Experienced professional leaders committed to service and fellowship leading to a positive impact on our community and the world
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Pilot Knob

Seasoned Professional Serving Our Community

We meet In Person & Online
Fridays at 12:00 PM
Wildhorse Grill at Robson Ranch
9400 Ed Robson Blvd
Denton, TX 76207
United States of America
We meet Fridays at noon. All are welcome to join us. Email: info@pilotknobrotary.com.

Welcome to the Pilot Knob Rotary Club

Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.
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On November 10 the Pilot Knob Rotary Club welcomed Victoria Myers as their guest speaker.  Ms. Myers is a rising senior at the Townview School for the Talented and Gifted in Dallas, and a member of the Girl Scouts of America. She is engaged in completing a Gold Award, an individual Girl Scout approved project on any topic that is sustainable and will make the world a better place. She chose a project to clean and beautify the African American/Slave cemetery, Champions-Macadonia in Lewisville TX. Many of the graves, dating back to the 1800s, are unmarked or designated with a grouping of rocks. Victoria shared her vision with the membership to clean up the cemetery, obtain funding to add benches, light posts, fencing and an entry archway and informational markers. We were immediately on board to assist with her project. Her specific ask was the donation of white wooden crosses to mark as many of the graves as possible. Under the direction of David Ford and Web Bliss we assembled in Web’s garage to cut, sand and paint one hundred crosses to place in the cemetery. 
The crosses were placed on January 6 during a general cleanup of the cemetery with the reveal of the first phase of the cemetery’s beautification on January 20. Nathan Danforth, completing an Eagle Scout project, joined Victoria’s efforts  and in addition to the crosses, the cemetery was cleaned up, a new fence with an entrance gate installed, signage was added to IH35 service road, and a flagpole installed. Nathan also researched the veterans buried there and added informational markers to those graves.
On January 23 the Denton County Commissioner’s Court honored Victoria, Nathan and their sponsor, Jackie Shaw, with proclamations for their efforts to beautify the Champions-Macadonia Cemetery.  The Pilot Knob Rotary Club was honored to participate in this project and commend Victoria and Nathan for their leadership and dedication to improving the community.
Pilot Knob Rotary Club is a group of experienced professional leaders committed to service and fellowship leading to a positive impact on our community and the world. We meet each Friday at Noon in the Wildhorse Grill.
You may have some old phones, laptops and other rechargeable devices that you’re wondering what to do with. Only 17% of these are properly recycled and they can have a second life.
The Pilot Knob Rotary Club is sponsoring a recycling drive on April 22, Earth Day, from 10am till 5pm at various locations throughout the county. including.If you’re up for even more fun, we’re also working with the Denton Rotary Club to have a central drop-off at the Fairgrounds during their craft beer festival to benefit Shiloh Field Community Garden with extended hours from 1-8pm. The Fairgrounds are right behind Kroger at Carroll Blvd and University (Route 380.)
Pilot Knob Rotary is glad to announce that
Walter (Web) Bliss has volunteered to coordinate our blood drives.  His efforts will be greatly appreciated as we conduct these regular activities.  Web is one of our newest members.  So take a moment to ask him about opportunities to donate blood at our upcoming drives.
Pilot Knob Rotarians celebrated our first New Officer Installation and Banquet ceremony as a chartered club on June 23rd.
Outgoing Charter President Karen McDaniels congratulated incoming President, Jack Kearney and presented him with his President’s pin. Special guest PDG and Pilot Knob Sponsor, Peter Scott joined in the celebration. Member Mike Weaver and Mannix O’Connor provided live music. 
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Mannix O'Connor
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Mannix O'Connor
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Karen McDaniels
Apr 02, 2021
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Karen McDaniels
Mar 01, 2021
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Karen McDaniels
Mar 01, 2021


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