Rotary Club of Tahoe - Incline

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Tahoe-Incline

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Hyatt Regency
111 Country Club Drive at Lakeshore Boulevard
Incline Village, NV  89451
United States
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2015 BATTLEBORN BEERFEST PHOTOS

 

 

SIGN UP FOR SHIFTS AT THE TREE LOT

Please sign up to work several shifts at the tree lot.  All club members are needed for this major fundraiser.  Thanks. 
 
 

 

FOR CLUB MEMBERS AND GUESTS

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NEVADA DAY HAPPY HOUR

 
Invite your friends.  The more, the merrier.
 

 

NEW MEMBER PROFILE: SUSANNA KINTZ

Susanna Truax Kintz is a partner with Reese Kintz Guinasso, LLC in Incline Village.  Susanna is licensed to practice law in Nevada, California and Illinois, and practices in the areas of business law, estate planning, trust administration, probate, and asset protection.

Susanna graduated from the University of Southern California with a dual degree in mathematics and economics. Susanna earned a JD degree from Chicago Kent College of Law with honors, where she was a member of the law review. Susanna worked for Vedder Price in Chicago, in the corporate and securities law practice area. Susanna earned an LLM in International Taxation from Thomas Jefferson School of Law with highest honors, focusing in the area of asset protection, international transactions and international estate planning.

Susanna moved to Nevada in 2010 to pursue her asset protection practice under the favorable tax, trust, and business laws of Nevada. Susanna enjoys the Lake Tahoe life style and is an avid skier, hiker, volleyball player, and mountain bike rider. Susanna is the mother of four grown children.

 

 

NEW MEMBER PROFILE: LINDA OFFERDAHL

Please welcome new member, Linda Offerdahl.

Linda has been a full-time resident of Incline Village since 1988. She moved here with her husband, Richard, to start a family, and raised 3 children, now in their twenties. She has been involved with many nonprofits -- both as a philanthropist and as a volunteer. Linda also started and ran a charitable business, Dress The Part(y) for Charity for 8 years before selling it. Before moving to Incline, Linda was a teacher for 7 years, and then received her MBA degree  She has also worked in product management in the computer industry. She is a golfer and a cross country skier.

 

 

RIP Bob Wheeler

 
Robert G. Wheeler
February 6, 1943 -- September 4, 2015
 

 

WEND SCHAEFER ANNOUNCES DIGITAL X-RAY GLOBAL GRANT APPROVAL

The Rotary Club of Tahoe Incline has been awarded a global grant of $42,000 to fund the installation of modern digital x-ray equipment at the Kagondo St. Joseph Hospital in Northwest Tanzania. The digital x-ray system, which will replace the old chemically-dependent system, and will greatly advance the diagnostic capabilities at the St Joseph Hospital. X-ray images will be conveyed to a television screen in the hospital conference room for daily staff review.  High quality imaging is essential to maintain St. Joseph Hospital as the leading center in the area for treating orthopedic conditions and injuries from motor vehicles which are now of epidemic proportions in the developing nations of Africa.
 
The project is being funded jointly with four other Rotary Clubs: Solvang (California), Santa Inez Valley (California),  Sheboygan Early Bird (Wisconsin) and Anthem (Arizona).  Rotary District 5190 and The Rotary Foundation are other major contributors to this project.
 
 

 

ROTARY NIGHT AT THE ACES

Rotary Night at the Aces

August 24, 2015

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Rotary Night at the Aces
 
August 24, 2015
 
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Rotary Night at the Aces
 
August 24, 2015
 
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Rotary Night at the Aces
 
August 24, 2015
 
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DISTRICT GRANTS MANAGEMENT TRAINING

Aug 29, 2015 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM at the Parasol Building, 948 Incline Way, Incline Village, NV.
 
This is the first of four GMT for 2015-2016.  The training will certify attendees for three years.  This is one of the requirements Club's must have to apply for a Grant.
 
Sign up on the District web site at http://www.rotarydistrict5190.org/
 

 

CLUB SUPPORTS CYMBAL AND IMS JAZZ BAND

 
In April 2015, the Incline Middle School Jazz Band played for the Club.  During the meeting, the Club presented a check for $500 to CYMBAL.  Various Club members also donated more than $600 to help fund the Band's upcoming trip to the Bay Area.
 
 

2105 TERC SCIENCE EXPO

The Rotary Club of Tahoe-Incline once again supported the TERC Science Expo in March 2015.

Over 1,200 students participated in the Expo over the 5 days, learning about life science and health through activities exploring from organisms, ecosystems, food webs, inheritance, adaptation, health, nutrition, anatomy, physiology, and more!

Highlights were touching a real human brain, planting vegetable seeds, and petting rabbits of course.

 

Even Rotary spouses got in on the fun!

 
 

2015 ROTARY SPEECH CONTEST

The Rotary Speech Contest in March 2015 featured the theme: What does "it is better to light a single candle than to sit and curse the darkness" mean to you? Pictured (from left): Club Youth Services Chair, Thalia Routsis; first place winner, Owen Price; third place winner, Ryan Eppolito; second place winner, Mitchell Cornell; and Club President, Dale Smith.  The contest was co-hosted by Rotary Club of Tahoe-Incline and Rotary Club of Incline Village.  Price and Cornell advance to the area finals in April 2015.
 

 

WE'RE THIS CLOSE TO A POLIO-FREE WORLD

 
Club members show we are "this close" to eradicating polio worldwide.
 
 
 
 
 

Club Executives & Directors

President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Community Service
Club Service/Programs
International/Grants
Membership
Youth Services
Foundation
Public Image
Vocational Services
Past President
 
 

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