Thank you for visiting our Virtual Field of Honor®

For the past two years, the Rotary Club of Green Valley, in partnership with the City of Henderson and USO – Las Vegas, has sponsored a very special event.  Each Memorial Day weekend, a breathtaking display of 1000 full-size American flags, each representing a “hero”, flew throughout Cornerstone Park in Henderson. It was a fitting way to show the community how fortunate we are to live and work here.  Memorial Day weekend 2020 would have been the third year that we would present the Field of Honor®.

Unfortunately, the city has closed all parks until further notice, so our club is instead presenting a Virtual Field of Honor® this year. As a service organization, we recognize that countless heroes in our lives often fail to receive the recognition they deserve.  Especially now, with the Covid-19 virus shutting down our local community and the entire world, there are countless heroes that deserve to be recognized.

In the past, we have focused on military, first responders, and the victims of the 1 October shooting.  This year, in light of the pandemic, we will also recognize paramedics, nurses, doctors, truck drivers, grocery store workers, delivery drivers, teachers, hospitals, our neighbors and the many other heroes who have stepped forward to help.

Despite the park closure, we still wish to honor our heroes and we will present the Virtual Field of Honor® on this Rotary Club website for a full year. For each flag sold to honor a hero, the information for that hero will be posted online May 2020 – May 2021.

Then, on Memorial Day weekend 2021, a live Field of Honor® will once again take place at Cornerstone Park and we will recognize your hero among the 1,000 3’ x 5’ flags displayed identifying each of these individuals or groups. After the 2021 Field of Honor®, your hero will receive the flag flown in their Honor.

Please join us this year to honor those who have risked themselves to keep us safe.

PDG Larry Skaggs
Chair, Field of Honor®

 

Julie Todd, Immediate Past President
Rotary Club of Green Valley

Honor Your Heroes

Veteran, First Responder, Friend, Family Member

A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors 2020

Liberty Sponsor

Victory Sponsor

Honor Sponsor

Jackie & Ron Carroll

Robert & Sandy Ellis

Guardian Sponsor

 The Honorable Susan Johnson, City of Henderson Mayor Debra March, Senior Health Plan Consultants, LLC,

Janet Pancoast, Christine Smith

Independence Sponsor

Frey Insurance & Benefits, Loren Kiner, William LaBord

Champion Sponsor

Robert Ansara, Sheldon & Carol Mittman, Bob Hulshouser, Christine Duke

Weekly Virtual Meeting

 CLUB HAPPENINGS

Welcome to Green Valley Rotary

The Rotary Club of Green Valley is an award-winning club and the 2019 winner of the coveted District 5300 Governor’s Bell. We are a group of action-oriented professionals dedicated to serving the youth and veterans in our community. “Together Rotary Connects the World: us to our members; our members to the community and beyond.”

We meet on Thursday mornings at 7 a.m. at Wildhorse Golf Club in Henderson. For those who cannot join us early on Thursday mornings, we offer an alternative meeting program (AMP) which meets the second Thursday of the month at 5:30 p.m. at varying locations in the Henderson/Green Valley area.

We invite you to a meeting to get to know us or to learn more about membership contact:

Delinda Crampton
Membership Chair
Contact email

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Julie was an awesome President! She gave her role her all, each and every day. It was a fun, informative and heavy service to the community year. So proud of our club and our leadership. Thank you Julie for everything you did for us this year. You are so appreciated!!!

Looking forward for next year!

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