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Roseville Rotary Club

Roseville-MN

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
DoubleTree by Hilton
2540 Cleveland Ave N
Roseville, MN 55113
United States of America
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Welcome to our Rotary Club! 

This is an active, friendly, diverse group and we would love to have you visit us at any Monday club meeting. We look forward to an exciting year of Rotary fellowship and service. Come be a part of it!  Call the Rotary Office for further information at 651/636-9054.

  David Kray, President, 2019-2020
   The Rotary Club of Roseville



Office located in the Rosedale Towers
1700 West Hwy 36, Ste 820
Roseville MN  55113 651/636-9054

kathy.hughitt@rotary5960.org

Services for our great friend and longtime Rotarian, Colleen Reistad.   
 
 
Colleen Reistad
Roseville Rotarian May 7, 1990 - January 4, 2020
 
Saturday, February 1, 2020
2:00 pm
North Heights Lutheran Church
2701 Rice Street
Roseville MN 
 
Dinner and open house from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm 
North Oaks Golf Club
54 E Oaks Rd
North Oaks, MN 
 
 
President David Kray, District Governor Paul Perez
 
 
Jan Vanderwall introduced Paul Perez, Rotary District 5960 Governor.
 
Paul keyed his presentation on the new vision statement adopted by Rotary International. That, “Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.”
 
Mike Gregory, David Kray
 
Kray introduced the speaker for the meeting, Mike Gregory.  Gregory is a Roseville resident and conflict resolution professional.  His presentation revolved around the Collaboration Effect, an area of neuroscience, which helps people get peaceful resolutions to conflicts. 
 
Kit Welchlin, David Kray
 
Our speaker today was introduced by Don Salverda.  Today’s topic was a terrific one- Becoming the Type of Leader People Want to Follow and was dynamically presented by Kit Welchlin.  Kit started presenting to audiences early in life through 4-H and FFA.  His “down home” style and demonstrations used great humor.  The dilemma of the short time we all have to make a good impression was brought home with greatly acted examples. I think part of the fun was we all saw ourselves at times.
 
My greatest take away was his 6 items you must always do to sustain your Personal Credibility.
  • Appear Warm and Friendly
  • Express Intentions and Motives
  • Demonstrate Trustworthiness
  • Be an Information Source
  • Develop Relevant Expertise
  • Project Dynamism
 
He is a sought-after speaker and I see why.  His body language tips were helpful too.
 
So, I suggest we all read his book and remind ourselves about how important it is to see how others view you.  Leadership is a lot how we are perceived and being educated to present ourselves in the most positive light is very important.
 
Click the following link to hear Kit's presentation at Roseville Rotary Club.
Program:
 
David McNally, David Kray
 
 
Don Salverda introduced David McNally, CEO of Transform Corporation, author, and business speaker who is focused on developing purposeful leaders, inspired organizations, and iconic brands. 
 
Laced with examples from his own life, David talked about how every individual inevitably makes a mark as they go through life. Some leave a small and quiet traces, others a large expansive boom. But in the end,  the mark you make is up to you.
 
 
Art Anderson, David Kray
 
Speaker, Art Anderson, was introduced by President-elect  Deb Nygaard.
 
Art Anderson in his 38th year in Rotary presents Polar Bears – Living in a Changing/Challenging Environment.  This was part of a trip by Polar Bears International Organization with only 18 people attending.  This all happened in Churchill Manitoba.  
Zero Waste Event Summary
Eureka Recycling is always excited to collaborate with the City of Roseville and the Roseville Rotary Club to work towards zero waste at the annual Taste of Rosefest. This was our fifth year working together, and we are proud to have maintained our shared vision of zero waste.
 
 
David Kray, Dr. Dan Johnson
 
Our speaker today was Dr. Dan Johnson.  Though his topic was “The Perlan Project” he gave us a wonderful history of gliders and their aerodynamic structure, wind currents and of course, Perlan Clouds!
 
 
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Speakers
Preeti Mathur
Apr 06, 2020
Indian Community in MN
Isaac Orr, Center for the American Experiment
Apr 13, 2020
"Why Electricity Prices in MN Keep Skyrocketing"
Hyon Kim, Author
Apr 27, 2020
New Book
Patrick Mader, Author and Public Speaker
May 04, 2020
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May 18, 2020
Shoreview YMCA
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May 25, 2020
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Deb Nygaard and David Kray
Jun 22, 2020
Passing of the Gavel
 
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