Roseville Rotary
Club News for Monday, April 18, 2016
Roseville Rotarians gathered for our regular Monday meeting and were lead in the flag pledge by President Elect Brad Kirscher.  President elect Brad called the meeting to order.     Dick Einan was our Invocation leader.    Visitors and guests were introduced by Jason Raether.  
Special Announcements
We were introduced to our visiting REEP  (Rotary Educational Exchange Program) Team from Sri Lanka. Thank you Ted Johnson and his committee for putting this great event together.
Sign up for the District Conference - There will be lots of fun and interesting people and speakers, including our own Jan Vanderwall and Terry Carlson who are both leading Breakout Sessions,
Special Thank You to Dr. George Krienke for sponsoring Health Day and to the great Medical Techs from Regions Hospital that were with us. Dr. Krienke has sponsored this event for over 25 years!
Sign Up to help pack and label food containers at Second Harvest Heartland, 1140 Gervais Ave, on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 from 5:30pm - 7:30pm - Group size is limited to 9 - We have 4 volunteer slots remaining. Email or signup at the Greeters Table.
Stamp Out Hunger - Saturday ,May 14, 2016 - Cub Foods, 1201 Larpenteur West.
We need 1 - Site Leader - commitment from 11am - 4pm , working with the driver and store manager and volunteers
We need 5-7 volunteers who would work 2:30pm - 4:00pm, helping to unload the postal vehicles and loading the food into trucks.
Contact: if you can help.
Walk Minnesota Roseville Team Leader Needed - See Brad Kirscher for information - Event is September 10, 2016, at Long Lake Regional Park. Registration opens at 1pm and the Walk or Ride will be from 1:30pm - 2:30pm . - Goal is to raise more than $15,000 and the donations will go to help schools to be safer places, free from bullying and harassment, and to help youth learn positive relational skills like empathy, respect cooperation and how to resolve conflicts peacefully.
Herb Mishke introduced our Health Day speaker, Dr. Peter J. Daly, an orthopedic surgeon.  Dr. Daly graduated from the University of Notre Dame and Mayo Medical School.  He is certified in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine.  He has published extensively and  currently  practices at Summit Orthopedics.  He has held leadership positions in several metro hospitals and been listed yearly as a Top Doc in Mpls- St. Paul Magazine since 1997. His topic for us today was an introduction to Holy Family Surgery Center in Honduras.  He and some colleagues founded the center and it has made a great difference to that very poor community.  The group has seen over 13,000 patients and preformed over 1800 surgical procedures since 2008.  Dr. Daly and his entire family have volunteered on a regular basis in Honduras.  The hospital is part of a large orphanage and serves kids as well as adults.  The need, however is extremely great with 3000 patients on the surgical waiting list.  His stories of several of the  patients and how his team helped them was very inspiring.  Dr. Daly invites anyone interested to come down and experience the hospital and lend a hand to the community.
Thank you, Dr. Daly for an interesting talk and for the several thoughtful questions posed by our Rotarians.
 To find out more about the Holy Family Surgery Center contact Dr. Daly at