September 9 – Pontoon Ride

Pontoon Pleasure Picnic with Palate Pleasing Profferings

Beginning at 2:00 pm.  Meet at Spirit Lake Marina (Riverside Area), we will then proceed to Pokegama Bay/Kimball Bay

$15.00 per person (tips for captains of the boat will be donated to Eco Rotary)

In case of imperfect weather we will promenade to Ann Glumac’s Palace.

Contact Brenda Denton or Ann Glumac to reserve your spot.

18 people maxiumum

Volunteer Information for Dragon Boat Fesitval

Paddlers and Sponsors Wanted !

The Lake Superior Dragon Boat Festival is just around the corner, August 25-26, and we still have seats to fill!  The Harbor City Roller Dames are joining us again to fill the boat, but we probably have another 2 spots vacant, so let me know if you’re interested.  It was a blast last year!
Of COURSE, we also need your money!  Can you or your company sponsor?  Anything helps.   Our goal is $1500, so please consider asking your company/boss/spouse/etc. if there’s any spare cash for a great cause.  Please let me (knosugref@gmail.com) know if you’re interested as soon as possible.   Note, the Spott Law Office already kicked in $200!!  Way to go Kay & Pat! 

Dragon Boat Practice

Wednesday, August 23 at 5:30 at Barker’s Island.

August 8 – Annalisa Peterson

Eco Rotary speaker is Annalisa Harrington Peterson, a native Duluthian, who has been mediating and working in the field of conflict resolution since 2002. She is the Duluth Program Director for the Conflict Resolution Center, an attorney and an adjunct professor in the Health Care Management and Management Studies Departments at the University of Minnesota Duluth’s Labovitz School of Business & Economics. Annalisa is passionate about the power of mediation skills to improve communication, foster mutual respect and empower those in conflict to achieve meaningful resolution.

Annalisa Harrington Peterson, JD, MDR

Duluth Program Director

Conflict Resolution Center

website: http://www.crcminnesota.org