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Donald Zibell
February 13
 
Bradley Kirscher
February 14
 
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February 27
 
Edward Studniski
February 28
 
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March 1
 
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March 7
 
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March 23
 
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February 3, 2020
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February 5, 2014
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February 12, 2018
3 years
 
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February 14, 2011
10 years
 
Kevin Megan
February 18, 2020
1 year
 
MaryJo McGuire
March 12, 2013
8 years
 
Robert Sparks
March 15, 1975
46 years
 
Club Information
Roseville Rotary Club
Roseville-MN
Service Above Self
Mondays at 12:00 PM
DoubleTree by Hilton
2540 Cleveland Ave N
Roseville, MN 55113
United States of America
Join us live or via Zoom. Contact Kathy.hughitt@rotary5960.org to register.
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No Meeting Monday Feb 15
No Meeting Monday, February 15, 2021
 
Did You Know!
Presidents’ Day is an American holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. Originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington, it is still officially called “Washington’s Birthday” by the federal government.
Roseville Record Feb 8
President Deb Nygaard called a meeting to order at 12:05 PM.
 
Julie Wearn gave the invocation concerning trust and about our responsibility to work together for collective goals rather than individual goals.
 
We had one guest, Joe Stahlmann, North St. Paul/Maplewood/Oakdale Rotary Club. 
 
Jan Vanderwall gave us a short presentation regarding the Rotary foundation and the February campaign they are calling Share the Love, focused around Valentine’s Day and Rotary's 108th Anniversary on Feb 23rd. 
 
HISTORY MOMENT
 
Club Year: 1988 - 1989
President: Lloyd Nielsen
Vice President: Donald Severson
Secretary: Lorraine Baker (Jingle's Mother)
Treasurer: Bruce Weber
 
Directors: 
Dick Lambert
Robert Mundt
Paul Bredow
Bob Burmeister * current member
Herb Tousley
 
Immediate Past President: Larry Brodle
 
 
Lloyd Nielsen
 
 
Happy Dollars 
  • Mary Jo gave a promo about the book club which is looking for new members. 
  • Ted Johnson spoke about his surprise proposal
  • Julie Wearn talked about the end of the 2021 St Paul Winter Carnival and all the cars lined up to donate. Showing our concern for others.
  • Brad was happy to be 45 and going strong and recognized he is delight with the Tampa Bay buccaneers winning the Super Bowl.
 
 
 
 
View complete program at the following link: https://youtu.be/l_T_IbO_9RU
 
Jenny introduced our speaker for the day, Derek Sharrer, executive vice president and manager of the Saint Paul Saints, Derek Sharrer. 
 
Derek was one of those young baseball players who loved the game and recognized the limitations of his skills which would prevent him from ever playing baseball to earn a living. Thus, he started working in baseball management. During his career he has worked in Charleston South Carolina, the Hudson Valley, Fort Myers Florida, and now in St. Paul with the St. Paul saints. He has been working with the Saints for the past 17 years he began in their first season in 1993.
 
The new thing he was talking with us about was the fact that the St. Paul Saints are now partnering with the Minnesota twins and he sees this as a huge opportunity. The major league teams draft players from the minor-league teams and with this partnering the St. Paul saints have been able to significantly improve their facilities and it helps make them much more competitive in the minor leagues because of the improvement in the conditions for the players playing in the minor leagues. Derek explained the multiple levels of the minor leagues, the travel of the minor leagues the facilities in which they work and the necessity of the minor leagues to support the major leagues.  The number of minor-league teams has been shrinking and to help keep things working smoothly they have reduced the number of levels at which the minor-league teams play. The St. Paul Saints are an independent club rather than being part of a minor-league coalition and in order to complete this partnering project they have now been brought into the fold of the minor-league organization.
 
Derek has been working with people like Mike Veeck and Jim Pohlad add to accomplish this.  He is delighted to have the CHS field on which to play and a field that meets all of the AAA standards. This field has also become an alternate training site for the Minnesota twins. Because of this partnering, the Saint Paul Saints will be playing significantly more games and there will be a greater access to the interchangeability of players between the St. Paul Saints and the Minnesota twins.
 
Respectfully submitted,
 
Loren Swanson
 
Roseville Rotary Book Club
 
An invitation to join the Rotary Leadership Book Club
From Allen L. Gerdin
 
Prior to joining the Rotary Leadership Book in early 2015, I did a very moderate amount of reading.  During my daughter’s early childhood I encourage her to do a lot of reading. Telling her that reading was one of the bases of accumulating a lot knowledge.  To my regret, reading was not a practice in our home when I was a child.
 
Since joining the Leadership Book Club, where we read a book a month on leadership, I now average approximately four book read each month, with a few of the books 1,000 pages plus.  No, the Book Club books are not that large.  Most of them three hundred pages of less.  Reading has become a pleasure looked forward to each day.  The only activity that has suffered is the wasted time watching TV shows.
 
During the meeting we discuss what lessons we each have learned from the book that will be beneficial to us individually, and how we can incorporate these ideas into our lives.  Each person may have a different view of what the author is attempting to present.  Discussing the various view broadens the view for each member. 
 
Whether you are aspiring to, are, or have been in a leadership position this is a place to learn the many aspects of leadership.  Perhaps not so much from each of us who are now members, but from the great authors of the books we read.  At my advance age I may never hold another corporate leadership role; however, my hope is that I can continue to impart a few small bits of leadership ideas and thoughts to those much younger than I.  Also, my hope is that many members, young and old, of our great Roseville Rotary Club would consider becoming a member of the Roseville Rotary Leadership Book Club. 
 
Our Club meets the second Monday of each month from 10:00AM – 11:30AM.  During the Covid19 crisis we meet via Zoom.  For more information contact Don Salverda at 651-484-1335
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Compass Program: Working to End Human Trafficking
 
 

NineNorth Compass Program Series:
Working to End Human Trafficking

PANELISTS

Crystal Jones, Roseville Police Dept. – Sex Crimes Investigator;

Julie Wearn, CEO Roseville Visitors Association;

Peter Wohler, Source MN

Dana Healy, Moderator, Executive Director, NineNorth

 
 
 
 
Source Anti-Trafficking: Anti-Trafficking | Source MN, Inc.
 
 
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