Welcome To the Rotary Club of Nampa!
 
 
 
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Nampa

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Stevens-Henager College
16819 N. Marketplace Blvd.
Nampa, ID  83687
United States
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PLEASE NOTE:  WE HAVE A NEW MEETING PLACE BEGINNING IMMEDIATELY!!!
 
Due to circumstances beyond our control, we needed to find a different meeting place for our Tuesday meetings.  Thanks to George Thomas, Campus Director for Stevens-Henager College, for the next few months we will be meeting at their Nampa facility for NO CHARGE!  A HUGE THANK YOU to George and Stevens-Henager College!!  Our lunches will be catered by Brick 29!  Sounds like it is going to be great!    
 
The address for Stevens-Henager College is 16819 N. Marketplace Blvd., Nampa, ID  83687.  It is in the same shopping area as Hobby Lobby and Panera.
 
We look forward to seeing you there!!
 
 
   
Join us for our inaugural "Wine Dine Be Kind!" event presented by the Rotary Club of Nampa, benefiting The Shoe That Grows and other area non-profits. 
Saturday, May 13th 5:30 PM upstairs at the Ford Idaho Center, Rodeo Club
Dinner | Raffle | Silent Auction | Fun!
To sponsor or contribute auction and raffle prizes, please contact Rotarian and Fundraising Co-Chair, Bill Southworth (208)598-2811, or Rotary Club of Nampa President, Rhea Allen 208-250-9041.
 
 
 
Posted by Marie Baker on Mar 26, 2017
 
Please take a moment to view this video by DGN Jennifer Deroin regarding Membership relevance and vibrancy.
 
We just had our President Elect Training several weeks ago and the new President Elects set their goals for the upcoming year 2017-2018.   One way to meet the goals of expanding membership is to survey your members to determine their level of engagement in your club and what changes may be necessary to enhance the Rotary experience.  Here is a link to a survey to use. Feel free to connect with Marie Baker if you have questions on how to conduct the survey electronically.
 
Take the time to reach out to those in your club who are interested in membership and have them register for the Club Training in Twin Falls or Boise.  We will be discussing recruitment, engagement, and retention of Rotary members.
 
 
 

 

Peppershock produced a video with District Governor Nominee Jennifer Deroin on the top reasons you should attend District Conference in beautiful Sun Valley May 19-20.  

View the video here:  https://www.facebook.com/Rotary5400/videos/1633787099970145/

 

 

 

With support from the Rotary Club of Nampa, club member Kenton Lee will have a booth for The Shoe That Grows at the 2017 Rotary International Convention from June 10-14 in Atlanta.
 
The Shoe That Grows is a Nampa-based non-profit started in 2007 when Kenton was living and working in Nairobi, Kenya. One day while walking with the kids, he noticed a little girl in a white dress next to him who had  shoes that were way too small for her feet. He thought: “Wouldn’t it be great if there was a shoe that could adjust and expand – so that kids always had a pair of shoes that fit?”
 
Kenton and his team struggled through rejection from shoe companies and failed attempts at prototypes, but after 5 years of hard work, they found a solution.
 
At the international convention, Kenton’s booth will be at the Friendship House.
 
“We essentially rely on connections and relationships with people who work with kids around the world,” Kenton said. “So this is a perfect opportunity to connect with people.  There will be people from all over the world who care a great deal about "service about self" - especially to kids.  And if they need good shoes for their kids - we think we have a great solution for that!  We have been to a dozen or so conferences - and this should be the MOST people who are right in our wheelhouse of people who travel or live internationally and care a ton about helping kids.”
 
To learn more about The Shoe That Grows, please see https://theshoethatgrows.org/.
 
Kenton is available to give club presentation about the organization. You contact him at kentonarthurlee@gmail.com or 208.989.8867.
  
 
 
 
The Rotary Club of Emmett proudly announces the 45th Annual Youth Benefit and Auction will be held May 6, 2017 in the Emmett City Park.  The theme this year is “Flip Flops & Flamingos presents A BRAZILIAN CARNIVAL” in honor of our Brazilian Rotary Exchange student, Helena Miapoloma, a senior at Emmett High School.  A “meet and greet” will begin at 3:30 pm, dinner starts at 5 pm and the auction will follow.  We are now collecting items for both the silent and live auctions and if you would like to donate, please email Kathy Buck at klrainbow49@gmail.com.  We have already had two tickets for the Mtn. Home Country Music Festival donated!
 
 
 
Rotary Club of Western Treasure Valley 
PO Box 734 
Ontario, OR 97914 
14th Annual Chuck Smith Rotary Golf Tournament 
Come and join us for a great day on the Country View Golf Course 
Any day on the golf course is better than a great day at work… 
June 9, 2017 
Country View Golf Course 
Tee time 9:00 a.m. (check in starting at 8:15 a.m.) 
Proceeds benefit the Laxson Rotary Park in Ontario. 
 
 
 
Every summer, 100 teenagers from around Idaho share a long weekend at the College of Southern Idaho for an intensive four day leadership camp.  High school students who are incoming juniors to outgoing seniors are sponsored by Rotary clubs to attend the camp, with the Rotary club paying the $375 cost.  The Rotary Youth Leadership Award camp, RYLA, is "For Youth, By Youth", meaning the camp is planned and lead by students who have previously attended.  The camp is experiential; activities are hands-on and interactive, we avoid classroom style lectures.
 
The leadership training focuses on everyday leadership.  To lead, you must believe in your own abilities. Being a leader means you work with others; seeing the world through their eyes.  In the process, many life long friendships have been made. The RYLA experience is focused on guiding the students to discover a strong sense of confidence in oneself and expressing empathy for others, which is driven through the strong supportive environment created during the long weekend.  RYLA allows these one hundred teenagers to identify and celebrate their abilities.  In the process, many life long friendships have been made.
 
Applications and brochures are available on the District Website.
 
 
 

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Are you reading your "the rotarian" magazine?  It is full of great information and articles!  You can also view it online at the link below.  Check it out!
 
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If you have any trouble, let Rhea or Rhonda know, and they will help you.   

 

Nampa Rotary Club

PO Box 955

Nampa, ID    83653
 
 
Speakers
Roger Batt, owner of Batt & Associates
Apr 25, 2017
Agriculture policies and Boise River Basin 63 water rights issue
Chuck Winder, Idaho State Senate
May 09, 2017
Updates from the Idaho State Senate
Boise Rotary Clubs Presenting
May 16, 2017
Rotary Park on the Greenbelt
Michael Fuss
May 23, 2017
Rocky Detweiler
Jun 06, 2017
Teenage Suicide Prevention
No Lunch Meeting
Jun 20, 2017
Banquet at Ford Idaho Center in the evening
Incoming President Chris Jensen
Jun 27, 2017
My experience at Rotary International Conference
 
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