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Club Officers

President :
Freda Brazier
Fbrazier@rotary.Vegas

Secretary
Louisa Mendoza
Lmendoza@rotary.vegas

Treasurer
Sharon Spann
Sspann@Rotary.vegas

Foundation Director
Robert Hellriegel
Rh@Rotary.vegas

President Elect 2017/2018
Gary Harlon
GH@Rotary.vegas

New direct contact number:
Mobile

929-3 ROTARY AKA
929-376-8279

Email the Las Vegas Centeral Rotary club

info@Rotary.Vegas

Presidents Message: June 17, 2015

First I want to thank the club members and potential members who attended my debunking party last week, I enjoyed the event and even the swim. Even though I have two more weeks as the club president officially we will be starting to transfer from my leadership to Freda’s. All of our past presidents each had different ways of doing things, change is not the enemy Rotary must adapt in order to grow and attract new younger members.
For our members who played in or pledged money in support of our Poker event I thank you very much, because all net profits support our clubs foundation which funds all our youth and community service projects. I know you have all heard the tag line “It’s not about the money” Well it is. Rotary cannot do anything without our donations to the Rotary International Foundation in our pledges, Rotary gives hundreds of millions of dollars away each year. These funds provide many things from water wells, health care, education, post graduate scholarships just to name a few. The L.V. Central Rotary Club also depends on funds either by you buying or selling tickets to our fund raising events. Without the money raised during these events our club would need to cut back on our youth and community projects.
Rotary started as a networking club buy it changed its focus after only a few years to service and helping our fellow man. Now that does not mean you cannot network with your fellow members or members from other clubs, but all actions should meet and stand up to the 4-Way Test. Rotary is Service, it is also Friendship, and it also offers education to its members, it is respect because you are seen as someone who works to improve our community. Remember that when you were invited to join Rotary we saw something in you that told us you wanted to help change the world and make it a better place, let that person out.

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