Sep 22, 2014
" Blessings in a Backpack "

     Brooke Wiseman is the National CEO of Blessings in a Backpack which was People Magazine’s Charity of the Year for 2012.  The organization feeds 67,000 hungry children in 44 states by sending home a backpack full of food on weekends.
She previously was the CEO of the Girl Scouts of Chicago for 16 years and the Chief Development and Marketing officer for the YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago.
She has taught for Kellogg School of Management, Center for Non-Profit Management at Northwestern University and for Notre Dame University, Nonprofit Executive Education.  She ran her own Business for several years, New Knowledge Consulting, which specialized in Non Profit management, Board Governance, Strategic Planning and Fund Raising.

Wiseman is currently first vice president of the Union League Club of Chicago and has served on the Board of Directors for Leadership Greater Chicago Fellows Association, Chicago State University Foundation and the  Junior League of Chicago Community Advisory Board.  She is an active member of the Economic Club of Chicago and The Chicago Network.
     Wiseman was the National President of the Association of Girl Scout Executive Staff for six years.  She was awarded the Human Relations Award by the Chicago Commission of Human Relations and was named one of the “100 Women Making a Difference” by Today’s Chicago Woman in 2000. She has been listed in Who’s Who in American Women.
Wiseman received her Bachelor’s degree in social work and psychology from Ball State University, her Master’s degree in communications from Michigan State University and a Certificate in Non-Profit Management from Case Western University. 

Sep 29, 2014
"Simple Steps for Healthy Living"

     Most people want to lead healthy lives, but making lifestyle changes can be overwhelming and confusing.  What changes actually make the biggest difference to overall health?  What is the simplest way to implement changes into everyday life? These questions and others will be discussed as you learn about the four habits that significantly increase the odds of living a longer, healthier life and what you can do to adopt these habits.
     Dr. Dempsey is an internist/sports medicine physician who uses lifestyle and integrative medicine approaches to help patients prevent and treat disease and realize optimal health.  She works in partnership with patients to support physical, nutritional, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing through research-based, individualized interventions that include physical activity, healthy eating, relaxation/stress management, smoking cessation, complementary therapies, and other behavioral, environmental and motivational practices.


Oct 06, 2014
"More Information to Follow"
Oct 13, 2014
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"My First Months in Office"

Shawn is proud to have been born, raised and educated in Waukesha, Wisconsin.  He is one of nine of the Reilly children of Bill and Peggy Reilly.  Graduating from St Mary's and Catholic Memorial provided him with a great foundation for his pursuit of higher learning.  He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1983 and obtained his law degree from Lewis and Clark in Portland, Oregon. Shawn was with  Hippenmeyer, Reilly, Moodie & Blum, S.C. (the City's oldest law firm) since 1989 and was a partner there since 1995.  





Oct 20, 2014

     Mary Beth joined the Rotary Club of West Bend Sunrise in 1998 and served as club president in 2003-2004.     She also has served on the board as sergeant at arms and International Service chair and served on the Kettle Moraine Jazz Festival committee.     She is a multiple Paul Harris recipient, a Benefactor and a member of the Bequest Society.
     At the district level Mary Beth has served on PETS  Council, the Foundation committee, and currently chairs the International Service/Grants Committee.    In addition, she assumed the role of Assistant Governor from 2008-2011. 

Oct 27, 2014
Nov 03, 2014
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"NAMI Waukesha County"

CIT is a comprehensive five-day, 40--hour training session designed to assist law enforcement officers and other first responders in recognizing and understanding the signs and symptoms of mental illness including depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and anxiety disorders, as well as other associated illnesses including development & cognitive disorders and dementia.

