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Aug 03, 2017
10:30 AM – 5:00 PM
 

Provided by John Belken

Provided by John Belken
Aug 08, 2017
 
Aug 10, 2017
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
 
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Lyn grew up in a Navy family, attended high school in Japan and graduated from both the University of Florida and the University of Wisconsin-Madison for graduate school.  Her career was in Health Care then Marketing.  She retired as Marketing Manager for the Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, then worked 2 years in California with partners in their own company serving Correctional Industries.

Lyn has been active in Rotary since 1988 when she was one of the first 6 women in the Madison, Wisconsin Downtown Club of 500 members. After moving from Madison, she has joined four different Rotary Clubs in the past 25 years including Concord, California, Stuart, FL, Aiken, SC and now Madison South in Wisconsin, a much smaller club of 75 members.  She has served in multiple club and district roles, including Assistant Governor in SC.  She is a major donor and a Bequest Society Member.  Her Rotary passions include international projects, Rotary history and mentoring Global Grant and Peace Fellow Scholars.   Lyn recently completed an extensive historical documentation project to video record her interviews of the first woman Rotary Club President and the first 8 women DGs in Rotary.  She wrote about this project in Sylvia Whitlock’s new book:  “Women Also Serve” and it can be viewed online at Rotary Global History Fellowship.

Provided by Sue Halambeck

Lyn Kenney
Aug 15, 2017
 
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Tri 4 Schools was founded in 2011 by Katie Hensel, who is the current Executive Director. Katie started Tri 4 Schools because of her dedication to improving the health of children in Dane County. Katie has completed numerous triathlons, including Ironman Wisconsin, and has also run the Chicago Marathon twice. She attended UW Madison and has a degree in Business Management and a minor in Spanish. When she isn’t working or working out, she volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters, likes to spend time outdoors with her husband, two children, and dog, cook, and travel.

 

Provided by Meghan Chua

Katie Hensel, Executive Director
Aug 22, 2017
 
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Provided by Rich Darga

Kassie Martin, Community Development Manager
Aug 29, 2017
 
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Provided by Debbie Fox-Schroeder

Sue Halambeck
Sep 05, 2017
 
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Provided by Rose Freidel

TBA
Sep 12, 2017
 
Sep 14, 2017
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
 
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Sep 15, 2017
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
 
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Meet  2017 - 2018  District 6250 Governor Joe Ruskey

Joe has been a member of the Prairie du Chien Rotary club since 2003.  He served as President in 2007 -2008, a member of the board of directors, membership chair, and chair of the fundraising committee.  In 2008 Joe started to work with the district as an AG for group 10.  He held this position from 2008 – 2012.  In 2012 Joe accepted the position of District Rotary Foundation Committee Chair.  He will continue in this role until July 2016.  He has been a part of the team that has helped usher in Future Vision throughout District 6250.  Joe feels that with Future Vision, Our Foundation is uniquely positioned to change lives all over the world while ensuring dollars are used to their fullest.  That is the power of Our Foundation. 

Even though Joe has been in Rotary since 2003, he states he ‘actually’ became a Rotarian in 2007 when becoming president of his club.  While in this roll Joe truly learned what Rotary is.  It lined up with his and his wife’s belief that we are only here to serve others.  Continuing into the role of AG, Joe learned more about the power of Rotary both locally and internationally.  As he learned about the Foundation, he became more convinced that Rotary allowed him and his family to walk out their beliefs. 

Joe has been involved in both local projects and international projects.  He has worked with clubs all over the district to make sure that their ideas and projects are backed and strengthened through both district and global grants.  Joe and his team have been involved in awarding hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of grants allowing him to have a front row seat to the power of Rotary and the amazing tool that Our Foundation is.  He was personally involved in a project in Ghana that allowed over 86000 people to have their lives changed.  Joe believes that is a statement of the importance and necessity of Rotary.  He also believes that right now is so important because needs all over the globe increase daily.  In addition, we are so close to finishing our job to eradicate polio.  We are on track to see it eliminated in 2018.  He believes we can’t let up when we are so close. 

Joe lives in Prairie du Chien with his wife, Tina, his daughter, Samantha, and his Son, Joseph.  His Daughter was an outbound Rotary Exchange Student to Denmark in 2013/14.  His family has also hosted 2 inbound exchange students.  Joe and Tina are both supporters of the Rotary Foundation.  Tina is a Paul Harris and a bequest society member.  Joe is a Paul Harris plus member, a sustaining member, a bequest society member, and a Paul Harris society member.  Joe and Tina own Dependable Solutions, Inc., a technology consulting firm specializing in Computer Network Support, design, and implementation with locations in Prairie du Chien, Boscobel, and La Crosse. 

In his spare time, Joe enjoys diving, grilling, and travelling with his wife and kids.  Joe and Tina enjoy travelling throughout the district and beyond to different Rotary events and clubs.  It allows them to see all the good Rotary does around the world and it is something so important to both of them.

