1943-1944

President Fed O’Donnell

In 1943, Fred O’Donnell, of the Rancho Grande Creamery, served as president. It was under Wengert’s term in 1942 that the Rotary Club built a number of Boy Scout huts that were constructed in the park behind the post office, that has now become Squires Park.  It was also during this time that a large fireplace was constructed in the recreational building at the Lee Canyon Scout Camp, which boys and girls used alternately during the summer months in their camping programs.

The Las Vegas Rotary Foundation, Inc. (“LVRF”) is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State and qualified by the Internal Revenue Services as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN: 88-0403571). Established in 1998, LVRF supports the Las Vegas Rotary Club. Las Vegas Rotary’s mission is “teaching youth to succeed through literacy, education & life skills development.” Your charitable contribution to LVRF is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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