Explore the latest updates from around D6250! Stay tuned for periodic updates to spread the word, inspire hope, and create a positive impact.
On Feb. 19, 2024, D6250 Admin Megs had a meet and greet with Jenny Tasker, President of the Rotary Club of Waunakee, and Rotarian Janette Jordee. It was refreshing to engage with a young and enthusiastic leader. Jenny was motivated by her PETS training and found attending Tricon to be a valuable experience in deepening her understanding and appreciation of Rotary. The day was truly wonderful.
The Rotary Club of Madison hosted the Rotary Ethics Symposium in Dane County which brings together high school juniors to learn ethical decision-making skills. Students engage in real-life ethical dilemmas and discussions, fostering empathy, critical thinking, and leadership. The event empowers participants to make a positive impact in their communities and the world by understanding consequences and considering diverse perspectives.



District Team Training Seminar (DTTS) held at First Supply, Madison on February 17th was well-organized by DGE Todd, providing support for the district. After the productive District Team Training Seminar (DTTS) on February 17th, the team gathered for a fellowship dinner and extended their discussions post the board meeting. It was a great opportunity for everyone to connect on a personal level outside of Rotary, while still keeping Rotary at the center of it all.












The Portage Rotary Club donated two AEDs to the Portage Park and Rec Board, designated for the Bruce Smith Little League Complex and Silver Lake Beach. The club is confident that this contribution will positively impact the community they continue to serve.










Governor Michelle and Administrator Megs attended the Rotary Club of Madison last Feb. 21. Administrator Megs took the stage to introduce Tricon and urge everyone to share their impactful stories for the dispatch. Neil expressed gratitude towards Rotary as a second-generation Rotarian. Initially, he believed Rotary meetings were just about having coffee, but he soon realized they were much more. Attending these meetings also gave him time to bond with his father. Engaging in various tasks within Rotary convinced him to remain a part of the organization, confirming his commitment to stay.












Governor Michelle and Administrator Megs made an appearance at the Rotary Club of Waunakee today. The club exuded energy and positive vibes. Megs, who is also from her home club Rotary Club of Metro Kalibo, D3850 Philippines, collaborated with this group on a district grant to refurbish an old building to become a Rotary Community Corp (RCC) Livelihood and Training Center, which will house the trained single mom/non-working mothers in dressmaking. It was a wonderful opportunity for her to meet individuals who have visited the Philippines. In Rotary, everyone is considered part of the family.








The Rotary Club of Edgerton High School Interact Club are rockstars and rolled up their sleeves and dived into the community action! They lent a hand at the Soup's On recent event for Edgerton Community Outreach. Thumbs up to these stellar students for spreading the love!









Last Feb. 16, Michael Wagner is featured in our Rotarian Spotlight during the Rotary Club of La Crosse-Downtown meeting! He recently became a member in January. Michael has an interesting past, having met the Dalai Lama, revealing his favorite movie is 'Clue', and showcasing his talent for making delicious homemade pizza. He has connected with numerous Rotarians in our club and is eager to collaborate on upcoming service initiatives. Congratulations!











​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Rotary Club of La Crosse-After Hours takes great pride in being a member of one of the largest service organizations globally. To commemorate Feb. 23 - Rotary International 119 years of making a positive impact on the world, they celebrated by proudly wearing their favorite Rotary merchandise.










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We welcome you to share your impactful story for the dispatch as well. Kindly email Admin Megs at admin@rotary6250.org