Home Page Stories
Amigos,We are in. We have been approved to work in Miller Park concession stands for 2015 season. We need all members and friends who have indicated an interest in helping, to sign up for a training session. Please select a date and let me know as soon as possible so that I can inform Miller Park the member names that will attend each training session.
April 16, Thursday 5:45 to 9:30 pm
April 16, Thursday 5:45 to 9:30 pm
May 21, Thursday 5:45 to 9:30 pm
June 8, Monday 5:45 to 9:30 pm
We would like as many as possible to pick one of the above dates for training.
Tre, Dorothy, and Tina will be attending Cashier/Group Leader training Tuesday, March 31st . If none of the above dates do not work for you, please select one of the following dates.
If none of the above dates work, please let me know as soon as possible. I will try to work something out.
If you know of FRIENDS OR FAMILY that would be willing to work, please pass this email on to them and copy me. You may be surprised at how many will be happy to volunteer. NOTE: Must be 18 to work.
Lastly enclosed is a file that gives additional training details.
I will send separate emails on additional Group Leader and Cash Manager training. This will only be volunteers who select to be available for these positions. Also will send separate email on dates selected for working at Brewer stands.
If you have any questions or need more info, please call, text or email at anytime. 262 894 7076 firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Pierce delivered a thought provoking presentation to the club on Tuesday, February 10th, 2015. Michael detailed a roadmap of the plan and answered the questions that were most commonly asked at our last meeting. This fundraiser has the potential to vault the club to next level. We welcome your feedback and involvement in determining if there is enough commitment to proceed with this fundraiser.
Due to training requirements and timing we need your timely response to Here is what you need to do section.
Please see the highlights below:
- Raises a minimum of $7,800 the first year!
- Requires only 4 days of service (1 training, 3 regular days)
- Please invite friends and family to join us (You would be surprised how many of your friends have done this and enjoyed volunteering at these games in the past)
Here is what you need to do:
- Review The PowerPoint
- Read The Commonly Asked Questions
- Complete The Survey (Every member must complete and return the survey & e-mail the completed survey to email@example.com)
- If you are guest who is interested in joining us as we volunteer please feel free to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- Come to a meeting to ask any questions your might have
For IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Recently, Trustees of the Rotary Foundation made Robert Grede of Milwaukee a Paul Harris Fellow for his contributions to humanitarian and educational programs that benefit needy around the globe.
The award is named for Paul Harris, who founded Rotary International in 1905.
Rotary has been a leader in the fight to eradicate polio. Since 1979, the End Polio Now project has reduced incidences of polio 99 percent throughout the world.
Grede, a best-selling author, raised money through the sale of his books at Rotary presentations. Grede appeared at 74 different Rotary Clubs throughout the country in the past 24 months.
Rotary International brings together business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian services and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
Members join local clubs, but all are part of the worldwide Rotary community. Grede is a member of Rotary Amigos de Milwaukee.
For more information, contact Tre Waldren, Rotary Amigos de Milwaukee Club President-Elect at email@example.com or www.EndPolio.org.
At a recent Rotary Amigos de Milwaukee Club meeting, President-Elect Tre Waldren presented member, Robert Grede, with his Paul Harris Fellowship recognition.
Rob is continuing a tradition that started with Rob’s grandfather and then his father becoming the third generation to attain receive this honor in recognition for his support of Rotary International and its educational and humanitarian programs, both locally and world-wide.
Rotary Amigos wishes to congratulate President Brent Halfwassen on the newest member to the family:
Henry Brent Halfwassen, born at 2:30 pm on December 7th, 2014. Henry weighs 6 lbs., 4 oz. and is 19 inches long. The whole family is doing well
Please Join Rotary Amigos in Welcoming Our Newest Member Joe Seifert J.D.
A little about Joe:
Joseph Seifert was formerly the Director of International Finance for Besser Company, the largest manufacturer concrete equipment in the world; Director of Operations for Minoru Yamasaki, designer of the World Trade Center in New York; President of Estina Mir, Ltd., a multi-national manufacturing and distributing company in Moscow, Russia.
Joseph Seifert has extensive experience in contract formation, contract negotiations, business operations and finance. These real life experiences contribute significantly to understanding the logic and process of bankruptcy and finance law and greatly streamline the entire process as well as provide insight to alternatives and variations that can help clients.
Strong knowledge of bankruptcy law, theory and Chapters, as well as alternatives.
Personal interests: Continuing education, teaching, travel, foreign languages and cultures