Speaker Date Topic
Cindy Amoroso Aug 27, 2018
Superintendent of Schools for District 191
NO MEETING Sep 03, 2018
Labor Day - NO MEETING
Jackson Becker Sep 10, 2018
Rotary Recycling

You’ve probably heard the old phrase “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle,” but what does it really mean? From reducing food waste to reusing household goods, Burnsville Recycling Coordinator Jackson Becker will break down how to implement the “Three R’s” into your life and answer any other lingering questions you may have about what can and cannot be recycled.

Jack Kolb-Williams Sep 17, 2018
The Garage

As a music educator and performer, Jack Kolb-Williams has spent the last 14 years composing, developing curricula, leading ensembles, and teaching students of all ages. He has been with THE GARAGE since 2012 and in 2014 founded Catalyst Music which is the nonprofit that has taken over operational control of the music venue and recording studio.

 

THE GARAGE is an all-ages, alcohol-free music venue and recording studio operated by the 501c3 nonprofit Twin Cities Catalyst Music. In addition to shows featuring local, national, and international artists, THE GARAGE is a community space focused on providing meaningful opportunities for young people living in Burnsville to see, experience, and participate in the music with which they identify.

Enock S. Ugulumu Sep 24, 2018
Iringa Hope

Enock Ugulumu is currently serving as Deputy Vice Chancellor for Resource Management at the University of Iringa. Enock also has worked as the Director of the Community’s Micro-finance Strengthening Organization (CMSO) –the education and training organization for Iringa Hope - for the past ten years. His business/financial management background and focus on community development has led him to a number of community leadership and consultancy roles. He brings to his work at the CMSO over twenty years of experience in community development projects in Tanzania.  As the Director of the CMSO, he has overseen the expansion of its micro finance operations from its initial location to 31 registered locations serving over 150 villages, providing services to 20,000 people.  Enock lives in the town of Iringa, Tanzania with his wife and two sons.  He is a member of his local Rotary club in Iringa. Enock received his academic studies from Daystar University in Kenya, the University of Natal in South Africa, the Maastricht School of Management in the Netherlands and the Open University of Tanzania.