While the game itself will take place in US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, the ten days of festivities leading up to the game will take place throughout the state.  Come hear from representatives of Visit Saint Paul about the things planned in the capital city – both official and unofficial – and how the tourism bureau will be targeting the more than 5000 members of the media anticipated to be in state for the big game.
 
 
Trixie Goldberg, Lifetrack Resources, was in command of the podium in the absence of President Jerry Falletti. As requested, these minutes reflect that meeting started promptly at 12:15.
 
David Laird led the club in God Bless America in B flat with Bob Jones on the real baby grand.
 
James Delameter offered an inspirational thought on gratitude inspired by the book Strength of the Journey by Renee Miller.
Thanks to Bob Cardinal of Calhoun Realty for warmly greeting our wonderful members, and to Susan O’Neill, St Paul Fire Foundation, for filling in for Jodi who was sick. Today’s scribe was Michael-jon Pease, Park Square Theatre.
 
 

Reminder, the January 9th meeting will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton (411 Minnesota Street).

Many contend that the United States is more polarized now than ever.  While this is not true, nonetheless the United States (and Minnesota) are clearly polarized.  This talk with examine how and why the US has polarized in the last 40 years, placing special emphasis on the 2016 elections and what we can learn from it moving forward.
 
 
There will be no Club meeting on December 26th and January 2nd. The next Club meeting will be January 9th at the Doubletree (411 Minnesota St).  Happy Holidays! 
 
 
President Jerry called the meeting to order at 12:15. Chuck Field lead the club in singing "Deck the Halls" accompanied by a band consisting of Bob Jones, Joe Kovarik, Ed Coleman and President Jerry. Bob Cardinal provided an inspirational minute focused on learnings from the Civil War. Carla Hauge introduced visiting Rotarians and guests, including some potential new members. President Jerry recognized the December birthdays.
 
President Jerry reminded everyone that there will be no meetings for the next two Tuesdays.  Our next meeting will be 1/9 at the Doubletree.
 
 
President Jerry Faletti called the meeting to order at 12:16 pm. Jerry Faletti, guitar; Ed Coleman, drums; Joe Kovarik, ukulete; and Bob Jones, piano led the singing of Frosty the Snowman, accompanied by Doug Hartford, piano. Jerry Faletti asked everyone to take a Moment of Silence for long-time distinguished Rotary member Howard Guthman. Nancy McKillips introduced visiting guests of Rotarians. The greeters were Deb Vos, Patrick Brown and Linda Mulhern; the scribe was Lynne Beck.
 
Jerry announced that Thursday’s Fellowship Breakfast will be Table Topics. He thanked the Holiday Party Planning Committee – Kristin Monpetit, Jason Dekeuster, Sherry Howe, Corey Edmonds and his wife Ann. About 100 people enjoyed a fun evening. The amount raised will be announced later. He reminded us to make our donations to the Rotary Foundation and Rotary International.
 
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Rotary Club #10 ‒ Serving Saint Paul and the World

Welcome to Club 10

Rotary Club of Saint Paul

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
InterContinental Hotel
11 Kellogg Boulevard E
Saint Paul, MN  55101
United States
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Events
 
Upcoming Speakers
Terry Mattson (at DoubleTree, 411 Minnesota St)
Jan 16, 2018
St. Paul Super Bowl Events
Jim Kosmo, Author
Jan 23, 2018
Monsters in the Hallway
Paul Douglas
Feb 16, 2018
(Friday) Joint Meeting with Club 9
Rotation Day
Feb 20, 2018
Fast for Hope
Feb 27, 2018