person or virtually
Meeting Coordinator
Sep 24, 2021 7:00 AM
Upcoming Events
Wichita Falls North Rotary Stories 
Wichita Falls North Rotary club is one of several participating clubs for this project and is encouraging District 5790 clubs to join us. For more information regarding how your club can participate contact PDG Troy Secord.
The following message was received from Stuart Palmer for the Rotary Committee to improve the shantytown schools of Makhanda/Grahamstown, South Africa Rotary Club of Jackson Hole.
Dear Rotarians Friends who have pledged to this challenge,
Holiday High School students, Sara Southard, Kyla Coheley and Madison Price shared their RYLA experiences at the recent RYLA event at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas.
The Holliday High School students represented our club at the recent RYLA program at Stephenville. All had a wonderful experience as they went through the memorable leadership training.
Past President of Wichita Falls Rotary Club, Lisa Stephens-Musick provided an excellent description of the project that Wichita Falls Rotary Club is planning at Rotary Park, providing playground equipment.
Members of the Wichita Falls Rotary Club would like to partner with the Wichita Falls Southwest and the Wichita Falls North Rotary clubs to implement this project. Our club board of directors will consider the project at a future board meeting.
Joe Clement, recently retired At Risk Coordinator at Scotland Elementary School of Wichita Falls ISD was inducted as a member of the Wichita Falls North Rotary Club this past Friday (July 30th).
New member Joe Clement shown on right with Wichita Falls North RC Community Service Chair, Mike Crocker on left.
Joe was with the Wichita Falls ISD for 13 years prior to retirement. He spent the last 6 years as the At-Risk Coordinator at Scotland Park Elementary School. His career also includes a 30 year stint with the Texas Department of Public Safety for 30 years. He is veteran of the Air Force for 4 years.

He has been married to Laura for 30 years.  They have four sons and 5 granddaughters and 1 grandson.

 A Global Grant entitled "Restoring Water, Sanitation and Dignity to the Grahamstown/Makhanda Schools in South Africa" is being prepared and our club has decided to be one of the co-sponsors of the grant. We are actively seeking other Rotary clubs to be co-sponsors with us.
"A great way to participate in world needs and bring peace and fellowship to the world." according to club member Troy Secord who also served as District Governor for Rotary District 5790 six years ago. The Wichita Falls North Rotary Club will be hosting an information table at the District 5790 Vibrant Club Work Shop on August 14th in Abilene, TX. Our members will be there to answer questions and help promote the project.
If you would like additional information, please contact PDG Troy Secord
A talk with Joe Clements, principal at Scotland Park Elementary School revealed that the school needed more “student snacks”
Member Mike purchased the snacks and Tom S., Mike and Gary met at SPES and delivered the snacks. Afterwards we had a very nice visit with Joe in his office. Joe is retiring in less than a month. He is a great candidate as a new member! He has the heart of a true Rotarian
On Wednesday Feb. 23rd, members
Tom Sheriff and Mike Crocker
delivered new dictionaries to the
3rd Graders at Scotland Park ES
This annual project provides dictionaries to 3rd graders at our adopted school, Scotland Park Elementary School. The dictionary's are the students to keep. We at Wichita Falls North RC recognize that learning to read is paramount to academic success. Prior to 3rd grade students are learning how to read. In 3rd grade and for the remainder of their academic career, students are reading to learn. A dictionary is a wonderful tool for learning. Even with todays digital tools, teachers tell us that using a dictionary is much more effective in helping the students learn. Some students may come from families that can't afford books at home. Club members are making sure all 3rd graders can enhance their learning opportunities by providing dictionaries.
Teams of composed of 1 to 4 high school students in
10th through 12th grade will compete by creating a 60 second
video presenting "What the 4 Way Test means to me"
The subject of the video "The 4-way test is as it relates to each teams activities, interests, goals and topics of interest such as the pandemic, or any combination thereof" is to be the primary content presented. Contestants will be focusing on an audience that is 15 to 24 years of age. The video needs to include a call-to-action to visit either the website or the website. The video must include use of the Rotary Brand guidelines.
The Rotary Club of Wichita Falls North is partnering with the
other Rotary and Service Clubs in Wichita County in an initiative
to encourage the wearing of masks in advance of reaching
vaccination levels supportive of “Herd Immunity”.
Why are we doing this project?
Citizens are getting tired of following the protective measures: wear a mask, social distance, wash hands frequently and minimize our movement in public to necessary activities. COVID-19 will continue to spread till we reach “Herd Immunity” that comes as 75% of the population has been vaccinated. If we wear a mask we can reduce and prevent exposure to the disease for others and ourselves. Otherwise, “People are going to die that don’t need to die.”
Mask Up & Save a Life!
#Service Above Self
#People of Action
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Rotary North filled up the 4 push carts
two times with food for students in
schools food insecure homes.
The bandits pictured with their mask on are (L to R) Phil Waggoner, Clint Wood, Joe Clements Tom Sheriff, Ann Lucas and Mike Crocker. I don't think Mike was smiling! There are two push carts in the picture. Rotary North filled up the carts two times with food! On behalf of the Scotland Park Elementary School, and the local area, Joe really expressed his thanks. He was told that when he ran out, to let us know
Buddy Bench Project
A Story in the Channel 6 News about the Buddy Bench
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Club Executives & Directors
Community Service
Club Service
Immediate Past President
Youth Service
Vocational Services
Executive Secretary
The Rotary Foundation
Rotary International in the news
Words for the future

Rotary is forging a path to full literacy in India.

Peace Corps volunteers and Rotary members find meaningful connections

The relationship between Rotary International and the Peace Corps, made official with a 2014 partnership agreement, has its foundation in the organizations’ shared values.

Rotaract projects take honors

Meet the winners of the 2020-21 Rotaract Outstanding Project Awards

Our Service Projects
Members built bunk beds for Rainbow House
Members bagging supplies for Interfaith Ministries
Members serving for CPS Hot Dog Feed