Member Sylvia Allen talks about survival through the pandemic.
Expanding quality educational opportunities in Niger, West Africa. Their mission is to unify people and mobilize resources to expand quality, education opportunities in Niger. 98% of the population eat what they grow. Child mortality rate is about 20%, 1 out of 5 children die before the age of five because of malnutrition, malaria, typhoid, and…
Amanda LaGrange tells us what Tech Dump is and how they are helping the community and providing training and jobs to recently released incarcerated individuals. We will be working with Tech Dump to plan a community tech recycling event in the near future. Find out more about Tech Dump at techdump.org or how to purchase…
This week we hear from Mayor Terry Furlong and City Manager Scott Duddeck. They give us an update on the changes and construction in North St Paul. Find more at https://www.northstpaul.org/285/City-Projects
Nina Potter teaches us how to double or triple our reading speed. Nina is actively coaching singles and couples in St. Paul, Minnesota (by phone and in person) where she helps her clients discover the joy and peace that comes from liberation from unconscious living. Whether it’s finding your ideal mate, saving your marriage, or…
We hear from Major Paul Moore from the Salvation Army Lakewood Temple. He tells his story about service.
Jon Eisele, Enbridge Energy, presents about crude oil and renewable energy to our club. We also have a special guest, Past District Governor Paul Perez, presents our club with a certificate of appreciation for our contributions to The Rotary Foundation.
Mackenzie Osterdyk from Smiths Medical talks about what they do and how their products are used in todays world. Smiths Medical provides innovative solutions and superior support to help healthcare professionals and providers ensure safety, enhance patient outcomes, and improve the total cost of care. Find more at https://www.smiths-medical.com/
We didn’t have a scheduled presentation, so we filled our meeting with videos from Rotary District 5960 and The Rotary Foundation.
Construction of “The Road to Ai-Maulin” began in July 2019 and was completed and dedicated in November 2019. The new road, designed by a civil engineer, (one of the members of the Group Study Exchange from Australia ) handles light duty trucks and vans. Read more about the Road