Rotary Club of Reno

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM

Harrah`s

219 N. Center St.
3rd Floor
Reno, NV 89501
United States

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Reno Rotary Foundation

Kim Mazeres, President 
Pat Horgan, Vice-President
Trustees: Bob Clift
Carlee Ferrari
Bryce Griffith
Steve Kent
Bob Lewis
Grant Sims
Ex-officio Anne-Louise Bennett
Ex-officio Harvey Fennell
Ex-officio Carl Fuetsch
 

April 21 Speaker: Steve Brown

Great Basin National Park

Past President and long-time Rotary Club member Steve Brown is a member on the board of the Great Basin National Park Foundation.  Lying in the shadow of the 13,062-foot Wheeler Peak, Great Basin National Park is home to ancient bristlecone pine trees, abundant wildlife, lakes and streams, and limestone caverns, including the stunning Lehman Caves. The park is located in east-central Nevada near the Utah border and preserves a small representative portion of the Great Basin, the region between the Sierra Nevada and the Wasatch Mountains.  Given Great Basin Park’s remote location, it’s one of the darkest places in the United States and ranger-led astronomy programs are conducted year round.

Join us for a 24 minute video, Under a Desert Sky, completed in early 2013.  The video offers a unique  visit to a little known part, not only of Nevada, but of America.  Baker, Nevada which sits at the eastern entrance to the Park may be the most geographically isolated community in the United States. 

The Great Basin National Park is Nevada's only National Park.


See the "Rotary Goes Hollywood" video for the District 5190 Conference here!

 

To purchase Lacy’s CD go to www.LacyJ Dalton.com

The CD includes 10 of Lacy's greatest hits and the two Rotary songs she performed at the RI convention in New Orleans "We Are Rotary" and "This Close".  Net proceeds go to Polio Plus. Lacy is a big supporter of Rotary's efforts to eliminate Polio.  Many people don't know that her sister is a Polio survivor.  Lacy is very supportive and appreciative of Rotary for all they do to make our world a better place.

Does your club need a new fundraiser? 

If your club needs a fundraiser that is fun, a good value, and requires a minimal number of man hours to plan, then consider hiring Lacy to do a benefit concert.  Unlike many club fundraisers most of the money from a concert comes from the community not your club members. Call Terry House at (775) 351-5514 or email Thouse@SilverLegacy.com  for more information

For advice on what it takes to do a concert for a club fundraiser email fellow Rotarian at stevemestre@charter.net. 

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Speakers
Apr 21, 2014
Great Basin National Park
May 05, 2014
The Carter Center: Waging Peace, Fighting Disease, Building Hope
May 12, 2014
Rotary District Conference
May 19, 2014
The Business of Running a Healthcare Organization
May 26, 2014
Memorial Day
Jun 16, 2014
Appeals Court
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Club Events
Rotarian's at Work Day at Project Solution Apr 26, 2014 08:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Officers
President Carl Fuetsch
President Elect Harvey Fennell
President Nominee Curt Chapman
Treasurer Tanya McCaffery
Club Secretary Jim Elston
Director Curt Chapman
Critical Committee Chair Judy Winzeler
Critical Committee Chair Sheila Hlubucek
Director Bill Boon
Director Rew Goodenow
Critical Committee Chair Anne-Louise Bennett
Critical Committee Chair Phillip Mahoney
Past President Liza Maupin
Reno Rotary Foundation President Kim Mazeres
Director Pete Mokler
Director Tammy Rianda
Critical Committee Chair Kris Wells
Director Craig Wesner
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