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Rotary donates to Veterans Guest House
by Tribune Staff
Jan 15, 2012 | 782 views | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Courtesy Photo - Rotary Club of Reno Centennial Sunset President Rick Lierman (right) presents $500 check to Veterans Guest House Chief Operating Officer Noreen Leary.
Courtesy Photo - Rotary Club of Reno Centennial Sunset President Rick Lierman (right) presents $500 check to Veterans Guest House Chief Operating Officer Noreen Leary.
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RENO — The Rotary Club of Reno Centennial Sunset has made a $500 donation to the Veteran’s Guest House to help with the facility’s expansion.

The Veterans Guest House recently opened a second complete facility with six additional bedrooms, a kitchen, living room and laundry.

“The Rotary Club of Reno Centennial Sunset has had an ongoing relationship with the Veterans Guest House and this contribution continues that tradition,” said club President Rick Lierman.

The club chartered in October 2004 and has taken on projects to benefit the Mariposa Academy, Bailey Charter School, The Ridge House and the Food Bank of Northern Nevada. Club members also volunteer as facilitators in the Choices program at Damonte Ranch High School. International projects have been taken on by the club in Mexico and Chile.

The Rotary Club of Reno Centennial Sunset meets at 6 p.m. Tuesdays at the Tamarack Junction on South Virginia in Reno. For more information, visit www.rcsrotary.org.

The Veterans Guest House provides United States military service veterans and their families temporary accommodations while receiving treatment at medical facilities in the Reno/Sparks area. The majority of guests receive treatment at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, which serves veterans in a 100,000-square-mile area, from Bishop to Auburn, Elko and Ely. The Veterans Guest House is located at 880 Locust St. in Reno.
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