The April 10 Meeting

Our weekly meeting brought guests and a special speaker.

Virginia Knudsen from NextGen Evolution kept everyone riveted with facts about our workforce, where it was, where it is, where it’s going.


Longtime friend to the Spring Mountains Rotary, Anita Lappe (aka Skeeter) has spent the winter as president Helen Arnold’s house guest. Last night was her last meeting until next September. What Skeeter didn’t know is that the would be awarded with a Paul Harris Fellow. Safe travels Skeet.


Spring Mountains Members are Honored

District Governor John Chase

Awards Members

Recently, at a November meeting, District Governor John Chase visited and recognized two of our own.

Longtime Rotarian Jan Carlson received the People of Action Award for her outstanding and continuing service to Rotary and our club.


Helen Arnold received her Paul Harris Plus One. 


Dr. Reeta Kaul Thukral

Spring Mountains Member Receives Her

First Paul Harris Fellowship


Dr. Reeta Kaul Thukral, club member and founder of Global Charities Foundation, received her first Paul Harris Fellow on the day she gave her Craft Talk. Presenting Reeta was Green Valley Rotary Club’s Susan Johnson, District’s Rotary Foundation Chair. Susan is at Judge at the Eighth Judicial District Court,in and for Clark County, Nevada. Reeta, incorporating her Foundation with Spring Mountains Rotary, is instrumental in the club obtaining it’s Global Foundation Grant.

President’s Welcome for the Year 2018/2019

Be the Inspiration!

The Las Vegas Spring Mountains Rotary Club has begun our 2018/19 Rotary Year – and it’s going to be a great one!

Past support of our community through participation with Project-150, the Spring Valley High School ‘Student-of-the-Month’ program, Opportunity Village volunteers, the Global Charity Foundation, and Hearts Alive continue stronger than ever.

Our newest youth program is the Employment Mentoring Program currently in development and scheduled to be implemented in February of 2019. The program is designed to help Project-150’s homeless student population learn the basics about the work world, develop a resume, practice the all-important job interview, and ultimately obtain their first job on their career path.

The Employment Mentoring Program will need the support and encouragement of the Las Vegas business community, so if you’ve ever wanted to lend a hand in overcoming homelessness – especially among our most vulnerable youth population – please contact us. Better yet, join us in our regular Wednesday evening meetings and see how you can become a contributing member with Rotary, one of the most successful service organizations you’ll ever find.

Our regular meetings are held Wednesdays and feature speakers on a variety of interesting subjects. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month, our speakers will address topics like Estate Planning, Trusts and Wills, Medical Development in Las Vegas, Master Gardening, Solar Energy and more. The speakers at our 4th Week meetings each month provide us an opportunity to have informal conversations with the people who make our Las Vegas community one of the greatest places to live; people like The Thunderbirds from Nellis AFB, the Development Director of the Boys and Girls Clubs, UNLV and the Smith Center, plus many more.

Come meet with us Wednesday evenings at…

The Den
9837 W. Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89148
5:30 – 7:00 pm

Come as our guest; leave as a Rotarian! When it comes to serving our community, join the Las Vegas Spring Mountains Rotary Club and…

Be The Inspiration!

Will Dresser
Spring Mountains Rotary Club

Visiting Rotarians

Husband and wife Lin Hsi Ching and Hui Chun Sung attended our July 26 meeting, along with their son. They are from different Rotary clubs in Taiwan, where Hui is President Elect of her club. They will be traveling throughout the States, and hope to return to Las Vegas before heading home. This delightful family enjoyed our meeting as much as we enjoyed having them!

Honoring the Spring Valley High School Student of the Month

Our first Student of the Month from Spring Valley High School (pictured 3rd from right) was honored in October of 2017. We continued these monthly awards throughout the school year, and will continue this when school reconvenes.

To show our appreciation, each recipient receives a framed certificate, and assorted goodies, such as movie tickets, gift cards, and other useful items.

If this is our future, we’re in good hands!