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Upcoming Events
After Hours Hosted by Carmela Kramer Karni
Real Property Mgt. Legacy
Mar 28, 2019
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
770 North 93rd St
Apr 11, 2019
Board meeting with Orientation
Apr 15, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Adopt a Plot Clean-up
Apr 20, 2019
9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
DEA Rx Drug Take Back
Apr 27, 2019
8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Tree Planting with Keep Omaha Beautiful
Apr 27, 2019
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Apr 29, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Trustee Meeting
Apr 30, 2019
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
770 North 93rd St
May 09, 2019
Polio Plus Car Show
May 11, 2019
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
Coming Up 3/28/19 
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 re-cap 
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. 
After Hours  THIS THURSDAY! 
Mark your calendar for March 28th for an After Hours hosted by Realtor Carmela Kramer Karni.
Suburban Rotary Foundation Fundraiser 
We are conducting our annual Suburban Rotary Charitable Foundation fundraiser for the next several weeks. Our goal is 40K.  We ask every Rotarian to make a donation of any size to support all of our great projects.  Donors of $300 or more (pledge or cash) will be recognized as members of the President's Scholarship Circle.     Examples are our global grants to Afghanistan and Togo. The homeless foot clinic, meal packaging, donations to veterans, Crestridge school. Your support makes all this possible.   CLICK HERE TO DONATE ONLINE 
Thank you to those who have already donated or pledged support this year! (Scholarship Circle members are in bold)
Register for the 2019 Scholarship Luncheon
Join us for the most inspiring meeting of the year.  
Thursday, April 18th
Happy Hollow Country Club
11:30 am
Cost $30 (must be pre-registered)
Congratulations to  Jared Bakewell-9, Kathryn Schubert-10, and Dick Caulk- 40 YEARS of perfect attendance! Presented by Julie Livingston last week. 
Engagement Award 
Last week Angeline Larson presented Tom Vann  with the Suburban Rotary Engagement Award. This is new  for this Rotary year and recognizes Rotarians for being involved at a higher level. Congratulations Tom! 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

Nominations due THIS WEDNESDAY
Nominations are being sought by the 4-Way Test Committee for  Suburban Rotarian of the Year and Omahan of the Year.      
Nominations are due by March 28th.  
You can now submit nominations online.  Click HERE to nominate a Suburban Rotarian of the Year.  Click HERE to nominate an Omahan of the Year. 
At-Risk Youth Career Fair 
Youth Career fair, hosted by Suburban Rotary of Omaha.
On June 1st, 2019 from 10am to 2pm we will be hosting a youth career fair for kids in foster care and at-risk kids. Age groups will be 14-20-year-old. We will be inviting employers and organizations in the community to promote jobs for the age group available now and career ideas for the future in various fields of interest. Food will be provided to the attendees.  There is no fee to any employer, etc. who wants to attend.  Contact Kelly Adams for information on how to be involved.
Flood Help
There are many opportunities to donate supplies, money, and time to help flood victims.
Last week Mark Roberts had a "brag for bucks" about The Life House diaper drive and the funds they raised in 24 hours.
Service Opportunities 
Mark your calendars for service opportunities coming up in April and May (so. much. attendance. credit :)  Sign ups coming soon. 
Saturday, April 20th 930-1230 Prospect Hill Cemetery Clean- Up (contact Ward Peters to volunteer)
Saturday, April 27th DEA Rx drug take-back
Saturday, April 27th Tree planting with the City of Omaha (this project is full!) 
Saturday, May 11th Polio Plus Car Show (variety of jobs) 
Visiting Rotarian to speak 

Minnesota Rotarian to Share Work on Climate Advocacy

Bruce Morlan, Rotary Club member of Northfield, MN, will share his experiences working with Rotarians on climate change.

Thursday, March 28, 6:00 pm until 7:30, cash bar.

La Mesa, 1405 Fort Crook Rd. South, Between Cornhusker and Hwy 370

Morlan is a member of the Rotary Club's Climate Action Team in Northfield, and the Environmental Sustainability Rotarian Action Group, ESRAG. "We formed ESRAG to empower members of the Rotary Family worldwide to take actions to sustain our environment, particularly to stabilize our climate. " ESRAG

About Us
Congratulations to Sarah Kalhorn-Wisecup who completed the Rotary Leadership Institute 3 part course this weekend!
(If you have info for the About Us section) please contact Jennifer. 
New Member Proposal
Michael C. Morong   "Banking Management"    Union Bank and Trust 
Proposed by: Mike Fosdick 
(Any objection to this proposal must be within one week in writing to the Board of Directors)
Rotary Book Club
The next book is: The Tatooist of Auschwitz, which is a novel based on real interviews that were conducted with Holocaust Survivor and Auschwitz Tatooist, Ludwig Sokolov
We will be meeting on April 8th at 5:30 p.m. at Wheatfields on 103rd and Pacific.
Please contact Lisa Neu with any questions. 
Last Chance to attend hotel/motel training! 
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.  
Rotary Book Club
The next selection is "Bones Don't Lie," by Melinda Leigh.  It looks like a suspense thriller, and is an Amazon Charts and Wall Street Journal bestseller.  
Our next meeting to discuss this book is Tuesday, March 12, at 5:30 p.m. at Wheatfields on 103rd and Pacific.  Please remember that attendance at the Book Club counts as a Rotary Attendance members welcome! 
Monthly Lunch Sponsor


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








Need a Make-up?

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 for more information.  Check your attendance status anytime on our website. 

Bellevue , Monday Noon, DJ's Dugout, 23rd & Cornhusker-West of Kennedy Frwy,Bellevue

Millard- Monday Noon, German American Society located at 3717 South 120th Street

Omaha Morning Tues., 7 a.m.,  Happy Hollow 
Omaha Northwest , Tues. Noon,

 Jerico's, 11732 W Dodge Rd, Omaha, NE 68154


Omaha Rotary Night Club
They meet the first, third, and fifth Tuesdays of the month at 5:30 pm.
We are now known as the Omaha Rotary Night Club! Our meeting time has also changed, we now meet the first, third, and fifth Tuesdays of the month at 5:30 pm at DJ's Dugout at 176th & Q.  
Starting April 2, 2019, we will be changing all future meetings to Vincenzo's, 15701 Pacific St.

Council Bluffs Centennial Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. HyVee in the Mall of the Bluffs

Downtown -Wednesday Noon, Field Club

Western Douglas County 7 a.m., Elkhorn Common Ground Community Center, 1701 Veterans Drive (l block north of Elkhorn H. S.)

Council Bluffs Thursday Noon, Council Bluffs Senior Center


Omaha West Friday Noon,  Champions Club,
Member Birthdays
Kim-Jae Kang
March 3
Richard Miller
March 6
Nate Christ
March 9
Bill Corcoran
March 10
Carter Jones
March 14
Kelly Sanford
March 14
Bob Mundy
March 15
Eric Bopp
March 15
Bob Swartzbaugh
March 18
Julie Livingston
March 22
Lisa Neu
March 22
Lyle Sapp
March 25
Roger Carrell
March 26
Alice Schumaker
March 27
Josh Berry
March 29
David Jacobs
March 30