Speaker Date Topic
Teresa Ewins - BY ZOOM ONLY Jan 21, 2022
Lincoln Police Department
Lincoln Police Department

Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2022_0121
Time: Jan 21, 2022 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 830 2673 7044

Jim Locklear Jan 28, 2022
More than a Pretty Place: The Conservation Vision of Lauritzen Gardens
More than a Pretty Place: The Conservation Vision of Lauritzen Gardens

Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2022_0128
Time: Jan 28, 2022 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 896 5879 0548

BIO

Jim Locklear has been Director of Conservation at Lauritzen Gardens in Omaha, Nebraska since 2010.  He worked previously at the Dyck Arboretum of the Plains in Kansas, the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum, and the Morton Arboretum in Illinois.  He is the author Phlox: A Natural History and Gardener’s Guide (2011) and editor of the revised edition of Claude Barr’s wildflower classic, Jewels of the Plains (2015).

Carol Horner - District Governor Feb 04, 2022
Rotary
Rotary

BIO

Carol has been a Rotarian since 2005 and was President of her club, Rotary Club of Council Bluffs, in 2010-11. She has served District 5650 as District Trainer, and Area Governor.
 
During her year as District Governor, Carol’s primary focus will be on increasing member diversity and building a strong sense of belonging in the Rotary Clubs of District 5650.
 
She is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow and sustaining member of The Rotary Foundation. Her Rotary awards include: 2013 Rotary International Avenues of Service Citation; 2016 and 2018 District Chair of the Year; and 2017 Rotarian of the Year for her Club.  She is a facilitator for Rotary Leadership Institute – Heartland USA Division.
 
Carol Horner is President and Founder of Synchronicity, Inc. She works with companies and organizations that want their employees, teams, and leaders to "be in synch" and make impact. Carol integrates diversity, equity, and inclusion in all her work. She is currently authoring a book about her Spiral of Accountability Model.
 
Carol enjoys wine and scuba diving although not at the same time! She also enjoys exercise, sports, kayaking, golf, and the outdoors.
 
Her favorite thing about being a Rotarian is her opportunity to be a part of saving the world!
Heath Stuckenholz Feb 11, 2022
Hausman Construction
Hausman Construction
Judi gaiashkibos Feb 18, 2022
Nebraska Indian Commission
Nebraska Indian Commission
Lorrie Benson Feb 25, 2022
Estate Administration
Brad Moline Mar 04, 2022
Allo Communications
Allo Communications

BIO

Brad Moline founded ALLO Communications LLC, a competitive local telephone company based in Nebraska in 2003, and serves as its president and chief executive officer. ALLO has fiber to the premise installations and operations in 15 communities with a total population of 460,000 in Nebraska and Colorado.  ALLO is a subsidiary of Nelnet, Inc (NYSE: NNI).   Moline currently serves on the board of the National Cable Television Cooperative, a television programming purchasing organization.

Previously, Moline was senior vice president of finance and chief financial officer of Birch Telecom in Kansas City.  From 1994 to 1997, Moline was the treasurer and chief financial officer of Covenant Transport, Inc., which became publicly traded during his tenure. Moline currently serves on the Board of Directors of Covenant Transport (CVTI) and serves on the audit committee.

Moline also serves on the board of his family’s grocery operations in Nebraska and Colorado.

Moline holds a Bachelor of Administration degree in Business Administration from the

University of Nebraska and is formerly a certified public accountant with Ernst & Young.

Kim Baxter, North Platte Rotary Mar 25, 2022
Kenya Eye Clinic
Kenya Eye Clinic
Diane Temme Stinton Apr 01, 2022
TMCO

BIO:

Diane Temme Stinton was born and raised in Lincoln. She attended Everett Elementary School and graduated from Lincoln Lutheran Jr./Sr. High School and had the amazing opportunity to study abroad in Germany as a sophomore in high school. She went on to graduate from UNL with a BA in German. Diane decided to pursue her first love and study music in the United Kingdom at Bangor University in North Wales. She studied violin, collaborative piano, and above all, musicology. She recently finished her Ph.D. in Music with a dissertation on musical settings of psalms in Counter-Reformation Germany in the late sixteenth century.

She returned to Lincoln in 2015 and works for the family business as the Chief Administrative Officer. TMCO is a mid-size metal manufacturing company located just southwest of the Haymarket. Diane strives to emulate her dad, Roland, in his commitment to caring for his employees and in his dedication to the community.

Diane serves on the Community Health Charities advocating for the NE Community Blood Bank, Junior Achievement, and Lincoln Children’s Zoo boards and is a member of the South of Downtown Coalition Steering Committee. She volunteers with Junior Achievement and is a Teammates mentor at Lincoln High. She is currently the Lincoln Area Director of Dream It Do It! a national non-profit organization that promotes opportunities and careers in manufacturing. She is an adjunct instructor at Doane University and coordinates the Music History curriculum and the strings program and has recently joined the Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Working Group at Doane.

Heather Loughman Apr 08, 2022
Tour - Gathering Place
Tour - Gathering Place

BIO

Heather Loughman has been employed with Community Action since 2011, first serving in the Director of Communications and Development role on the agency’s leadership team since 2017. She was named Executive Director in October of 2021.

Since first joining Community Action, she has been instrumental in increasing support for agency programs, growing programs’ services provided, and adding new services to benefit residents of the agency’s two-county service area.
 
Loughman holds a BA in Scientific and Technical Communication; business emphasis and a MS in Rhetoric and Technical Communication from Michigan Technological University. She has a Certificate in Fundraising Management. She is a Leadership Lincoln Fellows XXXIV and was named United Way Speaker of the Year in 2019.
No Meeting Apr 15, 2022
Enjoy the Easter Holiday
Enjoy the Easter Holiday
Suzanne Shugrue May 06, 2022
Madonna Expansion
Madonna Expansion
Scholarship Recipients Present To The Club May 13, 2022
Col. Jerry Meyer May 20, 2022
Nebraska National Guard Museum
Nebraska National Guard Museum
No Meeting May 27, 2022
Enjoy the Memorial Day Weekend
Enjoy the Memorial Day Weekend
Lincoln South Rotary Club Changing of the Guard Jun 17, 2022
Wrap up the 2021-22 Rotary Year and Bring in 2022-23
Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed Jun 24, 2022
Tour and Lunch at Museum
Tour and Lunch at Museum

About:

Founded in 1992 by “Speedy” Bill and Joyce Smith, the Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed is dedicated to preserving, interpreting and displaying physical items significant in racing and automotive history. The museum is a federally recognized 501 (c) (3) private foundation and currently encompasses more than 150,000 sq. ft. over three levels. The vast collection resulted from the Smiths’ personal involvement in racing and hot rodding for more than six decades, and their lifelong passion for collecting and preserving historic automotive artifacts. 

​Millions of hours were spent, as Bill put it, “turning over rocks” and chasing countless leads to assemble a collection of this magnitude. As a result, museum visitors will witness a stunning array of history-making cars, engines, parts, toys and memorabilia. You’ll see countless rare and one-of-a-kind items, all presented in beautiful displays and dioramas that will make you feel like you’ve taken a step back into the past!

Today, we are striving to foster innovation with younger generations by hosting educational and family friendly events to engage those in our local community. Through these our hope is to continue to fuel the passion for automotive history, innovation, and technical skills with our future generations to come.

No Meeting Jul 01, 2022
Enjoy the Independence Day Holiday
Enjoy the Independence Day Holiday