March 17, 2022
Meeting March 8
Yale Spina, Sky Tavern
Where Sky Tavern is headed...
Kids learn to ski!
Sky Tavern is America's oldest and largest non-profit Ski & Snowboard Learning Program.  The National Ski Areas Association awarded Sky Tavern the 2021 NSAA Conversion Cup.  Conversion is the process of turning beginner skiers and riders into repeat customers, and ultimately lifelong enthusiasts of the sport.   
Yale and his brother learned to ski at Sky Tavern--his brother won 2 medals at the Olympics, and Yale travelled all over the world competing in aerial competitions, so as President of the non-profit Board, he is giving back to our community.
Sky Tavern, with a long-term lease from the City of Reno, is planning a year round venue, Nordic skiing, and it will be the home of area high schools ski teams, as well as the Wolf Pack. 
Visit for more information.
 More about the meeting...
Jonnie Pullman paid a fine in honor of a successful Achievement Beyond Obstacles Leadership Weekend event.
Tori DellaRocca paid in honor of expanding her Rotary friendship circle at the Prez-Elect Training Seminar in San Jose last weekend--she's all prepared for next year!
Stan Goodin donated his entire winnings ($1,000!) from the Super Bowl board to Reno South Rotary Community Fund.  Thank you for your continued generosity, Stan.
Kate Nickolls celebrated her just past birthday AND placing first in the Leprechaun race for her age group!
District 5190 Conference
Harrah's Lake Tahoe
"All Aboard with Rotary"
April 29 - May 1
Info:  It's a blast!  Join the Polio Walk and the dinner on the M.S. Dixie.  Oh--there's a golf tournament!
2021-2022 Theme logo - Serve to Change Lives - EN
Tuesday, March 15, 2022 @ 12:15
 In Person!  At the Atlantis! and via Zoom
(link below)
March 15 - Kirk Peterson, Friends of Nevada Wilderness on Nevada's Dark Skies.  Kirk has spent the last 40 years of traveling, photographing, and advocating for Nevada’s backcountry and wilderness. Over the past 10 years he has been brought his skills to Friends of Nevada Wilderness where he has focused on advocacy and collecting data for Nevada's dark skies, assisting the Forest Service with Wilderness Character Monitoring, and acting as the organization's Wilderness Historian.

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RSR Programs and Events
March 22 - TBD (ideas, anyone?)
March 23 -  RSR Board Meeting @ 8 a.m. (via Zoom)
March 29 - 5th Tuesday @ 4 p.m. (formerly Thursty Thursday)  
Social Meeting at the UNR Earthquake Shake Table (with Prof Elfass) Details to Follow
AFTER THE SHAKE:  All members are invited to attend a gathering at the Little Waldorf (back bar room) to have a conversation about where RSR is and what happens after June 30, with the beginning of another Rotary year (yay Prez Tori!).  Look for an email from President Bob with details.
April 4 - ABO Students Share Their Stories. Save the Date - more information soon.  
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