Two witches with pointed hats and long flowing black robes infiltrated our meeting.
They announced that they came from the Halloween Capitol of the World.
Hyon Kim greeted us with a warm smile.   President Brad Kirscher rang the bell at 12:32 to call the meeting to order, Hyon led the Pledge of Allegiance, and Brad led recitation of the Four-Way Test reminding us of our Rotary beliefs.  Jeff Norton sang a love long for the invocation and Joan Kallenberg introduced two visiting Rotarians and one guest. The visiting Rotarians were Sandy Campbell and Darlene Hookom
from the Anoka Rotary club. The witches were promoting and selling chances for the Anoka club's "Vacation of a Lifetime" raffle. Hyon Kim’s guest was Haytham Ibrahim.
Brad inaugurated Doctor Nyonbeor Boley as a new member of Rotary.  Dr. Boley
spoke briefly about his interest in helping people and was very happy to have Rotary as part of his life.
Jan Vanderwall encouraged all members to attend the 15th annual Rotary Foundation Celebration November 12 at the Double Tree Hotel in downtown St. Paul.  He also announced that the Roseville Rotary Club would match any donations to the Foundation prior to the celebration one-to-one.
"Happy Dollars" drew many announcements including past President Terry Carlson being recognized as Corrections Person of the Year and a project to create a memorial to Roland Wilsey.
Brad Kirscher, Nyonbeor Boley
Brad Kirscher , Terry Lee
Terry Lee author of the book Business Fits pitched his book.  He was introduced by Jeff Norton with a long list of Terry's credentials.  Terry added to this list and stated that when he reviewed his career he decided to write a book about 'how to find the right business for you'.  He said a new product or service idea is not the right choice, rather a good investment should be identified as a business opportunity.