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 of America
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Mar 19, 2019
In honor of World Rotaract Week, Lisa Chesko, President of Twin Cities Rotaract, will present on her Club's mission, service projects and membership.
 
Twin Cities Rotaract is a young professional organization focused on helping 18-35 year olds connect with their community and the Rotary world, develop into principled leaders, and participate in impactful service projects. Their club holds meetings twice per month in the evening, and monthly service projects with different organizations throughout the community, as well as choosing an annual partnering non-profit to fundraise for. Currently, their partnering non-profit is the American Refugee Committee, and they are striving to help implement a second Rotaract club in one of the refugee settlements in Uganda.
Mar 13, 2019

At 12:15 pm on March 12th, President John Chandler called the meeting to order at the Intercontinental Hotel. Laurie Murphy lead the club in the Pledge of Allegiance and as part of the invocation quoted Helen Keller, “Optimism, the faith to lead to achievement”. Sherry Howe introduced a number of guests, including Peter Grayson, a former president of the club and father to current member, James Grayson. Linda Mulhern was the scribe for the meeting and Susan O’Neil greeted members as they arrived.

The meeting was a reminder for all members of the role of women within Rotary. In 1987, the Supreme Court decision ruled that Rotary could not discriminate based on gender. Lindsay Moser talked about 1905 being the start of Rotary, but even in 1964, with Bob Dylan’s song, “The Times, They are a-changin”, Rotary was not yet inclusive for women. Luckily, Club #10 has had women included with the club since 1989, including Carolyn Brusseau, who later became president in 1994-95, Nancy McKillips who became president in 2005-06 and Carla Hauge in 2015-16, as well as our administrators, Sherry Howe and Jodi Erickson.

 
 
 
 
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