Weekly Program
Aug 27, 2019
Disc and Dine Evening Event
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NOTES FOR Tuesday, August 27th
DISC AND DINE is this Tuesday - Western Gateway Park - 5pm
  • All helpers should be at the park by 4:30PM. Mark Fleming and crew will be there earlier to start the barbecue!
  • All PV Rotarians are to bring a DESSERT to the event.
See you there. We're going to have a great event! Bring your ticket money if not already turned in. 
Last week's special visitor was District Governor Randy VanTassell.
Randy comes from the Bishop Rotary Club where he was president "at the turn of the century" (2000-2001). He met with the officers and board members first, and then addressed the entire club with praise and positive comments, encouraging us to continue to grow in members and service to the community. He believes that District 5190 is there to help clubs be the best they can be. He and Membership Co-Chair Bob Kline inducted Ed McSweeney and Joyce Feldman, while Randy, along with Assistant Governor Anita Daniels, presented the Quiet Rotarian Award to Darleen Won-Golder and the Making a Difference Award to Bob Kline. 
Ed McSweeney receives his pin          Joyce Feldman is inducted by Bob
                                                                                                DG Randy Shows Off His Theme Socks    
Bob Kline - Making a Difference   Darleen Won-Golder - Quiet Rotarian 
    Where will be in 2022?             Our Team of Visioners                Great Team to Help Us
Our club's Visioning session a week ago Saturday was facilitated by Robin Milam and Dennis Geare of the NC Club, Carol Scofield of GV South and PDG Gail Ellingwood of Smith Valley. We had 11 club members attend, and spent the morning in an interactive and positive session.
We did a great job in building a vision for our club for the next few years, which will be shared with the rest of the club in the next few weeks. We talked about membership growth, fundraising, local and international service projects, youth projects, and more.
The Lake Wildwood Clubhouse was a great place to meet and we had a great lunch. 
UPCOMING TRAINING - Avenues of Service
Saturday, September 28, 8:30 - 3:45, Truckee Meadows Community College - All club officers, committee chairs, new club members and all Rotarians are invited to attend the day-long session to keep moving forward. This will support increased membership, fundraising, service, and grant work. Lets carpool over the hill to continue the conversation. If you need more information or to register please go to
"This experience has been life changing. Not only did i meet lifelong friend but I met myself; my true self. I realized that when i believe in me, others believe in me. I realized that when i love myself, others love me too...Thank you so much for this experience."

 "I want to start off by thanking you for giving me a chance to go to this camp. This has been the most eye opening, life changing week of my entire life. I have grown so much in this week, and have been inspired to change my lifestyle for the better...Thank you so much!!"
Russell Hampton
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