The Wheel for May 7, 2020
Listen to Robert Telles – Clark County Public Administrator
Robert Telles – Clark County Public Administrator
As Clark County Public Administrator, Rob Telles is an elected Officer entrusted to oversee the administration of the estates of persons deceased in Clark County who have no qualified person willing or able to administer. Mr. Telles was elected as Public Administrator and assumed the duties of this office on January 7, 2019.
Prior to his election to the office of the Clark County Public Administrator, Rob was the principal and founder at Accolade Law, a probate and estate planning law firm. Given Rob’s desire to make a greater difference in the community, Rob chose the opportunity to run for the office of the Public Administrator when the incumbent elected official chose to retire. Rob’s experience at Accolade Law gave Rob the qualifications that allowed him to hit the ground running when he entered into his office as the Clark County Public Administrator.
Rob has increased the efficiency of the office through new policies and procedures. Rob has furthered the mission of the office by speeding up the locating of family and the administration of estates. While the Public Administrator’s Office has been reduced to a minimum staff during the coronavirus pandemic response, the Public Administrator’s office has been able to continue safeguarding property for families.
After work and on the weekends, Rob enjoys spending his time with his family, his wonderful wife of nearly ten years and his three mostly well behaved children.
Message From The President
Acts of Kindness
Headlines from the RJ
300 people join parade to say thanks to physicians and nurses
Veterans and volunteers serve meals, give groceries
Las Vegas groups donate kits, $1M during coronavirus crisis
Salvation Army donates 4,000 pandemic kits
Radio Station gives free 30-second spot to local businesses
Free McDonalds for health care workers, first responders
70-year-old woman sews 500 masks for Las Vegans
Boulder City boutique owner offers free self-care kits for essential workers
Henderson kids make hundreds of cards for hospital workers
Restaurant owner gives 50 meals a day to hungry Las Vegans
Free dinners for first responders
Ordinary Las Vegans doing extraordinary things……Acts of Kindness while we wait….
Las Vegas Rotary Club
Scribe – April 30, 2020
Las Vegas Rotary Club Meeting: April 30, 2020
- President Jackie Thornhill called the meeting to order via Facebook/Zoom Live Stream event.
- Tina Bishop gave the invocation.
- Kirk Holmes was Sergeant at Arms.
- President Jackie Thornhill played the Army Anthem and led the Pledge of Allegiance.
- President Jackie Thornhill announcements/reminders:
- Your quarterly and monthly contributions help fund programs to keep our projects moving. Please consider donating to the permanent fund. Consider becoming a Tiberti Fellow if you are not one already.
- Please use the QR code in the green book to sign up for events online.
- People of Action Campaign is still live. If you have photos, please continue to send them to President Jackie Thornhill.
- Lawry’s will remain closed until per mandate. They are do have pick up available. Order online and you can use your Lawry’s Bucks.
- Foundation matching still in effect, take advantage of it to get to the next level.
- LV Metro is still in need of hand sanitizer.
- There is a spot or two in the upcoming Wheels for a virtual craft talk. Please send Jackie your headshot, logo and up to 250 words describing what you do professionally.
- President Jackie Thornhill prerecorded a segment on the Morning Blend airing Monday May 4th on Channel 13 between 9-10 AM.
- Dan Adamson announced Jason Buckley has become a Tiberti Scholar with his donation of $1,000.
- PE Richard Jost discussed the importance of updating your giving selections for the upcoming year with a focus on the International Foundation. Anything more than zero helps. The need will be greater this year due to the pandemic. Committee positions are available.
- Carolyn Sparks introduced our Guest Speaker Carly Scholten, Chief Operating Officer for the Animal Foundation. The Animal Foundation was started in 1978 as a low cost spay and neuter clinic. In 2019 they were able to save more than 24,000 animals. Their initiative Mission Possible 2020 is making great headway with a goal of saving ALL healthy and treatable animals that are brought into the shelter. Innovative programs such as Community Cats, Keptt Pets, and Foster to Adopt has helped them make great strides since 2011 with intakes down 39%, positive placements up 44% and euthanasia down 89%. If you are interested in adopting, please view the available animals online at animalfoundation.com and make an appointment to come visit.
- President Jackie Thornhill adjourned the meeting.