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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Great program yesterday, Thursday, August 11, as Assistant US Attorney Rick Calvert spoke to a packed house on the 2020 murder of local business executive Jamie Faith. Crazy twists and turns...leading to a high-profile trial and successful prosecution!
 
CFB Rotary has a long tradition of outstanding leadership. When John Dodd finished his term as Club President on June 30, three successors moved up one space in the well-planned line of succession. Matt Wenthold became President, Laurie Wilson became President Elect, and John Chollampel became Secretary, shown above, in reverse order. If all goes according to plan, Laurie will become President in July 2023, and John in July 2024. 
 
Huge thanks to the North Texas Tollway Authority for a fascinating update during lunch today at CFB Rotary. Assistant Director for Public Affairs Angelica Solana and CEO James Hofman explained what the NTTA is up to and answered questions about plans for the future. They are shown center being welcomed by Rotarian John Mahalik (who also chairs the NTTA Board), Rotary Program Director Charles Heath, and Club President Matt Wenthold. 
 
Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce invited CFB Rotary to attend their annual Economic Development Luncheon at Brookhaven Country Club on Thursday, July 14. Rotarians participated in all aspects of the program and heard updated reports from economic development officials for Addison, Carrollton, and Farmers Branch. 
 
CFB Rotarian Matt Pasant was recently recognized by Rotary District 5810 as a "Star Award Winner." The Star Award is presented to Rising Rotarians who demonstrate outstanding leadership and service. Matt is shown here with (L-R) Bob Epstein, District Governor Howard Templin, and Dick Calvert.
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Speakers
Lisa Rigby
Aug 18, 2022 11:45 AM
"Woven Health Clinic"
Program Coordinator
Aug 25, 2022 11:45 AM
"CFBISD Mentor Program"
Larry Patterson
Sep 08, 2022 11:45 AM
"Construction and Benefits of Ralph Hall Lake"
Tyler Emler
Sep 15, 2022 11:45 AM
"Essilor Foundation-Update on No-Cost Glasses"
Lt. Col. Marc Liebman
Sep 22, 2022 11:45 AM
"Evacuation of Afghanistan"