May 21 -- Michelle Grindle from Waste Management (WM) will tell us what her company does for our community, our country, and beyond. Find out what is trash and what is not trash and how this giant company makes recyclables into useful products. Ever wonder what happens to the garbage that you put out on the street, where it goes, and how you can help? You'll find out on May 21.
May 28 – No Meeting. Memorial Day.
June 4 – Presentation of High School Scholarships, funded by the Club
June 11 -- Our own Dennis Zitnak will present a program on SPAM--- that's right SPAM. Everybody makes fun of SPAM including Monte Python skits. Even the name SPAM has morphed into computer language meaning trash or junk. But SPAM was an essential food product for our US and Allied troops in World War II. The product was created in 1937 and is sold in 41 countries on 6 continents. Hormel, who makes this canned pork meat concoction, has its headquarters in Austin, Minnesota (Dennis's hometown). Dennis even worked there while going through school. The narrator of our program today is employee Jeff Johnson who will tell us about the fascinating SPAM museum. 
June 18 -- Mike Gomoll will talk about the scourge of epilepsy. Epilepsy affects 1 person out of every 26.
Wisconsin has 65,000 people who have epilepsy. That is more than Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, Cystic Fibrosis, and Cerebral Palsy combined, yet epilepsy remains a mystery to the general public and misunderstood by and large. Mike's mission is to raise awareness and funds in the battle against epilepsy. His topic is entitled "Joey's Song" who lost his life of this disease at the age of 5. This will likely be our first LIVE meeting post-COVID!


Meeting ID: 665 622 324

Password: 589137

One tap mobile

+13126266799,,665622324#,,1#,589137# US (Chicago)