Meeting Recap - March 7, 2023
  • March 21 – Club meeting at 7:30 a.m. at the Mounds View Community Center
  • April 2 – (Sunday) Rotarians and friends fill Easter eggs with jelly beans
  • April 4- Club meeting at noon, at the Mounds View Community Center, 11 a.m. Board meeting; (The Exchange is unavailable.)
  • April 8 – (Saturday) Easter Egg Hunt signature event
  • April 18 – CPY Luncheon/Club meeting at Christ the King Lutheran Church
  • April 21 – Gold Plate Dinner
  • April 22 – Paul Fournier memorial
Devin Massopust, New Brighton City Manager, was inducted as the primary member under the City’s corporate membership. Welcome!  Devin and Membership Director Cindy Carlson are shown below
John Johnson (PHF+1) and Dana Rebelein(PHF+8) were awarded Paul Harris Plus pins for contributions to The Rotary Foundation over and above those for their initial PH Fellowships.  See photos below.
Paul Jacobsen, John Johnson, Ed James, Jason Miller, Jeff Benson, Geoff Hollimon, Cindy Carlson, John Ordway, and Dana Rebelein were recognized as members of the Polio Plus Society and received special pins recognizing Polio Plus contributions made during a special D-5960 appeal last Fall. 
The Club has acquired some beautiful signs displaying the 4-way test. Let Jason know if you have a place to display one. Some will be displayed at our Rotary community events.  They are just $5 and come with a metal support for easy display.
After April 4, all regular Club meetings will be at noon at The Exchange on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the months
Invitations to our only fundraiser and major community social event, the Gold Plate Dinner, are now available (you can find them in a recent email from Cindy Carlson).  Each ticket includes one raffle ticket and meals for two. Only 75 will be sold. Price is still $170 per ticket.
Members – keep track of your Rotarian volunteer hours for RI.
Today's Speaker:
Jamie Kagol, KARE 11 weekend meteorologist, was another great program, brought in by John Johnson.  Jamie was raised in St. Anthony Village and interned in Mankato before traveling around the country to work in diverse regions reporting on extreme weather events, including mountain snowstorms, tropical storms, desert heat and monsoons. He found his way back to Minnesota in December.
Jamie makes his own forecasts, studying mathematical models and the available “data overload,” including satellite data. Jamie works alone on weekends and with one of the other forecasters on weekday afternoons.  Jamie and John are sh  
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