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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
 
All Rotary Board, Committee and noon Membership meetings will only meet through Zoom Virtual Meeting format thru the end of January. This decision was made by the Board  to protect members from the spike of Covid-19 cases in Laramie County and will be reviewed at each monthly board meeting.
 
To join a Membership meeting, click on the Speaker and follow the links.
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A Brief Overview of the WPA: When FDR Put the Nation to Work

A Brief Overview of the WPA:  When FDR Put the Nation to Work
Jan 27, 2021
Mary Guthrie and Kristi Wallin
A Brief Overview of the WPA: When FDR Put the Nation to Work

For the ten years of the Great Depression, over a quarter of American heads of household were unemployed.  As part of his New Deal, President Franklin Roosevelt created the WPA (Works Progress Administration).   Kristi Wallin and Mary Guthrie, who belong to Blue Stockings, a women’s study group, will present today's program. Their presentation is timely, considering the economic challenges that the US is currently facing.  In fact, some have suggested that the government should create a WPA like program.

ZOOM MEETING INFORMATION:

If you want to say, "Hi!" and catch up with each other before the meeting, please "join" the virtual meeting any time after 12:00.  You will be able to unmute yourself and connect for about fifteen minutes.  When you first join the meeting, you will be in a "waiting room" and we will let you in as soon as we can. At 12:15, we'll get the meeting started.  
 

TO JOIN A ROTARY CLUB OF CHEYENNE MEETING FROM A COMPUTER, TABLET OR SMART PHONE

  1. Just click on the link Rotary Club of Cheyenne - Weekly Zoom Meeting
  2. Or download the Zoom app from your App Store (iPhone) or Google Play (android) and create an account for future use. Then click the + Join button, and enter the Meeting ID:  890 5263 9939, password: 065537

TO JOIN US FROM A PHONE WITH NO VIDEO

  1. Call 1 346-248-7799
  2. Enter ID: 890 5263 9939#  password: 065537
 
 
Tim Thornell, President and CEO of Cheyenne Regional Medical Center will give us an update on COVID cases and the availability of the vaccine for COVID at our meeting on Wednesday.
 
 
 

2021 FORD BRONCO SPORT Raffle Tickets - 1 for $50 or 3 for $100

Contact:Kevin Harris
Fee:
$50.00
Online Registration
 
Here's another reason to look forward to 2021! A chance to win a new 2021 Ford Bronco Sport or $20,000! See Cheyenne Rotary's Facebook page or visit Spradley Barr Motor for more info about this sporty 4x4 vehicle.  Buy your raffle tickets online here or from any Rotary Club of Cheyenne member. $50 each, or 3 for $100. To get the 3-ticket deal, click here.     Cheyenne Rotary Ford Bronco Raffle Tickets - 3 for $100
 
THANK YOU Spradley Barr for your generous donation of this new release from Ford! All proceeds will go to Cheyenne Rotary Club Foundation and add to the impact of Rotary's charitable work in Cheyenne. Help Cheyenne Rotary build the endowment to reach the $1million goal and ensure sustainable local community service indefinitely!
 
First Place Prize:    2021 Ford Bronco Sport or $20,000
Second Place:        $1,000
Third Place:            $500
Drawing on June 2, 2021.  Title, taxes, insurance extra.  All sales final.
 
To purchase raffle tickets by mailplease send a check by May 31, 2021, to:
Cheyenne Rotary Club Foundation
P.O.Box 511,
Cheyenne, WY 82003-0511
 
Include a note with the name, address and phone number that you would like included on each ticket, as well as the mailing address that you would like the tickets mailed back to.  For questions or to buy tickets over the phone, call  307-773-0355.
 
Per IRS, the cost of raffle tickets purchased from nonprofit entities is not deductible as a charitable contribution. 
Upcoming Events
Speakers
Mary Guthrie and Kristi Wallin
Jan 27, 2021
A Brief Overview of the WPA: When FDR Put the Nation to Work
Justice Keith Kautz
Feb 10, 2021
Wyoming Supreme Court
Dirk Dijkstal
Feb 17, 2021
Wyoming and COVID-19 response
Amber Ash, Executive Director DDA
Feb 24, 2021
Downtown Development Authority
Maj. Gen. Michael Lutton, 20th AF Commander WAFB
Mar 03, 2021
Next generation missiles at WAFB - GBSD (Ground Based Strategic Deterrant)
Jonathon Lever, IB Coordinator East High School
Mar 10, 2021
International Baccalaureate Program at East High School
Roger Schreiner
Mar 17, 2021
St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Club Executives & Directors
President
Past President
Treasurer
Secretary
Rotary Foundation Chair
Club Administration
Rotary Funding Co-Chair
Rotary Funding Co-Chair
Service Projects
Other
New Generations Co Chair
Membership Co-Chair
Director Membership CoChair
Public Relations
New Generations Co-Chair
Club Administration

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