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Oct 10, 2017 12:00 PM
 

A visit with Friends from Abroad

Oct 17, 2017
 
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Fight like a Girl!

Come join Cindy Coughenour, founder of Fearless and Female, for this high energy, hands-on, information packed personal talk about safety and self defense program.  Fearless and Female teaches women, teens and young girls how to recognize and avoid dangerous situations in their daily lives.  However, if fighting back is our only recourse, women need the motivation, skills and confidence to fight back and survive!  Rotarians will learn that "Fighting Like a Girlis a really GOOD thing!

Cindy will invite Newton Rotary president Andy Lowe to try to abduct her as Rotarians/Guests look on.  Let's all watch as Andy realizes he picked on someone that "Fights like a Girl!"  And Andy - no worries, the swelling will go down in a few days ...........  



 

Nov 07, 2017
 
Nov 14, 2017 12:00 PM
 

Big Brothers / Big Sisters

Nov 21, 2017
 

Mennonight Youth CHoir - CHristmas Carols

Dec 05, 2017
 
Dec 12, 2017 12:00 PM
 

Todays Political Environment

Dec 19, 2017
 

Fake News - How to tell?

Jan 02, 2018
 
Jan 09, 2018 12:00 PM
 

Next Steps for the School Improvement Bond

Jan 16, 2018
 

5th Tuesday Social - Desserts - 5:30

Jan 30, 2018
 

Rotary Service Trip to Ecuador

Feb 06, 2018
 

A Geographic look at Health in Kansas

Feb 20, 2018
 

Agricultural Policy

Dr. Flinchbaugh represents the agricultural community through his active participation in the development of U.S. agricultural policy. His service on numerous national task forces, boards of directors, and advisory groups has allowed him to provide input on domestic food and agriculture policy. He served as Chairman of the Commission on 21st Century Production Agriculture authorized in the 1996 FAIR ACT.  Dr. Flinchbaugh teaches a course in Agricultural Policy and Lectures throughout Kansas and the nation. Mr. Flinchbaugh joined KSU in 1971, and has conducted statewide public affairs educational programs in such areas as financing state and local government, food and agricultural policy, use value appraisal of Kansas farmland, and water policy. He served for four years as special Assistant to the President of KSU. Mr. Flinchbaugh served for five years as Chairman of the prestigious Alfred M. Landon lecture series on public issues. Mr. Flinchbaugh has been Director of Board of Trade of Kansas City, Missouri, Inc. and served in various other agricultural leadership roles.

 

Mar 06, 2018
 

Kansas Secretary of Wildlife and Parks

Robin Jennison brings more than 22 years of experience serving in the Kansas Legislature, influencing state policy on behalf of Kansas interests, and promoting the state’s natural assets to expand outdoor recreations.  

Elected to represent the 117th House District, Robin quickly rose through the ranks, serving as Assistant Majority leader in his second term, Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee in his third term, House Majority Leader in his fourth term and finally, Speaker of the House.  

As president of Jennison Government Services, Robin represented businesses, associations, groups and other entities before the state legislature and regulatory agencies of Kansas. Robin is also a well-respected and knowledgeable hunter who anchored the Kansas Outdoors Radio Show for four years.  

Robin was selected by Governor Sam Brownback to serve as the Secretary of Wildlife and Parks, which became the Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism on July 1, 2011. He has been a partner in the Jennison Ranch located near Healy for more than 33 years. Robin is married to Coleen Jennison and has two grown children and one granddaughter.   

Mar 20, 2018
 

All about Radon - Important stuff!

Apr 03, 2018