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Welcome to Five Trails Rotary Club!

Casper-Five Trails

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Ramada Plaza Hotel
300 West F St.
Spruce Room
Casper, WY  82601
United States
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Speakers
Jerimiah L. Rieman
May 04, 2017
Governor's Office
Terry Dugas
May 11, 2017
Wyoming Public TV
Amanda Robbins-Lilley
May 18, 2017
Wyoming Big Brothers and Big Sisters
District Conference Planning Meeting
May 25, 2017
District Conference Planning Meeting
Barb's District Conference Starts
Jun 01, 2017
Barb's District Conference Starts
Greg Cook
Jun 29, 2017
Wyoming Liquor Division
 
Home Page Stories
Hello everyone!
Beginning Thursday, October 6th, our new meeting location will be the Ramada Inn in the Spruce Room.  Please look for the sign to indicate which room Five Trails Rotary will be in.  See you there!
 

 
Congratulations to Brian McCash, our most recent club Rotarian of the Year!  We appreciate all you do, Brian, especially as you step into your new role as Club President.  Thanks for all of your service to our club, community, and world!
 

 
Final reminder:
If you haven't RSVP'd to Blaine, please email him by end of day Wednesday.  We have 56 Adults, & 15 children signed up for the Five Trails Rotary “Picnic”.  Those who haven’t paid will be asked to pay at the door.  Also they can still RSVP with Blaine via email until Wednesday PM.
 
Event Date: Thursday June 30th 2016  
Event Time: 5 PM till 8 PM
Event: 5 Trails Rotary “Picnic” at Sunrise Bowling, food provided by Prime Time
Contact: Blaine Christensen
Company:  5 Trails Rotary
Email: Blaine.Christensen@rbc.com
Phone:  (307) 237-1400__________________________________________________________________
 
Bowling: Unlimited cosmic light bowling includes shoes and house ball until 8 PM.
 
Food: BBQ Brisket, Smoked Sausages, Lemon Pepper Chicken, German Potato Salad, Bruschetta Pasta Salad and Texas Toast.  (Gluten Free options of Pizza or Sandwich)
 
Beverages: Soda, H2O & tea and (Spirits can be purchased at Prime Time).
 
Cost:  Couples $25   Singles $15   Kids Age 5-12 $10   Kids under 5 years old are Free
 

 
Five Trails Rotary is sponsoring an International Service Project in Boquete, Panama.  We have applied for and been approved to receive funding from the Rotary District 5440 Grant program.  The project is to construct a public restroom facility at the public health center located in Boquete, Panama.  This facility offers health services to hundreds of indigenous people that live in the mountains surrounding Boquete.  The health center currently has restroom facilities for staff only.  The patients are forced to use an adjacent alley which is not only unhealthy but also degrading.  The public restroom facility will be constructed behind the health center in an area our Rotary Club has already constructed a trash and medical waste containment structure.  The objective is to provide a clean, wheel chair accessible restroom facility to allow the male and female patients privacy and dignity.  Construction of the facility has been contracted with a local builder and is expected to start this month (December).  In June, a team of Rotarians will be heading to Panama to complete the project painting and finishing work.  If you are interested in participating in this international service project, contact Dave Scriven.
 

 

Save the date, as we hope all Rotarians and their families can attend:

The Annual Club "Picnic" for 2016 has been scheduled for Thursday, June 30th at 5:00 pm at Prime Time. Please plan on bringing your family. The summer celebration will be catered by Prime Time.  Bowling will be part of the fun and the cost is yet to be determined. This will count as our weekly meeting and we will not have our regular Thursday meeting that week. We will be passing around a sign-up sheet at our weekly meetings leading up to the picnic to RSVP or you can send your RSVP to Blaine Christensen at blaine.christensen@rbc.com or Mary Baker at mbaker@pvb.com to confirm your attendance. We hope to see you all there!

 

 
Board Approved 4/16/15   The Board of Directors of Five Trails Rotary Club has adopted District 5440 "Protection Policies and Procedures," which protects both Rotarians and the people we serve.

 

In an effort to provide an ongoing safe environment, our Board of Directors are requiring our members, that provide transportation, to obtain a ten year driving history record, from the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT). A copy of this driving history can be obtained at 800 Bryan Stock Trail, Casper, WY. There should be no waiting time, and the cost is $5.00, for which our club will reimburse you. The copy of your driving history and proof of auto insurance should be submitted to our club protection officer (CPO). This must be done before transportation services are provided. 

Our CPO will review the record. If there are items that do not meet our safety standards, the CPO will confer with the board president. If it is determined that your volunteer service could be better used in another area, you will be notified by our CPO. This will be done in strict confidentiality.

 

 
 
 

Fellow Rotarians,

Mary Coleman and I are the committee members for Family of Rotary.  If you have any information about past members, families, current members and situations they may be experiencing please let one of us know.  We will be happy to keep the club updated and coordinate cards to be sent to show our support on behalf of Five Trails.  Our contact information is as follows:  Mary:     307-262-8567  or email at m75coleman@bresnan.net Stacy:  307-577-5718 (wk)   307-267-1720 (cell—text is ok) or email at smnelson@bresnan.net.

 

 
 

Thinking about proposing a new member to our club?  If so, go to our ClubRunner site (www.clubrunner.ca/fivetrails) and log in.   Click the Club Documents tab and look for our new membership application.  It is pretty self-explanatory.  If you have questions, please email Marie at scottmariepuryear@msn.com  Thanks!

 

 
 
A HUGE congratulations to Barb Redder, District 5440's 2013 Rotarian of the Year!  We are so proud of you and tickled that we get to say you're ours! ;)
 

 
 
I received information on another online Rotary club's site where you can make a meeting up and get credit for it: We now offer a way for members of Casper-Five Trails Rotary to easily do meeting makeups online. For example, watch "How We'll Stop Polio For Good" to find out more about the Polio eradication project in 23 minutes than you've probably learned during your whole time in Rotary. http://www.irvinerotary.org/programs/Polio-Series

Or check out the "What is Rotary" series at http://www.irvinerotary.org/programs/what-is-rotary It's great for new club members.

"Like" our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/IrvineRotary

"Follow" us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/irvinerotary

We're always trying to improve the site, so please send me any comments or suggestions. Yours in Rotary, Ray Sanford Past President Rotary Club of Irvine

OR
Go to www.rotaryeclubone.org and:

1
Read a variety of current articles in our Programs section and/or choose articles from our Archived Programs list and/or information from our Avenues of Service pages. You will be required to answer questions. There is space on the makeup request form for up to three articles to be reviewed, however you will need to read more than three to meet your 30 minute visit obligation.

2
At the end of your 30 minute visit click on Make-up Request Form from the drop-down menu at top of page OR the bottom of each make-up program.

3
Read Makeup Request Form carefully, and follow instructions. A Make-Up Form will appear once you press the SUBMIT button (one time only) and an email copy will be sent to the email address you provided.

PRINT YOUR MAKE-UP FORM

Once your make-up appears, if you know the email address, you can also click on File, Send and email a copy to your club secretary (scottmariepuryear@msn.com)

 

 
 
Please read the Declaration of Rotarians as we enter our Vocation month of October.
 

 
 
Welcome to the home of Five Trails Rotary of Casper, Wyoming!
 
 
 
 
 
 
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