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01/21/22 Annual Meeting
The Rotary Club of Lenoir's Annual Meeting and Election of President-elect Stephen Starnes and three-year director, Kim Case.
11/5/21 I Am Rotary #2: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
IMPACT member Caryn Gibson presents. Members will learn about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Rotary and beyond as well as learning more about Caryn as a member.
10/22/21 World Polio Day Sonny Hines will lead a team of Rotarians talking about World Polio Day - one day each year focused on the goal of ending polio worldwide. Polio Day is celebrated and observed on October 24. As a founding partner of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, Rotary has helped reduce polio cases by 99.9% since 1979.
10/29/2021 The Covid-19 Pandemic and Our Mental Health Presented by Dr. Gary Indenbaum, a licensed practicing psychologist whose guiding philosophy is to provide problem-focused assistance to help people in coping with and overcoming life struggles.
10/8/21 Arrest and Control Techniques Police Sergeant Martin Crisp, a member of the North Carolina State Board on Arrest and Control Techniques, will talk about NC’s mandated control/arrest techniques and when these methods should be safely and appropriately applied. Sgt. Crisp, a 10-year veteran of the Lenoir Police Department, is an arrest/control techniques instructor. He will share with us what the Lenoir Police Department does to ensure suspect safety when making an arrest. Sgt. Crisp, who is also the son of Rotarian Susan Strawn son, will also share a little of his own personal history and his choice and commitment to serve in law enforcement.
10/15/21 RYLA Mike Stevenson from Rotary Youth Leadership (RYLA) will share a program on the intensive leadership experience organized by Rotary clubs and districts designed to help young people develop skills as a leader while having fun and making connections.
10/1/21 I Am Rotary #1 Three long time Rotarians share with our club a little about themselves and their experiences in Rotary. You don't want to miss this meeting as Louise Bradshaw, Dick Mitchell, and Paul Brandenburg inaugurate a new Rotary Club recurring program we are calling "I am Rotary". Moderated by Patrick Longano, this 20 minutes of conversation with veteran Rotarians is designed to build on what is the essence of Rotary - a group of unique, diverse and differently gifted people coming together in fellowship to do good, to make a difference in the world. T
9/24/21 Air Force One IMPACT by Rotary member, Senior Master Sergeant Richard L. Lamotte, presents an encore of the presentation he gave in March on the history of Air Force One and his own experiences.
9/17/2021 Caldwell Economic Development
Caldwell Economic Development Council Deborah Murray presents the art and science of economic development in Caldwell County.
9/10/2021 The Role of the Workforce Development Board (Western Piedmont Council of Governments) in the strategic planning and implementation involved in developing a trained and job ready workforce for area businesses and employers. Presented by Wendy Johnson, Director Workforce Development.
9/3/21 Program on Programs Our program committee will meet with the club to elicit and solicit the types of programs you would like to see, hear and present to the club and to the community at large.
8/27/21 The STEM Bus Rotarian Libby Brown and Amy Philyaw bring the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics bus to our club for a hands-on demonstration and presentation.
October 22, 2020 - Past President of The Rotary Club of Lenoir Helen Hall's presentation to the Sylva club: "Being a Black Female Rotary Member."