Posted by Bruce Wood
While The Rotary Club of Humble Generation Block Party has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the club is still raffling off a 2016 mint condition Corvette Stingray coupe (pictured) sponsored by Robbins Chevrolet in Humble and one of ten $250 VISA gift cards. Money raised from the raffle will be donated to local charities and student scholarships. Raffle tickets are $100 each and only 1,100 tickets will be sold. This Corvette Stingray has less than 3,000 miles with a Laguna Blue exterior, 6.2L V8 engine, 8-speed paddle shift auto transmission, remote vehicle-start, jet black interior, QX3 chrome aluminum wheels and a removable carbon fiber roof panel. Tickets may be purchased from any club member or from their website at
This year’s 3rd Annual Generation Park Bock Party at Redemption Square, scheduled for Saturday, May 2 to benefit local charities and schools in the greater Lake Houston area supported by the Rotary Club of Humble and its Summer Creek Satellite Club, has been postponed due to safety concerns regarding the Coronavirus.

However, the club is continuing its fundraising efforts for local charities by raffling off chances to win a mint condition 2016 Corvette Stingray coupe sponsored by Robbins Chevrolet in Humble and one of ten $250 VISA gift cards. Tickets are $100 each. The Corvette has less than 3,000 miles, is a beautiful Rotary blue and is valued at $45,000.
To purchase tickets in support the greater Lake Houston community, ask any Humble Rotarian or purchase them at Your ticket[s] will be mailed to you.
The winning tickets will be drawn on Saturday, May 2.  Less than 1,100 tickets will be sold.  Winners do not need to be present to win. Some restrictions apply (must be 18+, etc., see website for details). Winners will be notified and winning numbers will be listed online.
Rotary provides thousands of dollars annually for local student scholarships, leadership and exchange student programs, non-profit community organizations including Rotary ROSE Group, Family Time Crisis, Mission Northeast, H.A.A.M., Family Promise of Lake Houston, Including Kids, Lake Houston Family YMCA, Village Learning, Society of St. Stephen, re:MIND, Oaks of Righteousness (partial list) and Rotary International public service projects.
Chartered in 1967, The Rotary Club of Humble lives by the motto, “Service Above Self.”  Since then, the club has raised millions of dollars for local charities, scholarships and service projects. The club is recognized as a 501(C)(3) charitable organization serving the greater Lake Houston area. For more information visit them at
About Rotary: The Rotary Club of Humble is a non-profit public service organization where neighbors, friends, business owners and managers share ideas, join leaders and take action to create lasting change. Rotary is a leader in the fight against polio, helping with disaster relief, housing and clean water in developing nations. Rotary Clubs have local activities, social events, and volunteer projects which offer networking opportunities that build personal and professional connections while at the same time serving the community. Rotarians may also extend those networks by visiting other clubs around the globe. Visit to learn more about Rotary’s world