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Holiday Party
Buck & Honey's
Dec 12, 2017
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Board Meeting
Eustice, Laffey, Sebranek & Auby, SC
Dec 14, 2017
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Pancake Breakfast & Craft Show
Prairie View Middle School
Feb 25, 2018
7:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Dec 12, 2017
Dec 19, 2017
Update on The Sun Prairie School District
Dec 26, 2017
Happy Holidays
Jan 02, 2018
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Dec 19 Kelly Whalen Deanna Popke James Mastrangelo
Jan 2 Chad Wiedmeyer Daniel Presser Ann Oberle
Jan 9 George Alexander Ronald Riechers
Mark Olsen
Jan 16 Jeanne Behrend John Sheehan
Steve Olson
Jan 23 John Belken Judy Veith Aaron Oppenheimer
Jan 30 James Bell Bill Wambach Toni Pabon
No meeting Tuesday, Dec. 12
There will be no regular meeting Tuesday, Dec. 12. Instead, it's time for the holiday party! (See details below).
The Membership Committee will meet at the Colonial Club Tuesday from 7-8 a.m. The team promises not to add you to the membership team if you come - but wants to gather ideas from the club. If Rotarians would like to email ideas to a member of the team instead of attending the meeting, the team welcomes all ideas.
Holiday Party 2017
Lara at Zoo Lights
Last weekend, youth exchange student Lara visited the Henry Vilas Zoo to see Zoo Lights with a few of her friends from school. She also met up with Dave!
District Governor Nominee Designate - Sue Halambeck
Dear Fellow Rotarians - Just received the wonderful news that our very own Sue Halambeck has been selected as District Governor Nominee Designate.  She will serve as District Governor in 2020-21.  As someone who has worked along side Sue for the last 6 years on the Kindness Retreats, I know she will bring great honor, organization, execution, and excellence to this leadership position.  Congrats Sue!    Josh 
Here is a note from DC Joe Ruskey regarding Sue's nomination.  
I wanted to reach out to you to give you the exciting news that the District 6250 nominating committee has selected our District Governor Nominee Designate.  If approved at our district’s annual meeting in May,  she will follow DGN Edwin Bos.  We had interest from many candidates throughout the district.  After many interviews, deep discussion, and deep thought, the nomination committee has selected Sue Halambeck from the Sun Prairie Rotary Club.  Sue has been giving back through her job and Rotary for many years.  Before retiring with Kraft/Oscar Mayer, Sue travelled internationally working on food projects in developing countries.  She joined Rotary in 2004 to become more connected to the community.  She served as President in 2008/09.  Her passion has been working with the youth in many capacities.  She has worked tirelessly on the ethics initiative with the Youth Frontiers which ensures that every 4th grader in district goes through the curriculum covering ethics, anti bullying, and much more.  Sue also served on the Youth Frontiers Advisory Committee.  She has also served as a host mom for an inbound Exchange student from France among many other duties with her club.  At the district level, Sue has served in the role as District Grants Committee Chair for the past 3 years.  Through Rotary, she has also gone on multiple friendship exchanges.  Sue’s volunteer efforts and service extend beyond Rotary.  In addition to working with Youth Frontiers, Sue also has served on the YMCA Advisory board, Served on the Stewardship Subcommittee for TCM Downtown Madison, and has served as a Make a Wish granter.  I feel that her desire to serve others will make Sue an excellent addition to the deep tradition of District 6250 Governor’s belief of Service above Self and truly Making a Difference.
Please help me in Welcoming Sue as the District Governor Nominee Designate.  If there are any questions, please let me know.
Joe Ruskey
District Governor
2017-2018 Rotary Year
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The Character Challenge
From time to time, we all need to ask for help – but it's not always easy. It can be humbling to admit we require assistance. However, when we lack something – the formula for solving a math problem, the technique to make a free throw, a partner to practice lines with for the school play – our community has the opportunity thrive. Asking for someone's help empowers them to be an everyday hero. It means that we've identified a valuable quality in them that is useful to progress the class, the team or the production. And, chances are, the next time they need help with something, they'll turn to you. So, be brave and ask for help when you need it.
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