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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Jul 24, 2018
Northern Star Scouting was organized in the same year as Saint Paul Rotary #10, and even in the same building in downtown Saint Paul.  The two organizations have been deeply connected since that time, and both are caught up in a rapidly changing world with regard to what it means to belong, with regard to the American tradition of civic engagement, and how we communicate our relevance in a very noisy world.
 
Scout Executive/CEO John Andrews will speak about how Northern Star Scouting’s board of directors is leading through change, as traditional offices are converted to a camp, the organization expands programs for girls and families, and concerns grow about how parents find transformative and holistic experiential learning for their children.
Jul 18, 2018
Club Meeting Highlights
 
At 12:15 PM, our new Club President John Chandler called his first club meeting to order welcoming sixty awesome fellow Rotarians and guests followed by a round of great singing of “God Bless America” led by Rotarian Dick Nicholson accompanied by well-known pianist Rotarian Bob Jones.
 
Rotarian Elyssa Weber provided an excellent inspirational minute.  Rotarian Mindee Kastelic took over the microphone doing an enthusiastic job of introducing Rotarians and guests.
 
President John Chandler shouted out thanks to Rotarians Deb Katzmark and Laurie Murphy for making members and guests feel welcome as they served as greeters for the meeting.  Rotarian Dave Dominick utilized his note taking skills to take meeting minutes.
 
Presidential remarks were given by President John Chandler.  His remarks included highlights from the July board meeting.  President Chandler shared his elevator speech and indicated that the board is focusing on membership and the identification of a Club Vice President candidate.  The board did approve the Rondo Project with more information about the project being sent to club members.  President Chandler updated the club on the JOHNBO Meter contest.  The meter is up to two.  Throughout the year, our President will keep track of how many times Bo Aylin will be recognized as John Chandler.  All Rotarians are invited to participate in the contest.  Prizes will be awarded at end of the year.
 
Past President Chuck Whitaker invited Immediate Past President Jerry Faletti’s friends to attend his upcoming roast and toast set for July 25 from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm held in the Ratskeller at Summit Brewing Company.  Cost per person is $45.
 
Rotarian Sherry Howe encouraged club members to attend Rotarian Trixie Golberg’s farewell celebration on July 18th from 5 – 7 PM at the Great Waters Brewing Company.
 
New Rotarian Tally Venjohn of the Children’s MN Hospital and Clinics Foundations was introduced to the club and presented some fabulous new member gifts.