Omaha West Rotary Readers at North Omaha's Skinner Magnet School


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Presiding Officer: Jill Slupe
Secretary: Nick Rosenberry
Invocator: Dan Ferris
Vocational Talk: Mark C. Manhart
Cashier: Anne Fuhrman
Sgt. at Arms: Russ Iwan
Greeters: Lori Benton & Dan Lassek
Speaker: District Gov. Julie O'Hara

Julie O'Hara
Rotary District 5650 Governor 2018-19  
Shenandoah Iowa Rotary Club
Bio: Julie O'Hara has been a member of the Shenandoah Rotary Club since 2005. She served as club President in 2014/15 and was awarded outstanding club president. Julie has also served as Sergeant-At-Arms, Club Treasurer, Chair of the Fundraising Committee and served as a Director and a Board member. Julie is also trained as a facilitator for our Visioning Sessions and Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI); is CoChair of the District Awards Committee and served as Assistant Governor.
When Julie isn’t busy with Rotary, she is the wife to Patrick and mom to three kids: Rebecca (24), Hailey (16) and Conor (10). She is also employed as a full time real estate agent for Jim Hughes Real Estate and has held her license for 14 years. Together, she and her family enjoy spending time together trying different restaurants and exploring the many small towns in Southwest Iowa. In her free time, she enjoys reading, volunteering at the elementary school, biking and working out.
Julie is very community active and involved in many other boards and committees. These include: Shenandoah Public Library Board of Trustees; Shenandoah Athletic Booster Club and is a founding member of The Shenandoah Iowa Education Foundation. She served as a board member for the Habitat for Humanity until 2017.

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Omaha West

Service Above Self

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13800 Eagle Run Drive
Omaha, NE  68164
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