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Upcoming Events
Optional Evening Meeting
Buck & Honey's Restaurant
Apr 05, 2017 6:00 PM
Board Meeting
First Weber Realtors
Apr 13, 2017
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Optional Evening Meeting
Buck & Honey's Restaurant
Apr 19, 2017 6:00 PM
Spring Gala
Apr 22, 2017
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Apr 04, 2017
Apr 11, 2017
OMT Orofacial Myofunctional Techniques
Apr 18, 2017
Apr 25, 2017
Friends of Henry Vilas Zoo
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Pancake Breakfast 2017
Kindness Celebration 2017
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Family Fun Nights 2016
Pancake Breakfast - Fireman's Open House 2016
Jade's Arrival
Adopt-A-Highway 2016
Golf Outing 2016
Service Above Self Awards 2016
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Thought for the Day

Mar 28
John Belken
Bill Wambach
Daniel Presser
Apr 04
James Bell
Anne Weber
Steven Riggles
Apr 11
David Berggren
Terry Weisensel
John Sheehan
Apr 18
Daniel Birrenkott
Kelly Whalen
Ronald Riechers
Apr 25
Andrew Bissonnette
Chad Wiedmeyer
Tyler Riekena
May 02
Jeff Boudreau
George Alexander
Judy Veith
May 09
Rich Darga
Jeanne Behrend
Beth Mielcarek
May 16
Debbie Fox-Schroeder
John Belken
Bill Wambach
May 23
Rose Freidel
James Bell
Anne Weber
Steve Riggles, Moving to AZ
On Tuesday, March 21, 2017, Steve Riggles announced to the club that we will be leaving in June.  Steve and his wife, Jessica, will be moving to Arizona.  As we all know, Steve has many roles in our club (Pancake Breakfast, Fantasy Football, Rotary Youth Exchange, and more).  We hate to lose him as a member, but life happens.  
Steve - we thank you for your years of service to The Rotary Club of Sun Prairie.  We won't forget you :)  Good luck with your new adventure.
Volunteers Needed - Food Pantry
We will be helping the food pantry whenever there is  5th Saturday in a month.  Laura Jennings will be coordinating volunteers for April 29th.  If you are interested in helping from 8:00 - 12:00 pm on April 29th, please see Laura Jennings.
Golf Outing
Save The Date


Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

The Oaks Golf Course
Inbound Student 2017-18
Rotarians!  News just in...Our next Rotary Youth Exchange Student is a boy from Germany.  More details about our next student will be announced soon.  Our priority is to find a first host family.  If you know of someone who is interested in hosting him, please let us know.
We will be looking for 3 families:
Host Family 1  August – November 2017
Host Family 2  December – March 2018
Host Family 3  April – July 2018
With the recent news of Steve Riggles moving to Arizona, the following changes will take place:  Toni Pabon will become our YEO (Youth Exchange Officer) and Dan Presser will become our YEC (Youth Exchange Counselor).
District Governor's Message

Fellow Rotarians:

As we start March, a reminder that March 22 is World Water Day.  Water is a basic necessity of life.  Almost 10% of the world's population, or 660 million people, do not have access to clean, safe water.  Almost 900 children die in our world every day, 315,000 per year, due to diseases brought on by lack of safe water.  Water is one of the six areas of focus for Rotary International.​  Many clubs in our District and around the world have participated in projects through The Rotary Foundation to help tackle this problem.  Wells, filters, and centralized treatment systems are just some of the technologies being used.  Please consider something your club can do this month to raise awareness for World Water Day and our efforts in Rotary to bring clean, safe water to all people.

District Conference registrations are starting to come in.  As a reminder, Conference is May 12-13 in La Crosse.  Great speakers, workshops, as well as spotlights of Rotary projects and programs.  Plus an opportunity to share ideas with Rotary friends and make new ones.  Go to www.rotary6250.org/2017Conference for complete agenda information as well as a link to the super easy registration process.  Come join us.

Several clubs in our District have reported successes over the past month in the areas of membership and public awareness.  Inviting non members to socials, printing flyers highlighting past and current club projects, experimenting with new types of memberships, and contests within clubs to encourage guests are all ideas that have show positive results in some of our clubs.  As we enter the last third of the Rotary year, what is your club doing to increase membership and promote public awareness of your club?  If you are doing what you've always done, you are probably not getting the results you would like.  Brainstorm within your club and try something new.

As always, thanks for all you do in making the world a better place through Rotary.


Dean McHugh
District Governor 2016-2017
Rotary District 6250
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