Speaker Date Topic
Fellow Rotarian David Arndt Mar 18, 2019
Project: Haiti Outreach "Adopt a Well"
Fellow Rotarian Lynn French Wood Mar 25, 2019
Community Grant Awards
Delanie Arend | PHS Senior Apr 01, 2019
Availability and Statistics of Vaccine's Around the World
My name is Delanie Arend and I am a senior at Parker High School. I am a Valedictorian, and hope to go to either Johns Hopkins University or UW- Madison for pharmacology, specifically creating pharmaceuticals. 
 
This presentation touches on the vaccine availability throughout the world, and the statistics along with them. It compares the United States to countries with less advanced medical technology, and how it effect populations. Most importantly though, it breaks down how vaccines work, and why they are needed in less fortunate countries.
Fellow Rotarian Steve Servantez Apr 08, 2019
Photographing Birds
Larry Nitz | Secretary/Treasurer Apr 15, 2019
Rock River Aero Modelers Society

My name is Larry Nitz, I am the Secretary/Treasurer of the Rock River Aero Modelers Society. I am 76 years old, retired from Woodmans, where I was the Photo Category manager. I started the photo program at Woodmans and managed it for 23 years. Prior to Woodmans I was self-employed owning camera stores, a wholesale photographic business and a bicycle and ski shop.

The hobby of building and flying model planes has been a life long hobby. Within the hobby of model airplanes, I specialize in rubber- band freeflight models. That is to say I can’t make the planes come back to me like the RC guys do. I have to retrieve them myself.

Our club name is the Rock River Aero Modelers Society, RRAMS for short. I will be speaking about the history of our club and the challenges we have in the post 9/11 world and how technology is changing the nature of our hobby. The club has a flying site in Turtle Township on land owned by the township. This land was a dump/landfill and had limited repurposing options. We have been using the site now for about 17 years. The club just completed an overhaul of its site this past year and more projects are on deck for the coming flying season. We also support community projects throughout our membership area.

Nancy Commello | Madison West Towne-Middleton Club Apr 22, 2019
Vocational Training Team - Training Guatemalan Women to be Birth Attendants

Nancy Commello, Rotary Club of Madison West Towne-Middleton, is trying to create a Vocational Training Team and would very much like to present to clubs in our district. It is an exciting project involving training women in Guatemala to be birth attendants. Vocational training teams will train birth attendants and equip them with supplies. Trainers use two programs— Helping Mothers Survive and Helping Babies Survive—that were developed specifically for use in low-resource countries and have been used successfully since 2010.By creating a self-sustaining program using the “Train the Trainer” model, this project will build the capacity of indigenous birth attendants, thereby allowing them to provide evidence-based care to women and babies in their communities to improve birth outcomes.

5th Monday of the Month Apr 29, 2019
TBD
Fritz Elsen | CHS Teacher PLUS CHS Students May 06, 2019
Elevate | New Business School at Craig High School

WHAT IS ELEVATE?

ELEVATE is an innovative education capstone, designed by Craig High School to give high school students hands-on, real-world experiences immersed in a professional setting.  Students in the ELEVATE program engage in a rigorous curriculum while also learning valuable skills for high-demand careers. Industry partners provide real project work and experiences, while providing students an opportunity to build their portfolios and resumes.  Students are mentored by professionals in a career the student is interested in pursuing. ELEVATE students enter the program with a strong academic background and leave better prepared to be the next generation workforce.

Phil Smith May 13, 2019
Citizen’s Climate Lobby
Phil Smith is recently retired from 40 years of work with CH2M Hill Inc. where he was a senior technical consultant  in the remediation of hazardous waste sites throughout the US and Canada. He worked on the technical and regulatory aspects of some of the largest hazardous waste sites and helped write the main guidance documents with US EPA on site cleanup. He also served on the technical advisory committee to Wisconsin DNR during the drafting of the Wisconsin hazardous waste regulations. More recently he has focused on the technical  and policy aspects of climate change and is familiar with the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports. His main area of focus is solutions to climate change.
Fellow Rotarian Janelle Sharp May 20, 2019
Student Honors Luncheon
NO MEETING - Memorial Day May 27, 2019
Fellow Rotarian Dan Drozdowicz Jun 03, 2019
2019 Corn Roast and Mud Volleyball Kick Off
Tammie King-Johnson | Director Jun 10, 2019
House of Mercy
Mariana Theophilo | Inbound Exchange Student Jun 17, 2019
City of Londrina | State of Paraná | South Region | Brazil
President Gilbertson & President-elect Waller-Witt Jun 24, 2019
Changing of the Guard | Passing the Gavel