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We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
7220 F St
Omaha, NE  68127
United States
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Chair of the Day: Curt Peters
Invocator:  Volunteer needed
11:15 Greeter: Jim Leslie
11:45 Greeter: Travis Sholin
Last week Edna Brooks-Pittman and Jennifer Jirak-Brungardt served as our greeters. Dr. Sol Kutler hosted the club as we enjoyed wine, lunch, and cake in honor of his 90th birthday. The program featured a tribute to Sol, a toast from his son, Mark, and many singing Marilyn Monroes among many fun and funny moments.  The meeting ended with a poem that Sol composed in honor of the occasion.  (Please see below for the text.) The RISK bag was at $1386 and Penny Koenig won a free lunch.  Click here to read an article on Dr. Sol and the party by visitor Mike Kelly of the Omaha World Herald.   See the rest of the photos on our Facebook page. 
The years have gone by and now I'm ninety
But I remember those years quite kindly.
I'm lucky to be living a good long life.
I've got three kids- had a wonderful wife.
Got lots of friends, both old and new
And some really special relatives too.
I've traveled the world, had adventures galore.
I couldn't have asked for anything more.
But I did- I got forty years of Rotary
And they were really good to me.
Each week I had something to look forward to
Good friends, lots of fun, and good deeds to do.
In the best club you'll find anywhere
With the finest folks belonging there.
That's why I thought it would be great
When it came time to celebrate.
That I'd like to share the joy,
To be the host of a party for you
The ones I love the most.
Dr. Sol Kutler- May 18, 2017 
Congratulations to Alan Stanek, the winner of our 50th anniversary pin contest.   Pins will be ready for the start of the 50th year in July and Alan will get 30 free ones!
Thank you to all those who submitted awesome ideas!
Congratulations to  Judy Sealer and Mike Fosdick who were recognized for their first year of perfect attendance last week by Nick Eastland.
Congratulations to Christopher Pfanstiel who completed all of his Yearlings requirements and received his permanent badge from Yearlings Vice Chair Dan Lupardus last week. 
Thanks to your generous donations to the Military Affairs committee last fall, a free little library has been created for children of soldiers!
Thank you to all those who have already pledged or given to this year's Fundraiser.  The funds raised go to build our local Foundation for scholarships and other projects that our club does.     You can give at a meeting or online at our secure portal by clicking here.  We will continue to recognize our Scholarship Circle members for a few more weeks.  (Any omissions are unintentional- if you have given and are not listed or have been recognized- please let Jennifer know)
Thank you to Connor Lund/Lund Co. for hosting a fabulous After Hours for us last week!  We are looking for hosts for June and July. Please contact Jordan Walker or Rich Craig if you are interested.  
Thank you to all who helped with the cemetery clean-up last weekend! This will be ongoing project for our club. Please contact Ward Peters if you'd like to help.   
In December, Suburban Rotary will celebrate our 50th Anniversary.   Jared Bakewell is heading the committee to plan for a fun celebrating during his year as President.  We need lots of folks to help plan this event. Please contact Jared or Kathryn to let them know you'd like to serve on the committee. 


Thank you to Kevin Welsh/Morgan Stanley for sponsoring our speaker and student lunches for the month of May!







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.