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We meet Wednesdays at noon via Zoom. Request an invitation at info@prestonwoodrotaryclub.org
Please join us for our annual fundraiser featuring wine, food, and friends! 
We'll deliver and install a U.S. Flag to your home on major holidays.
Club News
What a fantastic event this was for Prestonwood Rotary! The Fire-Rescue Appreciation Day, held at Prestonwood Country Club, was eagerly awaited by everyone. On Wednesday, April 24, 2024, we welcomed 31 brave men and women from the Fire Departments of Dallas and Addison. We took pride in recognizing three outstanding individuals from Dallas Fire Rescue, who were chosen by their Chiefs to receive awards. Additionally, six members of the Addison Fire Department were honored for their life-saving efforts on March 16th when they saved our President, Vickie Campbell who went into cardiac arrest.
Additionally, Prestonwood Rotary presented a check for $2100.00 to DFD for their Safety and Wellness Program.  The DFD followed with a letter of Appreciation to Prestonwood for their many years of the celebration of Dallas Fire-Rescue.
Bill Persefield back for the Win from P.E.T.S (President Elect Training Seminar) presents the banner for the 2024-2025 year - "The Magic of Rotary".  RI President-elect Stephanie Urchick celebrates the magic of Rotary. She says members create that magic with every project completed, every dollar donated, and every new member of Rotary. This theme encourages us to recognize and amplify the power of Rotary in saving lives and making a positive impact in our communities and beyond. While we may not have a magical wand, our collective efforts create transformative change. So let’s continue to weave our magic through service, fellowship, and goodwill! 
INTERACT students Joshua, Karsen, and Nolan, as well as Prestonwood Rotarians, Margaret Silva and DGND Mike Callahan made the delivery of 1000 bottles of water to District PETS to assist with the building of hygiene bags.  One hundred twenty-five bags of the two hundred and fifty bags that were assembled were later delivered to the Austin Street Shelter by Mike Callahan.  The dollies did make it back to the Campbell's.
Mirjana Omeragic, Senior Director of Refugee Services brought an up-close look at Mosaic's Family Services and their Refugee and Family Violence Survivor Programs.  Mirjana emphasized the importance of guiding survivors of human rights abuses through support services, education, and community resources. Their programs assist with various services such as legal counsel, community education, and outreach, but also emergency and transitional housing, clothing, and feeding those in need.  Their clients are victims of family violence, trafficking, refugees, and unaccompanied minors.
Our recent "Roll 'Em Out, Move 'Em Forward" suitcase drive specifically allows those victims to reposition with dignity.  We had a successful project that perhaps we look forward to next year.