Joe Ruskey, District Governor Rotary District 6250
Sep 19, 2017
 
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Peter Detmer of the Sun Prairie Bicycle Advocacy group is speaking on what this group is, what they have been up to, and what they are likely to be involved with in the future.

http://sunprairiemoves.org/

Provided by Chad Wiedmeyer ​

Peter Dettmer
Sep 26, 2017
 
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Josh Kindkeppel
Oct 03, 2017
 
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Thomas Hebl
Oct 10, 2017
 
Oct 12, 2017
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
 
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Oct 15, 2017
6:30 AM – 11:00 AM
 
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Provided by Katie Herlache

Lara Langkamp, RYE Inbound from Germany
Oct 17, 2017
 
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Oct 20, 2017
7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
 
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Speakers are Joanna Jones, the Child and Youth Care Manager from TLC Children's Home in South Africa (see www.tlc.org.za) and Mariela Savkova, our intermediary for Bulgarian orphanages for the last twenty-one years.

The Love of Christ Orphanage (TLC) fosters, places and adopts vulnerable children from a family-run home that helps every child in its care to grow up in a loving and responsible family. Joanna tells us she loves working with babies. Many of the babies and other children in the care of TLC have been abandoned and may be quite ill.


Mariela Savkova's bio states: "I have 5 years' experience as director of municipal and non-government projects for social services for orphans and kids in risk. As intermediary of Orphan Train Project for more than 21 years, I worked to empower orphans through education, development their individual talents and skills for independent life. In my current professional capacity for more than 6 years, I am monitoring how the so called de-institutionalization policy of orphanages in Bulgaria is being implemented with European funds."

I think your members, their spouses and guests will find the stories Joanna and Mariela tell most compelling. There are many ways to help in both Bulgaria and South Africa.
 

Provided by Laura Jennings

Joanna Jones & Mariela Savkova
Oct 24, 2017
 
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Provided by Heather Jones

Neil Stechschulte, Director Economic Development
Oct 31, 2017
 
Nov 03, 2017
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
 
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The SPHS Cast of Seussical
Nov 07, 2017
 
Nov 09, 2017
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
 

Provided by Rick Klemp

Provided by Rick Klemp
Nov 14, 2017
 
Nov 15, 2017 4:00 PM
 
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Provided by Diana Konkle

Dr. Sara Kirkman
Nov 21, 2017
 

Provided by Jane LaMere

Provided by Jane LaMere
Nov 28, 2017
 
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After working for nearly a decade in senior level leadership roles for a Fortune 500 company, and over 5 years as head of HR for a 20-location independent pharmacy chain, Karrie decided to pursue her long-time love of speaking and training full-time. Karrie is now a professional speaker in the National Speaker’s Association and entrepreneur offering custom programs to businesses and associations of all sizes. Her past experiences with corporate business to mid-size business has given her an in-depth understanding of what it takes to build and maintain high-performing cultures. Karrie served on her local school board for seven years and used her business sense and great ability to connect with others to spearhead discussions that helped the district continue to thrive during a time of incredible industry change.

Karrie also serves as the pastor in her local church, Living Gospel Church in Rio, WI. She thoroughly enjoys speaking at Christian ministry events on topics focusing on servant leadership, character growth, walking by faith-not by sight, finding your purpose, and serving others.

Karrie incorporates her personal experiences of finding her own purpose and passion into each message she shares. She is most passionate about helping people build meaningful connections and relationships, because it is our relationships with others that define our long-term success and happiness in life.

Karrie is married to her wonderful husband Jon, and has three incredible children-Jonny, Reese, and Riley. She is very active in her community having served as President and Vice President within her local Community Club, committee chair for planning community activities; co-chair of an annual fundraising event for her local food pantry;  and formerly co-creator and committee member of the Rio Area Collaborative Committee which focuses on promoting the greater Rio area for business, tourism, and families to reside in.  Karrie cherishes time with her family and enjoys participating in the many events in her local community, busting out in random songs with her friends and her daughter, horseback riding, playing with their bunnies, gardening, and writing. Overall, Karrie loves living life to the fullest each and every day and knows she has much to be grateful for!

 

Provided by Jon Landsverk

Karrie Landsverk, Communication Expert
Dec 05, 2017
 
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NO MEETING
Dec 12, 2017
 
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Dec 12, 2017
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
 
Dec 14, 2017
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
 
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Brad Saron, Superintendent, Sun Prairie Schools
Dec 19, 2017
 
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NO MEETING
Dec 26, 2017
 

Provided by Julie Marshall

Provided by Julie Marshall
Jan 02, 2018
 
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Peter Leidy will talk about the fundamentals of improv comedy...but it's not about comedy. Leidy talks about taking the rules of improve into real life, at work and at home. One of the rules of improv comedy is to accept every offer - to turn "yes, but" into "yes, and." On stage, blocking your partner is not allowed, because it stops the story in its tracks and makes your partner look bad. In our workplaces, though, blocking is common. It doesn't have to be.

Leidy has given his talk dozens of times, mainly in human services groups. Takeaways from his presentation include generating more creative ideas in less time, moving closer to desired outcomes, deepening listening skills, increasing engagement and motivation among stakeholders, and approaching change differently (whether required, desired or both).

Peter Leidy
Jan 09, 2018
 
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Welcome to Dow Chiropractic & Acupuncture

Strong Brain.

No Pain.

Dr. David Dow
Jan 16, 2018
 

Provided by Aaron Oppenheimer

Provided by Aaron Oppenheimer
Jan 23, 2018
 

Provided by Ann Oberle

Provided by Ann Oberle
Jan 30, 2018