Of all the paths you take in life,
Make sure a few of them are dirt
- John Muir 
June 21, 2020
Boise Metro Rotary
Be the Inspiration
We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Stone House at The Ram
709 E. Park Blvd
Boise, ID  83701
United States
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This Quarter's Cause is  Everyday Leadership. We'd like to collect school and classroom supplies.
Upcoming Events
Pass the Gavel Banquet
Jun 23, 2020 6:00 PM
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Jun 23, 2020
ID Womens' Suffrage: a history
Jun 30, 2020
What's going on in Boise Metro Rotary?
Jul 07, 2020
Boise's Back program!
Jul 14, 2020
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Nate Pierce
June 4
Lance Hendricks
June 26
Brian McCoy
Wendy Powell-McCoy
June 7
Join Date
Terrence J. Reynolds
June 1, 1999
21 years
Tyson Wise
June 3, 2008
12 years
William Ellsworth
June 17, 2015
5 years
Photo Albums
Greenbelt Project
Idaho State Historical Society visit
River Pointe Park, Garden City Greenbelt
Open World Russians October 2016
Greenbelt Table & Shelter
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Our program this week will be Tonya Adank from Fairway Independent Mortgage Co. She'll talk about the features and intricacies of Reverse Mortgages. Some of us old Rotarians might be interested!
Plans are shaping up for our Pass the Gavel party on the 23rd. Everyone should have received an invitation e-vite. Please respond as soon as possible. Deliberate Directions is supplying the adult beverages. Food is being provided by Life's Kitchen. We'll have speeches and music by the BiggsJones Band. Be warned that parking can be an issue here. This park is way busier than the planners ever imagined! You can park on Pleasanton or there's a Quinn's Pond overflow lot off Main St.  Bring your water craft!
Our monument contractor started "chipping away", literally,  on the monument this week. This may be a bit more of a challenge than they anticipated. They hope to have it "freed" from the base next week.
We are all acquainted with Hank Ebert since he's been an "unofficial" member of club for several years. Now he's transferring his Rotary membership from the Rotary Club of the West e-club to Boise Metro! Hank is a real "Citizen of the world", as he likes to describe himself. He was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil. His dad was a US Foreign Service Office so after the age of 5 Hank lived in seven different countries. He's also lived in seven states and the District of Columbia.
Hank enrolled in University of Idaho in 1973, earned a Bachelors at Rutgers University in 1979 and a Masters in Public Administration from Boise State in 2003. He settled in the Boise area in 1991 when he took a job with a no longer existing Federal Agency to research options regarding the long term storage of spent nuclear fuel. He worked at that for 20 years and admits his disappointment at the lack of progress.  He also spent many years working for the Idaho Department of Commerce in Economic Development.
Hank is currently employed at BSU in the area of Employee Relations and Career Services. His task is to find internships and career opportunities for BSU students and graduates.
Hank’s love affair with Rotary International began at an early age. His grandfather, Dr. Henry D. Guilbert, after whom Hank was named, co-founded several Rotary clubs in Honduras (District 5360).  His grandfather was recognized as the World’s Oldest Living Rotarian. (He also wrote his clubs bulletin!) Hank and his wife Maione Carrijo have a grown daughter living in Phoenix. Hanks hobbies ate photography and bird watching. Regretfully, Hank has no pets.sad
Welcome to Boise Metro, Hank!
Mary R. reported on some scary mountain biking in Colorado last week........she walked some......meanwhile, Hank got his bike out of cold storage.....Cahill finally got a haircut, looks much better now.....Gabriel Stein was our guest last week.......anybody notice that Justin Jantz looks like John Krazinski?........I hope you're not allergic to Cottonwood fuzzies!.....thanks to Paul Johnson for his program about the "Library of Things" interesting proposition for sure........Rotary Park on the Greenbelt has lots of weeds.....maybe a service project in the works?....we WILL have our regular noon meeting on the 23rd.......
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