Upcoming Meetings & Events

Find out what events we are currently planning. Also, scroll to the bottom to see a synopsis of what transpired at the most recent meetings. 

March 1st

New Location! Pioneer Hall 1137 W 7800

 

(Old church located between WJ City Cemetery and the Trax station.) All future meetings will be held at Pioneer Hall, rather than City Hall which will be under renovation.

Speaker: Eric Mcculley will give us updates on the Big Bend River Project. We have done several days of service planting trees and bushes, come hear what is new and how we can help further.

 

 

Family Community Service Nights

 

The South Jordan club has started a group monthly service project night and West Jordan is partnering with them. Held every second Monday at 6:30 pm. You are invited to bring your family and friends! This is an optional activity to provide additional service.

Sign up and RSVP using the link below. Service nights fill up quickly and registration can be closed! If you would like to attend to assist in the projects as a supervisor, please let Alicia know.

Coming this Spring: District Conference - May 12-14, 2022.

 

This is a great chance for you to obtain Leadership and Professional Development within Rotary.

In partnership with Professional Education at the University of Utah, and led by the Connecting Generations Rotary Club, the May 12-14, 2022 District Conference will appeal to Rotarians and young professionals not yet familiar with Rotary.

We have been asked to send at least one Rotarian per 10 club members AND sponsor one young professional per 10 members who is a potential member. Friday/Saturday: $180. For those under 40: $160. It’s up to each club but consider $100 sponsorships for potential members under 40 years of age. Thursday night Rotary Foundation Dinner is $50, and features Rick Foster, North American Manager for the LDS Humanitarian Foundation.

All will receive a digital certificate of attendance at this professional development Conference featuring workshops in conflict resolution, managing generational diversity, discovering & addressing implicit bias, building teams of trust, collaboration & results – and much more including all the Rotary programming you love! The House of Friendship will feature outstanding collaborative club service. Saturday afternoon service projects will assist veterans, victims of domestic violence, and those afflicted with food insecurity.

Upcoming Activities:

 

March 1 - Speaker: Eric Mcculley - Big Bend River Project (Pioneer Hall 1137 W 7800 @ 12:30)

March 8 - Representative Ken Ivory Reports on the Utah Legislative Session (Pioneer Hall 1137 W 7800 @ 12:30)

March 15 - Student of the Month - (Pioneer Hall 1137 W 7800 @ 12:30)

March 22 - Business Meeting (Pioneer Hall 1137 W 7800 @ 12:30)

March 29 - Bart Forsyth - South Valley Water Conservation (Pioneer Hall 1137 W 7800 @ 12:30)

April 5 - Service: Tiny Tim’s Toy Factory @ 12:30 (6818 Airport Rd, West Jordan, UT 84084)

April 12 - TBA

April 19 - Business Meeting (Pioneer Hall 1137 W 7800)

April 26 - Student of the Month (Pioneer Hall 1137 W 7800 @ 12:30)

May 3 - Service: Tiny Tim’s Toy Factory @ 12:30 (6818 Airport Rd, West Jordan, UT 84084)

May 12-14 - Utah Rotary District 5420 Conference (no activity the 10th)

May 24 - Business Meeting (Pioneer Hall 1137 W 7800 @ 12:30)

May 31 - No Activity - Happy Memorial Day!

 

 

 

 

A Few Old Meetings Synopsis

Saturday, August 7, 2021

 

The club held a membership event at the home of Richard and Kathy Ajer. The event was well attended with the following members and guests attending:

 

Richard and Kathy Ajer and their guests Rhett and Vicki Sears | Kelly and Penny Atkinson and their guests Rick Lee and Steven and Lix McCombs (Jim Gilmore) | RaNae and Ray Gourley Bennett | Diana Brown | Peter Cardon and his daughter, Audrey | Seth Casalino | Doug Schmidt | Brent Scott | Alicia and Rob Summers with their son, Marc Summers, and Korban Lee, WJ City CAO|

Melissa White | Dwayne and JoAnne Woolley | Jose Valasco and his two guests, Craig and Monique

 

In all the event was attended by 26 people. The dinner was provided by Famous Dave’s Barbeque. The program was provided by the members of the club including President Summers, addressing the group and speaking on the empowerment of Rotary; Seth Casalino, speaking on why he joined Rotary; and Kelly Atkinson concluded the program by addressing Why Rotary.

 

Potential members are invited to fill out the New Member application form found on the website, www.WestJordanRotary.com. The club will track the attendees to determine how successful the event was at bringing new Rotarians into our club. Members are encouraged to continue inviting potential members to any activity.

 

July 27, 2021

 

Attending: Alicia, Kelly, Penny, Pete, Paul, Stu, Rose, Seth, Sherile, Doug (did I miss anyone?)
 
 
Meeting Agenda
 
Happy Bucks
Welcome
Approval of Budget: Pete made motion; Stu seconded; unanimous vote to approve
Review of Dues structure
 
Membership: committee is calling to remind and ask members to find potential members for the EOBO Membership Recruitment event on August 7th. Alicia requested that members recommend businesses who might want to become corporate members. Ask around, send names to Alicia to invite. Plaques for businesses to post showing membership status.
 
