Rotary Club of Post Falls

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Welcome to our Club!

Post Falls

Service Above Self.

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Garden Plaza
545 N Garden Plaza Court
Post Falls, ID  83854
United States
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Our guest speaker on February 22 was Jeff Conroy, Director of St. Vincent de Paul in Coeur d'Alene.  Jeff spoke to us about the fund raisers that are held to support the many programs that are offered to the community.  Pictured are Jeff and President, Shelly Enderud.   
During our Wednesday, January 11, 2016 meeting, our club and the Post Falls Kiwanis Club jointly donated $750 to the Post Falls St. Vincent de Paul Warming Center.  Pictured are Julius Pekar from the Kiwanis Club, Scott Parker, Manager of the Warming Center and our President, Shelly Enderud.
On Wednesday, January 11, Michael Shaw the founder of the Guardian Foundation was our guest speaker.  He talked to us about how the foundation assists military veterans with food, shelter, clothing, counseling referrals, education/job opportunities and helps with unexpected expenses.  Our club donated to the foundation.  Pictured are Shelly Romine and Michael.
Katelyn Pool is on the Board of Directors of the Panhandle Autism Society.  Katelyn gave an informative presentation on PAS. 
Walt is home recuperating.  Christi set Walt up to participate in our meeting through Facetime.
Thank you so much Christi.  Here's a photo of Mara'd and Walt.
Jame' Davis received her Paul Harris +1 pin at Wednesday, August 3 Post Falls Rotary Club meeting.
Jim Fenton, Rotary Foundation Chairperson, presented Jame' with her pin.
Pictured are Jim, Jame' and President, Shelly Enderud.
Our club had its Annual Banquet on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at The Garden Plaza in Post Falls.
Tiffany Morret from Heritage Health talked to us about the evolution of Heritage Health from the Dirne Clinic to the present organization.  Tiffany is pictured with Freeman Duncan and Jame' Davis.
Tony Stewart who represents the Idaho Hall of Fame talked to us about the current nomination process for the Idaho Hall of Fame.  He also spoke about some of previous members of the elite group.
Nikki Luttmann, President of the Post Falls Library Foundation spoke to us about the Library's 100th year Anniversary.  Nikki also said that there are openings on the Foundation's Board and invited us to consider joining the Board.  Freeman Duncan, Ryan Luttmann, Nikki Luttmann and Jame' Davis are pictured. 
Wednesday, July 15, 2015 was the Post Falls Rotary Club Annual Planning Meeting.  The weather was beautiful at Red Lion Templins along the Spokane River at the River Grill.  We had a wonderful BBQ and a session planning for the new year.  Jame' distributed a report that was the result of a survey of club members.  We are all looking forward to a great 2015-2016 Rotary Year.
On July 8, Liz Montgomery was our guest speaker.  Liz talked to us about the Ready! For Kindergarten program.  This program is for children from 0-5 years of age to help prepare them for Kindergarten.  This past year, 150 families participated in the program.
Liz is pictured with Shelly Romine and Jame' Davis.
On July 1, 2015, Jamie Lynn Morgan was our guest speaker.  Jamie moved from Western Montana in 1991 and currently lives in Hayden.  She has operated as a Brand Ambassador, Freelance Writer, Online Marketing Specialist and Bicycle/Beer Event Organizer since January, 2008.
Jamie talked to us about the Bicycle/Beer Event and her plans to publish a brochure showing the best bicycle routes for families.
Jamie is pictured with Shelly Romine and Jame' Davis.
This year our awards banquet was held at Jacklin Arts & Cultural Center.  We had a wonderful turnout and enjoyed BBQ from Famous Willies.
Ryan Luttmann was named Rotarian of the Year and Kay Viebrock was awarded for her Outstanding Service to the club.
Kaylee Kosareff made a return visit to our club on Wednesday, June 17.
Kaylee had a wonderful photo presentation of her internship at the U.S. Embassy in London.  She was in London from September thru April and participated in many events at the Embassy and other venues in London.  Kaylee also had time to do some touring in and around London.
We were one of Kaylee's sponsors.  She will enter the University of Edinburgh, Scotland this Fall. 
Tracy, Kaylee and Freeman are pictured.
Marie Price who works at the North Idaho College Workforce Training Center was our guest speaker.  Along with a song and a dance, (joke) Marie gave us an update on the classes that are offered at the center.
Jame', Marie and Chris.
Dani Zibell-Wolfe provided us with an enthusiastic program about Ironman Coeur d'Alene.  Dani is in charge of volunteers for the event.  There are still volunteer opportunities available for the June 28 Ironman.  President-Elect Jame' Davis and Dani are pictured.
Wally Jacobson is the new Executive Director for the Panhandle Area Council.  He gave us an update on PAC.
Tracy, Wally and Shelly are pictured.
Russ Connole, Director of the City of Post Falls Public Services and John Beacham, Environmental Manager talked to us about the Spokane River Outfall upgrades and the Water Reclamation Facility upgrades.
Tracy, John and Russ are pictured.
Dave Fair, Director for City of Post Falls Parks and Recreation provided an interesting program on the upcoming changes at the Post Falls Cemetery.  Tracy, Dave and Shelly are pictured.
Gynii Gilliam is the new Executive Director for Jobs Plus.  Gynii gave us a wonderful presentation of what's going on in Jobs Plus.  Pictured are Shelly Enderud, Tracy Williams and Gynii Gilliam.
Coeur d'Alene Sunrise Club member Erna Rhinehart and Loretta Reed "man" the booth at the Business Fair that took place on Wednesday, April 22 at the Greyhound Park and Event Center.
Abi Sovereign was named the Student of the Month for April 2015.
Abi is a senior at Post Falls High School.  She has been a member of the DECA club for 3 years.
Abi will be attending Grand Canyon University and will pursue a career in the health industry.
Congratulations to Abi.
Pictured are Tracy, Jame' and Abi.
Our guest speaker on April 22 was Steve Roberge, Executive Director, CDA Waste Management.
Steve told us items that are recycled and how important it is to limit the amount of waste that goes to our landfill.
Tracy, Steve and Christi are pictured.
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Community Service Chair
International Chair
Membership Chair
Past President
New Generations Chair
Rotary Foundation Chair
Club Administrator
Public Relations Chair