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WeCAN is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to empower and equip individuals and families to reach stability and self-sufficiency.

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Our vision is that families and individuals will thrive in a vibrant community with full access to resources and support services.

 

The organization’s purpose is to address the human service needs by delivering emergency service, sharing information, developing cooperative efforts, and making referrals to other agencies as may be appropriate. WeCAN serves as a resource and catalyst for the provision of human services in the area by identifying unmet human service needs and developing solutions that address those needs, including information and referral services.

Julie Maas-Kusske, WeCanMN.org
 Oct 25, 2017
 
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 Oct 27, 2017
6:00 PM – 11:00 PM
 
Katherine Johnson--Vocational
 Nov 01, 2017
 
The first Thursday of each month is your opportunity to visit with fellow Rotarians on a social basis. 
We meet from 5-7pm at a different venue to be announced. 
This is a great opportunity to bring prospective Rotary members to get to learn about Rotary on an informal basis. 
 
Guest and significant others are always welcome to join us for First Thursday! 
 
 Nov 02, 2017
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
 
 Nov 04, 2017
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
 
Camp Enterprise Attendees
 Nov 08, 2017
 
 Nov 11, 2017
4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
 

Steve Donofrio, Security management and self-protection specialist, has consulted and taught in schools, colleges and companies throughout Japan. He is the lead author of the book “Mama Manual” a book for mothers on family and personal security, is a regular contributing author for Japans leading professional security journal “Security research” magazine, has a Master’s degree in Security management, BS Degree Criminal Justice AAS degree law enforcement. Steve has over 25 years learning and teaching martial arts and Self-defense and is a recognized subject matter expert by the Japanese media. Steve has a very informative presentation that combines personal protection and home and community safety that is a great fit for any organization.  For more information, go to puraglobal.com

Steve Donofrio
 Nov 15, 2017
 
Dani Perloz, Our LMERC Exchange Student
 Nov 22, 2017
 

E-mail:  Kevin@anchorconstructionanddesign.com

 

Kevin Wehrmann, Commander, Minnetonka Power Squadr
 Nov 29, 2017
 

Sojourner is a non-profit that serves victims of domestic violence as well as those victimized by dating violence and elder abuse.  We offer comprehensive programs that address the complexities of domestic violence and the needs of our clients. Our services include; emergency shelter, a 24-hour crisis line, legal advocacy, resource referral, support and education.  We provide educational presentations to youth, faith communities, businesses and civic groups that focus on a variety of topics that inform and raise awareness.  Our focus is on increased safety of the individuals/families we serve and the communities in which they live. 

 

Contact:    Mary Carter, Sojourner Project, Outreach Specialist

Cell: 612-209-8247    Leave messages at: 952-351-4061

www.sojournerproject.org      marys.carter@comcast.net

 

 

 

SOJOURNER PROJECT
 Dec 06, 2017
 
The first Thursday of each month is your opportunity to visit with fellow Rotarians on a social basis. 
We meet from 5-7pm at a different venue to be announced. 
This is a great opportunity to bring prospective Rotary members to get to learn about Rotary on an informal basis. 
 
Guest and significant others are always welcome to join us for First Thursday! 
 
 Dec 07, 2017
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
 

E-mail:  lauren.ryan@state.mn.us

Minnesota Dept of Health

651-201-5412

 

Laura Ryan, JD, Director, Safe Harbour
 Dec 13, 2017
 

paula.holmberg@minnetonkaschools.org

Paula Holmberg and the Minnetonka Chamber Choir
 Dec 20, 2017
 

For those in town over the holidays, please join us for breakfast--no program, just time to eat and socialize!  

We will be in the large party room on past the bar, straight ahead (different spot than last year). 

 

Annual Club Breakfast Social
 Dec 27, 2017
 
Eleanor, the protagonist of the novel, volunteers to drive an ambulance in France during WWI because she wants to make a difference. However, her wartime experiences are so horrific that she doesn’t want to talk about them. She has PTSD. One of the results of her not talking about her war is that her son enlists to fight in WWII.
 
The presentation is about 15 years of trying to make a difference by working to get out this anti-war story, from inspiration to winning a national book award.
 
Ames Sheldon, Author of Eleanor's Wars
 Jan 03, 2018
 
The first Thursday of each month is your opportunity to visit with fellow Rotarians on a social basis. 
We meet from 5-7pm at a different venue to be announced. 
This is a great opportunity to bring prospective Rotary members to get to learn about Rotary on an informal basis. 
 
Guest and significant others are always welcome to join us for First Thursday! 
 
 Jan 04, 2018
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
 
Quarterly LMERC Committee Meetings
 Jan 17, 2018
 

LMERC Vocational. 

Also could do on Jan 31st. 

 

Matt Rega
 Jan 24, 2018
 
The first Thursday of each month is your opportunity to visit with fellow Rotarians on a social basis. 
We meet from 5-7pm at a different venue to be announced. 
This is a great opportunity to bring prospective Rotary members to get to learn about Rotary on an informal basis. 
 
Guest and significant others are always welcome to join us for First Thursday! 
 
 Feb 01, 2018
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
 
The first Thursday of each month is your opportunity to visit with fellow Rotarians on a social basis. 
We meet from 5-7pm at a different venue to be announced. 
This is a great opportunity to bring prospective Rotary members to get to learn about Rotary on an informal basis. 
 
Guest and significant others are always welcome to join us for First Thursday! 
 
 Mar 01, 2018
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
 
From Eric:  
 
To the board: I am a speaker, author and comedian who has spoken in all 50 states and addressed various clubs from coast to coast. I am contacting Minnesota clubs for consideration as a speaker since I will be returning to Minnesota in April of 2018. I have a ton of references I can send you in addition to my bio and credentials. I also do a lot of political speaking but my remarks to Rotary and Kiwanis clubs are absolutely non-partisan in keeping with the spirit of your organization. God bless always, Eric Golub 310-709-3245.  blacktygrrrr@earthlink.net
 
Eric Golub--Comedian, Author, Speaker
 Apr 04, 2018
 
The first Thursday of each month is your opportunity to visit with fellow Rotarians on a social basis. 
We meet from 5-7pm at a different venue to be announced. 
This is a great opportunity to bring prospective Rotary members to get to learn about Rotary on an informal basis. 
 
Guest and significant others are always welcome to join us for First Thursday! 
 
 Apr 05, 2018
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
 
Quarterly LMERC Committee Meetings
 Apr 11, 2018