Our President is Brendan O'Donovan -

Email: presidentbrendan15@yahoo.com Phone: 323 490 3281  

If you wish to be a speaker at our club, please contact our Club Service Chair, Frank Spees -

Email:  trusts@spees.com or Phone:775-527-0630

 
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Come to our meeting this Monday for lunch!  

OUR PRESIDENT

WELCOMES YOU!  

President Brendan O'Donovan welcomes you to the Rotary Club of Incline Village.

Join us at the North Shore of beautiful Lake Tahoe for lunch at 12:15 on Monday at the D.W. Reynolds Center at 948 Incline Way in Incline Village, Nevada.

----Here are some things going on with our club:---

"Demonstration and Martial Arts Help Students "
 Presentation will be skillfully demonstrated by Lourdes Bernal and Luis Segoviano and family, proud members of the World Tang So Doo Association.  Studying Martial Arts helps students develop physical, neurological, academic, and social goals, while learning respect for self and others in the community.
"Demonstration and Martial Arts Help Students "
 Presentation will be skillfully demonstrated by Lourdes Bernal and Luis Segoviano and family, proud members of the World Tang So Doo Association.  Studying Martial Arts helps students develop physical, neurological, academic, and social goals, while learning respect for self and others in the community.
"Demonstration and Martial Arts Help Students "
 Presentation will be skillfully demonstrated by Lourdes Bernal and Luis Segoviano and family, proud members of the World Tang So Doo Association.  Studying Martial Arts helps students develop physical, neurological, academic, and social goals, while learning respect for self and others in the community.
 

Ruth and Wayne Glass, Some of the Proud Winners of the Annual Red, White and Tahoe Blue Ducky Race Sponsored and Conducted By Rotary.  Thousands of Dollars were raised for Charity!  Buy Your Ducks Early-anytime of the year-Call Judy Spees at 775 832-7006

 

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The First Incline Village Rotary Garden at Village and Tahoe Blvd.

We are Planning More!

 
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Rotary Bus Shelters
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 Rotary of Incline Village and Tahoe Incline Rotary Joint Music Contest

 

       The joint Music and Speech Contest held by the Rotary Club of Incline Village and the Rotary Club of Tahoe Incline was deemed a success by all who attended.  The morning club put on a great event that had six fantastic speakers, and our club put on a Music contest that had wonderful musicians and a crowd of almost 80 people to applaud them. The top two winners of each event will move on to the Area contest on April 19th at the Lake Tahoe School (also hosted by the two Incline clubs).  It will be held at 5:30 and have contestants from all five North Tahoe/Truckee clubs.  We look forward to a night of interesting speeches, beautiful music, wine, soft drinks and appetizers. Here are a few pictures from the music contest.

 

2012 Music Contestants
 
 
 
 
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Speakers
Our very own Logan Rebholz on computer security
Apr 03, 2017
Computer security!
Bill Watson
Apr 10, 2017
Crystal Bay Club Manager
John Rogers
Apr 17, 2017
TBD
Jonathon Smith
Apr 24, 2017
TBD
Ed Leutheuser
May 01, 2017
TBD
Jeff Poindexter
May 08, 2017
TBD
Ray Steinberg
May 15, 2017
TBD
Ned Stock
May 22, 2017
TBD
Dark (Memorial Day)
May 29, 2017
Mike Trute
Jun 05, 2017
TBD
Ken Viel
Jun 12, 2017
TBD
Open (Duck Race Prep)
Jun 19, 2017
Brendan O'Donovan
Jun 26, 2017
TBD
 

Report Make-ups to Logan Rebholz at loganr@wireddirect.com 

 
 
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