Rotary Club of Omaha Suburban


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We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
7220 F St
Omaha, NE  68127
United States
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Boys Town National Research Hospital
Ed Walsh
Invocator: Jason Currie
11:15 Greeter:Eric Stueckrath
11:45 Greeter:  Aaron Gunderson
Chair of the Day: Bob Perrin

Last week John Binderup and Gary Nachman served as Greeters. Leah Wurth gave the invocation. Roxy recognized Leah Wurth as the "Light Up Rotarian" for all her work on the Networking Night.  We had several announcements and presentations as well as a new member introduction.  Fundraising Chair Kathryn Schubert recognized the newest Scholarship Circle members. Secretary Nick Jasa introduced birthday boy Roger Carrell as the "Rotarian of the Day."  Roxy Orr introduced Membership Chair Katie Henry who presented a program on the importance of membership.  The RISK bag was at $602 and Roger Carrell won a free lunch.

Last week Curt Peters introduced us to new member Dan Lupardus.  Dan is the Vice President of Sales for Futureware Distributing, a computer hardware/software supplier,  where he has worked for 21 years. Dan is married to Michelle and they have three children. 
He has served on the Board of Advisors for both Microsoft and OKI Data.  In his free time, Dan enjoys hunting, fishing, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. Welcome Dan!

to Eric Stueckrath who earned and received his permanent badge from Yearlings Chair Jared Bakewell.


Last week John Quinn recognized Angeline Larson for her year of perfect attendance.   Congratulations!


Thank you to Leah Wurth for chairing this great event. We were thrilled to welcome exhibitors and attendees from every Rotary club in the metro area.  Thank you to all those who participated. We look forward to making this event bigger and better next year. Click here to see all the photos on Facebook (not to mention a great video of Rich Craig)

Thank you to all the Rotarians and friends who helped with the clean-up this weekend. A special thanks to Ward Peters for organizing this effort and talking to the local news!   Click here to see our photos on Facebook.

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

Save the Date! 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

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.
We raised $47,391.16 including the Baxter-Kenworthy Volleyball proceeds.
Scholarship Circle Members recognized last week: Mark Stokes, John Ryan, Jeff Chisham, Fritz Stehlik, Lisa Walker Sekundiak, Jerry Gordman, Jeff Bakewell, Tom Adams, Bill Prout, Peggy Carrell, Jennifer Jirak-Brungardt, and David Jacobs
 Mark your calendar for our next event on April 16th at Relax the Back.

Frank Goldberg at RI headquarters in Evanston, IL for Zone 28/29 Coordinator Training


This year Rotary International is providing colored pin backers to members who bring new members into the club.  Last week Katie Henry recognized Alan Stanek with a blue backer for bringing in new member Karen Bremer. Thanks for growing the club!







Thank you to Rose Mary Hefley/Achievement Unlimited for sponsoring our speaker and student lunches for the month of March.






(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 for more information.  Check your attendance status anytime on our website. 

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