Our Rotary Meeting Tomorrow, Monday, July 21, 2024 is 6PM at Ski Beach!

      This is a structured pot luck, so bring Mexican food to share.  If you don't feel like cooking you could order take out from a Mexican restaurant.  We are honoring fellow Rotarian, outgoing Judge E. Alan Tiras and other people found out about it and want to come and recognize him too.  Other Rotarians will be coming and attorneys and members of the community.  Rookies is setting up a Modelo beer stand to honor him.  Otherwise bring the beverage of your choice and some to share.  There could be a lot of people so beach chairs could be a good idea.  Utensils, plates and tablecloths will be provided by our club.  Come early if you want to talk to Judge Tiras or play Bocce ball.
RCIV - Club Monthly MONDAY schedule: 
MONDAYS -  In Person at Parasol Building, 948 Incline Way,  Trepp Room
12-1:30p; Social time - Noon-12:15.  
3rd MONDAY -  6pm  SOCIAL  In Person, Location TBA/varies
The Honorable E. Alan Tiras              
 
 
Full Report on our Last Club Meeting
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     Co-Presidents Bridget and Judy led a fun, action-packed, meaningful meeting which 19 people attended. Many members participated in different segments of the meeting and Micheline Thompson and Elena Popova were inducted as the newest members of our club.
     Claudia Anderson told us about all the facets of the Parasol Foundation including purchasing fire lookout cameras for the Tahoe Basin.  Jon Smith explained our Club's own Foundation and later paid $70 to the Endowment Fund to win the auction for a box of See's Candy he then gave to his wife for their anniversary.
     Neal Riemer won the Raffle but did not pick the purple chip out of the bag so the pot is over $300 next time with only 6 chips left!  Many members were recognized for birthdays, anniversaries and happy moments and gave money to the Club's operating account.
     Judy played her theme song "Hey Jude" and talked about overcoming hardships in her life and "making it better."  She even played "When the Saints Come Marching In" on her clarinet.
     The lunch was delicious with two types of Quiche, salad, brownies and lemon cake.
     Hope to see you at the next meeting!
CALENDAR THESE UPCOMING MEETINGS:

July 29 Classical Tahoe with Laura Hamilton then Duck Planning

Aug 5  Amy Berry The Tahoe Fund

Aug 12  Volker Huber, CEO of Seven Seals Swiss Whisky and past pres of the Sparks Rotary

Aug 19  Search Dogs with Julie Padelford  followed by Duck Prep

Aug 26  Hawaiian Luau (both clubs!) at Lower Tyrolia Club Haus 6 PM potluck social

Aug 30 Special Duck Numbering Party

Sept 2 Duck Drop on Labor Day

Come and Break Bread with Your Rotary Friends!

RCIV - Club Monthly MONDAY schedule: 
MONDAY LUNCH - Parasol Building, 948 Incline Way, Trepp Room, 12-1:30p; Social time - Noon-12:15.  
3rd MONDAY DINNER SOCIAL-  6pm Location TBA/varies
 
 
New Members Micheline Thompson and Elena Popova with Sponsors and our Presidents
Rotary Gardeners Frank, Lu and Gail
    Oportunities For Service
 
We track Club Rotary volunteer hours so tell us about it when you volunteer (lurn@me.com/510-334-5343)!
RCIV Club events to VOLUNTEER
Contact Lu at lurn@me.com or text/call 510-334-5343.
 
WE NEED VOLUNTEERS TO SELL DUCKS!  Our big fundraiser is a Labor Day Duck Drop where people buy numbered ducks which are dropped fire truck's extended ladder.  Those closest to the target win prizes.  All the money goes to charitable causes.  Call or text Lu to sign up 510-334-5343.
 
AUGUST 15th:  Tahoe Family Solutions Fundraiser
(TFS new member of our club Micheline Thompson)  Buy tickets and attend at 5:00pm in the Aspen Grove cocktail reception hour, live music by MUMBO GUMBO, dinner, silent auction, fundraiser and more.  All proceeds benefit TFS Mental Health programming and services. Country Club Casual attire.  Scroll down to see more information.
 
AUGUST 26th: Annual Pot Luck Hawaiian Luau
Time: 6 pm
Where: (lower) Tyrolia Club Haus, 1200 Altdorf Terrace
Hosts: Judy and Frank Spees of RCIV
Food: Potluck-Bring Hawaiian food to share
Beverages: BYOB and one to share. (Frank will be making his special Blue Hawaiian cocktail)
Dress: Smart Casual or Hawaiian
RSVP - Judy Spees - speeslaw@yahoo.com

This will be a lot of fun with your Rotary friends!
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SEPTEMBER 2nd - Labor Day Duck Drop!  Volunteer to help out!
 
ONGOING:  Our Club's See's Candies Fundraiser:  Buy See's Candy online and have it delivered to your door or wherever you want to send it.  Our club will receive all the profit!  Here is the link:  https://www.yumraising.com/secure/mycf_my_charity_foundation86/FraSpe9039/candy
The proceeds go to the endowment of our club's foundation.  Once it hits $100,000 all income goes to the club for charitable projects.
 
ONGOING:  Rotary Garden 9AM Wednesdays. Thanks to Chevron Manager Doug Brown and  High Sierra Garden for their support!  Mike Trute has been laying rocks and Gail Smith, Lu Sweeney and Frank Spees are weeding, planting, watering and repairing sprinklers. Join us Wednesdays or just go by anytime your schedule permits to help out!
 
Read with Me - Joan Ellen and both Sweeneys do this during school year - Training is needed. Contacts are Sharon Shrage and John reachable at  inclinereadwithme@gmail.com
 
Conversacion Cafe - THS ESL practice sessions now on Mondays from 5-6pm hosted by St. Pat’s in town. No training needed. coordinator Lucille Wang
 
Help Host Our Rotary Exchange Student - You can be a host family or “kidnap an exchange student for a day, evening, event…” opportunities this Fall with our new RYE exchange student Sarah from Germany.
 
Another way for volunteering is Club service:  Let Lu or our Presidents know if you have interest in being part of:
 
a) What Charities our Club donates to?
b) Club Public Relations?
c) Youth - Interact, Rotary Youth Exchange or Music and Speech contests?
d) Inviting New Members?
e) Organizing "Fireside Chats" which are socials where we learn about Rotary?
f) Vocational Service which is honoring members or community members for their vocational service?
g) Community service, which is finding or creating community service projects for our club members?
h) International service like Polio Plus or other projects and the Rotary Foundation?
i) Planning Social Activities like holiday socials?
j) Planning the Veteran’s Luncheon?
k) Greeting members and visitors to our meetings?
l) Brainstorming and inviting great speakers for our meetings?
m) Local Heros’ Parade/Community Fair?
n) Duck Drop (end of May to day after Labor Day)?
 
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August 15th Fundraiser
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Lu Gardening
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Frank weeding in the Rotary Garden Path
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This is the 45th Anniversary of the Rotary Club of Incline Village!

 

If you wish to be a speaker at our club, please contact Past President Lu at

lurn@me.com

Directors
President
Co-President
 
 
 

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Rotary DUCK TICKETS! Labor Day 2024

Click here to pay for your Duck Drop Ticket. Contact Lu for your Duck ticket number (lurn@me.com)