April 4 2022

County Health Department Update
According to the CDC's guidelines, individuals in communities at a low level should stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines and get tested if you have symptoms, but do not need to wear a mask indoors in public. However, additional precautions may be needed for people at high risk for severe illness. People may choose to mask at any time. If you have been exposed to COVID-19 or test positive, we ask that you follow the CDC guidelines for quarantining/isolating
This Week at Rotary: Nancy Mueller, Classification Talk
Nancy Mueller will share her story. I am hoping to hear about her aerospace engineering adventures (think submarines), her side of the story of how she and Paul met, her teaching endeavors, and how she continues to work to make this a better world through her volunteer involvement - but we will all have to wait to hear what she shares!
Last Week at Rotary: Richard Trietley, Joe Gow, and Roger Stanford: University COVID Challenges

Richard Trietley, President of Viterbo University, Joe Gow, President of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, and Roger Stanford, President of Western Technical College each shared what has been challenging at their university through these last 2 COVID years and what some bright spots are that they are seeing as they move forward. This was a chance for the club members to get a better idea of what it has been like to run a university during the pandemic.

Upcoming Speakers
Apr 07, 2022
Classification Talk
Apr 21, 2022
What Science Knows About Climate Change and How Worried Should We Be?
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Meal for This Week

The meal will be salmon and rice pilaf.
Milk and iced tea will be available for you to pick up at the north bar as you find your seat. Cargill Room staff will also be happy to deliver a glass of milk or iced tea to you while they're serving the meal. 
Note: If you prefer to keep your mask on during the entire meeting, you will be provided a box to prepare your tacos in to take home with you.

Update: CDC Guidelines

Great News! COVID conditions have improved significantly over the last month in our community and across the country. The CDC has updated their guidance on masking and other risk mitigation strategies. Under the new guidance from the CDC, face masks are now considered optional and universal masking is no longer recommended for areas experiencing low COVID risk

The Board of Directors voted today to continue in-person meetings and to continue to offer a ZOOM option. However, since the risks posed by COVID have fallen significantly, we will not be offering a meal opt-out option for quarter four (April - June) as had been offered previously due to COVID concerns. Club members may request a Leave of Absence if needed, in accordance with our bylaws.

Buy a Bucket/Bring a Bucket
Spring Cleaning Drive
How to support:
  1. Drop off items before a club meeting April 7th.
  2. Purchase a bucket it and fill it with specific needs (see flyer attached)
  3. Bring a bucket with a cash donation
  4. Contribute online through Hope Restores or The Exchange
Kids Coulee 
Clean Up Day - 
April 9 from 9am-Noon
LaCrosse River Clean Up: Volunteers Needed
The Environmental Committee and Rotary Board encourage you to participate in the La Crosse River Clean Up on Saturday, May 7th from 8 am to noon.    This is a great activity to help take care of our wonderful river and surrounding environment.  This helps keep our river clean and prevents trash from polluting our oceans.     
There will be four start/collection sites:
  • Goose Island, west landing
  • 7th Street landing in La Crosse
  • Clinton Street West Landing on the Black River
  • Fred Funk Landing on Brice’s Prairie
At these four sites, volunteers will receive trash bags and gloves, then move out on the water, along shorelines, and through neighborhood streets near the river to collect trash and return it to the landings to be properly disposed of. Wear proper clothing and expect them to get wet and dirty. Thank you for considering!
Rotary at the La Crosse Loggers !!
Copeland Park Home Opener
La Crosse Loggers vs. Eau Claire Express
Tuesday, May 31st
    Buffet Picnic from 5:30 p.m. thru 3rd Inning.
Rain or Shine, Hot or Chilly
Picnic is under the tent!
Cost $23 Adult
Children 3 – 12 are $15
Under 3 are FREE
Season Ticket Holder: deduct $10/ticket
Click the link below
for a full flyer with details
Mobile Clinic Vehicle Wrap
A thank you goes out to  Kathy Van Kirk, Sam Przywojski, Steve O'Malley, and Dean Dickinson for sharing the unveiling of the vehicle wrap at our  last meeting.
Eric Olson from Vendi was also present at the meeting. Eric personally designed the wrap.
Full slide of pictures through the link below.
Upcoming Events
Club Board Meeting
Apr 11, 2022
Club Board Meeting
May 09, 2022
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New Member Application: Nell Saunders-Scott
Nell Saunders-Scott has submitted her application for Club Membership. According to club procedure, Nell's name is to be published in our weekly email bulletin for two weeks.
If there are no objections from the current membership, this application will be approved.
Please contact the Club Administrator if you object to this application by April 11th.

