Welcome to District 5840 - South Central Texas

Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back. Founded in 1912, District 5840 has grown to 57 clubs with over 2,498 members.
News Around District 5840
On September 12, 2019 the International Boundary and Water Commission celebrated the 50th anniversary of Amistad Dam, in Del Rio, Texas.  Speakers from the United States and Mexico presented remarks about the dam and spoke about the importance of the relationship between our two countries. Rotarian Fred Bowers was one of four guest speakers from the United States at this special anniversary event. Fred worked for the general contractor Perini during the construction of Amistad Dam from 1965 to 1969.
Are you seeking dynamic speakers for your Rotary meetings &/or special events?  Are YOU a dynamic speaker with an engaging message?  Please contact PBlankensee@Rotary5840.org -- to get your (& others') names, contact information & topic(s) onto our Rotary 5840 Speakers' Bureau list. 
The Jourdanton Rotary Club participated in our local National Night Out on October 1st, 2019. We had a Festive Fall Bean Bag Toss and gave away assorted colored pencils with ours club’s name engraved on them. We had lots of fun and even let the kids play after our members tried their hand at tossing a few. We are looking forward to participating again next year.
Rotarians Chris Kailipaka (top left), Genevieve Flores (far left photo, middle) and (photos directly above, from left) Diane Cosgrove, Johnette Dixon and Trinket Milward all of The Rotary Club of Hondo-D’Hanis, traveled to Del Rio and Acuña, Mexico, joining Boerne Sunrise Rotary Club, Fredericksburg Morning Rotary and Rotary Club of Del Rio to partner with two Rotary clubs in Ciudad Acuña, Mexico, to pack and deliver school supplies provided by the clubs to four kindergarten and elementary schools in Acuña. It was a great two-day international service project which promoted good will and better friendships between our countries and encouraged fun and fellowship between the Rotarians.
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