Welcome to the homepage of the Metroport Rotary Club, a group of business professionals and service-minded community members.
Located in the heart of the fastest growing area of the DFW Metroplex, we serve the communities along the Highway 114 corridor, beginning at Southlake and continuing through Haslet.
These are the communities in which we live and work each day and we're always looking for new service-minded individuals to join us in our mission.
Why are we here?
To help make our communities, our country, and our world more peaceful and prosperous.
What do we do?  
  • Support local charities, physically and financially, to help them achieve their missions.  While we often work behind the scenes, the work of our community partners does not.  Whether its helping veterans transition back into civilian life or providing meals for area seniors, Metroport Rotarians are committed to "Service Above Self".
  • Develop tomorrow's community leaders by supporting and leading youth leadership programs.
    • Members facilitate an annual summer youth leadership program, RYLA
    • Our club holds a speech contest each spring for local high school students on the value of the Rotary Four Way Test (of the things we think, say and do).
    • We sponsor Rotary Interact service clubs at both Northwest High School and Westlake Academy
    • We provide scholarships for local graduating seniors based on school performance and community service
Want to learn more?
  • Visit a weekly meeting or one of our service projects.  You can find our upcoming events here.
  • Or if you would like to speak with one of us, send us a note and we'll be happy to answer questions and discuss opportunities.
Meeting Info
DFW Marriott Solana
Building 3, 1301 Solana Blvd.
Westlake, TX 76262
Time: 7:00 a.m.
Date: Each Friday
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