We will be meeting at Vincenzo's on December 20th at 5:30 for a regularly scheduled meeting.
Rotary's Mission:
We provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
President's Pen
Wow, 2022 has flown by.  Our club added a few new members, had a lot of great speakers, had well attended club meetings and socials, and we all worked together to put on a great fundraiser.  Please join us to tomorrow night to make our last meeting of the year a great one.
Thank you Darcy for hosting our holiday party again this year.  Also, thank you to all of you who donated to Project Wee Care this year and those who donated to Gary's ride to end polio!  We have a very generous club.
This week we will hear from Gretchen on how Gary did on his Polio ride and we will also be joined by Zeb Rogers.  Zeb is the R&D Chef for Stokes and Restaurants Inc.  It should be a mouth watering presentation.
Thank You!
Dennis Ritter
Question of the Week
This is our last Rotary club meeting of the year.  What are you looking forward to most, for our club, next year?
The Ride
Gary will be riding in the 101-mile Ride to End Polio in Tuscan on November 19th.  Gary provides his narrative of the event and a link to how you can help to eradicate Polio.
More about NOMA
Our club selected the North Omaha Music and Arts Academy as the beneficiary of our first annual "We Give Back" fundraiser for fall 2022.  Who is NOMA and what do they do?  Keep reading.

Couldn't attend our fundraiser?  Donate online.

Imagine Rotary Tour Summary
Are you curious about how the Imagine Rotary Tour went for our District?
Here is a summary of the tour described by our District Governor, Barbara Bartle
7 Dots - 7 Causes

Interesting thing about this year's Rotary theme logo, those 7 dots represent the 7 causes that build local and international relationships, improve lives, and create a better world. One of those dots represents September's Rotary focus on education.

If you'd like to be reminded of the 7 causes, here's a link: https://www.rotary.org/en/our-causes

Well Done Omaha Night!
Our club received two awards at the District Conference this year.  The first one was for hitting our Citation goals.  Our club was one of nine that hit their goals out of twenty clubs in our district.  The other award was for our level of participation in the Polio Plus Fund contributions.  Both of these awards were achieved because of the leadership of Gretchen and the efforts of all of you throughout the year.  Congratulations!  Lets do it again this year.
Rotary's Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Are we doing all that we can to make sure our club is welcoming to everyone, treating everyone with dignity and respect and allowing all voices to be heard?  That's part of Rotary's commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.  We may be a small club, but that means this is even more important that we are aware of all aspects of what this really means.  It's not just about the things we can see, but also about the things we can't see.  
This is a leadership training opportunity - and will benefit not only you as a Rotarian, but will benefit the company you work for.  For more details continue reading.

Upcoming Meetings

Unless otherwise noted, Club Meetings are at Vincenzo's Party Room. 
Club Meeting
Mar 07, 2023
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Club Meeting
Mar 21, 2023
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
District Conference 2023
Mar 31, 2023 – Apr 01, 2023
Club Meeting
Apr 04, 2023
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Club Meeting
Apr 18, 2023
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
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