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Member Birthdays
Jan Vanderwall
January 20
Donald Salverda
January 28
Maureen Rehfuss
January 31
Donald Zibell
February 13
Bradley Kirscher
February 14
V. James Sinclair
February 27
Edward Studniski
February 28
Join Date
Anthony Anderson
January 1, 2020
1 year
Bradley Kirscher
January 4, 2010
11 years
Dale Noyed
January 6, 2003
18 years
Richard Einan
January 10, 1983
38 years
Angela Eifert
January 17, 2017
4 years
Edward Studniski
January 24, 2011
10 years
Sharon Keister
January 25, 1993
28 years
Khadija Zeig
January 30, 2020
1 year
David Gilberstadt
January 31, 2014
7 years
Aanne Atomssa
February 3, 2020
1 year
Deb Nygaard
February 5, 2014
7 years
Lynn Scott
February 12, 2018
3 years
Luke Ferden
February 14, 2011
10 years
Kevin Megan
February 18, 2020
1 year
Club Information
Roseville Rotary Club
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 to register.
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Roseville Record Jan 25
Roseville Rotarians gathered for our Monday Zoom Meeting.   President Deb Nygaard called the meeting to order and lead the flag pledge.   Our Invocation today was done by Loren Swanson.
Roseville Rotary Club will continue to meet virtually until Monday, March 1, 2021.
Charter History Moment
1997 Little Brothers of the Elderly Holiday Meal kits.  No one in the audience knew the details!!
Give 2nd Monday Book Club a try!  Don Salverda is our wise leader and the books are inspiring.  We have been meeting for 8 years and love drop ins and new joiners.  Contact Don, 651/483-9320 for information.
Roseville Rotary Environment Team 
Join the Team! 
  • Engaging in education (information and practical ideas) and advocacy in the Roseville area.
  • Networking with other organizations
  • Planning for the District 5960 Environmental Day on June 5, 2021
Contact Lynn Scott - 
Today’s speaker was Greg Chamberlain, Regional VP Excel Energy, Regulatory and Government Affairs.  He noted that he had first spoken at a Rotary Club when in High School!  Greg outlined the Upper Midwest Energy Plan and how we plan to transition to clean fuel and the carbon reduction plan.  This was a wonderful talk.  We all should be proud of how our energy company is achieving real goals while transitioning us to wind, solar and safe nuclear.  The goals for the company are as follows:
Lead clean energy transition, enhance customer experience, and keep bills low.  He wants us to use his product less!  The exciting news is MN is already at 50% reduction in 2020 (48% was target).  We are on track for 80% in 2030 and 100% in 2050.  Natural gas was discussed as a smaller carbon footprint to replace coal in the near term.  To attain these shifts take all of us participating at our daily level.  Greg recommended we download the Xcel App as a way to monitor our usage and be aware of customer programs that are available.
Thank you Greg for a great discussion and for providing such timely information.
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