Rotary Club of Omaha Suburban

 
 
 

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Apr 30, 2015
May 14, 2015
May 21, 2015
Brig. Gen. Paul W. Tibbets IV
Deputy Dir. for Nuclear Operations, Global Operations Directorate, U.S. Strategic Command, Offutt
May 28, 2015
Jun 18, 2015
Jun 25, 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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Yep, that's how much our club has contributed to the International Rotary Foundation in the 47 years since we were chartered.  Nice job Rotarians!  We hit this milestone last month!
 

 
Julie Cornell
 
"Edward R. Murrow Journalism Award"
 
 
Invocator: Adam Nordstrom
11:15 Greeter: Steve Thornburg
11:45 Greeter:  Jared Wills
Chair of the Day: Judy Cline
 

 
Last week Don Leu and Jason Currie served as Greeters. Aaron Gunderson gave the invocation. Roxy recognized John Ryan  as the "Light Up Rotarian".  We had several announcements. Nick Jasa featured "Cowboy" Eric Dawson as the "Rotarian of the Day".      Edna Brooks-Pittman introduced our outbound exchange students who talked about themselves and the countries in which they will be studying.  The RISK bag was at $33 and Holly Hollenbeck won a free lunch.
 
 
 

 
 
Last week Jeff Bakewell and Julie Livingston recognized Lyle Sapp, Jim Leslie, and Tom Adams for their donations to the Rotary Foundation.
 
Tom Adams was recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow,  which means he has donated at least $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation Annual Fund and/or Polio Plus.   Tom states that he supports the ongoing work of Rotary International because it furthers the providing of good to mankind through its various programs that benefit those who need help.
 
Jim Leslie was recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow +2.  This means that Jim has donated at least $3,000 to TRF.
Jim states that he supports The Rotary Foundation because it embraces and underwrites the concept of “Service above Self”.  Its' record in that regard is one to be praised and emulated.
 
 
Lyle Sapp was recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow +7.   This denotes that Lyle has donated at least $8,000 to TRF.
Lyle informed me that he made his initial donation to TRF because Charlene Tierney (our long time Executive Director, and predecessor to Jennifer) asked him, and you didn’t say no to Charlene.  He has continued to give since that time because the money is used for worthy projects in the world that are being developed by Rotarians from good clubs.
 
 
 
 

 
 

Last week Terri Greenwood recognized Scott Hahn for 1 year of perfect attendance.   Congratulations!

 

 
Sign up to help with Rebuild Omaha. We will be working on a house/yard at around 25th and Martha. We will be doing both outside work (rebuilding a retaining wall) and inside work (painting, repairing window frames,etc.) and all work will be led by skilled contractors. 
 
No special skills required! Please bring your own tools-shovels, gloves, hammers, crowbars, etc.
 
To Sign up go to the website: www.suburbanrotary.org, click on the CALENDAR link on the main page (top of the page) then click on the event on the calendar. Then on the left it will say SHIFT SIGN-UPS. Click there and select 8-12 or 12-4.  You are welcome even if you can't stay the whole time.
 
Questions, please contact Dave Kerber- 402-312-1143 or dave@agapered.com
 

 
Thank you to all those who donated to our Annual Suburban Rotary Charitable Foundation fundraiser.  You are incredibly generous!  We will continue to recognize President Scholarship Circle members until all have been recognized.
 
Scholarship Circle Members recognized last week: Dan Lupardus, Dave Moritz, Gary Nachman, Jared Wills, Kathryn Schubert (presenter), John Stewart, and Yolanda Hoffman
 
 

 
The annual luncheon where we show appreciation to staff from work has been moved to May 28th due to space restrictions at Anthony's in April. Please mark this date to bring someone to Rotary whom you want to appreciate. Details to follow.
 
Program will be Todd Baker from Baker's Candies.   Join us for this "Sweet" Meeting. 
 

 
 
Volunteers are needed on May 13th at 9:15 or 10:15 for an hour to talk about your career to the Crestridge students.   We would like to see a variety of careers represented. Please contact Jennifer Green to sign up.  jgreen@livewisecoalition.org or 402-552-7071.
 

 
Starting this week, volunteers will be at the back to take your reservation and payment for the Annual Scholarship Luncheon. This will be on Thursday, May 14th. This is our DO NOT MISS event of the year.  You will leave inspired!
Cost is $25 in advance or $30 at the door.
 

 
15-16 Dues will stay the same at $295.   If you are going to pay all at once, you will receive an invoice in May that will be due June 1st.  If you would like to pay your dues monthly at $25 per month, automatic withdrawal forms are due by April 28th.   This is a convenient, budget-friendly way to pay your annual dues. Withdrawals start two month ahead of the new Rotary year in May.  Please contact Jennifer for a form or more information.
 

 
The Four-Way Test Committee has begun the SEARCH for the Omahan and Suburban Rotarian of the Year.  They are seeking all Suburban Rotarians to help in recommending an outstanding person in our community and an outstanding Suburban Rotarian.  Qualifications are simple:  Do they follow the 4-way test in their work place and community.
The 4-Way test
1.        Is it the Truth?
2.       Is it Fair to all concerned?
3.       Will it build Good will and Better Friendships
4.       Will it be beneficial to all concerned
Forms will be available through April 2nd at the weekly meetings. or click here to print one.  Suburban Rotarian
 

 
Register and Pay Online  For Council Bluffs Centennial 100 Year Celebration!
 
Rotary Club of Council Bluffs Centennial Celebration
Fri., April 24 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 2702 MidAmerica Dr. (Next to Horseshoe Casino)
6 PM Social, 7 PM Dinner & Brief Program, 8:30 PM Band & Dance.
Cost: $45 per person
 

 
 Mark your calendar for our next event on April 30th at Relax the Back.
 
 

 

Thank you to Leah Koch/ElevenTwenty-Three for sponsoring our speaker/student lunches for the month of April.

Leah Koch

402-593-1123

leah@11twentythree.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

(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.)

 

 

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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