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The Alternative Art Project and the Lincoln Theater renovation. 

The Alternative Art Project and the Lincoln Theater renovation  **Mtg location Little America Hotel
Feb 23, 2022
Jon Jelinek, the Alternative Art Project
The Alternative Art Project and the Lincoln Theater renovation, the meeting location is The Little America Hotel.

Please join us to hear from Jon Jelinek, the Founder and Director of the Alternative Art Project, which is a non-profit created in 2011 by Jon and his wife Renee.  Jon will share with us all the cool things the Alternative Art Project has been doing in Cheyenne since its creation, including the purchase and renovation of the Lincoln Theater.

Join Us for Rotary 101
Hello Fellow Rotarian!
We would like to announce an opportunity for you to attend the next ‘Rotary 101’ event, hosted by the Rotary Club of Cheyenne. Rotary 101 is an opportunity for relatively new Rotarians to learn more about the local club, Rotary International, service projects, the foundation and much, much MORE! This is also a great opportunity for Rotarians who have transferred to the Cheyenne club to learn more about District 5440, and all the great committees and ways to get involved in the Cheyenne Club!
What:   Rotary 101
Date:    Thursday, March 10th 2022
Time:    5:30pm – 7:00pm
Where: Hirst and Applegate, LLP Board Room
              1720 Carey Ave #400
              Cheyenne, WY 82001
We will provide dinner and refreshments to keep everyone fueled and full of Rotary Fun!
As a gentle reminder, attending a Rotary 101 event is required to remove the red badge from your nametag. If you are not able to attend this session, there will be another scheduled for early summer.
If you are able to attend the March 10th event, please RSVP to Scott VanHorn at at your earliest convenience.
Thank you and have a great day!
-The Cheyenne Rotary Club Membership Team
Dinneen Family Honored
Marietta Dinneen was recognized with the Auburn Dowdy and Frank Trelease Fellows Awards for her generous donation in honor of her husband, Bill Dinneen who was a long time member of our club and served as President 1965-66.  Pins were given to her son to present to her.  She is in her 90's and stays close to home.
Progressive Dinner Invite
Hey Rotarians. We are just over a month out from the Progressive Dinner on March 20 and want to get our ducks in a row. Last time we did this, pre-covid, over 36 signed up. We’re hoping for more! First thing we need from each of you is confirmation that you plan to attend and will you be bringing a guest or guests – need your numbers. If you would like to bring non-Rotarians or have folks in town you would like to come, feel free as this event would be a great place to show off Rotary; just let us know so that we can plan accordingly. Second is host homes – we have several (and room for more) so far, Sims, VanDeweges, Hammels, Kirkbrides, and Lathrops. Larger space homes have volunteered and will accommodate everyone for appetizers and dessert but anyone can do the main course for 6-10 people. We also need helpers to bring food items if you can’t host, so let us know about that.  Do any of you wish to host a main course place as we need to split into several groups? 
The official invite is coming soon. We do have a budget to help with food items so don’t let that stop you! Once we know numbers we will be back to you about the logistics of the progressive meal. This is going to be FUN! 
The Progressive Planning team is President Anja Bendel, Lindi Kirkbride 307-630-1601,, Lindsey Reynolds 970-978-9853,, Denise and Brent Lathrop 307-286-9301. Contact any of us with questions. Thanks to everyone who’s involved!
Rotary Social for February
New Member Proposal
Gregory Ashley, a Financial Professional with New York Life has submitted an application for membership in our club.  He is sponsored by Bailey Nowak.
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