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, JUNE 18, 2010VOLUME 2, NUMBER 39 (WITH GAP)
The Voice of the Rotary Club of Las Vegas West
The World Cup this ain’t
England’s errant soccer goalie Robert Green, who let in an easy one from the USA’s Clint Dempsey inrecent World Cup play, has nothing to fear from our man Steve Segal. Ted Baker drives one at the expatCanadian hockey goalie during his turn in the barrel at the double debunk early in June. More inside.
View from the bridge
By BERNARD HUNT
For better or worse, thisis the captain speaking.Well, the soon-to-becaptain, anyway.In two weeks, I takeover as president of theRotary Club of Las Ve-gas West from the re-doubtable Steve Segal.Steve and the marvel-ous Steve Halvorsonwho preceded him bothare hard-working busi-nessmen. Both had totread the grapes of la-bor during their tenuresas Rotary president.Your humble servant isa retired old fart , but hewonders where he’ll findthe time and energyenough to match thetwo Steves in the fabu-lous job each did inguiding and directingour Rotary club.
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Look who WAS talking:
Mademoiselle de Paris
he came to us all theway from the city of light.
, a 21-year-old Parisienne, wasour speaker last week.Cora is an intern with anorganization called Intel-ligentsia International.She is assigned to
Ro-tary District 6960
tolearn about and assistUS Rotary clubs.Her mission entails trav-eling the length andbreadth of the UnitedStates visiting clubs andhelping to organize andraise funds for interna- tional Rotary clean waterprojects. Our club wasone of 10 chosenaround the country for aprogram by Cora’s
Ro-tary Rail and Water Tour.
Cora came to us from the
Rotary Club of SanFrancisco Bayview
.Because Las Vegas isnot served by rail any-more, Cora’s Rail andWater Tour turned into aGreyhound bus tour forour neck of the woods.After speaking at ourclub, she boarded theGreyhound for the
Cata-lina Rotary Club of Tuc-son, Ariz.