Welcome to Cross Timbers Rotary Club!
Cross Timbers

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Fridays at 8:00 AM
Water Works
4040 Riverwalk Dr.
Flower Mound, TX 75028
United States of America
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Vice President
President Nominee
At-Large Rep.
Immediate Past President
At Large Rep.
At Large Rep
Legal Counsel
Leadership Council Chair
At Large Rep
Executive Secretary
Cross Timbers Rotary Club | Community Leaders
Are you an established professional who wants to make a positive change in your community?
Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group of local leaders who share your drive to give back.
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Upcoming Events
Jan 21, 2022 8:00 AM 9:00 AM
Water Works
Jan 26, 2022
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Jan 28, 2022 8:00 AM 9:00 AM
Water Works
Jan 28, 2022 9:15 AM 10:45 AM
Water Works
Feb 18, 2022 Feb 23, 2022
Club Stories

What a wonderful program! Being elected to serve the people of Denton County and fight for the betterment of Texas is something Tan Parker commonly refers to as the highest honor of his professional life.
Thank you to everyone who joined us Friday, October 29th at Water Works Hall to welcome State Representative Tan Parker! He spoke to us about his latest legislative session and how he works to serve the people of Denton County.

We are so thankful that Brian Glenn, a ShelterBox USA Response Team Member, was able to speak to us about how Shelter Boxes and kits are helping people around the world recover from disaster and conflict. Our club also donated money to help give resources to families in need!
Shelter Box is such an amazing, Rotary-grown organization and we are inspired by their passion for helping those who need it most. Visit shelterboxusa.org to learn more or donate.

Unity begins with you!
Cross Timbers Rotary welcomed Ashley Smalley as a guest speaker to emphasize the power of empathy, patience, humility, and enthusiasm. Caring for the people on our team through positivity and optimism helps us unite as a club. We are so thankful for Ashley and all of our fellow Rotarians for meeting with us at Water Works Hall.

Congratulations to the winners of our 4th annual Duck Derby! This was a record year with 30,000 ducks adopted. Thank you to everyone who supported our charitable efforts!
First place through 10th Place:
  1. Robert Alexander
  2. Cheryl Henry
  3. Stephanie Greer
  4. Catarina Weihs
  5. Kristine Hallingstad
  6. Joe Booth
  7. Alyson Dodgen
  8. Carrie Galyean
  9. Phillip Van Guilder
  10. Nancy Peek

The 4th Annual Rhythms at the Riverwalk and Duck Derby event was a HUGE success! This marks our largest Duck Derby yet.
Our sincerest gratitude goes to the 117 event sponsors, everyone who adopted one of our 30,000 ducks, and all of our Rotarians and their loved ones who dedicated their time, treasures, and talents for this event.
We came together as a community to help raise funds for over 25 charitable nonprofit organizations. Next year, we plan on going BIGGER! Mark your calendars now for next year’s event on September 17, 2022!

Join us on the Flower Mound River Walk for the 4th annual Rhythms at the Riverwalk event this Saturday, September 18th!
Get ready for a day full of family fun. Enjoy duck derby, food trucks, music, children's activities, vendor booths, and more. Cheer on 30,000 yellow rubber ducks as they race towards the finish line. The first lucky duck wins a $2,500 gift card! The second through tenth place winners will also receive prizes.
This event is the signature fundraiser for our club. Help us support several local nonprofit organizations by adopting ducks for the duck race.
Adopt your ducks at the event!

On Friday, September 10th, our club welcomed Jason Morgan, a retired Staff Sergeant in the Air Force, as a guest speaker! He is the best-selling co-author of “A Dog Called Hope: The Special Operations Wounded Warrior and the Dog Who Saved Him.”
He is also a national spokesperson for an organization that pairs highly trained service dogs with wounded veterans and has founded Operation Renewed Strength, a nonprofit organization that raises money to benefit disabled veterans.
Our club was delighted to meet Jason and his service dog, Yago, and enjoyed listening to his inspiring story.

On Friday, September 3rd, Cross Timbers Rotary celebrated new duck sales for our 4th annual Rhythms at the Riverwalk event and welcomed four new Rotarians to our club.
We are proud to welcome Derek France, Tami Creeser, Pam Petrides, and Joe Booth to the Cross Timbers Rotary Club! We are beyond excited to serve the community with you.

The countdown to our 4th Annual Rhythms at the Riverwalk event has begun! We would like to thank our top-tier sponsors that are helping us raise money for local nonprofit organizations. We are honored to have each and every one of you support this year's event.
Adopt your ducks online at RhythmsAtTheRiverwalk.com to participate in our annual Duck Race! Winners receive prizes, and all proceeds will support our community.

Cross Timbers Rotary has been voted the Best Rotary in Denton County! Thank you to our community members, friends, and Rotarians for taking the time to vote for us. We couldn't be more grateful for your support.

Thank you to all of the wonderful Rotarians that visited Water Works Hall for the August 27th club meeting! Dr. Sujatha Krishnan, the Infectious Disease Medical Director at Medical City Lewisville and Texas Health Flower Mound, spoke to us about the COVID-19 Delta Variant. We are so glad she was able to join us and teach us how to keep ourselves and others around us safe.

Our amazing Rotarians came together at our club's 6th birthday party to give gifts to the UNT PUSH (Persevere UNTil Success Happens) program and the Texas Woman's University Frontiers program.

Our Cross Timber’s Rotary President, Shelly Dodge met with Brenda Sweeten of UNT to present our collective contribution totaling $5,295. It’s incredible to witness the generosity of this club and passion for our non-profit partners!

Happy Birthday to Cross Timbers Rotary!
Our Club had such a great morning celebrating 6 incredible years of community, fellowship, and vision!
We extend our deepest gratitude to our founding members: Andy Eads, Ginger Eads, Lori Fickling, and Lori Walker (founding member not pictured: Chuck Elsey). Your vision continues to inspire and guide this growing club that Serves to Change Lives!
In honor of our 6th birthday, we collected $4895 in donations to help support our newest partners: The PUSH Program at UNT and The FRONTIERS Program at TWU. They are both wonderful organizations that serve to guide foster care alumni through their college careers. They provide supplies, resources, and function as a foundational support system for students who have aged out of foster care.
Thank you to everyone that came out to celebrate with us! Cheers to another amazing Cross Timbers Rotary Year!
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