Rotary Club of Omaha Suburban


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Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
7220 F St
Omaha, NE  68127
United States
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Bring someone from work you want to appreciate! Cost is $15 and includes cookies for dessert.
(Email Jennifer your guest's name if you would like a name tag ready)
Todd Baker
"Baker's Candies- A Sweet Meeting"
Invocator: Jeff Moran
11:15 Greeter: Leah Koch
11:45 Greeter: Jason Currie
Chair of the Day: Terri Greenwood

Last week Ashley Baker and Sarah Kalhorn-Wisecup served as greeters.  Mike Langford gave the invocation.  We had several announcements and two new member introductions. Roxy Orr recognized Lyle Sapp as the "Light up Rotary" member of the day.  Nick Jasa introduced Marlene Sullivan as the "Rotarian of the Day".  Mike Langford introduced Brig. General Paul Tibbets IV who talked about the role of air support and the modern military.  He also talked about his grandfather and his role in WWII.  The risk bag was at $153 and Judy Cline won a free lunch.

Last week David Kutler introduced us to new member Zach Daub.  Zach is the President of Diversified Properties, a property development and management company.  He has been with Rockbrook Village since 2000 and his latest project is Midlands Place in Papillion.
Zach is married to Lisa and they have three children.  He holds a Finance degree from UNO.  In his free time, he drives kids to club soccer and enjoys watching them play.  Welcome, Zach!

Last week Howard Shrier introduced us to new member Taylor Breen. Taylor is a Commercial Lender at American National Bank out of Papillion.  Taylor holds a degree in Finance from Truman State University. He recently relocated to Omaha from Cincinnati to work at American National Bank. 
Taylor is getting married in August to Whitney who is finishing up her Master's as a Nurse Practitioner.  In his free time, Taylor is an assistant coach for a Kingswood 14 and under baseball team. He also enjoys playing basketball and being on the lake. Welcome, Taylor!

We are continuing to recognize members of the 2015 President's Scholarship Circle.  Thank and congratulations to Norm Kerr, Bill Corcoran (Nick Jasa presenter) and Will Prout!

Thank you to all those who donated during Omaha Gives! We raised $8965 for our local Foundation and can expect more from matching funds.  Thank you for your generosity!

Connect your business with Suburban Rotary members!
ADVERTISE  in the Rotary Roster and you will be in the  
  • Categorical  Index of Advertisers in the ROSTER
  • Suburban Rotary Roster Advertisers HANDOUT!   
AND your LOGO will be on the Website and Scuttlebutt.
Just imagine, when a member needs a certain good or service,  how easy it will be for members to find you or any other member business category. These listings will be the place to go! 
These reasonable ads support the administrative costs of your club. Click here for sizes and cost.
Commit today!  Ad Copy Deadline June 11, 2015! More details?  Kay Farrell, 402-554-1190

Mark your calendar for our next After Hours hosted by Dave Kerber at Agape Red on June 4th in the Old Market.
*Please note date change.


Lunch sponsors are needed for sponsoring our speaker/student lunches for the month of May and June and the 2015-2016 Rotary year (pick your month!) Cost is $125 and includes recognition in the newsletters, website, and the meetings for that month.  Contact Jennifer if you'd like to be a sponsor.



ATTENDANCE at Suburban Rotary needs to be at 50% of the meetings. Make-ups also count. 


ONLINE MAKE-UPS Have you checked this out? If you sometimes find it hard to attend a make-up meeting locally or while out of town, check out the option and opportunity of making up a Rotary meeting 24/7 via the internet. You will find this information at for more information.  Check your attendance status anytime on our website. 

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