Welcome to the Rotary Club of Mammoth Lakes

Second and Fourth Thursday of the Month at Noon
Mammoth Lakes Foundation
100 College Parkway
Mammoth Lakes, CA  93546
United States
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The Rotary Club of Mammoth Lakes is hosting its 10th Annual No Limit Hold'em Poker Tournament on April 4th, 2019 at 6 p.m at LAKANUKI, in the Village.
$100.00 By-In = $6,000 in Chips
$50.00 Add-on = $6,000 in Chips
Re-Buys during play until the 4th Round: $25.00 = $2,000 in Chips
when your Chip count falls below $1,000
 
This charity event is for a worthwhile cause. Most of the proceeds raised is for our Mammoth High School Senior Scholarship Program, which provides FREE TUITION for the selected student who attends Cerro Coso College and attains an AA Degree and FREE TUITION for his/her Junior and Senior years at any University of California or any California State University or University of Nevada, Reno school.
 
Your participation is a true gift and the Tournament is a lot of fun. Good food and drinks
 
REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS
 
1. Registration at LAKANUKI starts at 5:00 pm on April 4th, 2019
 
2. To Register on-line and pay by credit card, please click here
 or at the link in UpComing Events at top of the right hand column of this page.
 
3. To register over the phone, please call
 
Mike Bornfeld at 760-934-1688 or
Gary Sill at 661-478-3803
 
GREAT PRIZES FOR THE FINAL TABLE
 
SIERRA STAR GOLF 2019 PASS
MAMMOTH & JUNE MOUNTAIN 2019/2020 SEASON PASS
SNOWCREEK GOLF 2019 PASS
SNOWCREEK ATHLETIC CLUB 6 MONTH MENBERSHIP
WESTIN (1) NIGHT STAY & DINNER FOR (2) AT WHITE BARK
SIERRA NEVADA INN (1) NIGHT STAY & DINNER FOR (2) AT JIMMY'S
CONVICT LAKE RESORT (1) NIGHT STAY & $100.00 RESORT CERTIFICATE
ALPINHOF LODGE (1) NIGHT STAY, DINNER FOR (2) AT PETRA'S
BLUESAPALOOZA 2019 (2) VIP EARLY ENTRY PASSES
DINNER FOR (2) AT BRASSERIE & (2) GAMES OF BOWLING
DINNER FOR (2) AT NEVADOS
 
 
Luan Mendel presents the Paul Harris Award to first time recipient Sheryl Saari.
Mr. Mike Hammers' Mammoth High School Choir serenaded us today at the Rotary luncheon.
Jeremy Goico, owner of Black Tie Ski Rental Delivery, made a very interesting presentation to our Club about his business and his management style to provide a high level of customer service to local and visiting skiers and boarders in Mammoth Lakes. Jeremy was also Past President of the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce.
Luan Mendel presents the Paul Harris Award to first time recipients Dave Easterby and Jim Clark
The Master Craftsmen - First Lego League team, comprised of 4 students from Mammoth Unified School District, made a presentation to our Club about their development projects and their recent success in winning first place in a robot building & demonstration competition in Reno, NV. The team also showed us a demonstration of how their virtual reality tool could be used to assist astronauts to maintain physical and mental health while on board the International Space Station (ISS).
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Above are Owen Call, Jude Howell, Jack Leonard and Wade Perry and the display they used in their winning presentation.
Our Rotary Club presented to the Master Craftsmen – First Lego League team a check for $1,000 to help them continue with their development programs and future field trips and competitions.
Presenting the check is President Luan Mendel together with coaches and mothers Drea Perry, Cara Leonard, and Elise Howell.
 
 
 
 
Lunch Meetings
Tanya Bekandam
Mar 28, 2019 12:00 PM
Starbucks Manager / Leadership
Mike Bornfeld
Apr 04, 2019 5:00 PM
Poker Tournament @ Lakanuki
Dennis Brown
Apr 11, 2019 12:00 PM
Craft Talk - China Trip
Luan Mendel
Apr 11, 2019 5:30 PM
Board Meeting
 
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