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Cheyenne

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Little America
2800 West Lincolnway
Cheyenne, WY 82009
United States of America
Virtual Meeting
 
We have resumed our physical gatherings and activities.  We will follow the guidelines established by the Department of Health.  Masks and social distancing will be required  for in-person meetings and activities.  Guests are welcome.
 
Rotary Club of Cheyenne will also continue virtual meetings.  We encourage those Rotarians and guests unable to physically attend to join us each Wednesday at noon via Zoom!  To join a meeting, click on the Speaker and the meeting information below and follow the links.
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The Cheyenne Rotary Club Foundation, founded in 1988, was created exclusively for the benefit of the Cheyenne Rotary Club to enable our Club to support community projects throughout Laramie County.  Projects supported by the Foundation have included music education through the Cheyenne Symphony, the Veterans Center at LCCC, protective equipment for Cheyenne police, and character development books for students.  With your gifts, we can do even more!  When the endowment reaches $1 million, our Club will be able to contribute up to $50,000 per year to local projects.  And this year, not only are your donations matched by a $30,000 challenge gift from Rotary Club funds, because of the CARES Act a larger portion of your donation may also be tax deductible.  Help Rotary make a difference in our community, and donate today!
 
 
WySail, Wyoming State Advocates in Leadership
Matthew Snyder
WySail, Wyoming State Advocates in Leadership

Matthew Snyder, a trained lawyer began his work with Wyoming State Advocates in Leadership, a disability advocacy non-profit in June. In August, Matthew was hired by Humble Horizon Home Health to start a disability services company that specializes in providing services attached to the Developmental Disability Medicaid Waiver Program.

Matthew Snyder's presentation will focus on developmental disability advocacy and the growing importance of the developmental disability waiver in the face of the state's ongoing budget crisis.

The Meeting will be in the Teton Room of Little America.

Rotarian Wayne Johnson passed away Thursday, October 15th.  He joined the Cheyenne Rotary Club in July of 2010 and was currently one of our Sargent at Arms.  There will be a memorial for Wayne at the October 21st Rotary meeting. Please keep his wife Pat and their daughter Noelle in your thoughts and prayers.
 
As previously announced, the Cheyenne Rotary Club is participating in the “With Malice Toward None” (WMTN) initiative of Braver Angels (www.braverangels.org). The days and weeks following the election may become the most divisive period in modern American history—no matter who wins. Events will be held before and after the election for those who want to participate. The first is online, October 20th (Tues.)  6:30 - Dealing with the Stress and Effects of the Election. Register in advance at this link:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/124704142447. You can keep up on national and regional events at  https://braverangels.org/what-we-do/ and https://www.facebook.com/Braver-Angels-Wyoming-and-Montana-107428950673096/. A key element of WMTN is the Pledge: “Regardless of how the election turns out, I will not hold hate, disdain, or ridicule for those who voted differently from me. Whether I am pleased or upset about the outcome, I will seek to understand the concerns and aspirations of those who voted differently and will look for opportunities to work with people with whom I disagree.” To take the Pledge, go to https://braverangels.org/what-we-do/with-malice-toward-none/. For more information, contact Lindi Kirkbride or Tom Brantley.
 
 
Looking for a Covid safe, fun family or group activity?
Check out the 
FoCo Fun Hunt 
Saturday, October 24th - 10am - 4pm -
in and around Old Town Fort Collins, CO
Presented by Rotary
 
The objective of the FoCo Fun Hunt is to provide a COVID-safe fun activity to get families and friends outside while they learn about the history, businesses, and Rotary Clubs of Fort Collins. Prizes donated by businesses totaling hundreds of dollars will be awarded to participants in various categories.  The proceeds will fund youth summer leadership camps run by Rotary called RYLA.
 
For more information and to register
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Upcoming Events
Speakers
Matthew Snyder
Oct 21, 2020
WySail, Wyoming State Advocates in Leadership
Rotary District Governor Elect Shurie Scheel
Oct 28, 2020
District 5440 Update
Dr. Edward Seidel
Nov 04, 2020
University of Wyoming update by UW President Seidel
MG Greg Porter and MG Retired Ed Wright
Nov 11, 2020
Veterans Day Program, *12:00 start time
Suresh Muknahallipatna, Ph.D.
Nov 18, 2020
Cheyenne Supercomputer Update
NO CLUB MEETING
Nov 25, 2020
No meeting due to Thanksgiving holiday
Club Executives & Directors
President
Past President
Treasurer
Secretary
Rotary Foundation Chair
Club Administration
Rotary Funding Co-Chair
Rotary Funding Co-Chair
Service Projects
New Generations Co Chair
Director Membership CoChair
Membership Co-Chair
Public Relations
New Generations Co-Chair

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