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400 E. Snow King Ave.
Jackson Hole, WY  83001
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The Rotary Club of Jackson Hole convened for a great evening of conversation.  Case and Amy Morton, assisted by Hailey, Nate, and Sara, provided the setting at the Inn on the Creek.  To accompany the wonderful setting, the wine and food were great.  The evening proved that Rotary is not all work, projects, and lunches.  Thank-you Casey and Amy.
The Rotary Club of Jackson Hole held its fourth and most successful Casino Night which raises funds for scholarships for local students.  The Wort Hotel hosted the event in style and costume.  It was a great evening.  Jim Waldrop, Chair of the Casino Night Committee thanked the members of the committee, the many sponsors of the event, and the number of volunteers who helped in the execution of a great evening of fun and funds.  Jim reported that a record $280,000 was earned for scholarships for our area high school students.  An enlarged article on this successful evening will follow.  kls
Rotary members believe that we have a shared responsibility to take action on our world’s most persistent issues. Our 35,000+ clubs work together to:
  • Promote peace
  • Fight disease
  • Provide clean water, sanitation, and hygiene
  • Save mothers and children
  • Support education
  • Grow local economies
In many cases, I think of the words of a small town Mayor that I met in Ivinhema, MS, Brazil in 2008 ring true to our motto of “Service Above Self.”  The Brazilian Mayor profusely thanked us for a Rotary project we did in his community.  He said,  “We send our taxes to Sao Paulo (Brazil), but we never see anything come back.  Rotary has come here to help us and no one has ever done that for us before.  We can’t thank you enough.” 
For our club members and their family members that are being recognized today, we wish to thank you for becoming a Paul Harris Fellow.  
Multiple Paul Harris pins
Scott Daily  -   PH +8 pin   (brother of John Daily)
Ned Thomas   -   PH +4 pin
Bruce Hawtin  -   PH#3  pin
Paul Lowham  -   PH#2 pin
Hort Spitzer     -   PH#3 pin
Bill Adams    -  PH #1 and PH #2 pins
Mary Bess    -   PH + 1 pin
Katie Murphy  -  PH + 1 pin
J.R. Berezay   -   PH +1 pin    (given in recognition of Elk Antler Auction parking  (Service Above Self”)
John “Latham” Jenkins, III    PH + 2
NEW Paul Harris members
Brian Siegfried -  PH certificate and pin
Bob McLauren  -   PH certificate and pin
Stephan Abrams -  PH certificate and pin
Ed Bushnell      -  PH certificate and pin
Marnie Paulus   -   PH certificate and pin    (wife of Past-Pres. Tony)
Lucy Waldrop   -  PH certificate and pin   (daughter of Jim Waldrop)
Barbara Adams   -  PH certificate and pin   (Bill Adams’ wife)
Club Pres. John Goettler    -   PH certificate and pin
Ryan Taro Lane   -   PH certificate and pin   (Frank Lane’s son)
John Henry Thomas  -   PH certificate and pin  (Ned Thomas’s son)
Cody John Schmidt   -  PH certificate and pin (Harvey Schmidt’s son)
April Norton       -  -   PH certificate and pin
Finally -  Club Rotarian of the Year (a PH award)
           presented by Past President Tony Paulus to Past President Len Carlman, his PH+3
Thanks these great Rotarians as often as possible.
Congratulations President Tony - selected as best Large Club President in District 5440.  Tony was presented the award at the annual Rotary District 5440 Conference in Scottsbluff.  By engaging many Rotarians, Tony has presided over a historic year with administrative update of our club constitution and bylaws, increase in membership, execution of international projects, confirmation of a meeting location and a general rise in energy in the club.  District Governor Chuck and District Governor Elect Chris presented the award last Friday.
Thank you Tony for all your work. 
The Rotary Club of Jackson Hole foundation has again awards 33 scholarships to graduating seniors in Jackson Hole.  The club foundation presented $172,500 worth of scholarships during the high school scholarship night.  The funds were raised at the Rotary Casino Night last November at The Wort Hotel. 
Congratulations to all the students and thanks to all the Rotarians for supporting this program.
Click Here to Support Rotary Scholarships for JH Students