Speakers
Jennifer Brown
Jul 24, 2017
Elderbridge Agency on Aging
Steve Hergenreter
Jul 31, 2017
Fort Dodge Fire Chief
Steve Hoesel
Aug 07, 2017
Behind the Iron Curtain 28 Years Later
Monthly Board Meeting
Aug 14, 2017
Monthly Board Meeting
Sep 11, 2017
District 5970 Governor
Oct 02, 2017
Monthly Board Meeting
Oct 09, 2017
Monthly Board Meeting
Nov 13, 2017
Monthly Board Meeting
Dec 11, 2017
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
President Nominee
Immediate Past President
Executive Secretary
Co-Treasurer
Co-Treasurer
Floundation Chair
Board of Director to 2018
Board of Director to 2018
Board of Director to 2018
Board of Director to 2019
Board of Director to 2019
Board of Director to 2019
Board of Director to 2020
Board of Director to 2020
Board of Director to 2020
 
 
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Eleven of the 24 Summer Interns working through the Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance's program in conjunction with area businesses visited Rotary on Monday.  Each Intern introduced themselves, their status in college, programs of study, and who they are working for this summer.  This program has become highly successful and primarily works on "word of mouth" referrals through local contacts.  Some Interns did search-out the program to apply.  The key ingredient is a "real world" working experience rather than remedial activities.  The program was introduced by Maddie O'Brien who is an intern with the Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance and is a coordinator for the program.  Elements are:
  1. Each month all interns are brought to a "Lunch and Learn" program as they are introduced to the Fort Dodge area.  Other activities include a variety of capacity building for social and business skills;
  2. Practical training in work dynamics;
  3. Get together socials
  4. A round table of tours of intern work sites.
On a personal note you can find in the accompanying picture Anna Yung, daughter of Rotarian Kirk Yung.  Perhaps we should give a Rotary award for anybody contacting Steve by Email through the Website's Email Program and correctly identifying her.
 
The following have volunteered to provide the weekly invocation as our meetings start.  If you are unable to make your assigned schedule please contact a substitute that will then check-in with the President prior to the meeting.
 
July 24 - John Metier
July 31 - Randy Kuhlman
 
August 7 - Julie Thorson
August 14 - Rhonda Fitchett
August 21 - David Fierke
August 28 - Linda Smith
 
September 4 - Labor Day - No Meeting
September 11 - Dave Beekman
September 18 -
September 25 -
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Minutes and/or Financial Reports for the 2017 Rotary Year have been posted to the members only section of the Website and are available for viewing by accessing the Members Only Section.  In addition, a budget proposal is included.
 
 
Randy Kuhlman appeared in the monthly edition of the "Messenger's" "Fort Dodge Business Review" with the Greater Fort Dodge Community Foundation and United Way's monthly article.  This month Randy touted the ability to greatly enhance community needs through philanthropy and planned giving back to your community.
 
Rotarian Amy Bruno appeared on the front page of the Friday "Messenger" with an article touting how the Fort Dodge United Way has benefited by an Amazon.com program that provides funds proportional to purchases to area not for profit organizations.
 
Rotarian Todd McCubbin was pictured in Sunday's "Messenger" providing to the Fort Dodge Public Library a check for $750.  The money was proceeds made from the sale of a special brew by Shiny Top Brewing called Overdue.  A very good name to honor the Fort Dodge Public Library.
 
Rotarian Casey Johnson appeared in picture twice in the Monday edition of the "Messenger."  Casey had the honor of presenting the trophies to the winners of the City Golf Tournament held over the weekend.  Other than being hot, it was a lovely weekend.
 
Rotary is a service organization comprised of community leaders of various professions dedicated to humanitarian causes locally and throughout the world.  The club budgets funds annually for a variety of local causes that may be made available for requests made throughout the year for which the Board of Directors may want to support.  To make application for funds please use the following application format found over two sections of this applet.  When completed please scan your application narrative and send to Fort Dodge Rotary, Box 935, Fort Dodge, Iowa  50501 .  The first page of the application appears below and the second is found by clicking on the "read more" applet. 
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