Speaker Date Topic
Rotary Round Table Dec 18, 2017
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No Meeting - Christmas Dec 25, 2017
No Meeting - New Year's Day Jan 01, 2018
Angelia Millender, President Jan 08, 2018
Century College
Century College

Angelia Millender, Century College President          

effective July 1, 2017


Angelia Millender is a senior executive leader with experience serving public and private colleges and universities offering liberal arts and career and technical programs, and is known as a champion of diversity and cultural competence.

Previous to her presidency at Century College, Angelia served Olive-Harvey College (IL) as President; Broward College (FL) as district vice president for student affairs and enrollment management; Berkeley College (NY) as campus operations officer/dean of student development and external affairs; and Robert Morris University as vice president of student services, dean of student services, director of career planning and placement, and as a member of the faculty.  She holds a bachelor’s degree from Chicago State University and a master’s from National Louis University (IL).

Century College, located in White Bear Lake, Minn., is one of the largest community and technical colleges in Minnesota, serving more than 19,000 credit and non-credit students. The college offers a variety of high-quality career and transfer degrees, diplomas, and certificates designed to lead to employment or transfer to a four-year university. With a commitment to student success, Century College provides many innovative student support services designed to help students achieve their educational goals. Through a wide range of student life opportunities and a vibrant, diverse campus community, students gain leadership skills and make connections.

No Meeting - Martin Luther King Jr. Jan 15, 2018
Melanie Mogg Jan 22, 2018
Tax Law Updates
Monique Hammond Jan 29, 2018
Hearing Loss-The Silent Epidemic
Hearing Loss-The Silent Epidemic

Monique Hammond was a pharmacist at a major hospital when she lost her hearing in one ear due to loud noise at a church fund-raiser.  Unable to hear sufficiently well to perform her job duties, she quit her job and now has a “new mission in life - helping others to avoid hearing loss.” 

Monique describes hearing loss as a “silent epidemic” and “invisible” disability” that impacts about 1/5 of Americans.  Hearing loss is significant because it impacts us socially, emotionally, professionally and financially. Hearing loss creates a sense of isolation, which can trigger depression and possibly dementia.  Join us! to learn more.

Author, What Did You Say? An Unexpected Journey Into the World of Hearing Loss.

St. Paul Winter Carnival Feb 05, 2018
Roseville K-9 Officer and Dog Feb 12, 2018
No Meeting - President's Day Feb 19, 2018
Mike Johnson Feb 26, 2018
Drones - What can they really do?
Drones - What can they really do?

Presentation: Drones - What can they really do?

With all of the hype about the emerging drone industry, I'll share what are drones actually doing now and what can we expect in the future.  Amazing things are happening everyday as individuals and companies discover the utility of drones in daily tasks.  Farmers are monitoring plant health to increase yields, wind turbine blades are inspected for damage, utility companies are using drones for storm damage assessment, and the list goes on.  The future holds even more promise and eventually we may even see delivery to our front door using drones.


Mike Johnson Bio:

Mike is a 2000 graduate of Edina High school and is the son of Edina Rotary member, Doug Johnson.  After Edina, he attended the United States Air Force Academy and became an Air Force C-17 pilot after training on multiple aircraft.   Eventually becoming an instructor pilot, Mike led missions and deployed across Europe, Asia, Africa, the Pacific Rim, and the Middle East in support of the President of the United States, Department of Defense, and humanitarian assistance missions.  Following two operational tours in the C-17, he transitioned to the RQ-4, Global Hawk, unmanned aircraft in Grand Forks, ND.  There he served as the 69th Reconnaissance Group, Chief Evaluator Pilot and Flight Standards Director for five RQ-4 locations around the globe.  Mike separated from the Air Force in 2016 and joined the SkySkopes team and currently serves as the Senior Vice President of Operations where he leads a team of professional pilots who focus on providing innovative solutions to the energy industry.



Clare Lillis Mar 05, 2018
Human Trafficking
Human Trafficking

Clare Lillis bio:


Clare is a former high school teacher, Realtor, 21 year Rotarian with Forest Lake Rotary Club (20 years of perfect attendance), Past Dist Gov and still very active with club and Dist. to include Asst Gov Team Leader, Fast For Hope Steering Committee  and now co-chair of Dist 5960 Human Trafficking Task Force.



Loraine Jensen Mar 12, 2018
Runic Inscriptions
Runic Inscriptions

Presentation:  Runic Inscriptions

What are runes? What does runic writing teach us about our Scandinavian ancestry? This presentation will provide an overview of the thousands of rune stones existing today, primarily in Scandinavia, but some in North America. 

About the Speaker:  Loraine Jensen is the President and founder of the American Association for Runic Studies (AARS), a nonprofit organization based in Roseville, MN, promoting scholarly research on runes and runic inscriptions in Europe and North America.

AARS website for your information.  www.runicstudies.org

Linnea Solem Apr 02, 2018
Lighthouse Relief "Experiences in a Refugee Camp"
Lighthouse Relief "Experiences in a Refugee Camp"

Lighthouse Relief developed summer programmes after identifying a need to provide school-aged children with a safe place to continue to learn and play during the summer months. Join us as Linnea Solem shares with us her experiences with the program and children.



Health Day - Regions Hospital Apr 23, 2018
No Meeting - Memorial Day May 28, 2018