Speaker Date Topic
District Governor Bob Halagan Jan 25, 2018
State of the District (5950)
State of the District (5950)

Bob Halagan has been a member of the Buffalo Rotary Club since 2000 and served as its President in 2009-10. He has also served as District 5950 Legal Counsel from 2011-14, Area 13 Assistant Governor from 2010-13, and District Fundraising Chair from 2013-16.

Curt Brown Feb 01, 2018
Minnesota Historical Journalism
Minnesota Historical Journalism

Curt Brown's new book, "Minnesota 1918," details the trident of woe that pierced the state 100 years ago - when forest fires, World War I, and the flu pandemic ravaged the state. He writes a popular Minnesota history column every Sunday for the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Those stories have been packaged into an e-book called: "Frozen in History: Amazing Tales from Minnesota's Past." He spent more than 30 years as a reporter at Minnesota newspapers in Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Fergus Falls. After studying history and American Studies at Macalester College, he joined the Associated Press in 1982.

https://www.amazon.com/Curt-Brown/e/B001JSAN7W

Marion Greene Feb 08, 2018
Hennepin County Commissioner
Hennepin County Commissioner
Anne Mavity Feb 15, 2018
Minnesota Housing Partnership
Minnesota Housing Partnership

Minnesota Housing Partnership convenes, guides, and supports a diversity of partners working to improve conditions of home and community. Building on decades of experience, we strengthen development capacity and promote policies that expand opportunity, especially for people at the lowest income levels. 

http://mhponline.org/about

Rich Harrison Feb 22, 2018
Metro Blooms
Metro Blooms

Rich Harrison is a Registered Landscape Architect with an MLA degree from the University of Minnesota. His work focuses on sustainable design, place making, and community development. Rich has worked on water quality issues for 21 years, beginning in research at MSU, working 2 years for the Met Council, and studying Non-Point Source Pollution at the U of M. Rich realizes that on-site treatment of stormwater is the best way to prevent pollution and preserve our precious water resources and has since focused his career in design. Rich believes that education and facilitating the understanding of how our actions impact our natural environment is critical to successful design and the acceptance of nature in our built environments.

https://metroblooms.org

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