Meeting Info

The Exchange Club of Lake Highlands meets every Friday morning at 7:00 a.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 10110 Shoreview Dr., Dallas, TX 75238.  


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Our Purpose

The Exchange Club of Lake Highlands is an affiliate of the National Exchange Club. The original purpose of “Exchange” was to create grass roots organizations for the exchange of ideas leading to community involvement and enhancement. Locally, this objective has been refined over the years to specifically focus our efforts on community service to others, particularly support for our schools, public safety first responders, neighborhood non-profits and projects that improve the Lake Highlands community.

ECLH Gives $142,000 in Awards to 46 students

Exchange Club Scholarship Winners 2017

Exchange Club Scholarship Winners 2017

The Exchange Club of Lake Highlands honored recipients of their annual awards and scholarships at LHHS Senior Awards Night Thursday, with more than $140,000 in grants going to 35 graduating Wildcats. In each category, the Club made its selections based on academic achievement (and the often challenging surrounding circumstances), involvement and leadership in community and extra-curricular activities, financial need and interview performance.    See the list of recipients. 

Oktoberfest a Big Success

  Lake Highlands Oktoberfest was held September 30th at Flag Pole Hill. We experienced another record year setting new marks for attendance, sales and revenue. Over 9000 people helped us reach ticket and wristband sales of over $208,000. Those sales in addition to the sponsorship income allowed ECLH to generate over $101,000 in net income after subtracting the event's expenses.

Meeting Recap

Retired Marine Corps Colonel Tony Wood shifted from Exchange Club member to honored speaker Friday as the group celebrated Veterans Day. All over the country, November is recognized as “One Nation Under God” month each year. After the Color Guard of Lake Highlands’ Boy Scout Troop 890 led the pledge and LHHS’ Espree sang “The Star Spangled Banner,” Wood posed the question, “What is a hero?” “Someone who is scared but goes ahead and does what needs to be done,” said the … read more

Exchange Club of Lake Highlands members recognized four outstanding Lake Highlands High School students Friday for their accomplishments and actions both inside and outside of the classroom. Zhanirina Hall and Matthew Hughes received Character Counts Awards, and Katie Gray and Jacob Seddelmeyer were named Students of the Month. Zhanirina is the daughter of Shalon Hall, and Matthew is the son of David and Beverly Hughes. Both students received high praise from LHHS Principal Dr. Joshua Delich. Katie, daughter of Dawn … read more

On October 27, 2017, we honored the 3rd quarter’s first responders from the Police and Fire Departments.   Driver Engineer Dennis Richter (left in the picture) was presented by Captain Charlie Lopez (right).

Exchange Club of Lake Highlands members recognized outstanding students from Lake Highlands High School at their weekly meeting Friday. Robert Walne, VP of Youth for the Club, presented Tamdan Khuu and Preston Eggert with Character Counts Awards. Tamdan came to America from Vietnam 4 years ago with her parents, Thuyguynh Ngo and Tan Khuu. She hopes to study nursing at Texas Women University. Tamdan is interested in photography and says she’d love to travel the world. If she could go back … read more

September 20, at the KayCee Club, we welcomed Denise McGovern, Vice President of Communications, and Debi Pena, Vice President of People and Facilities, of the Dallas Symphony to discuss the City of Dallas Bond and specifically the proposal that directly impacts them at the Meyerson Symphony Center (Prop F, $14M for repair and improvement of existing cultural & fine arts spaces). Patti Clapp  also gave a short overview of the Dallas Bond Proposal (10 Proposals totaling $1.05B).  Patti Clapp of Dallas is owner and … read more