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ROTARY WORLD AFFAIRS STUDENTS
Sep 27, 2018
WORLD AFFAIRS
Business Meeting
Oct 04, 2018
BUSINESS MEETING
Fire Fighter of the Year
Oct 11, 2018
Fire Fighter of the Year
Sue Beattie
Oct 18, 2018
Pathways to a Better Life Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation
 
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President
Secretary
Treasurer
 

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We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Holiday Inn
4601 Calumet Avenue
Manitowoc, WI  54220-9205
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Sept 6 BUSINESS MEETING
Sept 13 Ben Merens Chief Storyteller Wisconsin Blood Research Institute
Sept 20 Tom Ward Manitowoc County Lakes Association
Sept 27 ROTARY WORLD AFFAIRS STUDENTS
October 4-Business Meeting
October 11 Firefighter of the Year
October 18- Sue Beatie Pathways to a Better Life-Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation
October 25-TBA
January and February Meeting Schedule
January 4-Business Meeting
January 11-Melissa Bender Wisconsin Discovery Center
January 18-Peter Willis Progress Lakeshore
January 25-Jason Ring-Manitowoc County Tourism
February 1-Business Meeting
February 8- Police Officer of the Year
February 15-Chris Weber-Boy Scouts of America
February 22-Mary Peterson-Literacy Coordinator One to One Adult Literacy Partners
 
December 2017 Meeting Schedule
December 7-Business Meeting-Committee Updates
December 14- Christmas Program with the Lutheran High School Singers
Also December 14 we will pass the Red Kettle for Salvation Army. 
December 21-Kert Henning from Henning Cheese
December 28-Charlie Berens The Manitowoc Minute Guy!
 
October 26, 2017
Ron Kalista
speaking about his career in Rock and Roll
and the Vic Ferrari Band
October 19, 2017
Greg Buckley
City Manager of Two Rivers
and
A visit from Jim Niquette our clean water advocate.
One Rotary Summit is  Wednesday October 4, 2017 evening at 5:30 p.m. at Pine Hills Country Club, Sheboygan.
 
Oct. 5: Business Meeting with committee and team updates and more!
Don't be left out in the cold. Come to our October 5th to hear the Big Announcement of our new fund raiser, sure to melt the hearts of Manitowoc County Residences. Don't miss the big announcement at our October 5th meeting; what a great way for our club to raise cold hard cash! What am I talking about, come to our October 5th business meeting to find out! What a big breakthrough for our club's fund raising activities. Don't miss our October 5th business meeting to hear more.
 
Other Club News
Kringles Sale (in partnership with Manitowoc Sunrise Rotary) with proceeds to support the World Affairs Seminar student scholarships (order form attached and extras in your briefcase). Orders are due to our Kringle Queen, Brittany Schuh-VanderWeele by Oct. 19. Kringles will be delivered at the Oct. 26 meeting by Paula Feest from the Sunrise Club.
 
Meeting Calendar For Manitowoc Noon Rotary
September 28-Mayor Justin Nickels
October 5-Business Meeting
October 12-Firefighter of the Year
October 19-Greg Buckley, Two Rivers City Manager
October 26-Ron Kalista from the band Vic Ferrari
November 2- Business Meeting
November 9-TBA
November 16-State Senator Devin LaMahieu
November 23-No Noon Meeting Thanksgiving
November 30-No Noon Meeting 5th Thursday of the Month Evening Social
December 7-Business Meeting
December 14-Christmas Program
December 21-TBA
December 28-TBA
 
 

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Manitowoc Noon Rotary
P.O. Box 385

Manitowoc, WI 54221-0385
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Rotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self.

The Manitowoc Noon Rotary Club was formed in 1919.  Today The Manitowoc Noon Rotary Club meets every Thursday noon at The Holiday Inn in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, on Calumet Avenue. Contact us at P.O. Box 385, Manitowoc, Wi 54221  We practise the Four way Test of the things we think, say or do

First... Is it the TRUTH ?

Second. ...Is it FAIR TO ALL CONCERNED?

Third ...Will it build GOOD WILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?

Fourth ...Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

And our own Fifth rule

Fifth ...Is it FUN ?

 

Manitowoc Noon Rotary
Thursday September 7, 2017
Off Site at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum
Noon
Picnic Lunch On The Rooftop
Monthly Business Meeting
In case of rain we will meet inside the museum
See you at the place to be Thursday Noon
Manitowoc Noon Rotary
 
 
 
Bob Welnetz
April 17, 1939-August 27, 2017
A great Rotarian, a great photographer, a great man.
Bob captured all of us with his camera over the years.  He also captured our hearts with his kindness and spirit.
 
Nick Baumgartner, US Snowboard Team Olympic Medalist
 
 
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Rotary gives millions in grants to fight polio 2018

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