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Speakers
Congressman Don Bacon
Dec 13, 2021
State of the State
ROTO DRAWING
Dec 20, 2021
NO MEETING
Dec 27, 2021
HOLIDAY BREAK
NO MEETING
Jan 03, 2022
HOLIDAY BREAK
Allyson Triplett, Donor Relations Manager
Jan 10, 2022
College Possible
NO MEETING
Jan 17, 2022
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Dr. Jim Sutfin
Jan 24, 2022
Millard Public Schools Superintendent
Club Executives & Directors
Club President
Club President-elect
Immediate Past Club President
Executive Director
Club Secretary
Club Treasurer
Club Foundation Chair - TRF
Club Membership Chair
Club Public Image
Club Service Projects
Club Polio Chair
Sergeant-at-Arms
Board Member 2023
Board Member 2023
Board Member 2023
Board Member 2023
Board Member 2022
Board Member 2022
Board Member 2022
Board Member 2022
Sgt. at Arms
Board Member 2024
Board Member 2024
Board Member 2024
Board Member 2024
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Welcome to Millard Rotary!

Omaha Millard

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
German American Society
3717 South 120th Street
Omaha, NE 68144
United States of America
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Meeting Updates

We are meeting in person. 
We are not offering a Zoom option at this time.

 
 
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Please sign up with Bob Cannella to volunteer at Food Bank for the Heartland on Tuesday, December 21, 2021, 5pm to 7pm.
Email Bob before December 14 at rcannella@fitzlaw.com if you will help.
Details and instructions are below.


Food Bank for the Heartland Volunteer Center
10525 J Street Omaha, NE 68127
 
Description:
A few things you should know:
  • On the day of your volunteer shift, please park at the south side of our building. The volunteer entrance is at the southwest corner under the Food Bank for the Heartland awning and I, or another Food Bank employee, will be there to greet you!
  • We encourage our volunteers to dress comfortably. Our Volunteer Center is climate controlled, so we recommend dressing in layers.
    • Please make sure to wear a shirt with sleeves (no tank tops or cut offs). Many company volunteer groups wear company t-shirts to show their workplace pride!
    • All volunteers must wear close toed shoes (no sandals or flip flops). We recommend wearing comfortable tennis shoes, as most of your session will involve standing.
  • All volunteer tasks are assigned based on product availability and designed to “Feed the Greatest Need” of the Food Bank that day.
  • Volunteers must be at least 16 years old. We do welcome younger children ages 10-15, but they must be supervised by an adult.
    • If you would like to bring a child between the ages of 10 and 15 in to volunteer, there must be one adult to every five children present.
COVID PROTOCOLS:
During the pandemic, the Food Bank is continuing to make safety our top priority. We are following the CDC recommendations and requiring all volunteers, staff, and visitors to wear a face mask that covers your nose and mouth – whether you are vaccinated or not. If you do not have a face mask, one will be provided to you at the door. Food Bank for the Heartland Volunteer Center is encouraging all volunteers to practice safe social distances from everyone when engaging in volunteer activities and is requiring that all staff and volunteers wash their hands before the volunteer shift.
 
What we ask of our volunteers before your shift begins:
  • If you are feeling sick or exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19 we ask that you respectfully decline volunteering until you are symptom free. 
  • If you have traveled to any area that has been known to be at high risk of transmission in the last 2 weeks to decline volunteering at this time.
If you live with or are visiting any person that is immunocompromised or known to be at high risk of contracting the coronavirus, to reconsider volunteering at this time for the health and safety of those individuals.
 
SAVE THE DATES!!
The 2022 District Conference will be held July 8 and July 9 at the Hoff Family Arts & Culture Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. It is a new center that opened in Spring, 2020 and includes a theater, rehearsal areas, gallery, artist studios, classrooms, teaching kitchen and more.
During the conference you will get to enjoy some of these amenities and explore the wonderful facility.
 
NOTE: The Hoff Center is managed by Pottawattamie Arts, Culture and Entertainment (PACE). You will sometimes hear the center referred to as the PACE Center.
 
In addition to the two-day conference, there will be a pre-conference young Rotarians leadership training on Thursday, July 7. That evening everyone is invited to a local brewery for beer tasting, food and live music.
 
Block out the dates on your calendar NOW. You won't want to miss it. Stay tuned for additional information in the coming months.
 
Contact Barb Morrison.

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Marv Docken, November 4

Beau Freuchtenicht, November 9

Leigh Sittenauer, November 19

Gregg Mitchell, November 20

Howard Boardman, November 21

Millard Rotary Perfect Attendance for 2020-2021
Jolene Becher – 1 year
David Bruce – 17 years
Scott Buchholz – 3 years
Bob Cannella – 23 years
Adrian Enzastiga – 8 years
Beau Fruechtenicht – 1 year
Ann Glinski – 3 years
Ben Hoy – 3 years
Carolyn Kesick - 2 years
Jerry O’Doherty – 13 years
Ralph Palmer – 29 years
Julia Petersen – 6 years
Chuck Sederstrom - 19 years
Leigh Sittenauer – 13 years
Patrick Sittenauer – 4 years
Bonnie Skartvedt – 32 years
Amanda Sudbeck – 3 years
Tom Wilkinson – 5 years
Andy Wilson – 6 years
Brian Zahm – 19 years

REGISTER NOW AND SAVE: 2022 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION

As Rotary members, we use our connections to create lasting change in our communities and around the world. And although we’ve all faced the challenges of the pandemic for the past year and a half, we’ve continued to take action, solve problems, and make a positive impact. So we are optimistic that we can gather in person to explore new opportunities for friendship and service at the 2022 Rotary International Convention, 4-8 June in Houston, Texas, USA. We invite you to join us!
At the convention, you will:
  • Develop new friendships and strengthen old ones
  • Share your Rotary experiences and learn more ways to get involved
  • Find inspiration in the family of Rotary
Register now to take advantage of our reduced rate, available until 15 December. You’ll be able to cancel for a full refund, minus a $50 per person administration fee, until 30 April. 

Don’t miss this chance to strengthen your passion for Rotary.
 
 
Contact the Rotary District 5650 International Convention 2022 Chair - Barb (click here)
 
Thank you to all of our club members that volunteered to package food for the KIDS AGAINST HUNGER FOOD PACKAGING PROJECT on May 8th.
A big thank you to Tom Wilkinson for the photos of all the action.
 
      
     
        
    
Thank you to Brian Zahm for his year of serving as our Club President. We welcome Andy Wilson as our new Club President for 2021-2022.
Brian presented Andy with a lovely Iowa State tree decoration. Which Andy thoroughly enjoyed!
 
     
Paul Harris Awards were distributed on April 15th.
Congratulations to our members receiving thier awards!
Strive for Perfect Attendance!  If you can't make our regular Monday meeting, here is a list of other Metro Area Weekly Meetings and Programs to make-up your time.
 

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