Club News
Today we heard from our new (Fall 2021) Public Works Director, Nick Egger
We learned several interesting facts (see below).  We talked about how we take these things for granted.
*  127 miles of local roads
*  166 cul de sacs
*   30 Parks
*   47 miles of trails
*   66 miles of public sidewalks
*  1600+ fire hydrants
*  122 miles of storm water pipe lines
*  600 basins
*   98 miles of sanitary sewer
 
Welcome to Rosemount Nick and thank you & your department for keeping things normal!
 
Today we heard from our May Student of the Month, Jeb Blair.  Jeb gave a very inspiring talk.  He told us how he lost his sister in 2021.  How he channeled his grief to be a better person.  He would ask himself, what would my sister want me to do....his motivation was to make her proud.
Jeb started a new club @ RHS, Business Professionals of America, and was the chapter President.
Jeb will attend the U of MN Carlson School of Management next Fall majoring in Finance with a minor in Business Analytics.
Jeb went out of his comfort zone his senior year and participated in OnStage, a song and dance show put on the the RHS Performing Arts Department.
We could tell Jeb was all business as well as a very thoughtful and caring young man.   We know you will do well and be a valuable asset in the Business Community.
 
Today we heard from our friends from The Rosemount, Shelly Krueger & Diana Jorgensen.  The Rosemount Senior Living Community opened in 2015.    It is located by the Steeple Center and was our club's meeting location for several years until COVID.  We enjoyed our weekly breakfasts from Chef Shaun then and glad to hear is is still at The Rosemount.  We learned that 91 of 92 apartments are currently occupied with about 40 on the waiting list.  Thanks Shelly & Diana for your work helping our Seniors live a fuller life!
Today we heard from our April Student of the Month, Valeria Irenze.
Valeria was described as "one of the kindest students", "great smile" and "a leader" in Principal Roback's introduction.
We also learned that she participated in the District's AVID program all 4 years.  The Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program is a college preparatory program that implements research-based strategies and rigorous curriculum at all grade levels to help students reach their full potential.  It was clear that Valeria took advantage of this program as she is a member of the Nat'l Honor Society and has a very high GPA.  Valeria has her sights on becoming a Midwife and will attend Saint Catherine University.
In her talk, Valeria told us how she enjoys giving back to her community.  She attributes her success to the support she has received from her parents as well as her teachers @RHS.
It was apparent to us that Valeria will be a great leader in her field.....we wish her the very best!
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Rosemount

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
The Meeting Point
14537 Dodd Blvd
Rosemount, MN 55068
United States of America
Our club meets every Wednesday except the 2nd Wednesday of the month.
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