Welcome to Carrollton-Farmers Branch Rotary

The Carrollton-Farmers Branch club was chartered on November 30, 1960 and will celebrate its 60th birthday this year. Our club is made up of 70 business and civic leaders that meet each week and enjoy an informative program about many different interesting topics. Our club meets on Thursdays at Brookhaven Country Club at 11:45 a.m. for lunch. Come Join Us! 
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The new Veterans Room at Dallas College Brookhaven is open! CFB Rotary President John Dodd joins Brookhaven President Linda Braddy, Dallas College Senior Manager of Veteran and Military Student Services Jon Tarell, and Farmers Branch Mayor Robert Dye in the official ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, May 12. 
 
CFB Rotary welcomes our newest member, Raytosha Jones. Raytosha serves as Senior Director of Campus Administration at Dallas College, Brookhaven. Originally from Minneapolis, MN, Raytosha and her husband Corey have a six-year-old son. They enjoy all sports! Raytosha is shown above receiving her new member packet from Dick Calvert and Club President John Dodd. 
 
Leigh Ferguson, Club Fundraising Director, is pleased to announce the upcoming CFB Rotary Golf Tournament, June 17, at the Indian Creek Golf Club-The Creek Course. A variety of sponsorship levels are available, beginning with $50 for Amateur Hour and $200 for an Individual Player. Proceeds from the Tournament will benefit CFB Rotary's youth scholarships, our veterans programs, Metrocrest Services, and our Signature Project. Click on the event link for further details and an online registration form. 
 
CFB Rotarians gathered in the new Veterans Room at Dallas College Brookhaven to assemble the service flags that adorn the entry. This space has been specially equipped by CFB Rotary so that Veteran students can gather to study, meet together, and share fellowship while attending Dallas College. Participants included (left to right) Dallas College's LaJuanda Jones, Ben Hogan, Charles Heath, Barry Jordan, Matt Wenthold, Paul Lonquist, Monica Wenthold, Bill Bexley, and Dallas College's Raytosha Jones. 
 
 
CFB Rotary donated a total of $6,330 to Metrocrest Services, in support of their 2022 Building Our Future Capital Campaign. Metrocrest, which assists residents of Addison, Carrollton, Farmers Branch, and Coppell, is constructing a new facility at Josey and Belt Line. Shown above, presenting the final check, are (Left to Right) Matt Wenthold, Mark Sutherland, Tracy Eubanks, Club President John Dodd, Charles Heath, Ben Hogan, and Bill Bexley.
 
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