NOTICE: Omaha Night Rotary Club will have Hybrid meetings thru February - Join us either at Vincenzo's or online.
What is the Omaha Rotary Night Club?
We are a group of Committed Leaders that are passionate about: Exchanging ideas, experiences and learning opportunities; Taking Action to create positive changes that benefit communities near or far; Building Friendships; and HAVING FUN

What this translates to is: We are a group of people from all walks of life who meet at Vincenzo's (15701 Pacific St.) on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Tuesdays of the month at 5:30 to socialize, eat, sip, and discuss ways to make the world a better place. Guests and visitors are ALWAYS welcome. Please come visit us anytime!
 
What's Happening?
We will be doing hybrid meetings - that is both meeting in person at Vincenzo's for those who are comfortable, and online - for those that aren't comfortable yet with face-to-face meetings. 
 
If you are attending in-person, please remember to bring your facemask to wear when you are moving through the restaurant.
 
Please do not attend in-person if you have been exposed to COVID or generally aren't feeling well.  We want to keep everyone safe, healthy, and happy.
Our Rotary District (5650) is joining with the District 5630 in Western Nebraska for a Virtual Food Drive supporting Food Bank for the Heartland.  Food insecurity is such a problem right now - not only because of the weather, but because of the pandemic.  This project will benefit families throughout Nebraska and western Iowa.  Double your impact! Our District is matching donations up to $12,000Click here to donate or read more below.
Our speaker for our meeting on February 2nd will be Stephanie Olson, CEO of the Set Me Free Project.  This is an amazing project based here in the Omaha since 2015; their mission is to bring preventative education to youth and families to stop trafficking before it starts. Find out more on their website at https://www.setmefreeproject.net/
IPDG Mick McKinley presented our club with a 2019-20 Rotary Citation Platinum on October 20th.  The achievement of goals set by the club earns a Rotary Citation.  The Citation with Presidential Distinction - Platinum level is the highest achievement level - only 3 clubs in our District achieved this additional distinction.  As Mick said when presenting this "Once again this proves that your small club can do really big things".
For the second year in a row, our club has been selected to received the Best Small Club International Service Project for our work on the Koutiala Women's and Children' Hospital in Mali.  
 
Our video was also featured at the District Conference in the morning session on Public Image, which drew kudos from around the District for both the project and the video. 
 
 
Club Information
Visit us!
Omaha Night

Not Your Grandpa's Rotary Club!

We meet In Person & Online
Tuesdays at 5:30 PM
Vincenzo's
15701 Pacific St.
Omaha, NE 68130
United States of America
1st, 3rd, and 5th Tuesdays of the Month, 5:30 pm
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