T H E R O T A R Y C L U B O F L A S V E G A S W E S T
FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 2010VOLUME 2, NUMBER 35
The voice of The Rotary Club of Las Vegas West
CHRISTINE SPRINGER, our newest member, receives her Rotary pinfrom sponsor Francie Summers on her induction this week. The twomet on a military junket to San Diego and Francie thought Chriswould make a good Rotarian. Turns out her brother, Bob Gresham,is a former member of the Rotary Club of Las Vegas West.
ore than 30 nationsand 28 states arenow representedamong donors to our
fund-raising raffle.Better late than never, evenTexas now gets on the roll of honor with two entrants in thepast week.People from around the worldhave entered the contest in an-swer to our blizzard of emails.Perhaps the most exotic locationof entrants is Fiji in the SouthPacific.
President Steve Segal
broughthis laptop to Tuesday’s meeting to encourage lagging club mem-bers to sign up for their commit- ted four entries.But only Steve himself and
took the opportunity.
bought her four ticketsby check — another paymentoption.Once again, this thing can workonly if members do their duty —buy your four tickets on line andplease, please, please emaileveryone you know to buy tick-ets.The future of the club dependsupon this fund-raiser. We hopewe’ll earn enough money to fundall our humanitarian activities for the year and replace all ourother get-cash projects.Those you who haven’t yet doneyour bit: We know who you are.And we know where you live.
Reporting in on
It’s Vegas, Baby
BAGGING IT: Ken and Gina Cox demonstrate how to clean up Red Rock Canyon. More than adozen Las Vegas West members and friends helped Saturday at the annual Rotarians at WorkDay at our local beauty spot. More pictures on Page 2 — and, of course, on the club website.