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The Rotary Club of Amigos de Milwaukee After Hours is a multilingual club with a passion for diversity in Milwaukee
Service Above Self
We meet Tuesdays at 5:45 PM
Milwaukee Athletic Club
758 North Broadway
Milwaukee, WI  53202
United States
(262) 853-9188
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  • One in-person meeting per month
What's Expected of Me?
  • To represent your vocation and help us know about you and that vocation.
  • Be a person of high ethical standards.
  • Give some of your time to Service in the Greater Milwaukee community and / or internationally.
  • Share Rotary and the opportunity to make a difference in the world with your Rotary Family in ways you could not individually.
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Dorothy Krupa
May 20
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
Programs This Week and Upcoming Programs


2018 Program schedule 
The snow is melting and this is a huge need!  Need not be a Rotarian or a Rotarian from the Amigos Club in order to participate!
Saturday, April 21 -  9 am - noon with optional Rock the Green after party from noon to 2 pm

Milwaukee River Spring Cleanup Service Project - Rotarians from any club, Friends, family, rotary curious, community members may join Amigo Rotarians in this community-wide service project

Blatz Pavilion - 1301 W Hampton Ave., Milwaukee, WI
Please use the following link to sign up.  
We will be part of nearly 4,000 volunteers joining together across the Milwaukee River Basin to pick up over 100,000 pounds of trash, get outdoors, and to help achieve swimmable, fishable rivers. Don’t miss out!

The sign up process includes an online waiver. Anyone that chooses not to use the online registration, will need to bring hard copies of the waiver form the day of the event. 
Sign Up Here for the Rotary Club of Amigos de Milwaukee Adopt-A-River Volunteer Event 1.

Remember this service opportunity is open to family and friends. Let’s begin the signup!

Amigos will meet up at the Blatz Pavilion, 1301 W Hampton Ave.   
Please arrive by 9 a.m., however, anytime between 9 and 11 a.m. supports this river cleanup project.  
This will be the first of many cleanup events Amigos will be doing in the future. 



Milwaukee Riverkeeper provides the gloves, trash bags, and amazing FREE T-SHIRTS. YOU provide the hands and energy to pick up the interesting and sometimes bizarre trash that finds its way into our beautiful river system. You will also need to sign a waiver agreement.



Join us at afterwards at Estabrook Park for our FREE celebration with Rock the Green!
Location: Estabrook Park-Parking Lot near Picnic Area #8 (4400 N Estabrook Dr//Milwaukee)
Time: 12:00PM-2:00PM


Saturday, April 21 - Memorial Service for Tina Dozier Weyand

To say that we are in shock would be a horrible understatement.  Tina was a vibrant part of Amigos Rotary and will be missed.  Her daughter, Bella grew up with our Rotary Club and was often with her mom at service projects.  












Tuesday, April 10 - Stories of the third South Sudanese civil war: people in the midst of violence: Resilience, Adaptation, and Trauma - Julie Barrot de Brito

This is a program you won't want to miss.  First person, real life experience. A photographic journey and Julie will tell us people's stories.  Conflict Anthropologist - Consultant at Veterinarians Without Borders - Germany (VSF-G); Veterinarians Without Borders; School of Oriental and African Studies, U. of London, United Kingdom

Julie's LinkIn Profile 

What We've Been Up To - Previous Programs 

Tuesday, April 10 - Classification Talk - Member - Daniele Calasanzio
Principal Engineer - Johnson Controls
Daniele was born in Ancona, central Italy on the Adriatic coast. A graduate of Camerino University with honors in Chemistry. In 2011 he moved from Vicenza, Italy to Augusta, 
GA and then in 2017 to Glendale, WI. Daniele met his wife in Brighton, England in 1984. She is from France and they are the proud parents of two boys born in 1989 and then 1995. Their other family member is their dog Dodo who joined the family in 2006.  Daniele loves riding his bike, playing chess, going to the gym, photography, astronomy, and target shooting. Daniele is a very committed Rotarian, especially in community service.  We learned that he served as the Deputy Mayor of the city of Sovizzo (Vi) from 2004 to 2009. He has numerous achievements and has tried to push all concepts of "Sustainable Developments". The most important achievement has been the construction of a new intermediate school that was a "zero emission" school, quite unique in Italy on 2006. Daniele says he's curious, innovative, and loves to serve the community.
Tuesday, April 3 -  Sue Hebner - Experience India - 
Rotary Friendship Exchange Trip to India

Mitchell Field Rotary Club President Sue and her husband Jim went, with other District 6270 Rotarians, on a Friendship Exchange to India visiting Rotarians there that had previously visited Wisconsin. She will share pictures and experiences. Rotarians and non-Rotarians alike learned about this wonderful country and how Rotary purposefully creates these opportunities to experience other cultures and the people in its commitment to world peace.



