Speaker Date Topic
Rick Verthein Jul 29, 2019
Baird - 100 Years

Baird turns 100 this year.   Learn about the impact Baird has made on the community.

Filled - Per Pete Bacon Aug 05, 2019
Mona Theobald, Vice Chair, Board of Directors Aug 12, 2019
Kathy's House
Kathy's House
Kathy's House is a hospital guest house committed to providing affordable lodging and caring support in a "home away from home" environment for patients and their families who need to travel to Milwaukee for medical care.  A vital resource in the Milwaukee health care community, Kathy's House is the only hospital guest house in the area that serves patients of all ages and their caregivers and serves all the hospitals in Milwaukee. Any patient receiving outpatient treatment at a Milwaukee area hospital, along with their caregiver(s), is eligible to become a guest at Kathy’s House. Caregivers of patients in a Milwaukee area hospital are also eligible.
DG Steen Sanderhoff Aug 19, 2019
Annual DG Club Visit
MEMBER TALKS Aug 26, 2019
NO MEETING Sep 02, 2019
OPEN Sep 09, 2019
Kurt Janavits Sep 16, 2019
Medical College of Wisconsin: Impact on the Vitality of Our Region

Kurt is a fellow Rotarian – he is a member of the Rotary Club of Milwaukee — and excited about the opportunity to visit other clubs. Kurt has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare finance, strategy, operations and marketing. Before joining MCW in 2017, he served as the CEO of the Health Network of Wisconsin (IHN), and held vice president positions at 21st Century Oncology, Assurant Health and UnitedHealth Group. In 2016, the Milwaukee Business Journal named him one of 16 area business executives to watch.

OKTOBERFEST Sep 23, 2019
Thomas H. Fehring, P.E. Sep 30, 2019
Magnificent Machines

The Magnificent Machines of Milwaukee tells the story of innovation and enterprise creation in Milwaukee during the Century of Progress—the hundred years following the US Civil War. It was a remarkable era—Milwaukee was one of the principal centers of industrial innovation in the United States and became known as “the Machine Shop of the World.”  
As the name of the book implies, the book features the incredible machines built in the Milwaukee area during this period. In the process, it highlights the innovators who created these machines and summarizes the history of the numerous companies that helped the greater Milwaukee area achieve prominence in industrial design and manufacturing.  
In telling the story of Milwaukee’s industrial history, the book summarizes individual stories of over seventy early Milwaukee-area companies and discusses the significant machines designed by their engineers. Richly illustrated, the book contains hundreds of photographs and drawings to help tell the story of industrial Milwaukee.  

Thomas Fehring, history and heritage chairman for the American Society for Mechanical Engineers, wrote the book. It is available for sale at the Milwaukee County Historical Society, and through Amazon.com and CreateSpace.com.

As noted by John Gurda, Milwaukee writer and historian, “Until the Magnificent Machines of Milwaukee, the stories of these innovations and the men behind them had been told largely in fragmentary fashion—an article here, a scholarly reference there. Tom Fehring has assembled the entire cast of characters in a single book that is a testament to talent, an ode to ingenuity, and a singular contribution to the history of American industry.”

Suggested Price: Printed book (448 pages-8.5x11 format) $23.99

Blood Drive & MEMBER TALKS Oct 07, 2019
OPEN Oct 14, 2019
OPEN Oct 21, 2019
OPEN Oct 28, 2019
MEMBER TALKS Nov 04, 2019
Mike Kruse Nov 11, 2019
Every Rotarian Every Year Program
OPEN Nov 18, 2019
OPEN Nov 25, 2019
MEMBER TALKS Dec 02, 2019
OPEN Dec 09, 2019
OPEN Dec 16, 2019
NO MEETING Dec 23, 2019
OPEN Dec 30, 2019
MEMBER TALKS Jan 06, 2020
OPEN Jan 13, 2020
OPEN Jan 20, 2020