Meeting Tuesday, Jan 24
6 - 7 p.m.
Hybrid - Zoom and In-Person
Milwaukee Athletic Club
758 N. Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202

January 24, 2022

Open to Rotarians and Non-Rotarians
  • Meeting Jan 24 Hybrid - IMPORTANT - will need passcode to enter meeting
  • Service - Serving dinner to Cathedral Center residents
  • Save the Date - Thursday, Feb. 23 - 6-7:30 p.m. - Zoom Mtg
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Alzheimers and Dementia - What Are We Learning and How Can We Proactively Become Dementia Friendly Communities

Learn more about the partnership between Rotary International and Alzheimer's Association.  In addition we will better understand how to become Dementia Friendly Communities and what our club and members, friends, and businesses can do, along with updates on the latest research - meds, discoveries of who gets Alzheimers, etc., Find out more on how you can be actively engaged through the Alzheimer’s / Dementia Rotary Action Group (ADRAG) and on Coins for Alzheimer’s Research Trust (CART).  
Our speaker panel includes;
Sue Kelly - Chairperson of the Shorewood Dementia Awareness Work Group, and professionally a Non-Profit Planning Consultant.
Diane Milner - Alzheimer's Association. Serving the state of Wisconsin, the Alzheimer's Association provides reliable information and care consultations; supportive services for families; educational opportunities; funding for dementia research; and advocacy efforts for public policy changes across the state.
Natraj Shanker - Rotary Club Milwaukee and Chair of Alzheimer's / Dementia Rotary Action Group Rotary District 6270.

Topic: Amigos Rotary Club Meeting -RI partnership with the Alzheimer Association 

Time: Jan 24, 2023 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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Service Project Cathedral Center
Tues, Jan 31 5:30 - 8 p.m.
Once again our club will provide for and serve a meal to the women and children residing at Cathedral Center.  For more info on how you can volunteer contact Frey Faris.  Amigos Rotarians, please let Frey know if you will be attending...friends and family are invited. We need a lot of hands to help provide the meal.  Covid testing will be conducted prior to serving the meal and masks must be worn.
If you would like to help underwrite the cost of the meal, please notify treasurer, Angela Rester.
Save the Date - 
The Faces of Rotary
Imagining Rotary Differently
 Thursday, February 23, 2023, via Zoom from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Central
Save the Date!  On this, the 117th Birthday of Rotary, join other Rotarians to gain insight and practical suggestions for “Developing Rotary So Everyone is Included” in your Club.
It’s the way to build energetic Club membership from all the communities in your Club’s region.
Growing clubs recognize that their region encompasses many sub-communities—geographic, demographic, cultural, heritage, physical capacities, romantic, religious, spiritual, and more.
Successful, innovative clubs reach out intentionally to attract the hearts and skills of everyone from everywhere in their quest to actualize the Object of Rotary—To Encourage and Foster the Ideal of Service as a Basis of Worthy Enterprise. 
Our District 6270 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and the Membership Committee have partnered to attract Rotarian experts who are living the mission.  This will be a dynamic session including Q&A with a diverse Rotarian panel moderated by Len Iaquinta of Kenosha Rotary.  Other members of the committees will be present as resources.
Rotary has a rich history and legacy of community and international service. We’ve nearly eradicated polio from the planet to protect the world’s children. Yet our leaders within Clubs, Districts, Regions, and Internationally have appealed to us to grow our membership, to retain our current members, and to continue the Great Work—the Object of Rotary.
Without diverse membership from a true cross-section of our communities, humanitarian projects locally and globally will surely fall short of their goals if not whither entirely.
“Developing Rotary So Everyone is Included” will enable your Club to continue working towards world peace, to shine the light of knowledge and awareness in your communities, to address areas of need and to effect change. 
Join us February 23rd and help us look together at ways to Reimagine Rotary for our growth, strength, viability, and sustainability.
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