Come join the Rotary Downtown Young Professionals Committee in a cornhole tournament to benefit Girls Inc. on Friday, October 13th.

Cash Prize and Custom Corn Hole boards for 1st and 2nd place!!

Location: Big Red Keno, 8100 Cass Street, Omaha, on the Sand Volleyball Courts (nets down)
Price: $13/head or $26/team (for good luck, tickets are $13 because it's Friday the 13th!)
Start time: Teams may register ahead of time on EventBrite or they can show up the day of and register from 5:30 thru the first round. Tournament rules and play will start at 6 p.m.
All proceeds will benefit Omaha Girls, Inc.
Additional Sponsors Include:
Downtown Rotary
Lockton Companies
Big Red Restaurant & Sports Bar
Cornhole for a Cause 2017-09-18 05:00:00Z 0
Congratulations to the following member on obtaining her permanent badge:
Lori Bechtold, Director of Development, Omaha Home for Boys
Permanent Badge 2017-09-15 05:00:00Z 0
We had a great presentation from Kevin Nokles, President of Creighton University Medical Center at Bergan Mercy, which is part of CHI Health. The successful integration of the Creighton University Medical Center into CHI Health has been a massive project and will continue to have a tremendous impact on our community for years to come.
CHI Health is a vitally important organization in our state and in our city. CHI has 12,500 employees at 14 hospitals and 136 clinic locations throughout Nebraska and Southwest Iowa, and cares for more than 1 million patients per year. The organization has roots in our community going back more than 140 years. The Creighton University School of Medicine graduates 152 medical students per year, many of whom stay and practice right here in Omaha and the school sponsors 18 residencies and fellowships in a wide range of medical fields. It would be difficult to overstate the importance of these organizations to our community.
Kevin laid out in detail the way in which the organizations have been successfully integrated, the move away from St Joseph’s Hospital to Bergan Mercy, the establishment of a new ambulatory campus at 2412 Cuming Street, and the continuation and expansion of the critically important trauma services offered by these organizations.
Good News:
Roger Holthaus attended his 60th High School Reunion. Coincidentally, the Hastings Rotary Club meets at the Mary Lanning Hospital in the area where his tonsils were removed years ago.  It's a small world.
Sean Olson’s daughter is on the Volleyball team at Millard South, which is having great success so far this season. They have already beaten the top-ranked team in Class B (Skutt) and the top-ranked team in Class A (Millard West). Congratulations.
We are glad to hear that John Mock’s wife Trudy is doing much better. Thanks John, and please give our best wishes to Trudy for continued recovery.
Next week:
Chief Human Capital Officer Frank Venuto will tell us about the United States Army Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) Program, and their work with Nebraska Medicine. This promises to be another great presentation. A terrific opportunity to invite a guest or prospective member to our meeting.
If it’s Wednesday, be sure to be at Rotary.
See you next week!
President's Pen 2017-09-14 05:00:00Z 0
The Rotary Club of Omaha has received membership applications from the following:
Corey Guy, is a Producer at Arthur J. Gallaher & Co. He is sponsored by Sean Connolly. 
Anyone with objections to a membership proposal needs to reach out to the Club Administrator or Membership Chair.
Prospects for Membership Leigh Sittenauer 2017-09-10 05:00:00Z 0
Phil Taylor and Deb Skinner are hard at work on the new Rosters.
Lisa Tonjes Moritz has graciously agreed to take photos for those who would like new ones or are perhaps missing a photo in the roster.
The photo opportunity will be September 27 from 11:30-noon before the club meeting.
Please also take a minute to log into the website and update your personal information.
You are responsible for correcting your own information.
ROSTER PHOTOS 2017-09-08 05:00:00Z 0
Omaha Remembers: Tribute of Flags

As one of our Club Service Projects, our club both helps plant the flags and remove the flags that each year has commemorated the people who perished in the 9/11 bombings at Memorial Park on Dodge Street.

We can use your help to take down flags on Sunday, September 17th at 4:00pm. SIGN UP HERE

If you are a new member, this counts as a Community Service Project. It is also worth attendance credit.

If you have a "Rotarian at Work" shirt or a Omaha Rotary logo shirt, please wear it. 



Flag Take Down Volunteers Needed 2017-09-06 05:00:00Z 0
Ajlouny, Victor          Sep 01
Gerdes, Steve             Sep 02
Ewing, Viv                  Sep 03
Metoyer Moten, Camille       Sep 04
Petrovich, Alex         Sep 08
Carrell, Peggy            Sep 09
Kutschkau, Sue         Sep 15
Sebastian, Julie         Sep 23
DeBoer, Gene            Sep 26
Henninger, Fred       Sep 26
Thomas, Deb             Sep 26
September Birthdays 2017-09-01 05:00:00Z 0
Salvation Army Bell Ringing 2017-08-21 05:00:00Z 0
Rotary Leadership Institute 2017-08-21 05:00:00Z 0
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

Download from Google Play StoreDownload from App Store
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.
Downtown Rotary Club App 2017-03-11 06:00:00Z 0