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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Fire Chief Charles Moore
Jan 22, 2018
Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District
Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District

Charles Moore is the Fire Chief for Truckee Meadows Fire District in Washoe County.  Truckee Meadows Fire District serves the unincorporated portions of our region with 130 paid employees, 60 volunteers and 15 reserve firefighters. He has 39 years of experience in the fire service and 30 years of experience as a Fire Chief. He began his career in Colorado in 1979 as a volunteer in Colorado and became a career firefighter in 1980.  Chief Moore came to Nevada in March of 2012 when the Board of County Commissioners hired him to start up Truckee Meadows Fire as a standalone agency after the Commissioners negated the contract for services with the City of Reno. (Fire Divorce)

He has established Truckee Meadows Fire District as a high performance advanced life support agency that employs highly skilled paramedic firefighters in 11 career stations in a service model that is financially sustainable.

Chief Moore has managed fire departments through 3 significant recessions and managed the department through one of the most active wildfire seasons in the region’s history. 

Reno Aces/ AZ Diamonbacks Team Executives
Jan 29, 2018
Hot Stove Luncheon
District Attorney Chris Hicks
Feb 05, 2018
Overview and Update of Washoe County D.A Office
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)

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: 
- 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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