About the Commerce Club

Welcome to our Club!

Commerce

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Church of Christ Fellowship Hall
1900 Culver Street
Commerce, TX  75428
United States

Phone:
(903) 662-8454
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Upcoming Presentations
Ty Lake, fmr McKinney Main St. Director
Feb 28, 2018
How Downtown McKinney was transformed
CISD Top 5% Luncheon
Apr 04, 2018
 
 
Here's the latest from the Commerce Club!
The Commerce Rotary Summer Reading Program is a program that is open to all Pre-K through 5th grade students in the area.  The local library is in charge of the theme and all preparation for this six week long program.
 
 
2018 Flag Holidays:
-Memorial Day
-Flag Day
-Independence Day
-Labor Day
-Veterans' Day
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Interim Treasurer
Secretary
Corresponding Secretary
Sergeant-at-Arms
Club Admin/Programs Chair
Rotary Foundation Chair
Membership Chair
Flag Program Chair
Community Image/PR
Bulletin/Website Editor
 
 
 
 
Commerce Rotary on Twitter
 
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