Explore the latest updates from around D6250! Stay tuned for periodic updates to spread the word, inspire hope, and create a positive impact.




Ruth Schmidt, the Executive Director of the Wisconsin Early Childhood Association, spoke about the current state of childcare in Wisconsin at a recent meeting with Rotary Club of Madison. She highlights the importance of a strong and affordable childcare system to support a strong workforce. (Details from Jessika Kasten/February)










The Rotary Club of Menomonie is excited for the 2024 Grant Recipients! These grants contribute to a wide range of projects, both big and small. 






The Prairie du Chien Rotary Club is hosting a showing of "Decoding the Driftless" Extended-Cut Film and NEW Bonus Videos on February 24, 2024, at the Prairie Du Chien Area Arts Center in partnership with Sustainable Driftless Inc. The film takes viewers on an adventure exploring the Driftless Region, showcasing its breathtaking landscapes. The event also accepts free will donations to support Youth Programs, including Rotary Youth Exchange, Mississippi River Adventure Days, and Rotary Youth Leadership Awards.





Big thanks to the volunteers from Rotary and Jefferson High School for their help with setting up at the latest Rotary Club of Jefferson event. 









D6250 Administrator Megs Lunn has arrived in town on Feb. 11th (from the Philippines) and was welcomed by PP Jim Nelson at the airport.












Then Rotary Club of Fort Atkinson Pres. Jill, hosted a welcome healthy dinner and good ol' bonding time with some of the crew to welcome Admin Megs. Everyone had a blast catching up. 











This week, District Governor Nominee Designate (DGND) PP Scott Ryan, representing the Holmen Area Rotary Club, paid a brief visit on Feb. 12th to the Rotary Club of Fitchburg-Verona Horizons. President Tim, PR Lyn, and other members present warmly welcomed him. Moreover, he is set to host Administrator Megs Lunn for a couple of days in the La Crosse area.














The Madison Leaders Group has been active for nearly eight years, providing a valuable round-table forum for current and future leaders to gather in one place. Here, they discuss leadership issues, receive updates from the Assistant Governor (this year being Erin Luken), and engage in face-to-face interactions and the recent meet-up with Admin 6250 Megs Lunn. (February 12)










During a recent meeting, Rtn. Aaron from the La Crosse-After Hours Rotary Club jazzed up the scene by tossing in a Ski goggle challenge, sparking giggles and cheers all around. Time to sprinkle some pizzazz into your club gatherings with your own quirky twists!

Oh, and make sure to save the date for February 22nd. If skiing or snowboarding isn't your thing, you can still have a great time enjoying music, food, and drinks at the ski lodge. (Feb 13)








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