Rotary 14 is ONLINE for health reasons

Lincoln’s Downtown Rotary Club, also known as Rotary 14, announces that meetings during the remainder of March will be conducted online. The Club’s Board made the decision to protect the health of the members and switch to an online format during March. “We enjoy our weekly gatherings, and we all enjoy our thought provoking programs” noted Club President Mailani Veney, “so we’ve made the decision to meet virtually for the next three Tuesdays.”

Rotary 14 is meeting online on the Zoom conferencing service. Please click here to join the meeting:


NOTE: The link to Facebook is NOT working, click on the link above to connect. A few participation suggestions:


1.     You will be automatically muted when you join the meeting

2.     If President Mailani asks you to make a comment, unmute yourself by clicking (or touching) the microphone icon.

3.     Remember, we can all see you, so try not to disrupt the meeting with the video from your computer or telephone. Please don’t carry your phone around or jiggle your laptop. (you can mute your camera by clicking on the monitor icon.

4.     Use the “Chat” function to ask questions. Click on “Chat” at the bottom of your screen.

Since Rotary 14 is so much more than weekly meetings, the Board also discussed the many service projects Club members undertake. Those projects involving schools have been called off due to restrictions on outside visitors, serving meals at The Gathering Place will be determined by that organization and hosting outstanding high school students will be delayed until the Club meets in person again. The Board has agreed to meet virtually on a weekly basis to determine how to handle scheduled activities in April and May.