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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:
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929-3 ROTARY AKA
929-376-8279

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info@Rotary.Vegas

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A message for Madame president Frada for the week of March 7, 2017

A message for Madame president Frada for the week of March 7, 2017

Last Friday, my husband, Michael, and I went to Stupak Community Center to participate in the “Read Dr. Seuss” program in honor of the birthday of Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, who was born on March 2, 1904. While we were the last ones to read a book, the twenty children, between the ages of five to fourteen listened intently to the story, Great Day for Up. They were enthusiastic participants when given the opportunity to speak. This was a very easy and rewarding hands-on project that didn’t take much time at all. If anyone in the club would like to have an opportunity to read to children at the Center, please let me know. The children and the staff would really appreciate our participation in their literacy program.

In addition to reading to the children, Michael and I delivered four bags of books for the Senior Reading Program at the Center as well. Our club did such a great job of collecting books last year for Homeless Connect that we had more than a thousand books left over after distributing books to the homeless in November. Sherry Alexander, the Director of Stupak Community Center, is very happy to have us provide books to stock the Senior Reading Program shelf on a continuing basis.

Your President,
Freda Brazier

A message from Maduam President freada up the week of March 1 2017

“March is Water and Sanitation Month”

.March is Water and Sanitation Month. Over 750 million people in the world lack access to safe water and more than 2.5 billion people lack access to adequate sanitation facilities. At least 3,000 children die each day from diarrheal diseases caused by unsafe water. Rotary’s projects give communities the ability to develop and maintain sustainable water and sanitation systems and support studies related to water and sanitation. One of the recent water projects that our club participated in is the “One Drop” project. Through our donations, people in Africa have clean drinking water and they have also learned how to improve their sanitation in their homes, villages and towns.
Another project is the Corazon Super Build project. Rotarians volunteer one day to build a home for some of the poor people in Mexico. And since last year, the homes have been built with toilets. Previously the homeowners would have to use a toilet in an outhouse and the sanitation was atrocious. If you would like to participate in SuperBuild this year, please let me know. The house build will be on Saturday, May 6th. George Mejia, who was one of our members that participated in SuperBuild 2016, will be going down to Tecate again to build another home.
Your President, Freda Brazier

A few snaps from our jmetting on February 15th 2017

A few snaps from our jmetting on February 15th 2017 wonderful club photographer @wWilliam Copper #RotaryVegas 

A few snaps from this weeks meeting

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Homeless connect community involvement event 11-17 2016

On this Thanksgiving we are extremely thankful for the philanthropic community that is rotary. Many of our colleagues are traveling to love ones and friends homes may all of your community connections bring you warmth. Warmth and light into your hearts as without people that do the heavy lifting Such As this @rotaryVegas society would be a much more Intreped community .

This past week participated in the homeless Connect out reach program #CashmanField . Many of our feather fellow philanthropic leaders came together to provide resources and services for individuals that are desperately in need of them. Our Rotary community gathered over the thousand books to provide a little bit of enlightenment for individuals that are on her having rough timesimage image image image image image image image image image

The mob is back in town (((ok ok Maybe we are just talking about the past 50 years in @vegas))

I don’t know how many of our members have visited The Mob Museum. Michael and I have visited the museum several times and have attended many of the speaker programs there. Geofff Schumacher, Director of Content for the Mob Museum, is going to be our speaker. I believe it will be an excellent program. Hope to see you there.

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Presidents message from madam President Freada for the week of November 2ed

President’s Message…..imageThis past Saturday I was extremely proud of the Las Vegas-Central Rotary Club. Our club has 32 members: 20 Active, 2 Corporate Active, 9 Leave of Absence and 2 Honorary. Seven of our active/corporate active members attended Rotary Essentials: Bob, Sharon, Louisa, Gary, Lanetta, Martha and myself. That is 35% of our active/corporate active membership. And I’m sure they all left the training seminar feeling like they had learned a lot new information about Rotary. The topics discussed were Vocational Service, Membership, Pubic Image and The Rotary Foundation. From April 10-April 15, 2016, one delegate from each District worldwide came together to discuss and vote on suggested changes in Rotary International. It was one of the most progressive Council’s on Legislation that RI has ever had. PDG Roger Schulte was District 5300’s delegate. Some of the biggest changes grantedclubs more freedom in determining their meeting schedule and membership. They also approved an increase of $4 per member per year for the next three years. The Board will begin to revise our Club Constitution and our Club By-laws and they will be presented to the Club Members for a vote. If you wish to learn more about the Council on Legislation, you can download the report on www.rotary.org.

Updated meeting location for October 5, 2016

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A few snaps from from our first taste and fellowship mixer

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image At Brio Townsquare tell her she was had by all

A few AWSOME Snaps From Our Club Photog Bill Coper

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A few AWSOME Snaps from our Club Photog Bill Copper

A few AWSOME Snaps from our Club Photog Bill Copper

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