Speaker Date Topic
Dean Ryerson Dec 12, 2022
Rotary Friendship Exchange

Poland with focus on support for Ukraine by Rotary and the people of Poland.  Ten Rotarians from our District 6250 just completed the stay in Polish homes learning of the culture and traditions and the work of Rotary clubs in the communities in which they stayed.  The powerpoint will be an illustrated presentation that will also explain how club members might participate in such future exchanges.

Meals link: https://forms.gle/HKvvoKiW63TrgnVQA

Zoom link: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAld-GgqjosHdIpkuMjg_FljjbNmGCOxA7a

Maggie Porter Kratz Dec 19, 2022
Madison College and the Madison College Foundation
Madison College and the Madison College Foundation

Maggie will be with us to talk about the impact of the scholarships Madison South Rotary provides and some of the statistics associated.




No meeting Dec 26, 2022
No meeting - Happy Holidays
No Meeting Jan 02, 2023
No meeting - Happy Holidays
Michael Flaherty Jan 09, 2023
The future of print journalism and what it means for society

Michael Flaherty is a public policy strategic communications specialist who has assisted more than 150 governmental entities, non-profit organizations and corporate clients , including the Wisconsin Newspaper Association, in leadership communications planning and training, crisis communications, media relations, branding and public education programs.

He was a 22-year, award-winning journalist in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Washington D.C. He has worked in radio, weekly newspaper reporting and editing, served as a Washington correspondent for a Dow Jones newspaper group and business/political reporter for the Wisconsin State Journal. He managed the Milton Courier, a Rock County weekly newspaper, following the untimely death of his editor/publisher father.

Flaherty also taught science journalism for nearly 30 years at the UW-Madison’s College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.   

Patrick Remington, MD Jan 23, 2023
Public health confidence by citizens

Dr. Remington received his undergraduate degree in molecular biology and his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin. After completing an internship at Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle, he trained at the CDC as an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer (assigned to the Michigan health department); as a Preventive Medicine Resident in the Division of Nutrition at the CDC, and as part of the CDC Career Development Program, when he obtained his MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Minnesota.

He was the Chief Medical Officer for Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention in the Wisconsin Division of Health for almost a decade, and joined the Department of Population Health Sciences in 1997. Since that time he has led the development and was the first Director of the UW MPH Program, the UW Population Health Institute, and the UW Preventive Medicine Residency Program; was the first Associate Director for Population Health Science in the Carbone Cancer Center, and was the inaugural Associate Dean for Public Health in the renamed, School of Medicine and Public Health.

Dr. Remington’s current research examines ways to improve public health surveillance methods and outcomes. He led the development of the Wisconsin County Health Rankings, now a national program supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

5th Monday Jan 30, 2023
Brat Stand Recap, MSR/MSRF updates

We will update club specific business to the members of our club

Past Presidents - hold the date Jun 05, 2023
Past Presidents Celebration

Join us in welcoming back the Madison South Rotary's past presidents.  The success our club is built on the wisdom and leadership of these past presidents that have guided Madison South since its inception in 1969 to present.  Please join us in welcoming back our past presidents.