Join us  the month of February for our Influencer Series of Speakers,  where 4 leaders give their perspectives on leadership in their respective professions.  Learn valuable lessons for your career and personal life. 
Members of the public  are welcome to join us  promptly at 7:00 am each Wednesday in February for a hot buffet breakfast at no charge, and  to hear our special speaker tell us their inspiring story.
See the list of speakers on the right side of this main page.  You can also download the PDF of the descriptive flier to see more detail about the presentations.
We do ask that you register.  You can register by going to our Facebook page and just clicking the box "Going" for the specific date you wish.   (See the above feed for our Rotary Club of Chanhassen Facebook page).  Or you can  call Carol Lee at 952-240-7172, and leave a message with your name and the specific date you want.
Feb. 7.  Award winning author, Patrick “Packy” Mader  kicks off the series with a  dynamic & humorous discussion of  his newest book "Minnesota Gold".  This collection of fifty-seven biographies celebrates the lives, stories, challenges, and achievements of Minnesota athletes competing on the world stage.
Feb. 14.  Tina Rexing founder of T-Rex Cookies,  left a successful career in corporate America to find her passion and to prioritize her own personal happiness. With help from Kickstarter, grass root support and hard work, she now runs a flourishing business in Minnesota.
Feb. 21.  Randy Sampson has been the President, CEO and General Manager of Canterbury Park since its inception in 1994. Under Randy’s leadership, the struggling Canterbury Park racetrack was successfully resuscitated, and  has since developed into a successful gaming and entertainment venue employing over 1,000 people during peak live racing season.
Feb. 28.  Keith Lokkesmoe is the Executive Director of Trafficking Justice,  a local organization fighting against sexual exploitation and sex trafficking.  Llearn about the driving forces behind exploitation of vulnerable children and adults, what is being done to stop it, and how you can help