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Decorah Rotary Club Tree Dedication PDF Print E-mail

The Decorah Rotary Club held a dedication ceremony in honor of fellow Rotarians we have recently lost on Saturday, April 18th.  A total of 5 trees have been planted in the Bowstring Bridge Park located off Hwy 9 between Kelly Realty and the Gundersen Medical Clinic in memory of Warren Berg, Bob Cowie, Paul Hardy, Lyle Rodman, and Dan Werner -- all dearly departed friends, local leaders, and distinguished Decorah Rotarians who served their club and their community with foresight, energy, and selfless dedication over many years.  Our friends and Rotarians had the opportunity to share many wonderful and inspiring memories during the ceremony.  A plaque listing the names of each Rotarian for whom the trees were planted will be installed later this spring/summer.  The Club thanks all who participated.  A special note of thanks to DRC President Jennifer Gipp for her leadership of the event.

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Decorah HS Students Share Ensemble Acting Program PDF Print E-mail

Coach Kristin Underwood and several Decorah High School students recently shared a short dramatic Ensemble Acting presentation entitled "As-Is" with Decorah Rotarians at their regular meeting.  The thought-provoking and impressively performed program was a Division One Ratings Winner at the District Large Group Speech Contest hosted at the MFL MarMac High School in January.  The Club thanks the group for sharing their amazing talents with us!

 
Advanced Sustainable Vehicle Technologies Presented to the DRC PDF Print E-mail

The Decorah Rotary Club welcomed guest speaker Chris Schneider from Honda Motorwerks in La Crosse to their regular meeting on December 30th.  Chris provided interesting insights into the Honda "Pathway to Sustainability" initiative that is working towards the goal of future vehicle propulsion using renewable energy sources with no emissions.  Automobile energy technologies discussed, in order of their perceived increase in benefit to society, included efficient gasoline engines, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles, Battery Electric Vehicles, and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles.  Chris also introduced the Club to the Green Drinks organization and suggested Decorah as a great candidate for hosting these sorts of events.

We thank Chris and Program Chair George Hagen for the interesting and informative presentation.

 
Decorah Rotarian Greets the Former President of Ireland PDF Print E-mail

DRC Member Jim Dale had the honor and pleasure of meeting the former President of Ireland, Mary McAleese, during a recent reception at Luther College to recognize the history of Decorah's involvement in the Ulster Project. The Ulster Project helped young, Christian-based potential leaders from Northern Ireland and the United States become peacemakers by providing them a safe environment in which to learn and practice the skills needed to foster unity and peace.  Local volunteers and host families were honored during this reception.

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Annual Decorah Rotary Club Chili Supper PDF Print E-mail

Thanks to everyone to joined the Decorah Rotary Club at the annual Decorah Rotary Club Chili Supper, which was hosted at the Decorah High School Cafeteria on Friday, January 9th.  The proceeds raised at this event go toward DRC's Decorah Community Schools Foundation which supports multiple scholarship awards to deserving Decorah High School seniors each year.  The active participation in our Chili Supper by the Decorah-area community helps our Club maximize it's support of our local students.

Hope to see you next year!

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