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COVID-19 Statement for the Safety, Health, and Welfare of Our Members and Guests
We have resumed meetings in Columbus Hall, but with specific COVID-19 guidelines in accordance to the CDC and the State of Texas. If you are a visiting Rotarian and would like to attend a meeting, please email the Club President for guidelines and information until meeting COVID restrictions have been lifted.
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Welcome to our Club!

New Braunfels

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Columbus Hall
111 West Landa Street
New Braunfels, TX 78130
United States of America
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We are always happy to have new guests, but please keep in mind that our lunch meetings are for members and by invite only. We request that you be the guest of a current member to attend.
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Mailing Address
Rotary Club of New Braunfels
P.O. Box 310587
New Braunfels, TX  78131 USA
Speakers
Major General (Ret) Craig Timberlake
Dec 02, 2020
Service to Our Nation
Annie Hudspeth
Dec 09, 2020
TBD
Christmas Party
Dec 16, 2020
Christmas Party
Christmas Holiday
Dec 23, 2020
Christmas Holiday
Holiday - No Meeting
Dec 30, 2020
Holiday - No Meeting
Syntina Maloy
Jan 06, 2021
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