Rotary Club of Cheyenne
           Weekly Bulletin
Beginning with the February 3rd Membership meeting, we will re-commence having hybrid meetings.  This means that you can participate in the meeting through Zoom or you can attend at Little America and have lunch.  The seating will be four to a table and you must wear a mask except when eating.  Social distancing will be observed.  This decision was made by the  Rotary Board at their January 27th meeting.  The hybrid meeting format is in effect until further notice.
To join a Membership meeting with Zoom,  follow the meetings information below.
This Week's Program

Wyoming Supreme Court

Wyoming Supreme Court
Feb 03, 2021
Justice Keith Kautz
Wyoming Supreme Court

Keith G. Kautz is an American lawyer and judge, who is an associate justice of the Wyoming Supreme Court. He previously served as a Wyoming District Court judge from 1993 to 2015.


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.  


  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


  1. Call 1 346-248-7799
  2. Enter ID: 890 5263 9939#  password: 065537
Celebrate Cheyenne Rotary Foundation Giving
Remember the DOUBLE OUR IMPACT campaign our club ran the last quarter of 2020 to increase donations to the Cheyenne Rotary Foundation where Rotarian's donations were matched by our Rotary Club?  Well, it's time to CELEBRATE!  Together with many donations from the club members and the money matched by the club we moved the total in the foundation closer to a million dollars by $44,628.  Congratulations Rotarians!
Consider a Rotarian
Western States Bank
Dave Cook, Cheyenne Market President at Western States Bank was our Consider a Rotarian last week.  Dave gave club members information about his company which has four branches in Western Nebraska, two in Cheyenne, and three in Northern Colorado.  They are a bank with over $500 million in assets and offer any kind of financial service you might require.  They support many local community efforts including The Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis and of course Rotary.  Thank you Dave and Western States Bank for all you do for Rotary!
New Member Introduction
Dr. Carol Fischer was introduced by Dr. Larry Meuli to club members on Wednesday by Zoom. Dr. Fischer grew up in Green River, WY and attended UW where she received a BS degree and then went to Medical School at Creighton.  Then she came back to Wyoming and completed her Family Medicine Residency at the University of Wyoming Family Medicine Residency Program in Cheyenne.
She is married to Steve Borin and they have four wonderful successful adult children.
She has been in the private practice of family medicine in Cheyenne for over 33 years.  She owns her own practice.  Her value is to leave the world in a better place than she found it. Pretty good motto for any Rotarian.
New Foundation Board Members
Robin Sims and Lucie Osborne have been nominated to serve on the Cheyenne Rotary Foundation Board for three year terms starting July, 2021.
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