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The Rotary Club of Carson City completed its Air Purifier project over the Thanksgiving Holiday. The project provided teachers and other Carson City School District employees with a state-of-the-art air purifier to use in the classroom or at home.
 
The final purifiers were recently given to new teachers and employees since the program started.
Current Rotary Club of Carson City President Rich Perry says the project supports the mission of Rotary. “Carson Rotary is a long-time supporter of education in our community, and these room air purifiers are a way of expressing the Club’s appreciation to the faculty and staff for their efforts during the past year.”
 
The distribution began in the fall of 2020 with club members delivering the purifiers to each school in the district. They were purchased with money an anonymous donor transferred to the Carson City Rotary Club’s local Foundation as well as club member donations.

Carson Rotarians enjoyed a work day to collect turkeys, packaged goods and pet food to assist Friends in Service Helping (FISH) and Pets for the Homeless on Saturday, November 13th.  Over 20 turkeys and hundreds of food items and pet food were donated by the Community.  Thanks to all who stopped by to donate!
 
Carson Rotary had their first annual Family and Friends picnic at the Pavilion in Washoe Lake State Park on Sunday, September 19th.
It was a beautiful crisp Fall day with blue skies!  President Rich and past-president Jim Gray bbq'ed hamburgers and hot dogs and members brought a pot-luck dish to share.
Those who attended had a great time and expressed the desire to continue the picnic again next year. 
 

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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.
 
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Donating our time, money and/or expertise for the welfare and betterment of our local community and our neighbors, here and abroad
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Rotary News
The Rotary Club of Carson City completed its Air Purifier project over the Thanksgiving Holiday. The project provided teachers and other Carson City School District employees with a state-of-the-art air purifier to use in the classroom or at home.
 
The final purifiers were recently given to new teachers and employees since the program started.
Current Rotary Club of Carson City President Rich Perry says the project supports the mission of Rotary. “Carson Rotary is a long-time supporter of education in our community, and these room air purifiers are a way of expressing the Club’s appreciation to the faculty and staff for their efforts during the past year.”
 
The distribution began in the fall of 2020 with club members delivering the purifiers to each school in the district. They were purchased with money an anonymous donor transferred to the Carson City Rotary Club’s local Foundation as well as club member donations.

Carson Rotarians enjoyed a work day to collect turkeys, packaged goods and pet food to assist Friends in Service Helping (FISH) and Pets for the Homeless on Saturday, November 13th.  Over 20 turkeys and hundreds of food items and pet food were donated by the Community.  Thanks to all who stopped by to donate!
 
Carson Rotary had their first annual Family and Friends picnic at the Pavilion in Washoe Lake State Park on Sunday, September 19th.
It was a beautiful crisp Fall day with blue skies!  President Rich and past-president Jim Gray bbq'ed hamburgers and hot dogs and members brought a pot-luck dish to share.
Those who attended had a great time and expressed the desire to continue the picnic again next year. 
 
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
Lori Bagwell, Carson City Mayor
Dec 07, 2021
Carson City Mayor's Update
Candy Webb
Dec 14, 2021
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Club Christmas Party
Dec 18, 2021
BAC - 5:30 PM
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Dec 21, 2021
Dark- no meeting
Dec 28, 2021
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