Speaker Date Topic
No Speaker- Community service Sep 30, 2021
Chris Matthews (in person) Oct 07, 2021
Reporting for the Wall Street Journal

Chris Matthews, staff reporter for Wall Street Journal

Wayne Staton (In person) Oct 14, 2021
Ending Polio
Wayne Staton was born in the Lynchburg, Virginia area in 1951and lived there most of his life. He contracted polio at the age of 8 months. It left him with a weak right hip and leg.
In high school he was valedictorian of his class. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Physics with honors. After college he started his career in computers and has worked in that field ever since. Since 1999 he has worked at BMC Software, where he is a Lead Technical Support Analyst.
In Virginia, he was a Briefing Leader for the Hunger Project and President of the Boonsboro Ruritan Club in Lynchburg, Virginia. Here in Texas, he is active with Rotary International and Landmark Education. He is a past president of the Rotary Club of Sharpstown.
Wayne is married to Gwen Corolla (past president of the Rotary Club of Memorial-Spring Branch). Together they have 6 grown children, 5 grand-children and 1 one great-child. She and he are partners in making the world a better place.
Wayne became a Rotarian in 2007. He is a Paul Harris Fellow, a Paul Harris Society member, a Polio Plus Society member, a Bequest Society member, and a Major Donor. He is the past District 5890 Polio Plus Chair. In 2014 he was District 5890 Rotarian of the year and has twice been named his club Rotarian of the year. In 2016 he received the Regional Service Award for a Polio-Free World from Rotary International.
Ken Lambert Oct 21, 2021
Avoiding the Funeral Trap
Avoiding the Funeral Trap

Decisions made in the first few minutes after a death occurs, can cost a family thousands, and often tens of thousands, more than they would normally spend. Statements made to authorities and funeral providers can easily set a family on a path that leads to manipulation, price gouging, and mistakes the family may regret for generations.

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No Morning Meeting Oct 28, 2021
Twila Carter (in person) Nov 04, 2021
The Astros Foundation
The Astros Foundation

Twila Carter enters her eighth season as Senior Vice President of

Community Affairs and Executive Director of the Astros Foundation. She
made the transition to baseball in 2011 with Jim Crane’s purchase of the
Astros franchise and has worked with The Crane Group in various
capacities since 1998. The Astros Foundation has received numerous
awards and recognition during her tenure.  In 2017, the foundation received
the Allan H. Selig Award for Philanthropic Excellence, Major League
Baseball’s highest honor and recognition of the charitable efforts of its
clubs. The award recognized the Community Leaders program, a
cornerstone initiative that supports youth baseball and softball throughout
Greater Houston.
Prior to her current role, Twila served as the project manager for many
Minute Maid Park renovations and the development of numerous projects
for Crane Capital Group, including the building of the Crane Worldwide
headquarters.
She currently serves on the boards of AVDA-Aid to Victims of Domestic
Abuse, Family Time Crisis and Counseling Center, The Texas Council on
Family Violence, USO Houston and the YMCA of Greater Houston. She
also serves on corporate advisory councils for Houston Area Women’s
Center and Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation.  She was named
one of the 2017 Top 30 Influential Women of Houston, the 2016 Inspire
Women’s “Business Woman of the Year”, 2014 Kingwood Women of
Achievement for Community Service and received the 2013 State
Community Service Award from the Texas Daughters of the American
Revolution.

Rep. Ann Johnson (In person) Nov 11, 2021
Texas Legislative Update and Q&A
Texas Legislative Update and Q&A

Texas State Representative District 134
Representative Ann Johnson is a former Chief Human Trafficking Prosecutor, current teacher, and small business owner who works as an attorney in our criminal justice system for victims of sexual exploitation and those who cannot afford a lawyer. Ann is honored to have been elected to serve as State Representative for Texas House District 134 in 2020. Texas Tribune said "Democrat Ann Johnson, of Houston, offered thoughtful legislation and proved remarkably effective at working with Republican lawmakers."

No Morning Meeting Nov 25, 2021
No Morning Meeting Dec 23, 2021
No speaker- Members fellowship Dec 30, 2021
No Morning Meeting Jan 27, 2022
No Morning Meeting Feb 24, 2022
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