Speaker Date Topic
Richard Greene and Chuck Holland Nov 20, 2019
Richard Richards Institute at Weber State University Ethics in Leadership award
Catholic Community Services Thanksgiving Dinner Nov 25, 2019
20 Volunteers needed for two shifts- 9:30-11:30 and 12:30-2:15

Sign up for one of two shifts to support this annual Catholic Community Services event. 20 Volunteers needed for two shifts- 9:30-11:30 and 12:30-2:15

President's Meeting Dec 04, 2019
President's Meeting and Member Spotlights
Associate Provost Brenda Kowalewski Dec 11, 2019
Weber State University's efforts in Housing, Education, and Health in inner-city Ogden
Richard Fry- WSU Computer Science Professor Dec 18, 2019
Report of Weber State University International Projects Overseas
Holiday Party 6:30- 8:30 pm Dec 19, 2019
Eccles Art Center
Merry Chistmas! No Rotary Lunch Today! Dec 25, 2019
Christmas Day- No Rotary
New Years Day- No Rotary Lunch Today Jan 01, 2020
Happy New Year! No Rotary Today
Presidents meeting- Member Spotlights Jan 08, 2020
Member Spotlights
Miriam Barth Jan 22, 2020
Rotarians Under 40 Initiative
Martin Lisius- Storm Chaser Mar 18, 2020
Martin Lisius- Storm Chaser

Martin Lisius is an award-winning Texas-based producer, director, and cinematographer.
In 1993, Lisius founded StormStock, a unique collection of premium weather footage. His material can be seen in hundreds of TV programs, documentaries, feature films and commercials including the Oscar-winning "An Inconvenient Truth", "The Avengers, "Into the Storm", "Lucy", "Tomorrowland", Disney's "Cinderella" and "The Current War." 
Lisius produced, directed and wrote several award-winning television programs relating to severe weather including "The Chasers of Tornado Alley" which first aired on public television in 1996. The same year, he worked as a technical advisor for the Warner Bros. box office hit "Twister." 
He is responsible for photographing the first-ever violent class tornado on 35mm motion picture film (1998), the only 35mm footage of Hurricane Katrina making landfall (2005), the first tornado in 3D (2011), and one of the few people to intercept and document the two costliest disasters in US history (Katrina, Harvey)