Sparks Centennial Sunrise Rotary
Ron Schmitt - President 2014-2015
 
 
 

Club Executives & Directors

Club President
President Elect
Club Treasurer
Club Secretary
Community Service Chair
International Service Chair
Club Membership Chair
New Generations Chair
Foundation Chair
Public Image Chair
Vocational Services Chair
Past President
Sargent of Arms
 

Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Sparks Centennial Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Red Hawk Event Center
6600 N. Wingfield Pkwy.
Sparks, NV  89436
United States
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2014 Golf Tournament

Thank you for your support of our 2014 Golf Tournament. Because of your generosity we are able to continue our youth services programs such as: 
 
Fourth Grade Calculator Project  
Camp RYLA
Middle School Leadership  
RYE Scholarships 
Music,
Speech and Writing Scholarships 
Foster Care Programs  
Partners in Education
 
 
sparkscentennial's Rotary Pics - 2013af album on Photobucket
 
 
 

Speakers

Dec 25, 2014
Christmas
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Jan 01, 2015
New Years
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Jan 08, 2015
President, Ron Schmitt
Goal Setting
Jan 15, 2015
Jan 22, 2015
Jim Forbus
Honor Flight for WWII Veterans
Jan 29, 2015
Club Evening Social
Location To Be Determined
Feb 05, 2015
Open
Membership Assembly
Feb 12, 2015
OFF SIGHT VISIT at Excel Christians School
Excel's goals and values 850 Baring Blvd. Sparks, NV
Feb 19, 2015
Tahoe Ridge Winery
Wine tasting and knowledge from a local winery
Mar 05, 2015
Mar 12, 2015
Mar 19, 2015
Mar 26, 2015
Apr 02, 2015
Apr 09, 2015
Apr 16, 2015
Apr 23, 2015
Apr 30, 2015
Evening Club Social
Location To Be Announced
May 07, 2015
May 14, 2015
Open
Dark - District Conference in Lake Tahoe
May 21, 2015
May 28, 2015
Jun 04, 2015
Jun 11, 2015
Jun 18, 2015
Open
Presidents Year End Wrap up
 
 
 

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