Rotary Club of Omaha Suburban

 
 
 

Speakers

Nov 06, 2014
Nov 13, 2014
Creighton Basketball Coach Greg McDermott
Accepting Omahans of the Year Award
Nov 20, 2014
Dec 11, 2014
Tom Miya- WWII Internment Camp Experience
"Gaman- to endure the seemingly unbearable with patience and dignityā€¯
Dec 18, 2014
Jan 22, 2015
Feb 19, 2015
Apr 23, 2015
 

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Welcome to our Club!

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Anthony's
7220 F St
Omaha, NE  68127
United States
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Oct 30, 2014
Lynn Wallin Ziegenbein- Dir. Emeritus of Kiewit Fd
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Lyn Wallin Ziegenbien

Director Emeritus of the Kiewit Foundation

Chair of the Day: Matt Darling

Invocator: Billy Weiland

11:15 Greeter:  Leah Koch

11:45 Greeter: Dan Hosford

 

 

Last week Winsley Durand and Ranny Perez served as Greeters. Jeff Moran gave the invocation.  David Gerard  led the singing.  President Roxy Orr recognized Tom Kerfoot as a Rotarian that "Lights Up Rotary" for being chosen as the Sarpy County Chamber Volunteer of the Year (not to mention an awesome Rotary volunteer). She also recognized Rotarian Amanda Shaeffer and her daughter Josie who have returned to Omaha after Josie underwent multiple heart surgeries after birth in California.  Roxy also offered a toast in celebration of bringing in our 200th and 201st members.   Secretary Nick Jasa introduced Judy Cline as the "Rotarian of the Day".  Ralph Williams introduced Ann Coyne and Julie Delkamiller who talked about the Deaf School in Nicaragua supported by UNO, Rotary, and many private donors.  The RISK bag was at $609 and Winsley Durand won half!

 

 
Last week Grant Stanley introduced us to our 200th member, Adam Nordstrom. Adam is the Executive Director for the Re-Entry Center for Teen Challenge which is a faith-based organization that offers hope and help to those who are struggling with life-controlling addictions. 
 
Adam grew up in Omaha after moving from Rockford, IL.  After graduating from Burke, Adam entered into Teen Challenge, completed the program, did an internship, and has been involved with Teen Challenge ever since.
Adam holds a degree in psychology from Upper Iowa University.  He is also a credentialed minister. Adam is married to Michelle and they have a half-lab/boxer that they walk in their free time. Adam also enjoys wood-working and construction projects.  Welcome, Adam!
 

 
Last week Ron Pearson introduced us to our 201st member, Dr. Dan Schnoes.  Dan is the Chief Administrator for  Educational Service Unit #3.  Dan has 31 years of experience in education as a teacher, coach, principal, and superintendent.  He is married to Connie and they have six children (two of whom serve in the military).  They currently have one grandchild and one on the way.   Welcome, Dan!
 
 

 

Congratulations to Jordan walker who received his permanent badge last week for completing all his Yearlings requirements !

 

 
Last week Judy Cline presented a slideshow showing the results of a Crestridge butterfly garden and landscaping project that was completed by John Hoich/Hoich Enterprises using a District 5650 Rotary grant. $1458 was donated by the Suburban Rotary Foundation to match the the $1458 given by the District. John Hoich also donated another $1000 worth of labor/materials. The signs were donated by Central Welding and Machine. Thank you to Judy Cline for heading up this project!
 

 
Last week Roger Groff presented a slideshow with photos of various groups of soldiers receiving some of the 187 Savings Sidekick books that were donated by Rotarians. Roger hand-delivered these to several groups. Thanks to the generous Rotarians who donated the books!
 

 
Plan to join Rotarians around the Metro Area at the 24th Annual Metro Luncheon featuring Economist Ernie Goss as the keynote speaker.  Guests are welcome! Register at the back at an upcoming meeting.
 
Date: Thursday, November 20th
Time: 11:30-1:30
Location: Ameristar Casino in Council Bluffs
Cost $35 per person. 
 

 
at the back table this week to support the Deaf School in Leon. Please stop by!
 

 
Since we don't meet on Thanksgiving, we are asking you to consider donating your lunch money ($15) from that day to buy an attendance credit (will be used for your next missed meeting) and all the proceeds will go to Polio Plus!
 

 
 

Looking for a way to make your badge easier to wear? Purchase a badge magnet at the back table for $2. Half the sales proceeds will go to Polio Plus.

 

 

 
 

Thank you to Curt Peters/Integrated Solutions for sponsoring our speaker and student lunches for the month of October.

 

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(Let Jennifer know if you'd like to be a sponsor for an upcoming month. Cost is $125 and includes recognition at meetings, on the website, and in the newsletter.)

 

 

Thank you to Nate Schwalb and his staff at Hillsborough Pointe Apartments for holding a fun Halloween-themed After Hours. Members and guests enjoyed mummy dogs, bloody punch and many other "creepy snacks" as well as tours of the remodeled apartments. 

Click here to see all the photos on our Facebook page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Save the date for the November Keep the Kids Warm After Hours at Lindley Clothing on November 20th.   Will feature food from Frank's pizza, beverages, and music by Mark Sanford.  Donations of gently used coats kids and adults are appreciated and cash donations to purchase clothing/coats. 

 

 
 
 
 
 

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 http://www.rotaryeclubone.org for more information.  Check your attendance status anytime on our website. 

 
 
 
 
 
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