Paul Harris Awards were distributed on April 15th.
Congratulations to our members receiving thier awards!
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20th Annual Millard Rotary Sandy Brophy Memorial Golf Tournament 2019-04-05 05:00:00Z 0
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Before we know it, this snow will be gone and it will be time for District Conference.  The theme this year is “Shape the Future”.
Save the date: July 26 and 27th – Lied Lodge and Conference Center, Nebraska City. 
 
We have many things planned – one of which will be a cruise on the Belle of Brownville boat!
 
Other family opportunities will be offered and available at discounted prices.  Registration is open and can be done by clicking here.
 
Additional information previously published:
 
Attention: This is NOT your Grandpa’s conference!
 
This will be a fresh and exciting weekend with inspirational, informative speakers and family events.
 
Bring your family! Plan to come early or stay late. Nebraska City Rotarians are working hard to put together deals and discounts for family in their community.
 
Other conference features:
- - Service project for all conference attendees including your guests - Service Above Self
- - Rotary International Representative attending on behalf of the Rotary International President
- - Registration is open (click here) - $100 through March 31; $140 after that
- - Blocks of hotel rooms for the conference have been booked and the links to those are below (see separate article).
 
Many more details are being worked out and will be released as they are finalized.
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 ESU #3
6949 S 110th St
LaVista, NE  68128
United States of America

WHAT IS ONE ROTARY SUMMIT?

A One Rotary Summit (ORS) is all about the synergy among Membership, Public Image, and Humanitarian Service.
 
Those attending the ORS will jointly develop creative ways to achieve and sustain membership growth and retention, to increase Rotary Foundation giving and project engagement, and to gain enhanced public image in their communities. 
 
This year’s ORS places emphasis on the synergy described above, People of Action, this year’s Rotary Theme: Be the Inspiration, and “Why Rotary?”  That synergy is explained in Welcome to ORS - a two-minute video by Jennifer Jones, past Rotary International Vice President.
 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This is for ALL CLUB MEMBERS – new and experienced members.  It is suggested that all club president elects also plan on attending as the second part of their PETS training.  Since this is replacing Assembly this year, be sure to also invite your committee chairs and board members.  We also recommend that anyone who is a member of your club's membership committee to attend (And we all know we are all on the membership committee, right?)
 
There is no cost to attend this interactive event!  But we do need you to sign up. Go to the District Page to do so HERE.
Once we know about how many people we are expecting, we will send out the location in the Omaha/Council Bluffs area.
 
Use the comments box to detail how many people from your club will be attending if you can't take the time to register individual people.
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Posted by Leigh Sittenauer on Mar 27, 2019
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.
 
MAKE-UP OPPORTUNITIES Leigh Sittenauer 2019-03-27 05:00:00Z 0
Dear Rotarians,
 
As a Rotarian we are sure you are aware of the recent flooding in eastern Nebraska and southwestern Iowa. It has impacted many of the communities our clubs serve. As a district,  know we are here to help in any way we can. We have had several Rotary districts outside Nebraska contact us to make donations. We have decided to direct cash contributions directly to the American Red Cross as they are best suited to respond to help those most in need. If you or your club would like to make a cash contribution to the relief effort, donations can be made payable to and sent to:
 
American Red Cross - Nebraska Flooding
2912 S 80th Ave 
Omaha, NE  68124
 
These donations will stay locally and benefit the communities most affected in Nebraska and SW Iowa. 
 
As the waters recede and recovery efforts begin we will begin coordinating efforts in the district to help our clubs most effected serve their communities as they recover from this devastating event. We will be reaching out to all of the members of District 5650 to enlist your help to help our fellow Rotarians and their communities recover from this monumental disaster. 
 
Yours in Rotary,
 
Julie O'Hara
District Governor
 
Mick McKinley
District Governor Elect
 
Roxy Orr 
District governor Nominee
 
Carol Horner
District Governor Nominee - Designee
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Rotary Car Show 2019-03-14 05:00:00Z 0
The February 21st Millard Food Pantry was a success thanks to your time, commitment and energy!  We served 66 families.  Here is the breakdown of the 66 families:
 
Total number in household:  289 people
149 children
120 adults
20 seniors 
 
18 families were first time visitors!  
 
Thanks again, it takes a team to pull this off!
VOLUNTEERS:
Dave Endress
John (and Dixie) Bednar
Joleen (and Jeff) Beecher
Bob Cannella (and Bobb, Jr.)
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This event is to premiere the Coalition videos on Human Trafficking
(partially paid by a Rotary District Grant) and to honor
Stephen Patrick O'Meara for his  many years of service. 
 
