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.

The Exchange Club Awards Scholarships

 
The Exchange Club of Lake Highlands has presented its annual scholarship awards to graduating Seniors at Lake Highlands High School.  These were presented at a breakfast at Lake Highlands United Methodist Church on May 18, 2018, Fifty three awards totaling $153,000 were presented. Since the inception of this program in 1971 over $2,400,000 in awards have been presented by the club.
 
Thanks to Scholarship Chairman Gale Lewis and his committee members for an outstanding job. Thanks to committee chairman Ted Steinke for his usual great job (his 23rd year to participate). And thanks to Steve White and Joan Poole for the pictures. And a special thanks to our outside contributors and scholarship sponsors.

Fourth of July Parade

The Lake Highlands neighborhood turned out in force for the 2018 July 4th Parade and Carnival. See the story and pictures from Carol Toler of the Advocate. https://lakehighlands.advocatemag.com/2018/07/photos-exchange-clubs-fourth-of-july-parade-events-education/  BE SURE TO CLICK ON "SEE MY PHOTOS OF THE DAY" TO SEE ALL OF THEM.

Latest News Releases

The Lake Highlands neighborhood turned out in force for the 2018 July 4th Parade and Carnival. See the story and pictures from Carol Toler of the Advocate. https://lakehighlands.advocatemag.com/2018/07/photos-exchange-clubs-fourth-of-july-parade-events-education/  BE SURE TO CLICK ON “SEE MY PHOTOS OF THE DAY” TO SEE ALL OF THEM.

We met at the Kaycee Club on Thursday evening, June 14, to induct the 2018-2019 officers. The new slate will serve from 7-1-18 to 6-30-19. Pictured are — Front Row– (L to R) Chris Halpin (Secretary), Gale Lewis (President Elect),                      Chris Poteet (President), Patrick Brown (Past President)                      Doug Rabe (Treasurer), Brent Basden Middle Row–(L to R) Carlin Volkmer, Nathan Trifone, Jimmy Conway, John Torres,                      Bill Boyd Back Row—(L to R) -Paul Elkjer, Ric Moseley, Jason Edgerton, Jeff Jacobie read more

Friday, June 22nd at Healing Hands Ministries Healing Hands Ministries (HHM) extends the hand of God to bring quality medical and dental care to the underserved residents of Dallas County. In 2007, HHM opened their doors at their facility on Royal Lane at Greenville Avenue, with a mostly volunteer staff that served those in need in our community one day a month.  By 2016, their clinic employed a staff of 45 to offer medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare to more read more

Our speaker Friday., June 8 the KayCee was Dallas Police Department – Chief of Police, U. Renee Hall. Chief U. Reneé Hall is the 29th Chief of Police for the City of Dallas, Texas. She is the first woman to ever hold this position. During her brief tenure with the Dallas Police Department, Chief Hall has made prominent steps to transform the department to reflect 21st Century policing by streamlining the department’s organizational structure, and to strengthen effective policy processes. Chief read more

Parents, teachers and school board members joined the Exchange Club of Lake Highlands Friday to honor students and teachers who have had a lasting impact in our community. Teacher of the Year Awards went to Deena Gonzalez of Aiken Elementary, Mandee Menefee of Moss Haven, Judy Boone of Wallace Elementary, Amy Burger of White Rock and Todd Paquette of Lake Highlands High. Youth of the Year were Katie Gray and Colt Brock. A.C.E. Awards (Accepting the Challenge of Excellence) went to read more