We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
OakBend Medical Center
1705 Jackson St.
Richmond, TX  77469
United States
 
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Rotary Richmond, TX is excited to announce that OakBend Medical Center is our new home for weekly meetings starting Tuesday, July 11, 2017, at 11:50am. 

OakBend will provide the key amenties that our club needs such as location, size, security of Rotary property and a flexible menu at $15 per meal.

 We look forward to growing our new relationship with OakBend!

 

Rotary Richmond, TX sincerely thanks AccessHealth, Clancy's Public House and Maime George Community Center for their  assistance during our search and selection process. Each were welcoming, hospitable, supporters of Rotary Richmond, TX. When you visit these locations or meet with any of their staff members, please express our appreciation and our continued support of their business and their value to the Richmond community.

Swinging Door Fort Bend Country Club will host our last meeting on June 27th. Since July 4th falls on Tuesday, we will not conduct our first meeting at OakBend until July 11th. Additional, details will be distributed to all members as they are finalized in the coming days.

Robbie Weinhardt is a former professional baseball pitcher for the Sugar Land Skeeters as well as a former MLB pitcher for the Detroit Tigers. He made his debut for the Tigers in 2010 after being drafted in the 10th round in 2008. The Pearland native was originally drafted in the 38th round by the Houston Astros in 2007. Weinhardt pitched in 30 games for the Tigers in 2010 and 2011, earning a 2-2 overall record.
After reaching the big leagues, Weinhardt pitched in two seasons for the Sugar Land Skeeters. In 2016, he helped the team win its first Atlantic League Championship in franchise history. Weinhardt is currently a member of the Skeeters front office staff as a sales manager.
Fort Bend Seniors (FBS) is one of Fort Bend County’s oldest non-profit organizations and was born in 1974 by community leaders. During their first year of service, FBS provided 20,000 hot meals. By 1976, the program became a non-profit organization and in 1981, Fort Bend Seniors joined the United Way of Texas Gulf Coast. FBS is accredited through the Meals on Wheels Association of America as a Certified Nutritional Program.
 
Through the years, Fort Bend Seniors has evolved and now provides Meals on Wheels services to over 1,000 seniors daily from six site locations throughout Fort Bend County and a site in Waller County. Fort Bend Seniors is the only organization that provides Meals on Wheels to all persons 60 years of age and over regardless of income, even though 85% of FBS’ clients live at or below the poverty level.
 
Today, FBS provides comprehensive services and programs including Meals on Wheels, congregate meals, transportation, case management, health screenings, information and referral services, recreation and more. Each of these programs and services enable area seniors to remain in their homes and continue to be an integral part of the community for as long as possible. Fort Bend Seniors looks forward to the next thirty-five years of helping seniors remain independent by providing necessary services and resources to improve their quality of life.
 

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