Tuesday, March 27 -  Angela Dickison - State of WI Broadband Director - Public Service Commission

This was a VERY interesting presentation and we highly recommend it for any other Rotary club.  Angie Dickison, State Broadband Director presented on "Expanding Broadband in Wisconsin". Not only did she share opportunities for competitive grants to expand Broadband into areas that do not have at least two providers with broadband accessible at 25 mbps but she also gave us insight into where the future is going. It was an exceptional program and the 12 Rotarians in attendance really appreciated her driving over from Madison. We learned that ours is the first Rotary Club that has made a request for a presentation. Amigos club members would highly recommend her program for any Rotary Club. We officially adjourned at 7 and several members left for other responsibilities, we still had 10 remain for another half hour and the Q&A portion of the program, those she graciously allowed us to ask questions throughout the program. Amigos Rock! And so much fun which even our speaker commented on. If you would like a PDF of her PowerPoint presentation please leave a comment below and we'll connect to you through Facebook Messenger to get you the PowerPoint.
Angie Dickison joined the State of Wisconsin in 2015 to head up the State Broadband Office, which is housed within the Public Service Commission. As the State Broadband Director, Angie leads broadband strategy and program development efforts within the state; she co-chairs the Commission’s Broadband Stakeholders Workgroup, and serves as a member of the Interoperability Council’s Nationwide Public Safety Broadband Network (FirstNet) Subcommittee. Angie has an MBA from the University of Wisconsin and was a 2014 Public Policy Fellow at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Prior to joining the State of Wisconsin, Angie served as the technology director for Lake County, Minnesota where she was actively involved in rural broadband development. During her time in Minnesota, Angie served as a member of the Blandin Foundation’s Broadband Strategy Board; and was appointed by Governor Dayton to represent rural Minnesota communities on the Governor’s Broadband Task Force.
John Nyakoe Nyasani - John was born and raised in Eldoret Kenya, East Africa. At 13 he knew he wanted to come to the United States and study. He vividly remembers being a child in his village and the community set up a screen and showed a movie....the first time anyone in their village saw a movie.  One scene had a locomotive come straight at the audience and he recalls everyone moving out of the way.  It was his introduction to technology that has remained through today. His father is a retired Agriculturalist and is a farmer. His mother owns a boutique and sells clothes.  They were strong examples of curiosity, work ethic, and determination for John. They also own a tea farm in Kenya. John emigrated to Minneapolis, MN at 17 years of age. He is married to Cassandra (from Milwaukee and why we are fortunate to have him in our  community.  He is the father of Jordan and Candyce and has lived in Milwaukee since 2010.  Currently he is the IS Business Automation Specialist / Health Reports Coordinator with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.  John is very engaging and passionate about life and his faith.  
Gustavo de Arriba - Gustavo is originally from Spain and has been the Director of Global Quality for Johnson Controls since April 2017 but came to Milwaukee with Johnson Controls in May 2016.  He has worked for Johnson Controls for 18 years and came to Milwaukee after working in Germany since 2009.  He loves being challenged and getting outside of his comfort zone. He changed his professional field of work for the challenge.  He is learning Mandarin after being proficient in Spanish, English, and German and has basic French and Italian as well.  He is an Industrial Engineer with his MBA. He's been married since 2000 and the couple have 5 children. Gustavo loves rugby, has run 4 marathons and hopes to begin training to do his first US marathon in Chicago. Gustavo is another wonderful conversationalist and like John, can talk about many topics and interests.
Plan to attend the Rotary International Convention in Toronto - contact Past District Governor and member of the Convention Goers Fellowship to learn more