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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.

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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.  

Join Us

If you are interested in joining The Exchange Club of Lake Highlands, click here to download the form.

Welcome to the New ECLH Website

Our new website is designed to keep you and the Lake Highlands community up-to-date on what's happening in the club as well as the neighborhood. Scroll through the new welcome page and discover links to upcoming events, recaps of recent meetings, and photo galleries of our big events.

Coming soon will be the Member's Only area where you'll find important information just for our members.

Let us know what you think. We'd love to hear from you.

Contribution Requests

Thank you for your interest in requesting a financial contribution or other assistance from The Exchange Club of Lake Highlands (ECLH). The ECLH Board of Directors considers financial requests on a biannual basis. To request financial assistance from ECLH, please submit the attached form on or before the following dates:
Fall Submission Deadline: October 1, 2013
Spring Submission Deadline: March 1, 2014

Download the PDF of the Exchange Club of Lake Highlands Contribution Request

Upcoming Events

  1. December 26, 2014
    December 26 @ 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
  2. January 2, 2014
    January 2, 2015 @ 7:00 am - 8:00 am
  3. January 9, 2015
    January 9, 2015 @ 7:00 am - 8:00 am

Meeting Recaps

Reed Wilcox and Frank Miller presented Character Counts and Youth of the Month awards for December to four LHHS students. Character Counts awards were presented to Ritchie Manalasias, son of Angie Manalasias; and to Mallory Hicks, daughter of Sherry and John Hicks.  Youth of the Month awards were given to Diana Monyancha, daughter of Anna Omenyo; and to Mason Murray, son of Carolyn and Mark Murray. Pictured are: LHHS Principal Frank Miller, Ritchie Manalasias, Mallory Hicks, Diana Monyancha, Mason Murrray, … read more

LHHS Basketball Coach, Holly Mulligan, brought her 4 team captains and told about this year’s team. The team is raising funds for a tournament trip over the Christmas holidays.  Martin Marietta Corporation had donated 4 tickets to the February 2nd Mavericks game along with parking. Bob Johnston was able to auction them off to Jack Cleaveland for $1,000 which will be applied to the team’s travel expenses. Pictured: Coach Holly Mulligan, Team Captains Sidney Lyons, Cayla Gray, Maggie Morgan and Claudia … read more

  Brent Basden presented Quarterly Police and Fire Department awards. Sergeant Keitric Jones presented the police award to Officer Bervin Smith. He was honored for all the work he does in developing good community relations in the Lake Highlands area. Chief Chris Williford presented the fire department award to Officer David Lindsey, a 33 year veteran driver. He was honored for his loyalty to the department and his outside community work. Congratulations! Pictured: Sergeant Ketric Jones, Officer Bervin Smith, Officer … read more

Our featured speaker was Colonel Anthony (Tony) Wood, who retired in 1998 after serving 30 plus years in the U. S. Marine Corps in many parts of the world. Although he has many experiences to tell about, he concentrated on telling us about his role in the evacuation of Saigon in 1975.  As a 30 year old Captain, he was in charge of the logistics needed to successfully evacuate 7,000 people from the city before it was overrun by the … read more

The Exchange Club partnered with Highlander School and the Lake Highlands Military Moms to send 37 holiday boxes to LH-connected service personnel. Thanks to all who contributed.