Letter From The President
First I want to extend a huge “Thank You” to everyone who attended the National Convention but a special thank you to all those that contributed by taking care of the airport pick ups and drop offs, manning the welcome table and working the hospitality suite. With everyone's contributions and performances by Bill and Kim Nash and Billy Dawson, we won “Best Hospitality Suite” again! We have quite an impressive collection of banners!
An extra special thank you goes to the committee that worked for over a year to make sure everything ran smoothly. This committee was chaired by Dorothy Nall and Marjorie Evans and included Gerald Franklin, Barbara Carmichael, Jackie Clark, Mike Reichek, Brenda Robinson, Susan Schwartz, Steve Wells and myself.
Our district had an outstanding year under the leadership of our “Outstanding District President” award winner, Mike Reichek! Our plan is to continue the momentum into this year and continue to focus on growth and retention. We need to strengthen our smaller clubs, build new clubs and keep the members we have. Your District leadership team is here to help you achieve your goals. Please do not hesitate to contact your Division Director or any other member of the board with any questions/concerns you have.
Because it has been such a successful campaign, the Exchange Strong theme will continue this year. Please continue to post your pictures on social media with the hashtag #ExchangeStrong!
I look forward to visiting all of your clubs soon. Please make sure I am included on your club newsletter distribution list and any emails about upcoming events. I would love to come help you with a project or fund raiser! I am honored to serve as your District President and look forward to another outstanding year!
Texas Louisiana Gulf Cost District
America's Service Club
The National Exchange Club – a service organization with 700 clubs and more than 20,000 members throughout the United States and Puerto Rico – celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2011. Founded in 1911 in Detroit by business leaders who wanted to “exchange” ideas on making their community better, the Exchange Club moved its headquarters to Toledo in 1917.
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