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?"
 
 
 
 
New 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
International Service
Club Service
Membership
Public Relations
Foundation Chair
Attendance Manager
 
 
Meeting Responsibilities
GREETER
June 2017
Zander, Sandie
 
July 2017
Zander, Sandie
 
August 2017
Webb, David
 
September 2017
Schoechert, Hannah
 
October 2017
Flaherty, Rick
 
December 2017
Wilberg, Rebecca
 
February 2017
Raymond, Julianne
 
INVOCATION
June 2017
Carmack, Bob
 
July 2017
Wilberg, Rebecca
 
August 2017
Bender, Warren
 
September 2017
Clanaugh, David
 
October 2017
Rogers, Earl
 
November 2017
Biga, Jan
 
December 2017
Lohse, John
 
FELLOWSHIP
June 2017
Leuthner, Brian
 
July 2017
Lings, Robyn
 
October 2017
Harris, Tuula
 
November 2017
McClellan, Dr. Bob
 
January 2018
Johnson, Charlie
 
February 2018
Tracy, Tony
 
 
Club Information

The 40th Club Established - Chartered in 1912

First Rotary Club in Wisconsin

We meet Wednesdays at 11:45 AM
Barker's Island Inn
300 Marina Drive
Superior, WI  54880
United States
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LSDBF Captain's Appreciation event

 

The Annual Captain's Appreciation event was held in the Barker's Island ballroom on July 12. Pictured here are the super heros of the Lake Superior Community Health Team and our Dragon Boat Co-chairs Kelly Peterson and Heather Salfer. 
 
HONORING MARK CONNOLLY - OFFICER'S DINNER

The celebration of the  Mark Connolly Presidency 2016-17 took place on June 28 at the Epic Restaurant. Pictured here is (front) Cami Diamon and Judy Connolly with President Dan and Past President Mark.   A few of last year's accomplishments were outlined during the evening's event such as; the establishment of a Youth Protection Policy, creating a Corporate Membership, encouraging members to present programs to the Club or find programs of firms or organizations that they have association. Mark also talked about the "health of the Rotary Club of Superior". The Club hovers at the 100 member mark and is known for it's friendly welcoming members. The Club also has an outstanding record of generosity with Foundation contributions. Kudos were given to Foundation Chair Bob McClellan.  Mark presented a special pin to Warren Bender for his remarkable work with membership recruitment. He gave two  "Quiet Rotarian Awards", one to Jan Biga for her work with Programs and David Clanaugh for bringing us forward with the Habitat for Humanity project.
 
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TREE DEDICATED TO CLUB

June 

 
Kent Oliver (far right) President of Oliver properties and member of the Skyline Rotary donated several trees to the City of Superior. The trees have been planted along HWY 2 in front of the  entrance to Barker's Island. One of the trees is dedicated to all area Rotary Clubs and one is specifically dedicated to the Rotary Club of Superior. Pictured left to right is Bob MacLean, Harbortown Rotary, Mark Connolly, Linda Cadotte, Superior Parks & Recreation Director and Superior Mayor Jim Paine. Mark, Linda and Jim are all members of the Superior Rotary Club.
 
INTERACT CLUB

Interact President, Creede McClellan

Creede McClellan gave an update of the Interact Club's activities at the May 17th meeting. The Interact Club is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Superior.
 
Here is a list of some of the service projects completed during the 2016-17 school year.
  • Socktober - New socks were collected and donated to the Center Against Sexual & Domestic Abuse
  • Adopted 2 families - Providing holiday gifts through the Salvation Army
  • Salvation Army Red Kettle Bell Ringing 
  • Giving Tree - Collecting scarves, hats and mittens that were distributed at two of the Superior elementary schools
  • Buy A Heart, Give A Heart - Selling candy hearts to donate to the Children's Heart Foundation
  • Floats for Goats - Selling root beer floats to fund goats and chickens to provide food for people in third world countries.
Creede also commented on the enthusiasm for the R.Y.L.A. Camp. There will be 10 students attending R.Y.L.A. from Superior, 5 are being sponsored by the Rotary Club of Superior.
 
 
Third Grade Chess Club

Rotarian James Farkas teaches life lessons through chess

Nineteen 3rd grade students from the Great Lakes Elementary visited the Rotary Club of Superior on May 17 to share their knowledge of the game of chess. James Farkas spends time each week at the school to help the students understand the chess pieces and the moves they are allowed to make with them. 
The classes' teacher Mary Johnson-Garay along with James and the students sported the club's tee shirts designed by James. Every student treated the Rotarians with a descriptive chess piece presentation, some with clever lines such as "Once up-pawn a time...."
 
The Rotary Club of Superior provided the chess sets for the school. 
 
 
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. 
 
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!
 
Monterrico Guatemala - The people The project
 
Guatemala 2017

 

 
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. 
 
 
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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.
 
Speakers
Stacey Anderson & Laura Borud
Aug 02, 2017
'Just Kids Dental'
Darrick Leelo
Aug 09, 2017
Federal Prison Camp
Kelly Peterson
Aug 16, 2017
Lake Superior Dragon Boat Festival
Stephanie King
Aug 23, 2017
Wisconsin DOT - Belknap St. Project
Crystal Shoeder
Aug 30, 2017
Workforce Resources:We & FSET Programs
Marnie Christensen & Linda Cadotte
Sep 06, 2017
Craft Beer & Wine Tasting Event
Rebecca Peterson Exec Dir.
Sep 20, 2017
Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra
TBA
Nov 01, 2017
Foundation overview
Bob McClellan
Nov 15, 2017
FOUNDATION DRIVE
HOLIDAY PARTY NO NOON MEETING
Dec 20, 2017
At Barker's Island
 
Achievements beyond Rotary

Taylor Pedersen

 
Taylor Pedersen has been named the Interim Director CEO of the The Chamber of Superior - Douglas County. 

Tylor Elm

Tylor has been appointed to the Superior City Council. He is already hitting the road running and loving his new responsibilities.
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JULY 2017 - NEW MEMBERS

Nicole Michalski

 
Nicole Michalski was inducted into the Club on July 5. She has a degree in Marketing/ Business Administration. Her sponsor is Warren Bender

Cindy Michalski

 
Cynthia Michalski has retired from Douglas County she was the Deputy County Treasurer. Cindy was inducted into the Club on July 5. Her sponsor is Warren Bender.
 
Four Way Test Essay Winner

Nicole Hendry

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.
 

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