Speakers
Patricia Dodge and Lori Fure
Dec 12, 2019
Manitowoc Cty Human Services-Agency Response to opiod crisis
Lincoln High School Singers
Dec 19, 2019
Holiday/Christmas Program Red Kettle Day
Business Meeting
Jan 02, 2020
Jill Hennessey
Jan 09, 2020
Workforce Education
Chris Gilbert
Jan 16, 2020
Core Treatment Services
Off Site Meeting YMCA
Jan 23, 2020
YMCA
Business Meeting
Feb 06, 2020
Rick Carey
Feb 13, 2020
Two Rivers Cobblestone Hotel Development
Donna Firman
Feb 27, 2020
Prevent Suicide Manitowoc County
 
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Public Image Chair
 

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Manitowoc Noon Rotary Schedule December 2019-February 2020
December 5- Business Meeting
December12-Patricia Dodge and Lori Fure Manitowoc County Human Services Agency Response to opioid Crisis
December 19-Red Kettle Day and Christmas songs with Lincoln High School Singers
December 26 NO MEETING
January 2-Business Meeting
January 9-Jill Hennessey-Workforce Education
January 16- Chris Gilbert Core Treatment Services
January 23 Off Site Meeting at the YMCA
January 30-5th Thursday of the Month Evening Social with Trivia Guests Welcome
February 6-Business Meeting
February 13-Rick Carey-Two Rivers Cobblestone Hotel Development
February 20- Police Officer of the Year
February 27-Donna Firman-Prevent Suicide and Zero Suicide
 
September 5-Business Meeting
September 12 Alyssa Neff Miller Area DNR Warden
September 19- Rep. Paul Tittl  25th Assembly District
September 26-Worl Affairs Students
 
October 3-Business Meeting
October 10-Firefighter of the Year
October 17-Take 5's
 David Diedrich
Rachele Bakic
Kyle Bryntensen
 
October 24-Mark Holzman Manitowoc Public School District
October 31-Noon Meeting  Jim Brey Manitowoc County Board Chair
 
 
June 2019 Meeting Schedule
June 6-Business Meeting, Visit by Glen Grothman and Scholarship winners
June 13-Brett Norelle-Holy Family Memorial Hospital
June 20-NO NOON MEETING  100th Anniversary Celebration at The CCC
see details below
June 27-Changing of the Guard
May 2- Business Meeting
May 9-Take 5's
May 16-Chris Gilbert Lead Pastor Connection Church
May 23- Belinda Esquinas-The Crossing
May 30-5th Thursday of the Month-No Noon Meeting
At Tapped on the Lakeshore
 
March 2019
March 7-Business Meeting
March 14 Tina Nichols Director of Operations Lakeshore Humane society
March 21 TBA
March 28 Jeff Edgar Silver Creek Nurseries
February Schedule
February 7 Business Meeting
February 14 Police Officer and Citizen of the Year
Guests are welcome.  See invite below.
February 21 Bob Ziegelbauer County Executive
February 28 Kourtney Pelot-United Way of Manitowoc County
 
 
January 10-Take 5's-Learn about your fellow Rotarians
Scheduled are Bill Dean, John Zimmer and Lori Kirby
 
January 17-Julie Rohrer, Wisconsin Singers and Jim Fuhs' Grand-daughter
 
 
January 24- Glen Tellock
 
 
Glen Tellock is President and CEO of Lakeside Foods which is headquartered in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Founded in 1887, Lakeside Foods is a privately held, industry leading international food processor. Lakeside has headquarters in Manitowoc, WI, as well as thirteen Plants and Distribution Centers in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ohio and employs an average of 1,700 people. Lakeside produces a diverse line of nutritional food products including canned and frozen vegetables, canned and frozen dry beans, canned meats, organic products, frozen dessert whipped toppings, pet food, and other products manufactured for major private label and branded companies.
Glen is the first non family member to lead Lakeside Foods. He joined Lakeside Foods in 2016 after a successful 24 year career at the Manitowoc Company. During those 24 years, he served as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, President & General Manager of the Manitowoc Crane Group, Senior Vice President & Officer of The Manitowoc Company, Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Controller, and Director of Accounting.
 
