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Esther Hobart Morris Women's Suffrage mini play 

Ester Hobart Morris Women's Suffrage mini play     ** Mtg. location Little America Hotel and Resort
Apr 13, 2022
Denise Burke, A League of Her Own acting troupe
Esther Hobart Morris Women's Suffrage mini play, the meeting location is Little America Hotel and Resort.

A League of Her Own acting troupe, sponsored by the Cheyenne League of Women Voters, will perform an updated version of its new readers theater production called “An Afternoon with Esther” for the Cheyenne Rotary Club on April 13. Highlighting the life of Wyoming suffragist Esther Hobart Morris, the original play was featured last summer at a dedication of a plaque marking her Cheyenne home. That ceremony dedicated the first Wyoming marker on the National Votes for Women Trail (NVWT). Morris came to South Pass City, a gold mining camp in Wyoming Territory in 1869, and was the first woman justice of the peace in Wyoming and the nation. Throughout her life she supported the antislavery movement, suffrage and equal rights for women. Organized in 2019 to mark the 150th anniversary of Wyoming granting women the right to vote, A League of Her Own has performed its play “Wonderful Wyoming Women Voters” numerous times. Nominated by the Laramie County Historical Society, the play won first place in the fine arts category of the Wyoming State Historical Society’s 2020 annual awards program. For the 2021 Morris house event, the troupe wrote a new script focusing on Esther Hobart Morris. All the characters in the play knew Esther, played by Denise Burke: Julia Bright, of South Pass City, played by Rosalind Schliske; Therese Jenkins, of Cheyenne, played by Debra Lee, and Amalia Post, of Cheyenne, played by Mary Guthrie. The narrator, played by Keren Meister Emerich, guides the characters in reminiscing about Esther.

New Paul Harris Fellows
Three new PHF were celebrated last Wednesday.  Larry Walters and Tom Bass achieved their Paul Harris award and Patrick Lim was the recipient of a PHF award through an anonymous donor.
President Anja, Larry Walters, Tom Bass and Foundation Chair Lori Schoene.
President Anja, Patrick Lim and Foundation Chair Lori.
Spikeball Tournament Sponsored by LCCC Interact Club

The Rotaract Club of LCCC is hosting a Spike Out Stress Spikeball Tournament at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Apr. 28 in LCCC's Multipurpose Gym.

Either register a team to play in the event or just come watch the competition and enjoy some free food, drinks and stress management tips from the LCCC Counseling and Wellness Center. 

The event is open to all LCCC Students and the public.

Teams of 2 can register for $20: Register for the Spikeball Tournament

East High Interact Club 
East High Interact Club advisor Anna Swank with President Jordan Oligschlaeger, Vice President Smantha Chernogorec and Rotarian Beth VanDeWege.
Jordan and Smantha gave the club an update on the various projects they are working on including raising $100 for Polio Plus and raising money to provide sanitary products to young Ugandan women so they stay in school.
Crow Creek Clean Up
Save the date, Saturday April 30th will be the annual Crow Creek Cleanup. 
World Immunization Week April 24 - 30
Join us for World Immunization Week
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Join with Rotary to promote the power of vaccines to protect children and save lives
During World Immunization Week, 24-30 April, let’s advocate for polio eradication and the importance of vaccines to the health and well-being of our communities.

Vaccines are one of the greatest advances of modern medicine. They’re safe, effective, and save millions of lives each year. Our progress in the fight to end polio is proof that vaccines work.

The Global Polio Eradication Initiative estimates that the polio vaccine has saved more than 20 million children around the world from paralysis. We need to continue vaccinating children against polio, because as long as the poliovirus circulates anywhere, it is a threat everywhere.

Here’s how you can support Rotary’s efforts during World Immunization Week:
  • Use the World Immunization Week Toolkit for graphics and sample posts to share on social media with the hashtags #EndPolio and #VaccinesWork.  
  • Donate to PolioPlus to help Rotary and our partners deliver polio vaccines to vulnerable children. Or start an online fundraiser using Raise for Rotary and share it with your friends, colleagues, and family members. All contributions will be matched 2-to-1 by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Rotary districts can give District Designated Funds (DDF) to PolioPlus to help meet our goal of raising $50 million each year to eradicate polio.
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