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May 30, 2019 12:00 PM
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Sarah Johnson
Jun 06, 2019 12:00 PM
Omaha Bicycle Company
Coalition on Human Trafficking
Jun 13, 2019
Update on Grant
Changing of the Guard
Jun 20, 2019 12:00 PM
Metro Luncheon- Tom Osborne
Aug 15, 2019 12:00 PM
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Welcome to Suburban Rotary of Omaha! 

Celebrating 50 years of Fun and Service 

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Anthony's
7220 F St
Omaha, NE  68127
United States of America
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Cindy Van Bibber
Director of Omaha National Cemetery 
Please join us for this special meeting as we honor all of our Rotary Veterans as well 
 
Chair of the Day: Roger Morrissey 
11:15 Greeter: Dan Wellendorf
11:45 Greeter: Ian Vickers 
Invocator: Suzi Brehmer  
 
 
Last week Rich and Tracy Rowland served as Greeters. Mark Anson gave the invocation.  We had several announcements and presentations as well as a new member introduction.   Curt Peters filled in as President and introduced our exchange students and we heard from each of them about their time in the United States. The RISK bag was at $502 and Ralph Williams won a free lunch. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Last week Travis Sholin introduced us to new member Tumi Oluyole.  Tumi is the CEO of Jan-Pro of Omaha, the number one professional commercial cleaning company.  He is also the Managing Partner of D & K Financial, LLC a tax and accounting firm. In addition, Tumi is an adjunct professor in accounting for the College of Business at Bellevue University where he has been teaching since 2014.
 
He holds a  Master of Science in Management Information Systems from Bellevue University and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting also from Bellevue University. He has been a Certified Public Accountant since 2010, and a Certified Fraud Examiner since 2015. His work experience includes working as a Managing Partner of an Accounting and Tax Services firm, former Director of Audit Services for a CPA firm, and a business owner and investor for several start-up companies.
 
Tumi is  currently the Assistant Treasurer for the National Association of Black Accountants Central Region and a board member of the National Association of Black Accountants Omaha Metro. He has also been on several boards for non-profit organizations and has a zeal to help kid. He is the Founder and current Board Chair of Life is Us, Inc. whose mission is aimed at preventing homelessness and breaking the cycle of family poverty around the world by promoting pathways to economic independence through social assistance, advocacy, education, and innovation.  
 
Tumi is married to Farida Bellow- Oluyole and enjoys sports in his free time. Welcome, Tumi! 
 
 
Congratulations to Judy Sealer- 3 years, Tracy Rowland- 4 years, and Jim Leslie- 39 years who were recognized for 100% attendance by Nick Eastland last week. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thank you to all of those who supported the wide variety of programs Suburban Rotary does by giving to our local Foundation fundraiser.  It's not too late to help us reach our goal.  If you would like to make a contribution of any size, please contact Jennifer. We will continue to recognize our President's Scholarship Circle members (donors of $300 or more) for a couple more weeks. Thank you for your generosity! 
Thank you to the amazing car show committee (especially Chairs Amanda Fink and Eric Dawson) and the 60+ volunteers who helped pull off this event on Saturday. Final numbers are still being tallied but we will have a report for the club soon.    A special thank you to Peter Fink/Certified Transmission who allowed us to use his car museum as part of this event.  
 
 
 
On Saturday, June 1st Suburban Rotary is going to hold our first-ever career fair for young adults exiting foster care and other at-risk youth.   Approximately 23K kids age out of foster care each year.  About 20% of these will become homeless after turning 18 and leaving the system.  By age 24 only 1 out of every 2 young adults aging out of foster care will have gainful employment.  This career fair is Suburban Rotary's attempt to do something about these statistics.
 
We will have employers and career resources for these young people on at Center Mall (1941 S. 42nd Street) for students to learn about opportunities for employment, military service, health care and other community resources. We will provide lunch and goody bags for the young people and will hold gift card drawing as an incentive to visit the booths.  Please join us and volunteer this day to help young people in our community.  We need approximately 35 volunteers. If you would like to donate a gift card or prize, please contact Kelly Adams.  
 
Saturday, June 1st Career Fair for At-Risk and Foster Care Youth  
Saturday, June 8th 930 Cemetery Clean-Up 
Saturday, June 15th  730-1030 Highway Clean-Up
 
 
Want to enjoy the great outdoors and enjoy being above ground?  Then come to the next Adopt A Plot yard waste clean up at Prospect Hill Cemetery, 3202 Parker Street, where our club has made a commitment to return every three weeks to tidy up a visible section of the oldest cemetery in Omaha.  Our next time to get 'er done is Saturday, June 8th, at 9:30 a.m.  We rake, sweep, weed whack, pick up sticks and litter and make the grounds look respectable.   Cookies and blisters galore!  Future Saturday Adopt A Plot clean up days include: 6/29, 7/27, 8/17 and 9/14.  Contact Ward Peters and join in on the fun! 

 

Thank you to Eric Dawson/Shadow Lake Collision for his sponsorship of speaker and student lunches for the month of May.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATTENDANCE at Suburban Rotary needs to be at 50% of the meetings. Make-ups also count. 

 

ONLINE MAKE-UPS Have you checked this out? If you sometimes find it hard to attend a make-up meeting locally or while out of town, check out the option and opportunity of making up a Rotary meeting 24/7 via the internet. You will find this information at http://www.rotaryeclubone.org for more information.  Check your attendance status anytime on our website.