Upcoming Speakers
Mayor Jean Stothert
Oct 25, 2019 12:00 PM
Mike Bunach
Nov 01, 2019
Michelle Kaiser
Nov 08, 2019
The Omaha Bakery
Past Speakers
Upcoming Events
Club President
Club President-elect
Immediate Past Club President
Executive Director
Club Secretary
Club Treasurer
Club Foundation Chair - TRF
Club Membership Chair
Club Polio Chair
Club Public Relations
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Welcome to Omaha West Rotary! 

Omaha West

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 12:00 PM
Champions Run
13800 Eagle Run Drive
Omaha, NE  68164
United States of America
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Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert
Chair of the Day: Martie Cordaro
Invocator:  Blake Martin 
Sgt. At Arms: Carl Philo
Cashiers: Anne Fuhrman and Tim Neal 
Greeters: Russ Iwan and Volunteer needed 
Last week Jim Gerner  gave the invocation. Warren Whitted III served as Greeter.  Anne Fuhrman and Don Otis were Cashiers and Carl Philo was Sgt. at Arms.  Maryssa Brown took care of a/v for us.   JR Kammandel filled in as President and Nick Rosenberry filled in as Secretary.  We had several announcements  and a vocational talk from Kim Rosenbohm.  Rich Secor introduced us to David Fanslau who gave an update on city planning.  We were pleased to see Brad Rohrig back after his multiple elbow surgeries! 
Thank you to the Rotarians who participated in the care package making and delivery for Heartland Family Services and those who worked on Rock the Block for Habitat for Humanity last weekend. See more photos on Facebook.
For the 2018-2019 Rotary year only 4 clubs in the District earned the Presidential Citation including Omaha West Rotary who received the citation with Gold Presidential Distinction. Congratulations to Past President Jill Slupe and the entire club for all of your hard work last year!
We need volunteers for two upcoming projects:
On Wednesday, October 16th we will be assembling care packages for homeless families transitioning to housing with help from Heartland Family Services.   3-5pm at Slate Architecture. Sign up by going to the calendar portion of our website and clicking on the event.
On Saturday, October 19th, we are partnering with Habitat for Humanity and Suburban Rotary for Rock the Block. 
You must sign up by clicking HERE so that you can complete the waiver, etc. 

This event is all about bringing communities together and promoting healthy neighborhoods!  Months before the event, our staff meets and surveys the existing neighbors in the areas we serve. With your help, we will assist these residents with a variety of tasks, which usually include light repair, clean-up, sanding, painting, staining, and a lot of landscaping. At the end of the day, the neighborhood shines a little brighter, and new relationships are formed.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided, as well as water to drink.  Volunteer check-in and breakfast starts at 7:30 AM.  We will kickoff at 8:00 AM with a brief introduction to Habitat and the Rock the Block program. Then the music will start pumping and the work begins!  When it is all finished, we celebrate the day’s success and show our gratitude by sitting down together for lunch.

Location- TBA- there are 2 shifts 8-11 and 11-2 

We need 1 more volunteer to represent our club at the District Business meeting on 10/17 via webinar at 7pm. Attendance credit will be given. Let Jennifer know if you can do this. 


We are a service organization with projects that support education and building understanding locally, nationally and globally.

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.

To find out about speakers at other Rotary Clubs in the area,  you can conveniently see the list of Club websites here. Then click on the home icon to the left of the club name. The list of speakers are listed on their Homepage.