Rotary Club of Marshall
"Where SERVICE is always Center Stage"

Marshall is starting a new Interact Club!  Stacy Adams has made the initial contact with MISD to start a new Interact club at the high school, and agreed to be the initial contact and adviser in getting it up and running.  
What is Interact?  Interactors take action, build international understanding, and make new friends around the world.  They develop leadership skills while they discover the power of Service Above Self, and find out how serious leadership can be seriously fun!

What does it mean for our club? 
1. In part it means that we have a fresh resource/partner for some of our own projects and an opportunity to mold future Rotarians in our image.
2. An Interact club is a Rotary club sponsored organization of young people, ages 12 to 18, whose purpose is to provide opportunity for them to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding and leadership development skills.
3. An Interact club is organized, sponsored and supervised by a Rotary club or clubs and is established following the endorsement of the governor and upon certification and recognition by Rotary International; it can be created and sustained in no other way, and its continued existence depends upon the continued sponsorship of its sponsor Rotary club and continued recognition by Rotary International.
4. Each Interact club shall be strongly encouraged to mention after its own name “sponsored by the Rotary club of (name).”
5. Within the framework established by Rotary International, the sponsor Rotary club is responsible for organizing the Interact club and for providing it with guidance and counsel thereafter and has complete control and supervision over all activities, policies, and programs of the Interact club; sponsor Rotary clubs shall determine the meeting format of the Interact club and approve any changes in meeting format.
6. Where the Interact club is school-connected, control and supervision by the sponsor Rotary club shall be exercised in full cooperation with the school authorities, with the understanding that such clubs are subject to the same regulations and policies established by the school authorities for all student organizations and extracurricular activities of the school.
7. All Interact club activities, projects, and programs shall at all times be conducted in harmony with the policies of Rotary International; continued sponsorship of an Interact club by a Rotary club and recognition of it by RI are contingent thereon.
Louraiseal McDonald Marshall Rotary President 2017-18The Marshall News Messenger reports on Marshall Rotary Club's first African American female President. 
 
 The Rotary Club of Marshall, Texas, installed its first African American female President - Harrison  County's family and consumer sciences county extension agent, Louraiseal McDonald. 
 
 Louraiseal is excited about her term as President of Marshall Rotary Club.  "I'll be the club's 98th  President, sixth female President and the first African American female President, she said " What an  honor."
 
 "This club will be 100 years old in 2019" she added.  "That's a major milestone."

ParadeOfFlagsMarshall Rotary Club's 2017 "Parade of Flags" will be the Sixth year of "Showing our colors" in Marshall.  This community service project is the club's way of showing that the people and businesses in Marshall really care and respect the sacrifices being made by the men and women of the armed forces, past, present and future.

As a sign of our respect for the gallant men and women who serve our country in the military, our diplomats and staff who serve in harms way all over the world, as well as all of the Law Enforcement officers who protect us here at home; Rotary clubs across the nation recite the Pledge of Allegiance at every meeting.

Rotary Club of Marshall members proudly subscribe to and participate in this project. They secure the best flags, (Made in USA) assemble the flags, displaying them over seven patriotic holidays each year. This year, Marshall Rotarians have assembled, marked and mounted over 750 American flags to be distributed to over 173 locations in Marshall 

We would like to invite you to participate in The Rotary Club of Marshall’s Parade of Flags by subscribing to and proudly displaying the American flag in front of your place of business or in your neighborhood. Please join the Rotary Club of Marshall and make the City of Marshall, Texas become a wave of the Red, White, and Blue, on each of the flag holidays listed below: 
  • President’s Day Feb 15, 2017 (3rd Monday in February)
  • From Memorial Day, May 30, 2017 through Independence Day July 4th (includes Flag Day)
  • From Labor Day Sept. 5, 2017 Through Patriot’s Day Sept. 11
  • Veteran’s Day, Nov 11, 2017

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Rotary Club of Marshall, Texas USA

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Panola-Harrison Electric Cooperative
410 E Houston Street
Marshall, TX  75670
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