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Hibbing, Minnesota 55746
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Posted by Scott Stein

The Fair is in full gear, but we have a great meeting planned for this Thursday. A member of the Hibbing Chamber Young Professional Group will join us to tell us about their activities and how we can encourage younger members to join Rotary! 

Posted by Scott Stein

The fair is almost here! Fair Manager Bettie Valley will be at our Club Meeting this week to tell us what's back, what's new, and how we can help. 

The fair is a great time for our community, and it's vital for our club. A special thanks to everyone who is helping again this year. 

Posted by Scott Stein

You have to hand it to these two. They're so close to being finished with school, the weather is beautiful, and they're still interested! Welcome these two fine young people. Also, make sure you attend the May 16 meeting. It will be run by the Junior Rotarians! ImageImage

Posted by Scott Stein

Join us this Thursday as Terry Tilton will be with us to talk about end of life issues. This is a sensitive topic that everyone will face in some form. Come for yourself. Your loved ones. Your friends. See you there. 

Then.....Highway CLEAN UP Thursday evening! 

Posted by Scott Stein

Join us this Thursday as Patty Miller from the Hibbing Community College Foundation will speak about the exciting things happening at our college. 

The Foundation has been helping students afford an education and helping the college provide opportunities since 1956. 

Education is the one of the keys to our future. Come find out what's happening and how we might be able to help. 

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Posted by Scott Stein

Come see Polymet's Chief Operating Officer Joe Scipioni speak to our club next Thursday. Joe has been a leader in the region's mining industry for over 30 years. He'll give us an update on the Polymet project and talk about what it could mean to our region's future. 

I know you have questions. We all have questions. Here's your chance. 

Invite someone to the meeting. This is a great opportunity to help people learn about an important project in this area. 

Posted by Scott Stein on Apr 02, 2013

Happy Birthday to two Rotarians this month. 

Pat Kestly will celebrate on April 20 and Brandon Town turns another year wiser on April 27. 

Craig Stevens better not forget his wife Sue's birthday on April 2. :) 

Finally, Don Hilligoss will reach 57 years of Rotary service on April 5. Thanks for your years of dedication and work. The community (and the world) is better for it. 



Posted by Scott Stein on Apr 02, 2013

Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra (DSSO) Executive Director Rebecca Peterson joined us to talk about the orchestra's plans to get out into different communities more often, create different kinds of performances and engage Iron Rangers in in performances. 

Once upon a time there was a bus that came from the Iron Range to Duluth for DSSO concerts. Peterson is trying to revive that idea and provide an opportunity for more people from Hibbing to see their concerts. 

She'd also like to bring the orchestra to Hibbing. A few months ago members of DSSO played a concert in the High School Auditorium. 

Next year is a big for the DSSO. New Music Director Dirk Meyer takes the baton after a successful run by Markand Thaker. Next year's season is titled "New Faces, New Places. 

For more information about the DSSO and Meyer, start here. 

Hope to see you Thursday! 



Posted by Scott Stein on Mar 25, 2013

Join us this Thursday when members of the Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra will be here to talk with us about the value orchestras bring to their communities. 

Did you know that 60 percent of adults say they have an interest in classical music and one-third fit classical music into their busy lives? 

Did you also know that some people say the influence that orchestras used to hold in a community is waning? What is the future for these orchestras? 

What is their role? What do they hope to add to our communities? Now is time to find out. 

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Posted by Scott Stein

The District 5580 Conference is in Bemidji this year on April 24-27. 

Let's get a group together and head down there. There's plenty to see. Plenty to learn. Plenty to meet. And plenty to eat. 

Registration and information about the conference can be found by clicking right here

Posted by Scott Stein on Mar 18, 2013

There aren't many birthday celebrations at the beginning of March, but the end of the month is loaded with them.

Nancy Moyer and Veda Ponikvar celebrate their birthday on March 26. 

Scott Stein creeps right next to 40 on March 27.

Al Lipke is a year wiser on March 28 and Craig Stevens rounds out the birthday bash week on March 29.

The club wishes all the best birthday wishes to these Rotarians.

 

Posted by Scott Stein on Jan 14, 2013

Rotarians work together to make this world a better place. Part of the way we do that is through the Rotary Foundation Future Vision grants.

Together, we're taking on issues like disease, providing clean water, basic literacy and education, maternal and child health and community and economic development. These are big problems, real problems, but Rotary is working hard to provide real solutions.

You are a part of it. Learn more about it here.

 


 

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