January 31-5th Thursday of the Month
 
 
 
 
MANITOWOC NOON ROTARY DECEMBER SCHEDULE
December 6-Business Meeting with Past President Lori Kirby
December 13- Collen Homb Director Lakeshore CAP
December 20- Holiday Program-Red Kettle Day for Salvation Army and Roncalli High School Singers
December 27- Stuart Olson-Navy Assignment in Seattle
NOVEMBER 2018 SCHEDULE
NOVEMBER 1 BUSINESS MEETING
NOVEMBER 8 PAUL CARLSON LTC PRESIDENT
NOVEMBER 15 OFFICER NICK PLACE AND K-9 OFFICER MAJOR
NOVEMBER 22 THANKSGIVING NO NOON MEETING
NOVEMBER 29 5TH THURSDAY OF THE MONTH
Date:  11/29/18
Location: Knox’s Silver Valley
Rotary 5th Thursday - Casual Social
Time: 5pm – 7pm
1 Drink Ticket
Light Snacks  (Cheese/Sausage/Crackers)
  • Silver Vally is serving to the public so people could order meals on their own if they want.   
Agenda:   Stocking Stuffer Collection & Rotarian Social
Ideas: $5 Gift Cards, Socks, Gloves, Chapsticks, Winter Hats
Beneficiary:  DVC/In-Courage
January and February Meeting Schedule
January 4-Business Meeting
January 11-Melissa Bender Wisconsin Discovery Center
January 18-Peter Willis Progress Lakeshore
January 25-Jason Ring-Manitowoc County Tourism
February 1-Business Meeting
February 8- Police Officer of the Year
February 15-Chris Weber-Boy Scouts of America
February 22-Mary Peterson-Literacy Coordinator One to One Adult Literacy Partners
 
December 2017 Meeting Schedule
December 7-Business Meeting-Committee Updates
December 14- Christmas Program with the Lutheran High School Singers
Also December 14 we will pass the Red Kettle for Salvation Army. 
December 21-Kert Henning from Henning Cheese
December 28-Charlie Berens The Manitowoc Minute Guy!
 
October 26, 2017
Ron Kalista
speaking about his career in Rock and Roll
and the Vic Ferrari Band
October 19, 2017
Greg Buckley
City Manager of Two Rivers
and
A visit from Jim Niquette our clean water advocate.
One Rotary Summit is  Wednesday October 4, 2017 evening at 5:30 p.m. at Pine Hills Country Club, Sheboygan.
 
Oct. 5: Business Meeting with committee and team updates and more!
Don't be left out in the cold. Come to our October 5th to hear the Big Announcement of our new fund raiser, sure to melt the hearts of Manitowoc County Residences. Don't miss the big announcement at our October 5th meeting; what a great way for our club to raise cold hard cash! What am I talking about, come to our October 5th business meeting to find out! What a big breakthrough for our club's fund raising activities. Don't miss our October 5th business meeting to hear more.
 
Other Club News
Kringles Sale (in partnership with Manitowoc Sunrise Rotary) with proceeds to support the World Affairs Seminar student scholarships (order form attached and extras in your briefcase). Orders are due to our Kringle Queen, Brittany Schuh-VanderWeele by Oct. 19. Kringles will be delivered at the Oct. 26 meeting by Paula Feest from the Sunrise Club.
 
Meeting Calendar For Manitowoc Noon Rotary
September 28-Mayor Justin Nickels
October 5-Business Meeting
October 12-Firefighter of the Year
October 19-Greg Buckley, Two Rivers City Manager
October 26-Ron Kalista from the band Vic Ferrari
November 2- Business Meeting
November 9-TBA
November 16-State Senator Devin LaMahieu
November 23-No Noon Meeting Thanksgiving
November 30-No Noon Meeting 5th Thursday of the Month Evening Social
December 7-Business Meeting
December 14-Christmas Program
December 21-TBA
December 28-TBA
 
 

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