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Suzanne Brault-Pagel with United Way Fox Cities spoke to our club about her involvement with the Born Learning Trail projects in the community. A Born Learning Trail provides young children with an opportunity to get active, have fun and boost language and literacy skills. The "trail" features age-appropriate, simple-to-construct activities that can be set up outdoors or inside a building. There are currently trails in Pierce Park and Plamann Park in Appleton.
Local poet Karla Huston visited our noon luncheon last week and shared a bit about poetry and how the arts are or are not being supported in Wisconsin. She shared several of her poems with us as well and I can surely speak for the group that we enjoyed them thoroughly. Her poems provided some fantastic mental pictures as she read them and most were tied to simple everyday experiences or to something we in the Fox Cities are familiar with. We were thrilled to have her and welcome her back anytime. You can take a look at her website here: Karla Huston - Poet
Our President-Elect, Aaron Zemlock, attended the 2014 Midwest PETS (President Elect Training Seminar) in Itasca, IL this past weekend. A great time was had by all who attended. Rotary fellowship was alive and well. A special honor was being able to meet and speak with former Rotary International President, Ray Klinginsmith.
The Menasha Rotary Club got a first hand look at the progess being made on the design and upcoming building of the new Menasha High School.
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