Club Meetings
As we are under the City of
Dallas Stay at Home order
our meetings will be online
Every Thursday at noon.
Please call Michelle
Goldstein at 214.695.9251
for our weekly link and 
Visitors always welcome!
Soon to return to our 
normal Thursday meeting
at noon at:

Registration 11:45 AM
Lunch/program 12:00 PM
Centrum Building
3102 Oak Lawn (click for map)
Entrance on Cedar Springs
Free underground parking on Wellborn 
Free surface parking Oak Lawn United Methodist
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May our love for one another be more infectious than any virus dares to be! 
We are happy to announce our merger with the Trinity Club of Dallas.  We will continue to operate as Rotary Club of Dallas Uptown.
Happy New Year everyone!  Meetings will resume at noon on Thursdays starting January 9th.  See you next week.
We are so lucky to have such a dynamic District Governor, Beverly Grogan.  She visited our club in early September and gave us a shot of energy for the upcoming rotary year.  I was especially moved by Rotary's commitment to flexibility with meetings this year.  No longer are we the staid Rotary who demands our participants attend weekly meetings, but encourages members to attend what they can, when they can.  This isn't your parent's rotary.
The Sixth Annual
November 2, 2019
4:00PM - 7:00PM
Delicious and tempting food prepared by our "celebrity chefs," exciting live and silent auctions, wine pull featuring excellent labels and varietals, live music and MORE!
The event will be held at
The Lawley Art Group
1507 Dragon St, Dallas, TX 75207
June 28, 2019
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Dallas-Uptown's 2019-2020 officers. Best wishes for President Keith Mankin and his team!
March 28, 2019
Today, Uptowners welcomed a new member, Rotarian Paul Gorman, who transferred San Diego!
Photo: New Member Paul Gorman, Club President Durane Castleberry, and Past President Dave Helfer.
March 14, 2019
Today's guest was Lili Kellogg from Equest, the horse therapy organization. Their mission is "To enhance the quality of life for children and adults with diverse needs by partnering with horses to bring hope and healing through equine assisted activities and therapies." For more information, click here.
February 28, 2019
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Today, we celebrated Rotarian Owen Devlin for his ongoing support of the Rotary Foundation with his 5th Paul Harris award! Also, Uptowners enjoyed today’s guest speaker, Noel Mendoza, Trafficking Outreach at Mosaic Family Services.
Top Photo: Uptown Rotary President Durane Castleberry with Rotarians Owen Devlin and District Foundation Chair Randy Watkins
Bottom Photo: Noel Mendoza with Mosaic Family Services
January 17, 2019
Today, Uptowners were treated to the double installation of Michelle Goldstein and Karen Smaha. WELCOME, Michelle and Karen!
Photo: Owen Devlin, Griffin Colley, Michelle Goldstein, Karen Smaha, Charles Mohrle, Club President Durane Castleberry, Past President Dave Helfer, President-Elect Keith Mankin


Contact Randy Watkins for more information. 





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November 29, 2018
Dallas Uptown Rotary-inducted a new member today. Welcome to Eric Haar! Our featured speaker- Richardson HS Alumni Hall of Fame Member and renowned Artist-Jon Flaming (RHS 81). Jon shared his art work, his work for John Wayne's family, and he shared some wonderful stories about Texas. His work can be found at many museums, such as the San Angelo Museum of Fine Art. He also has pieces at 2 Richardson restaurants: 1050 BarBQ and Tricky Fish. For more information on Jon Flaming and his work, click here.
Top photo: PP Dave Helfer inducts new member Eric Haar
Middle photo: Program Chair Vincent Lajoie and guest speaker, artist Jon Fleming
Lower photo: Jon Flaming painting, Modern Cowboy Series
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Today's speaker at Dallas Uptown Rotary- Capt Marc Liebman, US Navy (Retired). Today's topic: "N.Korea-The Truth, The Threat, The Options." He has authored 6 novels and has #7 coming out soon!
September 27, 2018
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Today, Dallas-Uptown member Owen Devlin lead a discussion with important information about the Rotary Foundation.  
During the past 100 years, the Foundation has spent $3 billion on life-changing, sustainable projects.

Rotary's 35,000 clubs carry out sustainable service projects that support our six causes: Promoting peace, providing clean water, saving mothers & children, supporting education, growing local economies, and fighting disease.

Also, the support from you and your fellow Rotarians have helped wipe out 99.9 percent of all polio cases. For more information on the Rotary Foundation, go here.
Photo: PP Randy Wadkins, Club President Durane Castleberry, member Owen Devlin
September 20, 2018
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This week’s program was an inspirational story from Christina Rossini about being a living kidney donor and her work with the National Kidney Foundation. For more information about the National Kidney Foundation, go here.
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