Speaker Date Topic
Lia Tang Mar 02, 2020
Rotary Exchange Student to Mexico

Lia just came back from a year in Mexico on exchange with Rotary with the Roseville Rotary Club as her sponsor. She is grateful to us for providing her with an amazing experience as she was able to learn and grow so much the past year. 

Tony Chiappetta Mar 09, 2020
Cyber Security
Mike Tikkanen Mar 16, 2020
Invisible Children

Former president MN Entrepreneurs Club, businessman*, and author (1000 articles & the book INVISIBLE CHILDREN, speaker (including United Nations & Prison Warden’s conference), CASA volunteer Hennepin County guardian ad-Litem, founding board member of CASAMN, CASA CARES), and Kids At Risk Action.  

Mike advocates for abused and neglected children, helping the rest of us see the profound impact the crisis of childhood trauma is having on our schools, public health, public safety and neighborhoods.   Mike will outline poor public perception & misguided policies, failures in our child protection systems, bring attention to solutions that reverse trends of generational child abuse to make our communities safer and happier places.

David Yorks Mar 23, 2020
The Warren Commission Report: Fact or Fiction

David is a life-long Lake Minnetonka resident and a retired Minnesota small business owner.  He studied American History with an emphasis on the Cold War Era.

David will focus on the major discrepancies between the 1964 Warren Commission Report, which investigated the Kennedy assassination for ten months and the report from the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Assassination in 1979, which investigated the assassination for thirty-one months.

Pam Tschida Mar 30, 2020
Fast for Hope Update
Preeti Mathur Apr 06, 2020
Indian Community in MN
Isaac Orr, Center for the American Experiment Apr 13, 2020
"Why Electricity Prices in MN Keep Skyrocketing"

Minnesota used to have some of the most affordable electricity in the entire country, but now Minnesota families pay more than the national average for their electricity and prices keep rising. Learn why Minnesota electric bills have reached new all-time highs and why this has negative implications for families, schools, hospitals, and businesses.

Isaac Orr is a Policy Fellow at Center of the American Experiment, where he writes about energy and environmental issues, including mining and electricity policy.  He has written extensively on hydraulic fracturing, frac sand mining and electricity policy, among other energy and environmental issues. His writings have appeared in The Wall Street Journal,USA Today, the New York Post, The Hill, Orange County Register, The Washington Times, and many other publications.

North Korean Exchange Student Apr 20, 2020
Hyon Kim, Author Apr 27, 2020
New Book
Patrick Mader, Author and Public Speaker May 04, 2020
MN Gold - Minnesota Olympians
MN Gold - Minnesota Olympians

Patrick “Packy” Mader has a background in education, business, and agriculture, with a professional career as an elementary teacher and is the author of six books.  He grew up on a dairy farm near St. Bonifacius, Minnesota, and has been a lifelong fan of sports at all levels leading to the creation of two 400-page nonfiction books, Minnesota Gold and More Minnesota Gold.   The new book includes Minnesota's only 5-time Olympian, world record holders in running and swimming, and how these remarkable athletes "give back" to their sport, school, and community.  He and his wife, Karen, live in Northfield, and are the parents of two children.

Club Service Day May 18, 2020
Shoreview YMCA
Memorial Day May 25, 2020
No Meeting
Deb Nygaard and David Kray Jun 22, 2020
Passing of the Gavel