Speaker Date Topic
Jenn Glass Aug 01, 2017
2017-18 Kick-off
Jim Nelson Aug 08, 2017
Rotary - World Vision Honduras Water Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) Project

World Vision is pleased to be working in collaboration with the The Rotary Club of
Minneapolis City of Lakes to improve the health and well-being of children and families
in Honduras through access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH). In 2014,
World Vision partnered with the Rotary clubs of Santa Rosa de Copan (Honduras) and St.
Louis Park (Minnesota, U.S.) on an $800,000 project in the Western region of Honduras.
In total, 14,229 people gained access to a lasting source of clean water through this
successful project. World Vision has again agreed to match Rotary funding for a proposed
$800,000 continuation project in the western region of Honduras. In partnership with the
Santa Rosa de Copan Rotary Club, we invite you to join with us to significantly improve the
health and well-being of 8,288 people including 3,315 children in 22 communities.

Sen. Melisa Franzen Aug 15, 2017
Remarks by Sen. Melisa Franzen
Remarks by Sen. Melisa Franzen

Senator Melisa Franzen earned her Master of Public Policy with a concentration in Economic and Community Development at the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs and her J.D at Hamline University School of Law.

She was an attorney at Target Corporation and has been a lifelong volunteer in her community.  She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys and she is the former President of the Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association.

Melisa grew up in Puerto Rico where she was an active Girl Scouts member for 12 years and was a member of 4H.  Melisa and her husband, Nathan, live in Edina with their two sons Philip and Arthur, and enjoy visiting their cabin in Finland, Minnesota.

Debra Noll/Julie Manning Aug 29, 2017
University of Minnesota Women's Athletics
Joseph Mansky, Ramsey County Elections Manager Sep 12, 2017
Election Security
Election Security
Bob Halagan Oct 17, 2017
District 5950 Governor 2017-18