Dr. Cheryl Logan- OPS Superintendent
Mar 28, 2019 12:00 PM
Annual Scholarship Luncheon
Apr 18, 2019 12:00 PM
Staff Day
May 02, 2019 12:00 PM
Luncheon at Crestridge School
May 09, 2019 12:00 PM
Exchange Students
May 16, 2019 12:00 PM
Omahan of the Year
Jun 06, 2019 12:00 PM
Changing of the Guard
Jun 27, 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
7220 F St
Omaha, NE  68127
United States of America
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Dr. Cheryl Logan
OPS Superintendent
Chair of the Day: Jack Hosking 
Invocator:  Carol Ebdon
11:15 Greeter: John Maxell 
11:45 Greeter: Bill Wax 
New Member Table Host:  Katie Henry 
Last week Kevin Story and Deanna Fuller served as Greeters.  Tom Adams gave the invocation. We had several announcements and presentations. Jeff Moran, Curt Peters, Lyle Sapp, and Holly Hollenbeck all presented on the Suburban Rotary Charitable Foundation both about purpose and goals.    The RISK bag was at $349 and Amanda Fink won a free lunch. 
Do you know an aspiring young leader who would like to attend this camp? Suburban has a budget to sponsor two students.  Please contact Jennifer for more information.  This is open to high school juniors and sophomores.  Children and grandchildren of Rotarians are welcome.
Last week Angeline Larson presented Holly Hollenbeck  with the Suburban Rotary Engagement Award. This is new  for this Rotary year and recognizes Rotarians for being involved at a higher level. Congratulations Holly!  To see your engagement tracking, CLICK HERE.    
Requirements include: 
  1. Community Service - participate in two community service activities.

  2. Committee Meetings - attend two committee meetings.

  3. Donation - make a $100 donation to the two foundations we support: the Suburban Rotary Charitable Foundation and The Rotary Foundation.

  4. Guests - bring two potential member guests to a club meeting.

  5. Miscellaneous - attend two activities of any combination of the following type:

    1. Attend a Suburban Rotary Yearlings meeting

    2. Attend a Suburban Rotary after hours event

    3. Attend a District 5650 meeting or event

    4. Serve as greeter

    5. Give an invocation

    6. This list may be added to or subtracted to at the discretion of the membership committee or at the direction of the president

If you are looking to make an impact on the scourge of Human Trafficking in our area, consider being a hotel/motel trainer.  You will teach employees how to spot and report signs of human trafficking. To learn how to do this, you must attend a training session by the Coalition on Human Trafficking.   The final session was rescheduled from this weekend due to weather to March 30th from 9am-1pm in Lincoln. To sign up, go to our website and see the tab on the upper left side.  Contact Jennifer at the office with questions.  
Mark your calendar for March 28th for an After Hours hosted by Realtor Carmela Kramer Karni.


Thank you to Suzi Brehmer/ Smith Davis for her sponsorship of speaker and student lunches for the month of March. 









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.