Rotary is a worldwide organization of more than 1.2 million business, professional and community leaders. Members of Rotary clubs provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. There are more than 34,000 Rotary clubs located in more than 212 countries and geographical areas. Clubs are nonpolitical, nonreligious, and open to all cultures, races, and creeds. As signified by the motto Service Above Self, Rotary's main objective is service - in the community, in the workplace and throughout the world.
Please welcome new member DIANE STEWART sponsored by Jill Slupe. Diane is a Mortgage Loan Originator with Security National Bank.
Jill Slupe, Sponsor and Kent Templien, President, welcome new member Diane Stewart.
Congratulations to the following people recognized for contributions to The Rotary Foundation on Friday, February 10th.
BRETT WAWERS - Paul Harris Fellow +1
KENT TEMPLIEN - Paul Harris Fellow +2
JAN TEMPLIEN receiving recognition in memory of her husband E.H. TEMPLIEN - Paul Harris Fellow
Thank you for your generous support of The Rotary Foundation!
BRETT WAWERS, JAN TEMPLIEN, KENT TEMPLIEN
JAN TEMPLIEN and son, KENT TEMPLIEN with Paul Harris Fellow
recognition in memory of Jan's husband, E.H. TEMPLIEN
- Rich Cartney - Nursing Home Administrator
- John V. Morey - Financial Planning, Investment Management
- Elizabeth Kreher - Lamp Rynearson, Engineer
- Kent Templien - Information Technology
- Brent Pyle - Prairie Life personal trainer
- Michelle Sandbothe - Jeweler
- Neal Henderson - Jeweler, repair & design
- Mark Ellsworth - Coaching & Consulting
- Bob Fell - Journalism/Public Relations
- Dick Lerner - Bel-Air Clothing
- Maureen Feeney - Acupuncturist
- Ruben Suto - Police Officer
- Kendall Scheer - Banker
- Trudy Bredthauer - Attorney
- Dwayne Brown - Architect
- Bob Runyon - Librarian
- Joe Pepitone - Companion Care Management
- Samantha Christensen - Landscape Architect
We recognize we must spread the message of Rotary and create long term relationships by supporting the international exchange of students and embracing RYLA.
Our club fully leverages the opportunity for funding from District and International grants by having 1-2 large impact annual projects involving partners when appropriate. We realize we need funding for this good work that we do and we have inclusive fundraising events such as a mega tasting event with beer, wine, and whiskey. Our club has a priority to our community by supporting local issues. We also assure we can have a worthwhile impact with the donations to the Rotary International Foundation and are proud that every member donates every year with an understanding that 50% of that comes back to our district through grants. We fully communicate the good work we are doing with meetings focused on our projects with full disclosure of our funds and activities.