Welcome to Carrollton-Farmers Branch Rotary

The Carrollton-Farmers Branch club was chartered on November 30, 1960 and will celebrate its 60th birthday this year. Our club is made up of 70 business and civic leaders that meet each week and enjoy an informative program about many different interesting topics. Our club meets on Thursdays at Brookhaven Country Club at 11:45 a.m. for lunch. Come Join Us! 
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Back in July, CFB Rotary launched a new initiative called "CFB Rotary Cares." We began placing blue Care Cards (aka Concern Cards) on the tables during each weekly meeting and encouraged members and guests to share concerns with us. Six weeks later, we're still doing it!
CFB Rotary is supporting Metrocrest Services' "2021 Great Toilet Paper Drive" for National Toilet Paper Day. Metrocrest Services' goal is to collect 100,000 rolls of toilet paper—approximately a year's supply for the pantry to help our needy neighbors. CFB Rotarians have already collected over 6,000 rolls, and our goal is to collect a total of 15,000 before we're finished! CFB Rotarian Mark Sutherland, shown above, has been leading our Club's drive, with the help of his wife Debbie.
CFB Rotary Treasurer Bill Bexley and President John Dodd introduce David McCool, our newest member, during today's meeting on Thursday, August 26. David is a CPA and a long-time resident of Farmers Branch.

Metrocrest Services has announced that they will honor long-time Rotarian Carol Dingman with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Carol is shown above receiving a bouquet of flowers from Metrocrest CEO Tracy Eubanks and Club President John Dodd. 
CFB Rotary really does care! Please take advantage of the blue Concern Cards which are placed on the tables during each Thursday meeting. You can mark your Concern as Public (in which case it will be shared with the club) or Confidential (in which case it will only be shared with the Chaplain Team). We ask all members to please keep these concerns in your thoughts and prayers and not to share this information with anyone else without the explicit permission of the person sharing the concern. 
CFB Rotary presented a $1,000 grant to help with relief of COVID-19 in India, which has been hit recently with a deadly new strain of the virus. Outgoing Club President Sonja Dodds (second from left) arranged for the donation at the request of Rotarians Simon Chamakala (far left) and John Chollampel (third from right). Father Renny Kattel (fourth from right) of Christ the King Catholic Church in Farmers Branch accepted the gift which will be used in southwest India, in the State of Kerala. 
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