Foundation: Encouraging members to create accounts on MyRotary.org. TRF will now be paid by individuals, rather than dues, so we will focus on letting members know of this change. In addressing what the committee felt like members should be "getting out of Rotary" they mentioned doing more local projects and getting to know our members better by having more socials. They also want to encourage all members to become Paul Harris Members this year.
 
Alicia mentioned that the Visioning Exercises will be the perfect way to help direct our club in the right way and help us get to know each other. She encouraged all members to attend both meetings.
 
Youth: RYLA students - three attending from CHHS and one that is the Atkinson's neighbor and son of potential new members. Committee would like to invite Interact and Rotaract members to attend Tuesday meetings a couple of times to get to know each other. Exchange students will be returning next year. Recruitment event will happen in January for the 2022-2023 school year. This is for 10th and 11th grade students. We moved Rose to be on the Youth committee.
 
Fundraising: tentative date for Field of Dreams event is May 21st. We need to recruit corporate sponsors to be teams, $1,000 per team to play. Goal is to earn $6,000 - $10,000.
 
Service: August 31st will be Craig Dearing's celebration of service. Field of Dreams repair needs to be done in the evening. Will pick two dates for September. Native American Initiative in Blanding - Stu will be meeting with the group next week, so particulars are coming. What is needed: plumbing, electrical and painting and refurbishing.
 
Alicia thanked members for their work with their committees.
 
Adjourned at 1:38 pm

 

July 13, 2021

 

ATTENDANCE: In no particular order - Kelly and Penny Atkinson, Alicia Summers, Diana Brown, Reed Searle, RaNae Gourley, Rich and Kathy Ajer, Paul Turner  and Doug Schmidt. 

 

OPENING: The Rotary meeting was held in the Community Room at West Jordan City Hall. Meeting was called to order by President Alicia. A special prayer video was offered by Aiya(see below). The Pledge was led by Kathy Ajer.

 

ROTARY MOMENT: The Rotary Moment was how a Tom Morrissey, a one-arm child golfer, who overcame this obstacles, learn how to play golf.

 

PROGRAM: The program was provided by Ken and Joyce Asay, who spoke about their experiences in servicing the people of Iraq. They recounted the refugees fleeing from Iraq, the poverty existing in the camps, the devastation of war. It was amazing.  

 

The meeting concluded with the recital of the 4-Way text.

 

$20.00 was collected in cash from Reed S. for lunch. 

Happy Bucks was 121.00 due to a generous donation of $100 from an anonymous source.

RaNae pay for her meal via Venmo 

 

 

July 7, 2021

 

ATTENDANCE: In no particular order - Kelly and Penny Atkinson, Alicia Summers, Diana Brown, Reed Searle, RaNae Gourley, Seth Casalino, and Doug Schmidt. 

 

OPENING: The Rotary meeting was held in the Community Room at West Jordan City Hall. Meeting was called to order by President Alicia. The Prayer was offered by Reed Searle. The Pledge was led by President Alicia.

 

ROTARY MOMENT: The Rotary Moment was a patriotic slide show with a music backdrop sung by Celine Dion, God Bless America (see below).

 

PROGRAM: The program was provided by Rhonda Wither who was accompanied by her husband, Scott. She spoke of how transformation Freedom Honor Flights are in changing the lives of veteran who have served this country. It was inspirational, patriotic, and moving.

 

The meeting concluded with the recital of the 4-Way text.

 

$7.00 collect in cash from Reed S. for lunch. 

Bill for meals: RaNae and Rocio.

 

If it is TUESDAY, it’s Rotary!

 

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WJ Rotary Board

Alicia Summers, President

ROTARY CLUB BOARD

Past President - Pete Cardon

President Elect - Diana Brown

Treasurer - Paul Turner

Secretary - Kelly Atkinson

Club Service  Director - Stu Richardson

Membership Director -  RaNae Bennett

Youth Service Director - Penny Atkinson

The Rotary Foundation - Sherile Rickman

Public Image Committee: Rocio Mejia

Fundraising Director - Pete Cardon

 

Past and Future President of the West Jordan Rotary Club

Rotary West Jordan Club # 25006

1987-1988  Robert W. Ladenburger

1988-1989  Paul S. Quist

1989-1990  Wilbern L. McDougal

1990-1991  Lowell K. Brown

1991-1992  Larry J. Bain

1992-1993  Stuart Richardson

1993-1994  Kelly C. Atkinson, PDG

1994-1995  James D. Sargent

1995-1996  Dwayne J. Woolley

1996-1997  Eric Allred

1997-1998  N. Craig Dearing

1998-1999  Corey Nebeker

1999-2000  Max Campbell

2000-2001 Terry Holzworth

2001-2002  Doug Schmidt

2002-2003  Chris Christensen

2003-2004  Penny Atkinson, PDG

2004-2005  Sharon Richardson

2005-2006  Jason Campbell

2006-2007  Terri Belliston

2007-2008  V. Paul Turner

2008-2009  Al Potts

2009-2010  Stuart Richardson

2010-2011  Brenda Cole

2011-2012  Sherile Rickman

2012-2013  Sue Potts

2013-2014  Stephanie Sherrell

2014-2015  Rocio Mejia

2015-2016  Sharon Richardson

2016-2017  Elise McGee 

2017-2018 Kevin McGee

2018-2019 Kelly Atkinson, PDG

2019-2020 Melissa White

2020-2021 Pete Cardon

2021-2022 Alicia Summers

2022-2023 Diana Brown

 

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