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
Hampton Inn
4217 Kemp Blvd
Wichita Falls, TX 76308
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.
Great Speakers - guests are always welcome, both in person or virtually
Aviation, Traffic & Transportation
Aviation, Traffic & Transportation
Jun 21, 2024
An update on the city of Wichita Falls, TX
Jun 28, 2024
Jul 05, 2024
Speaker coordinator
Jul 12, 2024
“Official Visit”
Jul 19, 2024
Speaker coordinator
Jul 26, 2024
Speaker coordinator
Aug 02, 2024
Upcoming Events
Wichita Falls North Rotary Stories 
 
Rotarians and Judges heard some fantastic speeches at the 2024  Wichita Falls Area Four Way Test Speech Contest that took place April 4th at Edgemere Church of Christ in Wichita Falls. Our first place winner was Adrian Herico, First Wichita Christian.
 
 
2nd Place winner was  Natalie Perez, Wichita Falls HS shown here flanked
byWichita Falls North Rotary Club Past President Clint Wood and
Wichita Falls Southwest Rotary Club President Penny Miller
 
Congratulations Adrian and Natelie!
 
Created in 1932, the Four Way test is one of the world’s most widely printed and quoted statements of business ethics.
 
 
 
What follows is the story written by Herbert J. Taylor then president of a failing business called the Club Aluminum Company. This simple philosophy was adopted by Rotary in 1943, The Four-Way Test has been translated into more than a hundred languages and published in thousands of ways. Given that members of the Wichita Falls Southwest Rotary Club, the Wichita Falls North Rotary Club and all our High School contestants are preparing for our annual 4Way Test Speech Contest on April 4th at Edgemere Church of Christ, a story on how the Rotary 4 Way Test was developed would be appreciated by our readers. It should be noted that it's author, Herbert J. Taylor served as Rotary International's president during the 1954-55 fiscal year. Thanks to our fellow Rotarians in District 5630 (Nebraska) for sharing this story on their website.

 

 
 
 
Effective June 9, 2023, the Rotary Club of Wichita Falls weekly meetings will take place at Vantage Point Condomenia, 2100 Santa Fe, Wichita Falls, TX
 
 
The club is relocating the meeting due to construction at its previous meeting location, Jimmy's Egg House.
 
COME IN THE FRONT DOOR AND THE MEETING ROOM IS TO THE LEFT. COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS WILL BE AVAILABLE.
 
Elijah visits the Wichita Falls North Rotary Club. Elijah is a seven year old golden retriever that is a Certified Comfort Dog!
 
While Eddie did most of the talking we learned about Elijah’s daily routine and activities.
 
Eddie also share us the details of Elijah"s visite to Uvalde for ten days after the school shootings there.
 
Elijah is a true “Wonder Dog”!
 
 
Just don’t leave Elijah to guard a chocolate cake!
 
While it is not clear if everyone's favorite team won the Super Bowl Sunday. One thing for sure is that Wichita Falls North Rotarians had a great time thanks to their hosts, fellow Rotarians PDG Troy Secord and Jeanni Secord.
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" or the saying goes. But, that saying applies to Rotary members too... that is why we enjoy our club socials together. We got together Sunday for a wonderul party, fellowship and an exciting game. Feeling recharged we are now ready for our next Rotary adventure.
 
The Wichita Falls North Rotary Club inducted to members at its February 10th meeting. Meet Linda Sheriff (far left) and Brandy Fields (far right) who were formally inducted by a team of Club President Ajay Kumar, PDG Tom Sheriff and PDG Troy Secord.
 
 
Wichita Falls Rotary Club North  in partnership with the  Rotary Club of Southwest Wichita Falls is excited to announce the 2023 Rotary Four-Way Speech Contest, and we’re inviting all high school students to participate!
 
Our local clubs will award a generous cash prize scholarship of $1,000 for 1st place; $500 for 2nd place; and $250 for 3rd place winners. The top three contestants will also advance to compete at the regional level, with opportunity to win additional scholarship prizes. 
 
Please help us identify students who could benefit by participating in this competition. There’s no entry fee. All that’s required is a commitment to put forth an effort to compose and deliver a 5-minute speech surrounding the topic of Rotary’s “Four-Way Test”, which asks the following:

Of the things we think, say or do:
 
 
Wichita Falls North Rotary Club partners with several other clubs for Water Sanitation and Dignity Project in South Africa.
 
 
 
Notice the new floors and walls!
 
During our Jan 6th meeting, PDG Troy gave the club an update of the South African Water project that our club used a District Designated Grant to help fund the project.
 
This project was a collaborative water and sanitation effort building on projects already completed by the Rotary Club of Grahamstown with the support of the Rotary Club of Jackson Hole in the Grahamstown/Makhanda schools. These projects have established consistent daily running water, filtered water for drinking (and consumption through the School Nutrition Programs) and have repaired all leaks at the seven identified schools.
Buddy Bench Project
A Story in the Channel 6 News about the Buddy Bench
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Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
President Nominee
Secretary
Treasurer
Director
Executive Secretary / Director
Rotary International in the news
Photographer reflects on 18 years of chasing polio

Exhibit documents the scope of polio eradication efforts worldwide

Watershed moment gives rise to a revitalized riverfront

The Rotary Club of Milwaukee revitalized its city’s riverfront with a contribution from a local landowner — a strategy that could work in other communities.

Lebanon club channels the power of peace

he newly formed Rotary Club of Beirut Pax Potentia, Lebanon, which focuses on peacebuilding, has its origins in a project funded by a Rotary Foundation global grant

Our Service Projects
Members built bunk beds for Rainbow House
Members bagging supplies for Interfaith Ministries
Members serving for CPS Hot Dog Feed
The Mission of the Rotary Club of Wichita Falls North
To address and meet the needs of our local community and internationally.  Our members build lasting friendships and memories.  We like to have FUN!”
 
Rotary is the world's oldest service club organization and our club (one of over 32,000 clubs worldwide) and its members are committed to service in the communities within Wichita Falls County and internationally through various programs including those supporting our vocations and our youth. Rotary is a global network of 1.4 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.