John Cook “Dream Big, Dream Like a Champion!”

We are Community Leaders,

Exchanging Ideas and Taking Action.

Kearney Dawn Rotary presents John Cook “Dream Big, Dream Like a Champion!”

Coach John Cook gives an outstanding speech entitled, “Dream Big, Dream Like a Champion!” (also part of the title of his new book).  He shares stories about different techniques he and his coaching staff use to get the girls to work together and focus on the same goal.  Any organization or individual would benefit hearing John speak on teamwork, culture, and what it takes to become a champion…a FOUR-time champion!  He can talk-the-talk because he’s definitely walked-the-walk.

  • 11:00 – 12:00   |  Lunch, Meet & Greet
  • 12:00 – 1:00     |  “Dream Big, Dream Like A Champion!”

Purchase a table for 10: $300   |   Individual Tickets $35

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Thank you to the following business for their sponsorship

Younes Conference Center

Rotary: Making a Difference

Ice Cream Social

We are Community Leaders,

Exchanging Ideas and Taking Action.

Ice Cream Social

Come join us for an Ice Cream Social to help send Dawn Thompson off on an adventure of a lifetime.  Dawn will be leaving in early August for a year in India as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student.

Bring your family.  Bring a friend.  Bring a potential new Rotary member.

WHEN:  WED. JULY 26 6PM

WHERE:   YANNEY PARK (ROTARY PICNIC SHELTER)

Larry Harre – NE Children’s Home Society

nchs_logoThe Nebraska Children’s Home Society is a licensed private, non-sectarian, non-profit child placing agency focused on providing safe and loving care to children of all ages since 1893. With 11 offices located across the state of Nebraska the Nebraska Children’s Home Society provides safe and loving care to children of all ages through our statewide Pregnancy & Parenting, Adoption, Foster Care, Community & Neighborhood Based Services, and Early Childhood Programs.


 

Larry Harre is a member of the development staff for the Nebraska Children’s Home Society currently serving as the Major Gifts Officer (Kearney area).
E-mail Larry at lharre@nchs.org
Visit the Nebraska Children’s Home Society webpage: www.nchs.org

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Archway, Kearney Rotary to Dedicate Flag to Honor First Responders, Military

Posted: Sep 01, 2015 3:51 PM CST
Updated: Sep 09, 2015 1:16 PM CST
By Jordan Onwiler, Web Producer

KHGI-TV/KWNB-TV/KHGI-CD-Grand Island, Kearney, Hastings

Archway, Kearney Rotary to Dedicate Flag to Honor First Responders, Military

Archway, Kearney Rotary to Dedicate Flag ON 9/11 to Honor First Responders, Military.

The Archway and Kearney Rotary clubs will hold a special flag dedication ceremony for a large flag that will fly atop an 80 foot flagpole north of the monument’s main entrance. The 20×30 foot American flag will be dedicated to honor American firefighters, police officers, EMTs and all former and current military members. The ceremony is set to take place at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 11 in front of the Archway main entrance. The event is free and open to the public. “First and foremost, we felt this was a great opportunity to honor the folks who selflessly serve our community and our country,” said Rick Smith, Kearney Rotary club member and project chairperson. “The community of Kearney supported the project and helped us exceed our goal with both cash donations and in-kind donations. We are very fortunate to live in such a great community.” The initial goal was to raise $20,000 for the project, but the group ended up raising $65,000 in cash and in-kind donations. According to Archway spokesperson Jace Robinson, the additional cash will be used to landscape the area and set up an endowment for maintenance and replacement flags.KHGI-TV/KWNB-TV/KHGI-CD-Grand Island, Kearney, Hastings

REPOSTED FROM NEBRASKA.TV (http://www.nebraska.tv/story/29935937/archway-kearney-rotary-to-dedicate-flag-to-honor-first-responders-military)