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We are the Minnetonka Rotary

Building Responsible Youth

Upcoming Speakers  at a Glance 
 

February  7, 2018 - State of the City @ Minnetonka City Hall
February 14, 2018 – Vocational, ICA and ResourceWest
February 21, 2018 -  Fares – Youth Exchange Student
February 28, 2018 - Emily Wallace Jackson – Project MN/Leon
March 7, 2018 - Jim Besst – Courage Kenny
March 14, 2018 - Abdul Omari – U of M Board of Regents
March 21, 2018 - Judy Johnson – Sew-A-Thon
March 28, 2018 - Sgt Jahnke – Hennepin County – Identity Theft

 



 Meeting Assignments 
 
February 7, 2018
 
State of the City – Minnetonka City Hall
 
February 14, 2018
 
Presiding Officer:   Jacob Millner
Sergeant at Arms:  Cathy Carlson, Neal Enzenauer, Frank Babka
Reporter:  Jennifer St. Clair
Greeters:  Jim Martin, Roger Johnson
Invocator:  Dan Narr
Happy Bucks:  Glen Junti
Raffle:  Scott Johnson
Speaker/Program:  Vocational – Terry Schneider, ICA and ResourceWest
 
February 21, 2018
 
Presiding Officer:   Jacob Millner
Sergeant at Arms:  Cathy Carlson, Neal Enzenauer, Frank Babka
Reporter:  Jennifer St. Clair
Greeters:  Jim Martin, Roger Johnson
Invocator:  Char Murphy
Happy Bucks:  Glen Junti
Raffle:  Scott Johnson
Speaker/Program:  Fares – Youth Exchange
 
February 28, 2018
 
Presiding Officer:  Jacob Millner
Sergeant at Arms:  Cathy Carlson, Neal Enzenauer, Frank Babka
Reporter: Jennifer St. Clair
Greeters:  Jim Martin, Roger Johnson
Invocator:  Neal Enzenauer
Happy Bucks:  Glen Junti
Raffle:  Scott Johnson
Arrange Program:  Jennifer St. Clair
Speaker/Program:  Emily Wallace Jackson – Project MN/Leon
 
March 7, 2018
 
Presiding Officer:  Jacob Millner
Sergeant at Arms:  Cathy Carlson, Neal Enzenauer, Frank Babka
Reporter: Bill Sorteberg
Greeters:  Alex Crittenden, Patty Acomb
Invocator:  Shane Haggerty
Happy Bucks: Jerald Stiele
Raffle:  Frank Babka
Arrange Program: Devon Roehrich
Speaker/Program:  Jim Besst – Courage Kenny
 
March 14, 2018
 
Presiding Officer:  Jacob Millner
Sergeant at Arms:  Cathy Carlson, Neal Enzenauer, Frank Babka
Reporter:  Bill Sorteberg
Greeters:  Alex Crittenden, Patty Acomb
Invocator:  Dane Espegard
Happy Bucks:  Jerald Stiele
Raffle:  Frank Babka
Arrange Program: Guy Marzano
Speaker/Program:  Abdul Omari – U of M Board of Regents
 
March 21, 2018
 
Presiding Officer:   Jacob Millner
Sergeant at Arms:  Cathy Carlson, Neal Enzenauer, Frank Babka
Reporter:  Bill Sorteberg
Greeters:  Alex Crittenden, Patty Acomb
Invocator: Sue Krueger
Happy Bucks:  Jerald Stiele
Raffle:  Frank Babka
Arrange Program: Nancy Davis
Speaker/Program:  Judy Johnson – Sew-A-Thon
 
March 28, 2018
 
Presiding Officer:   Jacob Millner
Sergeant at Arms:  Cathy Carlson, Neal Enzenauer, Frank Babka
Reporter: Katie Williams
Greeters:  LaWayne Yaeger, Molly Sebold
Invocator: Tony Newman
Happy Bucks:  Bonnie Wittenburg
Raffle:  Dale Feste
Arrange Speaker: Guy Marzano
Speaker/Program:  Sgt Jahnke – Hennepin County – Identity Theft
 

 

 


Sergeant at Arms: 
Arrive by 7:00 to prepare room for club meeting.  This includes placing suitcase of name badges by the receptionist on the first floor, set standing Rotary sign on 2nd floor, set American Flag, club banners, guest book and raffle tickets on table in meeting room. Store away after meeting.
 
Invocator:
Deliver an inspirational message, reading, or prayer to set a positive tone for the meeting. If possible, email your invocation to Neal for installation into this week’s Rotary Spoke newsletter – nenzen1@gmail.com.
 
Greeter:
Arrive by 7:00 to welcome members, visiting Rotarians, and guests.  Wear greeter badge and have guests sign the guest book.   Speakers, and guests who are prospective members, do not need to pay for breakfast.  Visiting Rotarians and guests pay $13.00 for hot plated breakfast or $7.50 for cold breakfast.   Coffee is free. Money to Mac Hardin.
 
Happy Bucks:
Make it fun , collect happy bucks, and give to Mac Hardin. 
 
Reporter:
Take notes of meeting, “Neal does invocation”,  type document, and send by email within 24 hours, to Neal Enzenauer at nenzen1@gmail.com.  (If you are looking for format / content to report on .... go to http://www.minnetonkarotary.org/content/rotary-spoke .....for examples by other reporters. 
 
Raffle
Arrive by 7:00 and sell raffle tickets according to prices listed.  One card for every ticket purchased.   Cards drawn are not placed back in the deck until the Joker, the winning card is drawn.   Winner takes half and the other half to the club treasury. 
 
Arrange Program/Speaker:
Recruit a speaker for interesting and meaningful program that passes Rotary’s 4 way test of 1)  Is it the truth?  2)  Is it fair to all concerned?  3)  Will it build goodwill and better friendships?  4)  Will it be beneficial to all concerned?  Provide logistical information to the speaker and give introduction at the meeting.  Here are the
Speaker Guidelines and click here to contact the Programming Director. 
 
“Vocational”:  (10-15 minutes)
Vocational (you are paid to do): Career history … current occupation … industry … profession.
or focus on …
Avocation (no one pays you to do but you love to do):  volunteering … coaching … building responsible youth … continued education … your Rotary experience.
or focus on …
Life experiences (past, present, or aspirations for the future):  hometown roots … family … special accomplishments … hobbies … travel …retirement plans.    
 
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