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Member Birthdays
Amy Erkenbrack
May 1
 
Cheryl Morton
May 11
 
Gary Voegele
May 29
 
Shanen Corlett
May 29
 
Clint Spohn
June 13
 
Marshall Cook
June 17
 
Tim Roche
June 23
 
Join Date
Adam Amys
May 15, 2019
2 years
 
Lowell Collman
May 15, 2013
8 years
 
Nathaniel Bliss
May 15, 2019
2 years
 
George "Skip" Thaler
May 18, 2016
5 years
 
Kathy Hughitt
May 18, 2006
15 years
 
Doug Anderson
May 24, 2001
20 years
 
GARY JENOS
June 1, 1987
34 years
 
Katy Uzpen
June 10, 2015
6 years
 
Marshall Cook
June 11, 2001
20 years
 
Gregory Moore
June 19, 2013
8 years
 
CRAIG MANSON
June 26, 2003
18 years
 
Russell Hampton
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Lakeville, MN 55044-7103
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REFLECTION SCHEDULE:


April 22 -
April 29 - Jim Christian
May 6 - Colleen LaBeau
May 13 - Paul Marzahn
May 20 - 
May 27 - 
June 3 - Bob Bayer
June 10 - Colleen LaBeau

Please let Kathy know if you would like to be scheduled to give an Invocation/Reflection or Master at Arms at an upcoming meeting.

OR visit our Signup Genius signup page, https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b054ea4af2fa4fe3-meeting  to volunteer at an upcoming meeting!


MASTER AT ARMS

April 22 - Jim Christian
April 29 - 
May 6 - Colleen LaBeau
May 13 - Paul Marzahn
May 20 - 
May 27 - 
June 3- 
June 10 - Colleen LaBeau

Please let Kathy know if you would like to be scheduled to give an Invocation/Reflection or Master at Arms at an upcoming meeting.

OR visit our Signup Genius signup page, https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b054ea4af2fa4fe3-meeting  to volunteer at an upcoming meeting!

 

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“Shared Interest Defeating Self-interest”
 
Jeff Mortensen
 
Speaker Jeff Mortensen, CEO 360 Communities spoke at our Club meeting today. Jeff started with drawing parallels of his experience with the COVID-19 Pandemic to that of his family's experience at the April 15, 2013, Boston Marathon Bombing.  Where they found the need to access the tools, resources, and data they had at their disposal and rely on the collective wisdom of their group. He noticed during that event two actions from the crowd. People that moved away and people that moved toward the conflict.
 
Jeff acknowledged Laurie Bolin and other leadership team members of 360 Communities because they are the team in the position of deciding who needs to run toward and who needs to run away. They have created guide rails for staff and let those people lead and make decisions on the front line.  Jeff shared that one key is to communicate, communicate, communicate and believe in your team.
 
Amidst all that is happening they are seeing “Shared Interest Defeating Self-interest” and are inspired by daily examples within the community using 360 as a vehicle.
 
Jeff acknowledged Lakeville community stepping up to help with using as an example Menasha assisting with the need for boxes.
 
Areas of concern:
  • Domestic and sexual violence work which is being connected remotely by phone. 360 Communities anticipate that the need for these services will increase with the introduction of more stress in the home.
  • Lewis House Shelters are staying open with a modified shift for staff.
  • Food Shelf - Moved to a prepacked food shelf model depending on family size and dietary needs.
How can we help –
 
Financial donations are the easiest and safest way to support our neighbors in need.
 
Additional information will be passed along via email as it becomes available.
 
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COVID-19 Community Support
 
 
 
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Lakeville Restaurants-COVID 19
 
COVID-19 Lakeville Area Restaurants Updates - Click Here
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Volunteers work to keep the community of Kingston, Ontario, healthy and safe.

 

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Club Makeup's

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District 5960 and when Clubs meet:
All make ups must be reported within two (2) weeks of the Club meeting that was missed.
Email make ups to Laurie Bolin, lbolin@360communities.org
Lakeville Rotary Club
PO Box 433
Lakeville, MN 55044