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OUR VISION - OUR MISSION
OUR CORE VALUES AS ROTARIANS

OUR VISION
We engage the New Generation to lift up our community through service, networking and friendship, by recognizing student leaders and supporting those who choose our organization to achieve their own philanthropic goals.
 
OUR MISSION
We provide opportunities for like-minded people to improve our communities through the Rotary platform.
INTEGRITY
Our Rotary 4-Way Test - 1. Is it the truth? 2. Is it fair to all concerned? 3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships? 4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned? 
PHILANTHROPY
Donating our time, money and/or expertise for the welfare and betterment of our local community and our neighbors, here and abroad
DEDICATION
Forming decade-long bonds with our fellow Rotarians in service and in commitments to education, leadership and our children's success
FRIENDSHIPS
We enjoy a good laugh and the company of our fellow club members, including those who have recently joined and participate in our projects
Why Rotary?
Carson Cancer Center Labyrinth
 
Carson Tahoe Health & Carson Rotary Celebrate Labyrinth Anniversary & Community Partnership
 
(Carson City, Nev.) November 6, 2019 – Today marks 13 years since the opening of the outdoor Labyrinth located at the Carson Tahoe Cancer Center. The unique space was made possible through a generous donation from the Rotary Club of Carson City. In 2006, under the leadership of past president Rafael Cappucci, the Rotary Club contributed $75,000 to build the Labyrinth, and gave another $200,000 in support of the Cancer Center project over a four-year period.
 

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Speakers
Katie Leao
Dec 01, 2020
Boys and Girls Club of Carson City
Jason Woodbury
Dec 08, 2020
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