Business Networking
Thanks to all of the organizations and Rotarians who hosted business networking this week.
And thanks to the Business Networking committee and Rose Opbroek for giving us another great year of Business Networking locations.
Next week, we have Jeffrey Stamm, Director of HIDTA, the Midwest High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, talking to us about reducing opioid use and violent crimes.
Remember if it’s Wednesday, the place to be is Downtown Rotary.
See you next week!
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Jun 08, 2018 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
The Union for Contemporary Art
2423 North 24th St.

Come support a non-profit, an incredibly changing neighborhood and some contemporary art
along with food, drink, and conversation!

Thank you to our generous sponsors: Auction Solutions, Kandis K Schissel with Merrill Lynch, HOPE organizing and Wine Styles

Event price is $30. Pay with cash, check, FastPass or use a credit card at the button below.

PAYPAL PAYMENT                      REGISTER

Checks can be mailed to :
Rotary Club of Omaha
PO Box 964
Elkhorn, NE 68022


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Congratulations to the following member on obtaining his permanent badge:
Rev. Steve Karcher, Assisting Priest at St. Andrew's Episcopal. Steve is a former member of Lincoln 14 and Bakersfield East.
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Please welcome the following new members to our club:
Rev. Dr. Mary Newbern, Executive Ptesbyter at Presbytery of Missouri River Valley. Rev. Dr. Mary is sponsored by Rev. Dr. Gary Eller.
Michelle Boles, Director of Business Development / Sales & Marketing at NRG Omaha Energy Center. Michelle is sponsored by Jena Bailey.
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The dues statements have been emailed out. Dues need to be paid by June 15th.
If you have not yet received your dues statement, you can download it here.
We look forward to your continued participation and membership!
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Please join us for Business Networking Day May 23, 2018.
All venues $10. Sorry, there is not a NO LUNCH option.



Three Locations to choose from:

1. CUMC-Bergan Mercy

Trauma Center Tour hosted by internationally known Trauma Surgeon, Juan A. Asensio, MD
Juan A. Asensio, MD, FACS, FCCM, FRCS (England), KM
Professor and Vice-Chairman of Surgery
Chief, Division of Trauma Surgery & Surgical Critical Care
Director of Trauma Center & Trauma Program

Trauma is the leading cause of death for patient ages 1-44 in the United States.  A state of the art, Level 1 Trauma Center, is located at Creighton University Medical Center – Bergan Mercy.  The center is staffed with internationally known trauma experts who are dedicated to saving lives, treating patients and families.   Patient situations will be discussed including the rapid assessment and life-saving treatments performed by first responders and the Trauma Surgeons in the Trauma Center including procedures such as massive transfusion protocol (MTP), chest reconstruction, TEG technology, the patient stay in the Trauma Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for nursing care and healing, and the discharge to home or rehabilitation services. 

From 72nd & Mercy head west past  75th street and turn right into Entrance “C”.
Look for parking at the top of the driveway on the right.
Enter the Maternity entrance and once inside of the hospital, turn left and walk down the Bergan Mercy Auxiliary Education Hallway. The Gallagher/Monen Conference room will be located on the left.

Address: 7500 Mercy Rd, Omaha, NE 68124
Host: Deb Skinner 402.658.4526
15 people

2. THIS LOCATION FULL Biomechanics Research Building at UNO

Biomechanics is the study of the forces that act on a body and the effects they produce. It is an intersection of biology, physiology, anatomy, physics, mathematics, and chemistry to solve difficult problems in medicine and health.

The Biomechanics Research Building (Figure 1) is located on the campus of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The two-story building that opened its doors in September of 2013, boasts 23,000 square feet of laboratory, office and collaboration space. The building features six laboratories, a patient evaluation room, changing rooms, a machine shop, a laundry/washroom, two conference rooms, a data processing room, a library, numerous faculty offices and student workstations. The Biomechanics Research Building is the only facility in the world fully dedicated to research in biomechanics. Recently, Nebraska University board of regents approved a 28,000 square feet addition to the Biomechanics Research Building doubling the size of our existing facilities. Construction is scheduled to start May 2018.

Address: 6160 University Dr S, Omaha, NE 68182
Host: Clark Rosenlof
​15 People - FULL

3. Presbyterian Church of the Master  "It ain't just about Sundays!"

Visit Presbyterian Church of the Master and experience two things that are about more than just Sunday:

- How an architectural vision can solve a number of problems at once. The Church just completed a $2 million renovation program and Bob Keefer can tell you about it more than you want to know (but promises to restrain himself).

- How a religious organization seeks its place within a community and offers its service in a variety of ways, only some of which happen on Sundays.

Address: 10710 Corby Cir, Omaha, NE 68134
Host: Bob Keefer
​20 people


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The annual Charitable Statements have been emailed to all members.

You can also access the statement HERE.

As a reminder, this is for contributions to our Service Fund which provides financial support for the Foundation Grants that the club awards annually.

You can also contribute to the RI Foundation and our Club Foundation using this form.

Thank you to our members for your continued support!

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We are trying a new GREETER process at the meetings. 
If you are the first to arrive, we would like you to greet. 
If you are unable to greet for the day, we would like you to approach the next person who arrives to ask them to greet.
We appreciate all of our members helping out at the meetings with this duty!
Please take a few minutes to login to the website and make sure your information is correct. This information will be used for the next directory.
Just click the "Member Login" button at the top right of the home page.
If you have forgotten your login and password there is a place at the bottom of  "Member Login" that looks like this"  New and existing users: retrieve login and/or reset password"
All you need to know is your Last Name and Email address to retrieve your information.
There is a new link where you can REGISTER GUESTS for meetings on our home page.
You can also check your FASTPASS balance. You will need to know your badge number to do so. Use "Member Login" and then go to  "My Rotary" and look for the link on the left side of the page under "What do you want to do?"

ClubRunner Mobile:
Downtown Rotary Club on the Go

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ClubRunner Mobile App
Password protected just like your website, the ClubRunner Mobile app allows you to to view your member directory, contact your members and executives, read the latest articles posted to your website and even learn more about your upcoming events and speakers, right from your smartphone or tablet.
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