CLUB PRESIDENT 2016 - 2017
GOALS FOR THE NEW YEAR
Mark has a strong commitment to highlighting Club members. He is asking members to present programs at the noon meeting to make members aware of the many products, skills and talents of their fellow members. Any one wishing to present a program can contact Mark to schedule.
Mark plans to bring an awareness of the Club's history and highlight the Past Presidents and how their experiences are beneficial to the Club.
New Assistant District Governor Area 15
Area 15 inlcudes: Duluth Harbortown, Duluth Skyline, Superior, Superior Sunrise Centennial, Ashland
Club Executives & Directors
RI President Elect Ian H.S. Riseley
Here is a look ahead at the 2017-18 Rotary year. Rotary International President Elect Ian H.S. Riseley from Sandringham, Austrailia has chosen the new Rotary theme for his year as President. Here is your sneak peak at the colorful logo, Rotary: Making a Difference.
McClellan, Dr. Bob
SATURDAY WORK CREW
Wilberg and Clanaugh
David Clanaugh, the Executive Director of the Twin Ports Habitat for Humanity organization gets a helping hand from Rebecca Wilberg. David is a man of many talents. When he is not cooking for volunteers, fundraising, directing and informing you can see him pick up the tools and get to work on the building project.
Ben Damberg and a friend from the University Andreas Preisler, cut and put siding boards in place.
Meeting of the minds
Planning the next move is Paul Damberg, Ben Damberg, Andreas Preisler and Matt Rouse.
Measure twice, cut once!
Sarah Mayne and Krista Rouse
Getting it done, one board at a time
||The weather was a wash out for the Thursday crew. Friday and Saturday's crew of volunteers were able to enjoy the sunshine and warmer temperatures creating an environment to get about one-half of the house sided.|
||The volunteers work under the close supervision of the project manager, Jonathan. Matt Rouse and Sara Mayne team up to work on the north side of the building.|
||Matt and Sarah brought their Rotary Partners to help.|
Rotary Serving Humanity
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PROJECT
A few of the crew members of the Rotary Club of Superior on Thursday, April 21 providing SERVICE ABOVE SELF for the Habitat for Humanity Project at 1001 Nth 7th in Superior. Habitat for Humanity partners with the family who will live in this 1100 square foot, 3 bedroom home. The family must share in the sweat equity of building the home. The house will be inhabited by a grandmother raising her three grandchildren. The Rotary Club of Superior is proud to be a part of this special project!
An accurate start makes a great finish
Habitat for Humanity's Project Manager Jonathan over sees the project. Volunteers are both semi skilled and non skilled providing extra special care in getting the job done ....just right!
NAIL POLISHING & SOCCER BEFORE MOVING 1500 CONCRETE BLOCKS
This photo, taken by Sue Blank, illustrates the beauty of this tropical region. The volunteers are working during the daylight hours in temperatures of 90-100 degrees.
Q. Why do they go there? A. The smiles!
The photos taken in Guatemala were provided by several different sources. Most of the photos were taken by Superior Sunrise member Jerry Anderson and Dan Blank's Rotary partner, Sue Blank.
Monterrico Guatemala - The people The project
Work, work, work, work work....
in Guatemala on the school building project
More on the dedication of the Rotarian volunteers
Superior Rotary members, Dan Blank, Gayle Wahner and Warren Bender are part of a larger group currently working on a school building project in Guatemala.
NEW Attendance Manager
Club members, you can report meeting make-ups by clicking Sue's name in the Club Executive's list in the left hand column.
Four Way Test Essay Winner
President Mark presents the scholarship check to Nicole at the March 15 Rotary meeting. Nicole read her winning essay to the members. The writing highlighted how Nicole related the Rotary 4-Way Test to her high school basketball experience.
FEBRUARY New Member
Michelle Ruszat was inducted into the Club on February 1st . She is a Community Campaign Coordinator at the Head of the Lakes United Way. Warren Bender is Michelle's sponsor.