CLUB PRESIDENT 2017-18

Dan Diamon

Dan's goals for the year mirror the ideas and values of District Governor Debra Warner.  During a presentation Deb made 3 major points.  Work on the Rotary's Public Image"tell our story", striving to keep the Foundation in the forefront and to continue to invite people to join Rotary. Dan wants to ask our members "Why Rotary?" His own answer is because of the "impact to lives down the street and across the world".  Dan also asks,"What is your passion?"
 
 
 
 
ROD CAMPBELL
February 7, 1925 - February 1, 2018
Rod Campbell began his journey as a Rotarian on February 26, 1964. Fifty-four years ago Keith Jensen sponsored the businessman into the Club. Rod was the Club's President when the weekly meetings were held at the Androy Hotel.  He was well known in the community for his generosity.  Rod's work with the UW-Superior Foundation and The Bong Heritage Center are a couple of examples. His philanthropic nature extended to the Paul Harris Foundation where he achieved a Paul Harris Fellowship +8.
 
Assistant District Governor Area 15

Warren Bender 

 Area 15 inlcudes: Duluth Harbortown, Duluth Skyline, Superior, Superior Sunrise Centennial, Ashland
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
President Nominee
Past President
Treasurer
Secretary
Community Service
Vocational Service
Club Service
Membership
Public Relations
Foundation Chair
Newsletter Editor
Attendance Manager
 
 
Meeting Responsibilities
GREETER
February 2018
Raymond, Julianne
 
INVOCATION
February Invocation
 
FELLOWSHIP
February 2018
Tracy, Tony
 
 
Club Information

ROTARY CLUB OF SUPERIOR  Chartered in 1912

First Rotary Club in Wisconsin - The 40th established in the world

We meet Wednesdays at 11:45 AM
Barker's Island Inn
300 Marina Drive
Superior, WI  54880
United States
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Programs that capture your interest!

K-9 Enforcer

Captivating Programs are presented week after week at the Superior Rotary Club. On February 7th Robbin Champaine from the Amsoil Northland K-9 Law Enforcement Foundation gave a presentation on the 14 K-9 Units in the area. Officer Nicholas Eastman and Marik were on hand for a demonstration of the  skilled 4 legged enforcer. Marik lives with his handler Officer Eastman . The dog's training includes criminal apprehension, tracking suspects and missing persons, evidence recovery, handler protection and narcotics detection.
 
Craft Beer & Wine Event Proceeds Distributed

WITC Dreamkeepers®

Craft Beer & Wine Tasting Co-chairs Linda Cadotte and Marnie Christensen presented Bonny Copenhaver, WITC Administrator  (middle), a check for $3,510.00 for the Dreamkeepers® Program. Dreamkeepers® is an emergency fund to help students that are having financial shortages that would prevent them from fulfilling their dream of an education.  The Rotary Club of Superior specifically earmark the donation to go to non-traditional students. 
 

2nd Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank

Marnie Christensen and Linda Cadotte are pictured with Katie Hagglund, the Marketing & Special Events Coordinator of Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank. The donation of $8,1090.00 will add thousands of meals to the 127,000 meals that the Club has already provided to the community. 
 
Members of the Craft Beer & Wine Tasting Committee were recognized for their dedication and work to achieve fundraising success. Club members were also thanked as it takes the effort of everyone. In addition to the WITC Dreamkeepers and the Second Harvest Northern Lake Food Bank ten percent of the proceeds are budgeted to the Club's International Projects.
 
LSDBF New Leadership

Joe Radtke

 
Joe Radtke has been named the new Chair of the Executive Committee of the Lake Superior Dragon Boat Festival. He has been very involved in the event since in inception 16 years ago. Joe has been meeting with City and Chamber of Commerce leadership to find ways to advance the event.  Thank you Joe!

Alan Rock

 
Alan Rock has stepped down as the Chair of the Executive Committee of the Lake Superior Dragon Boat Festival. The three sponsoring Clubs, Harbortown, Superior Sunrise and the Rotary Club of Superior owe a debt of gratitude for the 16 years of service to the LSDBF. Although Alan has removed himself from this position he  is still committed  to the preparation and execution of the festival and the largest Dragon Boat Race in the Midwest.
 
 
WHITE ELEPHANT GIFT EXCHANGE

 

The annual Holiday Party ended with the  White Elephant Gift Exchange. It took on a new twist this year when Tylor Elm decided he would like to donate the pants to his Holiday suit. President Elect Kelly Peterson won the pants and is modeling them with Tylor. Gifts of all sorts including some liquid items were part of the exchange. Laughter was a huge part of the evening event!
 
MEMBERS RING THE SALVATION ARMY BELLS

SCHOECHERT & LINGS

 
Hannah Schoechert and Robyn Lings dedicated a portion of their Saturday to fundraising for THE SALVATION ARMY by ringing kettle bells December 16. The Rotary Club of Superior filled three days of volunteer slots to feed families in need this Holiday Season. 
 
GOVERNOR DEB WARNER'S CLUB VISIT

D.G. WARNER & PRESIDENT DIAMON

 
District Governor Deb Warner and her husband Ed Williams visited the Rotary Club of Superior on December 6. During that visit she reminded the members that RI is encouraging Rotary Clubs to help preserve the environment by planting trees. Deb presented Club President Dan Diamon with a sapling hoping the Club will plant a tree for each member of the Club. Deb's other messages also included the need to have every member "intentionally look for new members".
 
 
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Attendance Manager

Sue Heskin

 
Club members, you can report meeting make-ups by clicking Sue's name in the Club Executive's list in the left hand column.
 
4 WAY TEST ESSAY SCHOLARSHIP WINNER

Kate Lisak

 
President Dan presented Kate Lisak, a senior at the Superior High School , with a $1,500 check for winning the 4-Way Test Essay Contest. Kate's writing was a correlation between the 4 Way Test of the things as Rotarians we think, say and do and her project that won her the Gold Achievement Award in Scouting. 
 
Speakers
Carl Crawford
Feb 21, 2018
Human Rights Director
Tracy Heneger
Feb 28, 2018
Adverse Childhood Experiences
Steve Panger, Fire Chief
Mar 07, 2018
New Headquarters
Linda Cadotte Superior Park & Rec Director
Mar 21, 2018
Barker's Island Beach Restoration
Tim Nelson
Mar 28, 2018
Earth Rider Brewery & Craft Beer
Chris Stenberg
Apr 04, 2018
Superior YMCA
Deanna Erickson Edu. Coordinator
Apr 18, 2018
Lake Superior Estuarium Programing
Peter Eng
Apr 25, 2018
Prisoners of the Duluth Fed.Prison tell their story
Candy & Dick Adams
May 16, 2018
Alaskan Travels
 
Achievements beyond Rotary

JULIANNE RAYMOND

 
Julianne Raymond was voted by her UW- Superior peers to receive the title Director Emeritus, Small Business Development. She retired from the University in 2014, after 14 years of service in the University's Small Business Development Center.

TAYLOR PEDERSEN

After six months as the Interim leader of the community's primary business organization, Taylor Pedersen has been named President / C.E.O. of The Chamber of Superior and Douglas County. Congratulations Taylor!

 

 
 
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DECEMBER 2017 - NEW MEMBER

JIM PETRUGA

 
Jim Petruga, the Sales Manager at Northern Engineering, was inducted into the Club on December 13. His sponsor is James Farkas.   
 

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