Rotation Day is Tuesday, February 20th.  We will not have a regular meeting on this day.  Instead, three Club 10 members will host fellow club members at their place of business. So, please plan on joining fellow Rotations at an “off-site” location.

For more information or to register, click on the link below for the location of your choice. This will take you directly to the registration page for that host site. Please pre-register as some sites have limited space.

What is Rotation Day?
When Paul Harris founded Rotary in 1905, meetings were held at the members’ place of business – rotating from member  company to member company – hence the name “Rotary.”  For our club, Rotation Day is an event which brings us back to our “roots” and gives us the opportunity to gain new insights into the vocational challenges and business issues which are unique to our fellow Rotarians.

RSVP today for the Joint Meeting with Minneapolis #9, which replaces our Tuesday, February 13th meeting. Guests are welcome!


Paul Douglas is a nationally respected meteorologist with over 40 years of television and radio experience. A serial entrepreneur, Douglas is Senior Meteorologist and Founder of Media Logic Group. Douglas and a team of meteorologists provide weather services for various media and corporate interests at Praedictix. Developers and engineers create unique streams of weather data, imagery and API’s via AerisWeather. He files print and online updates for Star Tribune and co-hosts a radio program with Jordana Green weekdays from 3-6 PM on WCCO Radio. His speaking engagements take him around the Midwest with a message of continuous experimentation and reinvention. He is the public face of “SAVE”, Suicide Awareness, Voices of Education, based in Bloomington. He has two sons; Paul and his wife of 34 years live in the western suburbs of Minneapolis.​


Join your fellow Club Members on the bus chartered to bring us from St. Paul to the Joint Meeting in Minneapolis. For only $10, you can avoid the hassle of parking. Rumor has it, this fellowship time may include a sing-along! There will be two pick-up spots - one downtown and another near downtown with free parking. Follow the link below to sign-up for the Bus.



President Jerry Faletti called the meeting to order at 12:15 p.m.
New song leader Mindee Kastellic led members in a rousing rendition of George M. Cohen’s “Grand Old Flag” accompanied by a special trio of Joe Kvarik, Jerry Faletti, Ed Coleman and Bob Jones.
Past President John Andrews offered the well-loved poem “Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep” in memory of Alan Geisenkoetter, Jr, the 8-year-old boy who was struck by an intoxicated snowmobiler last week on a Chisago County lake.
NEW MEMBER Ken Schaefer, Drake Bank, introduced visiting Rotarians and Guests.
President’s Remarks:
Thanks to today’s greeters, Al Zdrazil and Bill Collins, and to scribe Michael-jon Pease.
Thursday’s Fellowship meeting will feature “table topics.”

Century College President Angelia Millender will present on the significant role of community and technical colleges in today’s changing world. She will highlight the innovative work being accomplished at Century College to address the challenges facing community and technical colleges. She will also share how Century College is positioning itself to be a leader in the areas of workforce development, transfer and student success.

The 2018 Winter Carnival Royalty joined Club 10 members at the weekly luncheon. Special guest Dan Stoltz, President of Spire Credit Union, recounted the story of resurrecting this year’s Ice Palace from the set back of apparent failure and five management lessons learned from the experience. Past Members who served as Boreas Rex, Carnival Prime Ministers and Princes and Princesses were also recognized. It was a regal day at the Tuesday luncheon.

The newly crowned 2018 Royal Family will visit the Club and we'll hear from Dan Stoltz, President/CEO, SPIRE about the 2018 Ice Palace. 

Since 1886, the Saint Paul Winter Carnival continues to bring family-friendly events and community pride to Saint Paul and the Twin Cities metro area.The Saint Paul Winter Carnival is the oldest winter festival in the United States. Several Eastern newspaper correspondents kindled the start of the Winter Carnival by visiting Saint Paul in the fall of 1885 and returning home to report that Minnesota, in general, was another Siberia, unfit for human habitation. A group of business owners decided to retaliate by creating a wintertime festival which would showcase all the beauty of Minnesota winters.  Today, the Saint Paul Winter Carnival attracts over 250,000 visitors a year and has an approximately $2 – $3 million dollar economic impact to the city of St. Paul and the State of Minnesota.

President Jerry Faletti, Lethert,Skwira, Schultz,  convened the meeting at the InterContinental Hotel St. Paul. Dr. Bob Jones provided the pre-meeting music and opening song lead by David Laird, MPC,. Nancy Brady, Neighborhood House, reminded members of the number of children and families in the world living on less than $2.00 in the inspirational address. Micheal-Jon Pease, Park Square Theatre, lead introductions of guests and visiting Rotarians. President Jerry thanked meeting volunteers, Greeters  Al Zdrazil, MN Attorney General Office, ret. and Jonah Yang, Executive Protection Group, and Scribe: Trixie Golberg, Lifetrack. Thursday’s Fellowship meeting will include a conversation on future meeting structure and location all members are invited to share thoughts with Chuck Standfuss, Protocol 46. Jerry announced January Birthdays, as included in this week’s Hub, and thanked David Dominick, St. Paul YMCA, for the homemade cupcakes.  

All members are invited and encouraged to attend this year’s Joint Minneapolis Club 9 Meeting on Feb 16th in Minneapolis.  It’s a unique Club 10 tradition that will add to your Rotary network with a great program by Paul Douglas.  We are organizing a bus for those who would enjoy the opportunity for some bonus fellowship and avoid driving and parking.  Please sign up online.  Member cost is $10. Lunch is included in your membership dues. Next week’s program will be another great tradition with a visit from the Winter Carnival Royalty.  Rotary and Winter Carnival have a deep history and continues to have many members active in this St. Paul celebration of cold and community.  Be sure to bring your guests for his fun Carnival Week event!
President Jerry announced and introduced the 2018-2019 Club Officer and Board member nominees:  
  • President: Trixie Golberg
  • Vice President: John Chandler
  • Secretary: Chuck Standfuss
  • Treasurer: Steve Gerber
  • Sergeant-at-Arms: Laurie Murphy
  • Director Emeritus: Al Zdrazil
  • Director: Bill Collins
  • Director: Bob Cardinal
  • Director: Cindy Shiely
  • Director: Elyssa Weber
  • Director: Lindsay Weier
  • Director: Susan O'Neil
When award-winning author Jim Kosmo was ten, his father set the family’s house on fire before departing for the early shift at the tire factory in Eau Claire, Wisc. His father’s imaginary friend told him to do it. Kosmo, his sister and his mother escaped, but their cat, Tippy, died. His father went to the insane asylum for 27 years. Two years after the fire, Kosmo was sexually assaulted by his Boy Scout leader.
Somehow, he dealt with these childhood monsters, and a couple of bullies who did their best to humiliate and bruise him at school. Eventually, he moved forward to a successful life as husband, father, journalist, town mayor, and business leader.  Drawing on more than 70 years of good times and bad times, Kosmo wrote Monsters in the Hallway, a fictional murder mystery that delves into the challenges of mental illness, childhood sexual assault, and bullying. 
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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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Upcoming Speakers
Rotation Day
Feb 20, 2018
Fast for Hope
Feb 27, 2018