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Omaha Suburban Rotary Youth Programs Fundraiser
June 4, 2022
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
90th & Military Road - Omaha
Free to attend the car show
Show your car!
- - Pre-Registration $20 at www.rotarycarshow.org
- - Registration Fee $25 Day of Show
- - 3 Trophies Per Class
- - 1 Trophy Best of Show,
- - 1 Trophy Suburban Rotary President Choice Award
$25 to be admitted to the Certified Transmission Car Museum with over 100 collector cars.
. . Tickets are available at the door
. . Concessions are available
9:00 am - 11:00 am Registration
11:00 am - 2:00 pm Show
2:00 pm Awards
10:00 am - 2:00 pm Museum Open
 
Contact Amanda for additional information
Omaha West Rotary Club
Sunday, June 5th, 2022
12pm to 3pm
Werner Park ~ 12356 Ballpark Way ~ Papillion, NE 68046
$40 per ticket (purchase at: click here)
Local restaurants and bars compete in different categories
prize money; judged by the guests of the event and local celebrity judges
 
Proceeds:
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha
Omaha West Rotary Charitable Foundation
 
Music:
Ecko (https://eckophonic.com/)
 
Details - click here
Lincoln South Rotary Club Farewell Event 2021-22
Friday, June 24, 2022
Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed ~ 340 Victory Lane, Lincoln, NE 68528
Reservations are required for this special meeting
 
11:00 a.m. – Social
11:30 a.m. – Lunch
12:15 p.m. – Business Meeting
12:30 p.m. – Museum Tour
$25 per person
Luncheon Catered by The Venue - Entrée, Salad, Rolls, and Sugar Cookies; Coffee and Iced Tea
Wine and Beer
Contact: djvrana67@gmail.com, 402-613-0323
 
Click here to register
 
WHAT TO EXPECT THE DAY OF THE SCRAMBLE
10:30 am Registration Begins
Lunch Specials Available in the Pub
Purchase String & Mulligans
Raffle Ticket Sales & Silent Auction Open
Warm-up on Driving Range & Putting Green
11:30 am Shotgun Start for the Tournament
5;00 pm Dinner Served
5:30 pm Winners Announced
Flight Awards, Pin Prizes, Raffle Prizes, SIlent Auction
Questions? Contact Jason Linde at 402-619-8007 or jason.linde@greatwesternbank.com
Published in the Lincoln Journal Star April 30, 2022
 
Using a Rotary District 5650 Matching Grant, Lincoln South Rotary Club supported the expansion of Early Head Start by providing two multi-child strollers. Pictured left to right Heather Loughman, Executive Director Community Action Partnership of Lancaster and Saunders Counties, Lisa Janssen, Program Administration at Community Action Partnership of Lancaster and Saunders Counties and DeEtta Vrana, President Lincoln South Rotary Club.

This is the Spirit of Rotary – this is the Spirit of Community.

This email came from the Johnson County Central Superintendent to the Fairbury High School Assistant Principal and forwarded to the Fairbury Rotary Club.

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To: Fairbury Rotary Club 
From Mr. Davis - Fairbury H.S. Assistant Principal/Athletic Director
Date: Fri, Jan 28, 2022 at 10:02 AM
Subject: Thank you!

It just feels good to be generous and you guys made this happen.  I wanted to pass on the Thanks from JCC.  I also wanted to let you know how I appreciate everything you do for the school and the community making this a better place to live.  
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To: Mr. Davis
From: Jon H. Rother, Superintendent Johnson County Central
Date: Fri, Jan 28, 2022 at 10:02 AM
Subject: Thank you!

Thank you for your hospitality and generosity last night after the basketball games!  The Fairbury Rotary Club gave our basketball teams burgers and brats prior to leaving.  They were very appreciative!  Thanks for helping feed them!
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The Auburn Nebraska Rotary Club raises funds annually to End Polio Now. They pass buckets through the crowd during a high school football game. This year they raised $350.85. Since the Gates Foundation is matching funds 2 to 1, the impact is $1,052.55.
Throughout the past year and a half of the COVID-19 pandemic, need in our community has been great, particularly for access to essentials such as food. Accordingly, need for community support has also grown.
 
Last month, Downtown Lincoln Rotary Club #14 recognized this increased need and stepped up to create a Little Free Pantry at Community Action’s Gathering Place soup kitchen. The pantry was officially dedicated in an Oct. 29 ceremony.
 
Click here for Lincoln Journal Star story.
 
The four Rotary Clubs in Lincoln are participating in a joint Blood Drive August 19 through September 30. Rotarians, spouses and adult children are encouraged to participate in the blood drive.
 
To read the story in the Lincoln Journal Star Neighborhood Extra section, click here
 
 
Lincoln South Rotary Club was in The Neighborhood Extra section of The Lincoln Journal Star on August 27, 2021. Our article about presenting $1,000 to Zaineb Aljumayaat to help her attend the Rhode Island School of design. She got attention for placing in a contest to design a duct tape prom dress. Click here for a copy of that article. Read more to see more photos and other published news