An Evening of Celebration
January 24, 2019
5:00 - 5:45 p.m. 
White wine and light hors d’oeuvres will be served

5:45 - 6:45 p.m.
Program

Marian High School Performing Arts Center
7400 Military Avenue, Omaha

Tickets - $20 each

Rotarians and their guests are welcome to join us at no charge.

Join us as we share the work completed this past year, 
preview our new educational videos and honor one of our most
relentless volunteers, Stephen Patrick O'Meara.
Register by January 18, 2019 at
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Be sure to turn in your ROTO tickets and Money by December 17th.
You need not be present to win.
 
Drawings will be held on December 17th.  It is important that the tickets are received on or prior to the December 17 date. 
The obligation of your $100 does not go away if the tickets are not turned in. There will be 15 drawings for a total of $1,000 to be awarded in prizes!
The 15 winners will include 1-$500, 2-$100 & 12-$25.
 
Funds raised will be used to fund our scholarship program for the Millard School District.  We will award scholarships to Millard High School seniors as selected by our Scholarship Committee. 
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2nd Annual Texas Hold 'Em Tournament 2018-12-07 06:00:00Z 0
Posted by Leigh Sittenauer on Dec 06, 2018

Millard Rotary will be helping to recycle Christmas Trees again this year. 

Saturday, December 29 and Sunday,  December 30 at 156th and “F”-By the football fields.

We will have three two-hour shifts each day, 10-12, 12-2, 2-4.

SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER HERE.

As always, make up credits will be awarded for your help.

Thank you! 

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Posted by Leigh Sittenauer on Dec 02, 2018

Happy Birthday!Image

Ralph Palmer, December 2nd

Deanna Albertson, December 5th

Lowell Thrasher, December 23rd

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Posted by Leigh Sittenauer on Nov 28, 2018
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In the event of inclement weather, Millard Rotary follows Millard Public Schools. If MPS cancels school due to inclement weather our Rotary meeting will be canceled that day as well. We have taken this policy for the safety of our members and the staff at German American Society. We appreciate your understanding.
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Posted by Leigh Sittenauer on Nov 25, 2018

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Monday, December 17th we will be having our 7th Annual Millard Rotary White Elephant Gift Exchange.  If you are not familiar of what a white elephant gift exchange is, here is a brief run down.

Participants will draw a number from a hat when you arrive to determine the gift choice order, starting with one, up to the total number of participants.  Each person takes a turn choosing a gift.  The first person picks a gift, opens it and shows it to the rest of the group.  Then the person that drew number two can either pick an unopened gift or “steal” a previously opened gift.  If the gift was “stolen,” the person who had their gift taken from them gets to choose another gift and then the turn passes to the next number.  The gift exchange continues until all gifts have been opened.  The person that drew number 1 also gets to go last.

 

Here are a couple of simple house rules:  Please bring a wrapped gift with a value of no more than $20 to participate.  A gift cannot be “stolen” more than two times.

***NEW*** Anyone wearing an ugly sweater/ holiday attire at this meeting will get an additional attendance credit. There may even be a prize.

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As part of Kim Saum-Mills’ update about Millard Public Schools at the August 6th meeting, she told us about the #BeKind campaign, which kicks-off with the start of school, this month.
 
Below is a message from her about this City-wide campaign, so that you are each aware.  The attached flyer explains more about Millard Public Schools’ involvement.
 
Please contact Kim with questions or for more information and to find out how you can get more involved, yourself, and/or for your company.
 
Thank you for your support for Millard Public Schools.
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CONGRATULATIONS! PERFECT ATTENDANCE:
 
Dave Bruce - 14 years
Kim Cafferty - 10 years
Bob Cannella- 20 years
Tammy Coleman - 1 year
Dave Endress - 11 years
Adrian Enzastiga - 5 years
Ben Hoy - 1 year
Virgil Johnson - 34 years
Puja Kandel - 1 year
Amanda Kermoade - 1 year
Forrest Newburg - 2 years
Ralph Palmer - 26 years
Julia Petersen - 3 years
Jack Ramaekers - 4 years
Chuck Sederstrom III - 16 years
Leigh Sittenauer - 10 years
Patrick Sittenauer - 1 year
Bonnie Skartvedt - 29 years
Tom Wilkinson - 2 years
Grant Yates - 28 years
Brian Zahm - 16 years
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ClubRunner Mobile: Millard Rotary Club on the Go

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ClubRunner Mobile App
 
Password protected just like your website, the ClubRunner Mobile app allows you to to view your member directory, contact your members and executives, read the latest articles posted to your website and even learn more about your upcoming events and speakers, right from your smartphone or tablet.
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