Contributions Committee Meeting
Orion Technologies Inc.Oct 25, 2016 5:30 PM
Board of Directors Meeting
First Independent BankOct 27, 2016 5:30 PM
Battle Born Mad Money Raffle 2016!
Great Basin BreweryOct 29, 2016 6:00 PM
Social Committee Meeting
Orion Technologies Inc.Nov 10, 2016 5:30 PM
Area 8 Foundation Dinner
TBDNov 15, 2016 6:00 PM
After graduating from law school, Mr. Hartman served for 13 years as Legal Counsel and Vice-President-Administration of Up-Right, Inc., a Berkeley, California-based international manufacture of work platforms and grape harvesting equipment. During that time, he was a member of the Berkeley Rotary Club as well a director of the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce and Alameda County Taxpayers' Association.
Beginning in 1992, Mr. Hartman had a 23 year association with the law firm of Glaspy & Glaspy in Walnut Creek, California where he specialized in civil litigation on behalf of defendants. Jim and his wife Mary retired in 2013 from full time employment and relocated from the Bay Area for long contemplated retirement in Genoa.
Mark Sterbens will provide an overview of the Marnell Gaming LLC acquisition of the Nugget earlier this year along with current and future plans for the property.
Mark is a native of Las Vegas and graduated from Bishop Gorman High School in 1991 and from Pepperdine University in California in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree from the Graziado School of Business.
Mark has worked for many major casinos in Las Vegas including the Rivera, the Rio, MGM Grand, the Luxor and the Mirage. In 2002 he was named Director of Marketing for Herbst Gaming and served in that capacity through 2008 with the responsibility to market eight properties in three states—five in Nevada, two in Missouri and one in Iowa.
Mark joined Marnell Gaming in January 2009 as Vice President of Marketing for Colorado Belle and Edgewater Casino Resorts in Laughlin, Nevada. During his tenure he was promoted to VP of Casino Operations and Food & Beverage operations and in August 2013 to Assistant General Manager. Mark has been responsible for marketing and management of massive departments at both properties, building teams to manage gaming, food & beverage, marketing and entertainment. He has instituted a number of programs designed to improve efficiencies, reduce expenses, update technology and recognize and promote staff internally.
Over the course of his tenure in Laughlin, Mark has been instrumental in supervising the construction and operation of the two most successful new entertainment venues in Laughlin, the Edgewater E Center and the outdoor multi-purpose 10,000 seat Laughlin Event Center. The two venues have brought headline entertainment to Laughlin and generated millions of dollars in revenue citywide.
District Governor John Sullivan will share his vision and goals for District 5190 during the 2016/17 Rotary year. The district's theme this year is "STARS" - Striving Together to Achieve Results.
Steve Cerocke, President of IQ Technology Solutions, will discuss the challenges and opportunities for Reno/Sparks employers as new companies compete for talent and our area continues to grow economically.
IQ Technology Solutions is a Nevada based company with headquarters in Reno and a branch office in Las Vegas. They focus on outsourced IT management and technology infrastructure services using a mature Managed Service Provider (MSP) model that provides organizations with increased reliability for critical IT resources, and increased productivity for staff. They do this by positioning an industry standard IT service management framework coupled with the latest technology automation services and a dedicated team of industry professionals.
Steve founded IQ Technology Solutions in 1993 with the goal of providing professional technical services and IT resources to business, government and educational organizations. As a native Nevadan Steve grew up in Carson City, attended the University of Nevada Reno and is married to Diane, his wife of 35 years. Steve’s background includes 29 years in IT as well as founding and running 2 other businesses including a franchise IT training organization that was successfully started and sold. Steve is a regular contributor to the Reno Gazette Journal, donates time to several non-profit boards and committees and is on the Board of Directors for the Reno Chamber of Commerce.