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2020 Rotary “Drive-Thru” Christmas Parade

We are two weeks away from our first-ever Rotary International Clubs of Tyler (RCOT) “Drive-Thru” Christmas Parade. The parade will be held in downtown Tyler and begin at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 5.

The RCOT has a handful of entries left for this year’s parade and will be closing registration tonight. Late registration CLOSES today, 11:59 p.m., will be the deadline for submitting applications. To register a parade entry or read the parade rules and regulations, visit Eventbrite.com or select the direct link here.

Late Registration fees from November 14 to November 20:

  • $50 for all Commercial Entries. Commercial Entries include area businesses and all for-profit entities.
  • $30 for all Non-Commercial Entries. Non-Commercial Entries include marching bands(including school entries from the same school as their band), groups from schools, churches, scouts, civic/service clubs, and all other not-for-profit entities.
  • No Entry Fee for First Responders, including Law Enforcement, Fire, Ambulance, Military, and other similar agencies; and elected and appointed government officials.

2020 RCOT Christmas Parade Route

Christmas Parade Route

This year’s parade theme is “Together, We are Rose City Strong” and winners will be selected in six categories: Best Holiday Theme, Best Band, Most Interactive Entry, Spirit Award, Most Creative Entry, and Best Decorated Vehicle.

The Christmas Parade will be fun for the whole family and everyone is encouraged to attend this festive event! The parade is sponsored by the three Tyler Rotary International Clubs: South Tyler Rotary, Sunrise Rotary, and The Rotary Club of Tyler.

If you have additional questions about parade registration, contact Rotary Parade Chair, Ashlea L. Wilson, at ashleawilson@uttyler.edu or 817-996-1898, or Rotary Admin. Assistant Holly Lewis at tylerrotaryaa@outlook.com or 903-714-4472, or visit the registration site.


The Rotary Club of Tyler

Meeting at Hollytree Country Club
6700 Hollytree Drive
Thursdays, 11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Meeting Fees: $19 per meeting

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 131444
Tyler, TX 75713

Administrative Assistant/Executive Secretary
Holly Lewis
tylerrotaryaa@outlook.com
Voice: 903.714.4472 
Fax: 903.581.6649


The Rotary Club of Tyler Welcomes You!

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The Rotary Club of Tyler has a rich history. It was chartered on May 1, 1920. Many of the most influential persons in East  Texas history were members or officers of the Tyler Rotary Club.

Our club is composed of entrepreneurs, business leaders, civic leaders, and professionals from the fields of medicine, accounting, and the law, among others. We support a number of community and civic projects, as well as projects that bring needed medical attention to some of the most impoverished parts of the world.

If you are in business in Tyler, our club offers you an opportunity to network with like-minded individuals – persons who desire to operate their business affairs on the highest plane of ethics and integrity.

What would it take to change the world? Rotary’s 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to “Service Above Self”.

You are welcome to join us for lunch, a good program, and warm fellowship to experience how our club is contributing to changing the world and those lives in our community, as well.

Thank you for your interest in the Rotary Club of Tyler.

Pamela Walters

President, 2020-2021