Speaker Date Topic
Club Assembly Jun 02, 2020
Fundraising in a COVID-19 world

This is a club business meeting to share and discuss fundraising opportunities for the 2020-21 Rotary year. Bingo at the Slice of Shoreview is already canceled. We usually raiss $1,200-$1,500 at this event. There is a strong possibility that Taste of the Hops will also be canceled or will be required to operate in some other manner. The money we raise in a given Rotary year is what we use to fund service projects that year. Bring your ideas to this meeting and be prepared to contribute to the discussion.

DG Tiffany Ervin Jun 09, 2020
Adventures in Service
Adventures in Service

Tiffany Ervin is District 7670 (western North Carolina) Governor for 2019-20  popularly known as the ‘Rotary Geek’.Tiffany is an award-winning spokesperson, keynote speaker and television/radio host. She brings professionalism, enthusiasm and inspiration to your event through her presentations and interactive seminars. As a social media influencer and brand ambassador, she can help improve your organization’s image through radio, television, print advertising, social media and public appearances.

Maryna Daw and Tony Turgeon Jun 16, 2020
Real estate in the COVID-19 world

These two club members will talk about the impact of COVID-19 on the real estate world. How the early days went, what accomodations have happeded over the past few months, and what the future world might look like.

Patty Hall Jun 23, 2020
Adventures in Africa
Adventures in Africa

Patty Hall is a White Bear Lake Rotarian and founder of International non-profit, H2O for Life. Patty led a group of White Bear Lake Rotarians on a trip to Kenya followed by a 7 day climb to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Today she’ll share how she trained and geared up for this once in a lifetime experience.  

Meg Duhr Jun 30, 2020
Combatting the spread of aquatic invasive species in Minnesota
Combatting the spread of aquatic invasive species in Minnesota

Meg Duhr is with Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center at the University of Minnesota. Meg spent much of her career with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in the remote Northwest Hawaiian Islands managing habitat and biology programs and battling island invasives of the plant, rodent, and avian varieties. Since 2017, Meg served as the Integrated Pest Management Specialist for the Mid-Columbia River National Wildlife Refuge Complex in Eastern Washington where she coordinated invasive species control across eight Refuges and two military properties. She has a B.A. in Women’s and Gender Studies from Macalester College and a B.S. in Wildlife Science from Oregon State University.