Speaker Date Topic
Club Business Jun 28, 2017
No Meeting - Happy Independence Day Jul 05, 2017
Soroosh Werner Karamyar Jul 12, 2017
Fox River Kayaking Company
Fox River Kayaking Company

Fox River Kayaking Company is dedicated to Wisconsin, the Fox River, and all people interested in the culture these environments cradle. Providing superior quality experiences across the Fox River Valley; we assure safety, education, and a family-fun experience on the water. We are passionate, rebellious, and spirited leaders that work as a team inspiring preservation, well-being and the adventure of life!

Lt. Matt Albrecht Jul 19, 2017
City of Menasha K9 Program
City of Menasha K9 Program
Jon Miskowski Jul 26, 2017
Making of Hometown Stories Neenah/Menasha
Making of Hometown Stories Neenah/Menasha

http://wpt.org/community/reel-to-real/collection/wisconsin-hometown-stories

Bob Mundt, Presdident CEO Aug 02, 2017
Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce
Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce

Bob Mundt, CEcD, CCE, IOM, joined the Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce as its president/CEO on April 19, 2017. Bob is joining the Chamber after 25 years as the president/CEO of the Council Bluffs (Iowa) Area Chamber of Commerce.

Sarah Wright Aug 09, 2017
Weight of the Fox Valley
Weight of the Fox Valley

Promoting Healthy Weight in Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago Counties

Achieving and maintaining a healthy weight is not a solo journey.

Weight of the Fox Valley is a community health initiative designed to address active lifestyles and healthy habits among Fox Valley residents to reach and maintain a healthy weight.

Dr. Dugal Aug 16, 2017
Sikh Temple of the Fox Valley
Dick Campbell Aug 23, 2017
THE BUILDING OF THE ERIE CANAL (1817 – 1825)
THE BUILDING OF THE ERIE CANAL (1817 – 1825)

The history of the Erie Canal is a riveting story of American ingenuity. A great project that Thomas Jefferson judged to be “a little short of madness,” and that others compared with going to the moon, soon turned into one of the most successful and influential public investments in American history. In the first quarter-century of the 1800s the leaders of our fledging nation had quickly recognized that the Appalachian mountain range was a formidable obstacle to uniting the Atlantic states with the vast lands of the west. A pathway for commerce as well as travel was critical to the security and expansion of the American Revolution’s achievement.

Club Business Aug 30, 2017
Michelle Bachaus, Wisconsin Bike Federation Sep 13, 2017
bike safety, biking for transportation and Walktober
bike safety, biking for transportation and Walktober
Bill Van Lopik, Esther Community Organizer Sep 20, 2017
Community Work on Prison Reform
Club Business Sep 27, 2017