Nov 10, 2014
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"Update on the new Cancer Center and How Cancer Care Has Changed"

     Ken Price was recently promoted to Senior Vice President for Administration for ProHealth Care. Previously he served as Vice President of Ambulatory Services, and Chief Operating Executive for the ProHealth Hospital Division. During his tenure with ProHealth, Ken has had responsibility for several service lines including Cardiology, Cancer, Neurosciences, Orthopedics, and Surgical Services.
Ken began his career at Waukesha Memorial as the Manager of Respiratory Services in October of 1985. In addition to being a Registered Respiratory Therapist, he has both Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Business Administration.
     Throughout his 35 years in health care, he has been active in several professional and community groups. He is a past-president of the Wisconsin Society for Respiratory Care, and the Waukesha Division of the Wisconsin Heart Association, as well as a past board member of the Northland Affiliate of the American Heart Association, and the Greater Milwaukee Heart Association.
     In his spare time, Ken enjoys spending time with his family, golf, and electronics projects. He lives in New Berlin, Wisconsin with his wife Tricia, is a proud parent of two adult children, and recently became a grandfather.

Nov 17, 2014
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"Every Rotarian Every Year"
 The Every Rotarian Every Year initiative asks every Rotarian to support The Rotary Foundation every year.  Your gift to the Annual Fund helps Rotary clubs take action today to create positive change in communities at home and around the world. Your contributions help us strengthen peace efforts, provide clean water and sanitation, support education, grow local economies, save mothers and children, and fight disease.
Nov 24, 2014
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"Innate Wellness Centers"

Deskercise - Tips to correct your posture and take out some of the stress from sitting most of the day.

Dec 01, 2014
"Construction of the Bell Tower Memorial"

Steve Peterman is a member of the Mequon-Thiensville Sunrise Rotary Club.  He is also on the Board of Directors of a non-profit organization, Bell Tower Memorial. The Bell Tower will be constructed in the City of Pewaukee on a site that was recently purchased from the city. The purpose of the Bell Tower is to "Honor, Educate and Remember".  

Dec 08, 2014
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"My Life, My Plan & Inspire Wisconsin"

     Working for the Greater Milwaukee Committee’s Talent Dividend initiative, Smith developed the My Life! My Plan! program which has sent 742 volunteers from the business community into schools or youth serving organizations as a career coach to guide youth through career and education pathway exploration exercises.
     Smith’s experience at Pius XI High School as a school counselor and the Senior Internship Program Coordinator provided an excellent foundation for her work with these ground-breaking programs.
Smith is also active in the metro-Milwaukee community.  She is the team lead on the Milwaukee Water Council’s Talent/Education Committee and a member of the Career Committee for Food and Beverage Milwaukee.  She has volunteered on committees for FUEL Milwaukee, United Performing Arts Fund, and Milwaukee Public Theater.  She is proud to call the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee her alma mater, having earned both her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and her Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology from that institution.
Awards and Honors include “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers” in 2004, 2005 and 2007, Program Showcase Award at the Center for Education and Work’s Annual Career Conference in 2010 and the United States Postal Service “Women Putting Their Stamp on Metro Milwaukee” in the Abilities Awareness category in 2009.    

Dec 15, 2014
"The State of the Oil and Gas Industry, Both in Wisconsin and the Country as a Whole"
Dec 22, 2014
"Prepared by Peter David. More Information to Follow"


Dec 29, 2014
May 04, 2015
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"Behavioral Health Integration Efforts at ProHealth Care"

O. Kirk Yauchler is the manager for the Behavioral Medicine Center Outpatient and Assessment & Referral departments, which are part of the continuum of behavioral health services at ProHealth Care.  His clinical background is in social work / psychotherapy, and he has been working in the behavioral health field for the past 15 years.  He maintains his social work licensure, and is also certified as a substance abuse counselor.  In his current administrative role he is assisting ProHealth Care with efforts to integrate behavioral health services into the primary care setting.  Kirk and his family have been living in the Waukesha area since 1998, and he is proud to be a member of this community.

May 11, 2015
"HS2 - The High School of Health Sciences (New Charter School at Kettle Moraine)"
May 18, 2015
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"The New ProHealth Cancer Center"

Jean McDonald serves as the  Director of Oncology and Women’s Services at ProHealth Care. She is responsible for the strategic program development and operations for these services including  a lead role in the planning and design for an iconic cancer center.  Jean earned her BS from Clarke College, Dubuque, IA and a Masters in Administrative Medicine from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Her experience prior to Pro Health Care includes positions hospital Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Patient Services. Jean’s passion and focus is on the multiple facets that drive the optimal patient experience and outcomes. 

May 25, 2015