Speakers
Feb 02, 2015
"Membership Meeting"

Join us next Monday for a fun meeting to honor Paul Harris Fellows, induct new members, learn more about Rotary, hear an update on our Mardi Gras Event, and maybe even hear a word or two from DG Joe Zarachoff!

Feb 09, 2015
"Academy of Arts, Careers & Technology"

Robert Sullivan was born and raised in Reno and attended Bishop Manogue High School and the University of Nevada.  He has spent 35 years in the Education Profession, first as a teacher/coach at Bishop Manogue High School and later as Principal of Bishop Manogue High School.  He then began work with the Washoe County School District and served as an Assistant Principal, Principal of Reno High School and is currently serving as Principal of The Academy of Arts, Careers and Technology High School.

Feb 16, 2015
"President's Day Holiday"
Feb 23, 2015
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"AHA- Heart in Your Community"

Letitia Anderson, MD, FACC is the Chief of Cardiology at Renown and specializes in imaging, which encompasses all forms of non-invasive cardiology. Dr. Anderson studied medicine at the University of Vermont, Fletcher Allen Health Care, Medical Center Campus in Burlington, Vermont. As a younger cardiologist, Dr. Anderson feels especially blessed to be gifted with the opportunity meet, talk with and listen to people every day to help prevent disease and heal chronic and acute illness. For Dr. Anderson, listening to her patients is vital in helping her patients: “I think what’s important is to have an extra chair in the room to sit down and listen. That really can make a difference.” Dr. Anderson also “sees” patients in her down time hiking in Reno or skiing at Mt. Rose. Access to the outdoors pulled her family to Reno, and she loves that she and her family can be outside almost every day of the year.

Mar 02, 2015
"Theme: " It is better to light a single candle than to sit and curse the darkness""
Mar 09, 2015
"Healthcare Update"
Mar 16, 2015
"Most Improved Student Program"
Mar 23, 2015
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"Nevada Barn Heritage"

Jack Hursh, a Reno native whose family has lived in Nevada for four generations, is strongly influenced by the desire to preserve images reflecting the heritage of Nevada—rugged sagebrush covered landscapes, rural life, and colorful historical architecture.

Jack is co-founder of the non-profit project Truckee Meadows Remembered (TMR). TMR successfully relocated several historical ranch outbuildings to Bartley Ranch Park in 2004 as a heritage display for the public. Jack is the author of “Truckee Meadows Remembered,” a booklet ($10.00) containing his photographs and descriptions of historical ranch architecture in the Reno area. Proceeds from the booklet are donated to the TMR project at Bartley Ranch Park. In 2007, Jack received the Advocacy Award from the City of Reno’s Historic Resources Commission for TMR.

Jack is an award winning photographer with photos published in RLife Magazine, Nevada Magazine, Range Magazine, Sierra Heritage Magazine, and many other community related publications. Jack is responsible for the design and layout editing of the popular series of Nevada Geology calendars and tour guides containing his photography by the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology (www.nbmg.unr.edu). Titles of the tour guides include: Traveling America’s Loneliest Road, A Geologic and Natural History Tour Through Nevada along U.S. Highway 50 ($24.95); Geologic and Natural History Tours in the Reno Area ($24.95), Geologic Tours in the Las Vegas Area ($27.95), and A Geologic and Natural History Tour through Nevada and Arizona along U.S. Highway 93 ($27.95). Five of Jack’s Nevada historical barn photos have recently been published in a nationally circulated book, Barn in the USA.

Jack is a cartographic technician for the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology at the University of Nevada. Jack is the sheriff (president) of the Nevada Corral Westerners,  Reno’s oldest history club. Jack has been program chairman, and walking tour guide for the Historic Reno Preservation Society for 15 years and served several years on the HRPS board of directors. Jack was a member of the Artists Co-op Gallery of Reno from 2005-2013, serving as President for two years.

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