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Member Birthdays:
  • George Nye
    September 1
  • Charles Lehrman
    September 8
  • Michael Aland
    September 15
Join Date:
  • Patricia Beltran
    September 1, 2016
    2 years
  • George Nye
    September 29, 1984
    34 years
 
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Buhl

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
PK's Pasta Palace
1014 Main Street
Buhl, ID  83316
United States
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Just a friendly reminder that there will be no regularly scheduled noon meeting this week as it is a Fifth Thursday.  We will be having a family barbeque at Eastman Park under the Rotary Pavilion.  Meat for the evening will be catered and provided by B&L Meats and will include chicken and ribs.  We have a potluck setup for side dishes and desserts.  Feel free to bring whatever you choose and enjoy an evening of relaxed fun.  There is no cost to attend so please bring your families and lawn chairs and enjoy the event! 
The program chair for this week is Michael Aland.  We will be hosting Mike Gemar, who will representing Special Olympics Idaho, as the guest speaker.  The club will be donating to Special Olympics Idaho a check for $1,750.00.  This check is from the net proceeds from the annual Buhl Rotary Track Meet. 
The program chair for this week is Tracy Woolman.  Tracy will have Todd Eccles as the guest speaker and program.  Todd will be discussing concealed weapons and concealed weapons permits.  Todd lives in Filer and teaches concealed weapons classes. 
The program chair for this week is Jim Welch.  Jim will have Chris Anderson as the guest speaker and program.  Chris is from the Herrett Center at the College of Southern Idaho and will be discussing the upcoming Solar Eclipse in August.  He will go into detail about the eclipse and the effect that it will have on Southern Idaho.  It will be a great program.
The program chair for this week is Ty Popplewell (myself).  I will be discussing and recapping the District Conference that took place two weeks ago in Sun Valley.  I will also be discussing the RYE (Rotary Youth Exchange) and RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Award) programs in detail.  Finally, I will provide a quick update on Paul Harris Fellows and donating to Rotary International.  It will be your one-stop-shop for all things Rotary! 
The program chair for this week is Marie Silver.  Marie will have Chris Bell, Customer Service Representative for Idaho Power, as the guest speaker and program.  Chris will be providing the group with an update on all happenings at Idaho Power and then answering any questions that the club might have concerning power consumption, power savings, etc. 
The program chair for this week is Vance Spencer.  Vance will have Darryl Glanders as the guest speaker and program.  Darryl is the Executive Director of Veteran Works, Inc. and will be discussing the Veteran Works program in detail.  There are no more senior students for lunch this school year.   Last week was the final group of seniors for 2016-2017. 
The program chair for this week is Kattie Steele.  Kattie will have Brittanie Toone as the guest speaker and program.  Brittanie is a teacher and coach at Buhl High School and is also the Athletic Director at Buhl Middle School.  She will be discussing Middle School sports and programs.  Rick Lauda is in charge of picking up the last group of senior students for lunch. 
The program chair for this week is Jana Rodgers.  Jana will actually providing and presenting her own program on the Twin Falls Health Initiatives Trust.  Ryan Bowman is in charge of picking up the senior students for lunch. 
The program chair for this week is Cole Parker.  Cole will have one of his very good high school friends as the guest speaker.  He is the owner of Tech Strategies and will be discussing what his local IT company provides for services to our area.  Melanie Foster is in charge of picking up the senior students for lunch. 
The program for this week is our very own Alfredo Asin.  Alfredo is our Rotary inbound exchange student for the 2016-2017 school year.  Alfredo is currently living with the Lauda's, but previously lived with the Loza's and the Kaster's as well.  He will be updating us on his home country of Spain and also discussing some of his adventures and excitement that he has felt and had in the United States.  Cari Kaster is in charge of picking up the senior students for lunch. 
As a friendly reminder, please note that there is no regularly scheduled noon meeting this week due to the Rotary Track Meet.  Note that the track meet is on a Friday this year and is back at the Community Track here in Buhl.  Events start at 1:00 p.m. 
