December 16, 2022 is the Lincoln South Rotary Club Annual Holiday Lunch. As has been tradition, we will be collecting donations for the Food Bank of Lincoln/Lancaster County. We will hear from Amanda Fahrer, Executive Assistant.
On December 16th at our regular Club meeting we will be celebrating the Holiday.  There will be special music and a chance to give back to our community.  A new tradition was born a few years ago, where we give donations of food, paper goods and checks to those in need in our community.  We do that through our local Food Bank.  
We ask that you bring your donations to the meeting on the 16th.  Money is the most effective, but you can also bring food. If you are writing a check please make it payable to the Lincoln Food Bank.  If you are unable to join us this Friday, you can still participate by going onto the Food Bank's website and making a donation.  If you donate through the Food Bank's website please let me know that you have done so and please share with me the amount.  We keep track of our support to this worthy cause.  
Thank you and Happy Holidays
Tom Hyde
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Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2022_1216
Time: Dec 16, 2022 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
If you are not a member of Lincoln South Rotary and you wish to join by zoom, contact us in advance and provide your name.
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Meeting ID: 847 1163 2966
Amanda Fahrer joined the Food Bank of Lincoln in July 2020 as a Communications Coordinator and now serves the organization as Executive Assistant. In this role, she helps develop communications materials, assists with scheduling and is part of the organization’s advocacy efforts.
Prior to working at the Food Bank, Amanda was a communication instructor at Southeast Community College-Milford and Doane University. She served six years on the Nebraska Leadership Seminar Board of Directors and is currently a member of the Doane University Alumni Council.
Amanda is a 2011 graduate of Doane College and in 2013, earned her master’s degree in communication studies from Kansas State University. She lives in Lincoln with her husband, Lucas, and 3-year-old daughter, Fiona, and spends time rooting for the Kansas City Royals (even though it isn’t always easy).