Rotary Labor Day DUCK DROP
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Please join us for meetings on Mondays!
 
Our compact, active, welcoming (yes, we are all three!) club currently meets for a Noon lunch meeting at the Parasol Building @ 948 Incline Way, Incline Village NV. 
 
1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Mondays at Noon in person/Hybrid via Zoom
3rd Monday 6 pm SOCIAL at various locations In Person and via Zoom if possible
 
 
Email Lu at lurn@me.com to get an email invitation with zoom link.
 
June 2022 UPDATE:
We are gearing up for the 4th of July Celebrations in North Lake Tahoe! Events will include a Local Hero's Parade on Saturday July 2nd. Our popular Duck Drop Float will be a standout for sure!

Join us as we volunteer

during the Tahoe Family Solutions ESL workshop "Conversation Cafe'" hosted by St. Patrick's Episcopal Church on Thursdays at 6pm in person/Zoom!

Contact Lu Sweeney lurn@me.com for dates/times/more info.

 

Our Co-Presidents are Lu Sweeney & Lisa Bernard

Email: lurn@me.com

Phone  510-334-5343

If you wish to be a speaker at our club, please contact one of our club directors below!

Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Community Service
International Service
Membership
Public Image
Rotary Foundation
Youth Services
Webmaster
Co-President
 
 
 

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