Active Rotarians

Honorary Rotarians

Rotary Attendance
95 total in person and ZOOM 

Attendance Policy

Herb Heili - April 6
Andy Parrish - April 10
Dave Clements - April 10
Mark Cassellius - April 10
Mark Solyst (Carol) - April 8
Club Anniversaries:
Marcie Wycoff-Horn - 4 years
Alex Lueck - 6 years
Tita Yutuc - 6 years
Richard Kyte - 19 years
District 6250 Partners with Ukraine - Update

Rotarians are responding to the urgent need for humanitarian assistance for the people of Ukraine. The unprovoked Russian invasion has devastated cities and sent millions of refugees seeking safety in surrounding countries, all of which have Rotary clubs providing direct help to desperate people from war-torn Ukraine. Our District International Service Committee working with our District 6250 Foundation, has established the Ukrainian Humanitarian Relief Fund. Already we have raised over $41,000 towards our District goal of $100,000.



Rotary Western Great Lakes District Conference "TriCon" April 29 - 30, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin

The Rotary Western Great Lakes District Conference, intended for any Rotarian, not just leadership, is set for Friday April 29 and Saturday April 30, 2022. Attendance will be in person at The Osthoff Resort, Elkhart Lake, WI. Attendees from Districts 6220, 6250 and 6270 will have the opportunity to gain useful skills that can be used in their Rotary club, and inspiration that will motivate them to embrace Rotary even more. Internationally-known featured speakers will provide keen insights about their passion projects during the addresses on both days.
Register early (by March 1st) and you could win a $100 gift card!



2022 Holmen Rotary Service Auction Fundraiser

The Holmen Area Rotary Club will hold their Service Auction fundraiser on Friday Evening, May 6th at the luxurious Waterfront in the spacious Cargill Room and patio. The event starts with a social hour at 5:00 and includes an appetizer buffet, a Live Auction of unique items and services, bucket raffles and more. For more detailed information, CLICK HERE. 


Annual Science and Math Expo - Volunteers Needed

The 30th Annual Science and Math Expo at UW La Crosse is recruiting volunteer reviewers with a background in math and science to review middle school students' research projects on May 10, 2022. Reviewer feedback helps students gain valuable experience in the research process and to explore career possibilities that exist in the STEM field. Your input will make a difference in students' potential careers in STEM! Students create projects based on a topic of their interest. Guidelines will be provided to help volunteer reviewers throughout the review process. 

REGISTER HERE to learn more and register.


Meeting Responsibilities
Sergeant at Arms
Christians, Kenna
Journot, Lauren
Carey, Diana
Registration Manager
Gschwind, Mary Ann
Haase, Ann
Program Chair
Restel, Eva Marie
Duty Roster Coordinator
Ericksen, Cindy
Rotarians in the News
Ruda, Pat
Introduce Speaker
Mueller, Paul
Introduce Guests and Visitors
Riley, Sheila
Hospitality Greeter
Engel, Aaron
Czerwinski, Angela
Raffle Ticket Seller
Swanwick, Bruce
Scrip Seller
Doll, Steve


April 7, 2022

$10 Kwik Trip Gift Card

Dean's Marbles  $120


March 31, 2022
 Raffle $64 - Fines $44 - Scooters $0 - Scrip $0

Raffle, Fines, Birthday, Anniversaries and Scooters
are donations that go to directly to our club.

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