Meeting Info
 
We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Harrah's Reno 
219 N. Center St. 
Douglas Room, 3rd Floor
Reno, NV  89501
 
 
 
 
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Vocational Service/Director 2015-18
Director 2015-18
Director 2015-18
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Membership/Director 2016-19
PR/Director 2016-19
Director 2017-20
Director 2017-20
Youth Service/Director 2017-20
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Interact Advisor (Innovation HS)
Interact Advisor (Reno HS)
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Amanda Levens
Oct 23, 2017
UNR Women's Basketball Coach
UNR Women's Basketball Coach

University of Nevada Director of Athletics Doug Knuth announced on March 31, 2017 that Amanda Levens had been named the head women’s basketball coach for the Wolf Pack.

Levens joined the Wolf Pack after five seasons as the associate head coach at her alma mater, Arizona State, where she coached seven All-Pac 12 honorees. During her five year appointment the Sun Devils collected over 100 wins, posted four 20-win seasons and finished as the Pac-12 regular season champions in 2015-16. ASU has made four consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances and advanced to the Sweet 16 in 2014-15. During its most recent trip to the tournament this year, the Sun Devils nearly knocked off No. 1 seed South Carolina in the second round. In addition, the Sun Devils have been ranked academically in the top 25 by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.

Prior to her appointment at Arizona State, Levens was the head coach at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville and led the program during its transition to Division I. Hired at the age of 29 she was one of the youngest head coaches at the NCAA Division I level. During her four-year tenure, Levens took the Cougars from five wins in 2008-09 to 18 wins in 2011-12. She was named the Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year after her team finished 12-4 in league play and secured third place after being picked eighth in the preseason poll.

Levens is no stranger to Nevada as she previously served as an assistant coach with the Wolf Pack for five seasons under former head coach Kim Gervasoni. During her first tenure with the Pack Levens was responsible for recruiting the 2005-06 Western Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year, Brandi Fitzgerald, along with a junior college All-American and four members of the WAC all-freshmen team. In total she helped develop 16 student-athletes who earned All-WAC academic honors. Additionally Nevada made its first-ever postseason appearance in the Women’s National Invitational Tournament in 2006-07.

Lee Dillard
Oct 30, 2017
V. P. and G.M. Harrah's Reno
Dr. Braimah Apambire and Dr. Gianluca Bonanno
Nov 06, 2017
Partnering with Rotary to provide sustainable safe water, sanitation and hygiene services
PDG Steve Lewis
Nov 13, 2017
'Bigger, Better, Bolder'
 
Update on our Current Projects

In the past year, our club has donated $155,000+ and hundreds of volunteer hours. 

 
Members of our club volunteer quarterly at the Northern Nevada Food Bank. (Sept. 2017)
LOCAL IMPACT

From July 2015 to June 2016, our club gave out $94,000+ to various projects in our local community, including $21,000 to Lemelson STEM Academy (Title 1 elementary school), and $40,000 in higher ed and vocational scholarships, with the remainder to the Food Bank of Northern Nevada, science fairs, RYLA and exchange students, and awards for teachers and law enforcement.
 
 
 
 
Reno High Interact members, Rotary club members, and community volunteers planted 15,000 flower bulbs near our downtown Reno Rotary Sculpture Garden over two workdays. The bulbs will bring beauty to our city this Spring, and every Spring. (Sept. 2017)
INTERNATIONAL IMPACT - We gave out $61,000+ to 7 projects around the world, including: 
PANAMA
- Our club, with support from other Rotary clubs, is undertaking a major project for an orphanage for disabled children in Panama. 


NEPAL - The Cow Farm Project, has produced milk sales revenue of almost $600 to date. Profits from the project will help sustain BTF’s maternal/child wellness and education efforts in the remote Humla District of northern Nepal. They will conduct two 5-day Safe Motherhood classes in November educating a total of 50 women.
 
Rotary's International Impact
While our Rotary club is active in our local community, here's a peek into the impact Rotary International has worldwide.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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