Club News
This morning, we met our January Student of the Month, Carter Theisen.
Carter was introduced to us by the RHS Athletic Director.  When describing Carter, the A.D. simply told us, "how kind Carter is".  In addition to being a great student, Carter excels in sports.  Voting by team members, Carter received the Pat Tillman Award in both 9th & 10th grade.   He was voted the captain of the Basketball team as a Junior.  Carter received a Baseball scholarship at Augustana where he will focus on Business Administration.
 
While at RHS, Carter was part of the DP (Developmental Psychology) Program.  This requires a very high level of commitment and responsibility. Carter spent the year teaching the district's drug education curriculum to 6th grade students.
 
With Carter's award winning smile, we know that he will do great things in the future.
 
Today we met, Kenny (Haopeng) Tie, our December Student of the Month.
 
Kenny's story is one of tremendous resiliency.  He came to Philadelphia from China in 2016.  Shortly thereafter, he moved to Rosemount to start his Freshman Year.  He did not speak English and felt alone and anxious.  With the help of the RHS's ELD program and his good friend, Jay Wang, Kenny overcame his shyness and obstacles.  We learned the ELD (English Language Development) program provides academic English language support to multilingual learners so they can acquire the skills and knowledge to succeed in school.
 
He is now an "A" student with hopes of attending the University of Pittsburgh with a focus on Computer Science.
He enjoys sharing his Chinese culture with his classmates and others.
 
I had the opportunity to visit with Kenny's high school wrestling coach.  He spoke very highly of Kenny.
 
Thank you Kenny for your inspiring story.   We wish you the best and know that you will do well.
Today we heard from Bill Goodwin of Priority Living of Minnesota.  They offers coaching, consulting, and training to businesses small and large, helping them to grow their teams, culture & business.  Bill spoke of investing in ourselves and adding value.  Bill is a Dakota County resident and member of the Lakeville Rotary Club.   For more information regarding the many workshops and classes they offer, visit www.PriorityLivingMN.com.  Thanks Bill for your great presentation!
Today we heard from Stacy Pike Langenfeld of Rosemount.   She is the co-founder (Feb 2018) and President of KrabbeConnect.  Most of us present had not heard of Krabbe Disease prior to Stacy's presentation.  It was very emotional.  To learn more about this disease and the mission, vision & commitment of this organization, visit krabbeconnect.org.
Thank you Stacy for your story and commitment to those living with Krabbe disease!
 
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Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
The Meeting Point
14537 Dodd Blvd
Rosemount, MN 55068
United States of America
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