Rotary Club of Faribault

Dan Moline

In just 42 weeks, the Faribault Rotary Club will celebrate its 100-year anniversary on May 1, 2020.  This week’s historical highlight is from 1975.
On Jan. 8th, George Wickstrom presented a very interesting classification talk which included how to present life insurance to a prospect.
Rod Mahler presented a program on his “Big Game Hunting” expedition in Alaska complete with slides and movies of trophy bags of brown bear, moose and caribou.
Roger Koopmans made his first visit to the club as a visiting Rotarian from Rochester.
Layton Hoysler reviewed a successful year as District Governor.
The club has a three-year pledge drive to help defray expenses at the Youth camp related to a new bath house and other remodeling.
Wade Karli was the first club member to participate in the Rotary Foundation Program titled “Awards to Teachers.” He will be studying at Oxford in England in the fall.
The club teamed up with the Lion’s, Exchange, and Sertoma for the Faribault Service Club’s Golf Tournament and dinner.
Our club’s 55th president in 1974-75 was Dan Moline.