HERO is involved in providing thought leadership in the field of employee health management through its Think Tank comprised of business leaders from the corporate, university, health plan/health system, consulting and wellness services provider communities. In addition, HERO facilitates research coordinated by its research committee represented by many of the leading experts in the field.
For nearly a century Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota has been serving the people of Minnesota, beginning in 1919 when the state’s first “Goodwill Bargain Store” provided work opportunities for people with low income in Saint Paul. Throughout its history, its services have evolved to meet the changing needs of participants and community.
Each year District 5960 observes “Fast for Hope” where clubs are asked to forego their usual hearty luncheon and “fast” on a more meager meal of soup and bread. The difference in the cost of these meals goes to support the district Fast for Hope program.
Saint Paul Rotary will hold its sixth annual food packing event to support Feed My Starving Children on April 25 and 26 at Summit Brewery in Saint Paul. Our goal is 125,000 meals. Packing shifts are two hours in length and are available Saturday morning and afternoon and Sunday morning and afternoon. Both individuals and groups may sign up to pack food.
Watch the club website. Registration will open soon.
In each decade there are four World Fairs, often called Expos, held somewhere on the planet. This year's Expo is in Milan and the theme is food and feeding the planet. Minnesota is preparing a bid to host the 2023 Expo around the theme "Healthy People, Healthy Planet" . This presentation will look at the many opportunities that hosting the 10-12 million people who will come to visit during the summer of 2023 and highlight the work of a number of community and business organizations working to make this happen.
With a renewed focus on Greater Minnesota already emerging as one of the themes of the 2015 legislative session, Bob Hoffman will present some of the challenges AND the significant opportunities in Greater Minnesota.
The February 3, 2015 the Saint Paul Club 10 meeting was called to order by President John Guthmann at 12:15 after a lively pre-meeting jazz piano performance by Bob Jones. Kristin Montpetin and Carol Bufton were thanked for serving as meeting Greeters. Carol Bufton also shared the invocation.
One of the biggest challenges facing science and technology companies here in Minnesota is access to highly skilled talent. Local companies in these fields often report that they have a hard time identifying candidates with the right mix of skills to fill open positions. Hear from MHTA President & CEO Margaret Anderson Kelliher about what MHTA and its partners are doing to help bridge this STEM skills gap.
Judge John Guthmann gaveled the gathering to order at 12:17 sharp, despite the distractions of two dozen adults in costume at the head table and long lines of Rotarians still at the buffet.