23
Feb
2021
Rotary Club of Saint Paul
Zoom & InterContinental St. Paul Riverfront
11 E Kellogg Blvd
Saint Paul, MN 55101
United States of America

In-person Attendees:  Due to COVID-19 protocol, all in-person attendees must pre-register by 2:00 PM on February 17th. 

Virtual Attendees: Registration is not required. The online registration is only for in-person attendees. Please see the Zoom and Facebook Live information below

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12:00 PM Log-in
12:15 PM Meeting Called to Order

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/98100982559?pwd=eUFwcXJnd1BFS1BPY2hxellYb2wzQT09

Meeting ID: 981 0098 2559
Passcode: 572499
Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/events/3777551018958553/

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What will “Rotary Opens Opportunities” mean in our post COVID world and how might it change Rotary for the long-term? 
How has serving as your RI President during this unprecedented time changed me.

Rotary Clubs 10 & 9 are pleased to welcome 2020-2021 RI President Holger Knaack via Zoom as speaker and guest of honor at our annual Hybrid Joint Club Meeting.

2020-2021 RI President Holger Knaack

Knaack is the CEO of Knaack KG, a real estate company. He was previously a partner and general manager of Knaack Enterprises, a 125-year-old family business which provides sales intelligence on more than 120 million businesses.

For his Rotary vision, Knaack wants to see more women in leadership roles and see Rotaractors play an integral role in how new clubs are formed and run. He encouraged district leaders to create new club models and rethink what it means to be in Rotary, and allow young people to be the architects of these new clubs.

“We have to be open to new approaches, and creating unique clubs for younger people is just part of the solution,” said Knaack. “Let Rotaractors decide what kind of Rotary experience works best for them. These young people are bright, energetic, and they get things done.”

In stressing the need for Rotary members to embrace change, Knaack noted that time won’t slow down for Rotary: “We will not let rapid change defeat us. We will capture this moment to grow Rotary, making it stronger, more adaptable, and even more aligned with our core values.”

The guest fee for lunch is $25.00 payable onsite (does not apply to Club 9 or Club 10 members).

A discounted parking rate of $5.00 is available at the InterContinental parking ramp


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