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Rapid City
We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Adoba Eco Hotel
445 Mt. Rushmore Road
Mail: PO Box 284, Zip 57709
Rapid City, SD  57701
United States
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When your email, phone or address changes, please remember to change it on your Rotary member profile! Log on to the club website, go to your member profile and edit and save the changes. If you are not able to do this, please alert Jerie or Linda who can make the changes for you. This is important, if you wish to receive the club bulletin, email updates, and other Rotary events/news.
Election was held at the September 10 club meeting. Darrell Sawyer, Immediate Past President, presented the slate of officers and directors as follows: President Jerie Rydstrom, President-Elect Keryn Rowland, Secretary Linda Peterson, Treasurer Scott Olson, Foundation Norm Peterson, Past President Darrell Sawyer. Second year Directors: Ruth Brennan, Jim Lemar, Renu Pandey. First year Directors: Jack Jensen, Chuck Hollis, Dave Mickley. Pictured here is Jerie inducting the Board, Dave, Scott, Jack and Chuck not present, but were inducted on October 1.
Troy Kilpatrick, club member and Executive Director of the Journey Museum, encourages you to click on the link below so you can see the recognition we have provided Rotary for your support of us through the generous grant! In addition to this you are linked from our page so if a viewer wants to find out more about Rotary they can go right to the club page by either clicking on the logo or going to the "for more information" click line.http://journeymuseum.org/sponsors/
Norm Peterson, project chair, has completed the final report and sent in to Ina Winter, District Grants chair. The final report is available in the Download section. Thanks to everyone who did their part to make this project successful!
   Speaker chairs are signed up as follows:
July - Linda Peterson
August - Martha Rodriguez
September - Dave Mickley
October - Jim Nelson
November - Keryn Rowland
December - Judy Duhamel
January - Tom Graslie
February - Rick Rogers
March - Chuck Hollis
April - Jim LeMar & Donna Arnaud
May - Larry Lytle
June - John Sundby
July - Fred Whiting
Please submit a list of your speakers for these months by the last week of the month, to Linda Peterson, for listing on the website and publishing to the members, through the club bulletin. If you have speaker suggestions, please contact the above, or Jerie Rydstrom, President.
     Foundation recognition points are awarded to donors (clubs or individual Rotarians) who contribute to The Rotary Foundation through the Annual Programs Fund or PolioPlus, or as a sponsor portion to a Foundation grant. Donors receive one Foundation recognition point for every U.S. dollar contributed to these funds. Contributions to the Permanent Fund are not eligible.
     You may check your own status by logging into MyRotary and looking at your donor history. Donors can extend Foundation recognition points to others to help them become or to name them as a Paul Harris Fellow or Multiple Paul Harris Fellow. Foundation recognition points belong to the original donor until the donor’s death, or until the donor uses the points (the surviving spouse of a Major Donor may also use the points).
     Foundation recognition points may be used for Paul Harris Fellow (for individuals) Certificate of Appreciation (for company/organization), Multiple PHF, and help your club reach or even surpass its Annual Programs Fund (APF) goal, as well as achieve 100% Paul Harris Fellow recognition. They may also be awarded posthumously.
     For more information visit
my Rotary.org and consult the Foundation Reference guide.

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Rotary Club of Rapid City

Club 1459, District 5610 • PO Box 284, Rapid City, SD 57709 • Founded 1921

Board of Directors meet second Tuesday of each month at 4:30 PM

Leaders United ~ Sharing Ideas ~ Taking Action

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Executives & Directors

President Elect
Past President
Oct 08, 2015
Oct 15, 2015
Oct 22, 2015
Oct 29, 2015
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Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
Don't forget your Rotary Foundation donations!
Our club goal is 100% of the membership be enrolled as a sustaining member:
Every Rotarian Every Year (EREY) = $100 per year.