THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR SUCCESSFUL TOYS FOR TOTS Campaign!!!!
Please join us for meetings on Mondays!
 
Our compact, active, welcoming (yes, we are all three!) club currently meets on a COVID precautions in place, flexible schedule with aspirations to meet in person when advisable:
 
1st, 2nd and 5th Mondays at Noon via Zoom
3rd Monday 6 pm SOCIAL via Zoom or if possible in person
4th Monday 6 pm via Zoom.
 
Email Lu at lurn@me.com to get an email invitation with zoom link.
 
January UPDATE:
The Rotary Club of Incline Village (noon) and Rotary Club of Tahoe Incline (morning) are partnering with Incline Education Fund to bring computers to Incline Middle School teachers and students!
Learn MORE at www.inclineeducationfund.org
Both clubs are also collaborating to bring updated and much needed equipment to our essential volunteers for the Washoe County Amateur Radio Emergency System (WCARES). This group has been deployed during 2020 and helped keep our community safe.

 The 2020 LABOR DAY DUCK DROP was a success!

Thank you to all the people who bought and helped sell Duck tickets for our wonderful club!

Huge thanks to our NLTFPD Station 11, C-Shift crew for their support. Congratulations to the winners!

 

Our President is Lu Sweeney 

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!

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Secretary
Treasurer
Club Service
Community Service
Membership
Public Image/Brand
Rotary Foundation
Youth Services
 
 
 
 

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