The program chair for this week was Gloria Morse, but she switched with me.  The program and guests will be representatives from St. Luke's Magic Valley in Twin Falls.  They will be discussing the latest news and happenings at the hospital and also the plans for a new clinic in Buhl.  Stan Albee is in charge of picking up the senior students this week. 
The program chair for this week is Ann Murray.  Ann will have Devon Rigbey, District Engineer with the Idaho Transportation Department, as the program and guest speaker.  Devon will be addressing questions and issues surrounding road and bridge repairs in light of the winter that Southern Idaho just experienced.  It should be a very good program.  Jana Rodgers is in charge of picking up the senior students for lunch. 
The program chair for this week is George Nye.  George will have McKay Lundgren as the guest speaker and program.  McKay will be discussing the "Just Serve" Program.  This program assists in putting groups that engage in service projects together with individuals that desire to offer service to their communities.  There are no senior students for lunch this week since it is spring break for the Buhl School District. 
The program chair for this week is Rick Lauda.  Rick will have Tim Powers, CEO of North Canyon Medical Center as the guest speaker and program.  Ann Murray is in charge of picking up the senior students for lunch. 
Just a friendly reminder that there is no regularly scheduled noon meeting this week because of the Spaghetti Feed and Bucket Raffle.  The Feed was moved from a few weeks ago to this week due to the poor weather conditions.  We plan on meeting once again next week!
The program chair for this week is Michael Higbee.  Michael will have Julia Oxarango-Ingram as the guest speaker and program.  Julia is the Director of Southern Idaho Rural Development.  Patricia Beltran is in charge of picking up the senior students for lunch. 
The Spaghetti Feed and Bucket Raffle that was originally scheduled for yesterday evening was cancelled and postponed to Thursday, March 9th due to poor weather conditions in Southern Idaho.  We will not have a regularly scheduled noon meeting the day of the Spaghetti Feed.  Additional details to follow at next week's regularly scheduled noon meeting. 
The program chair for this week is Terry Kramer.  Terry will have Calvin Armstead, Twin Falls County Veteran Services Officer, as the guest speaker.  Reminder that the annual Spaghetti Feed and Bucket Raffle is scheduled for next Thursday, February 23, from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. at Popplewell Elementary.  There will be no regularly scheduled noon meeting that week.  Finally, George Nye is in charge of picking up the senior students for lunch. 
The program chair for this week is Melanie Foster.  Melanie will have Dr. Joshua Stringam from Family Health Services (Buhl Office) as the guest speaker.  Dr. Stringam graduated from Duke University and will be discussing a wide variety of health issues and topics and also how he ended up in the Magic Valley.  It should be a great program.  Vance Spencer is in charge of picking up the senior students for lunch. 
The program chair for this week is Bret Christensen.  Bret will have Dan Winn and the Buhl High School Boys varsity basketball team as the program.  The team was originally supposed to be the program for Gary Bonar two weeks ago, but due to poor weather conditions, we had to cancel Rotary for that day.  Michael Higbee is in charge of picking up the senior students for lunch. 
The program chair for this week is Ryan Bowman.  Ryan will have the Buhl High School Wrestlers and Head Coach Fred Bartlett as the guest speakers.  Barbara Bremers will step in for Tracy Woolman and pickup the senior students for lunch. 
The program chair for this week is Gary Bonar.  Gary will have the Boys High School Varsity Basketball team as the program.  Their head coach, Dan Winn, former Rotarian and President of the Buhl Club, will be the guest speaker and introduce the boys to the club.  This has become a tradition every year and is a great program.  Michael Aland is in charge of picking up the senior students for lunch. 
The program chair for this week is Kody Bingham.  Kody will have the Girls High School Varsity Basketball Team as the guest program and speakers.  Kody is the head coach of the girls program and will give an update on the season and have the girls introduce themselves to the club.  It should be a great program!  Gary Bonar is in charge of picking up the senior students for lunch. 
 
 
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