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WPRC Assists with Service Project in Korea
WPRC 2018-2019 President Larry Myers assisted the Rotary Club of Seoul with a Christmas service project on Wednesday, December 19. More than 50 clients of the Kyonam Welfare Center (for developmentally disabled adults) enjoyed a gala that included a sumptuous Korean buffet, cake decorating, balloon making, and karaoke singing & dancing. Myers returns to Wisconsin on January 1 after a three-month church deployment to the Republic of Korea.
WPRC Approves BoD Proposed Changes
In response to the WPRC Board of Directors' recommended changes to the weekly meeting time and venue, the entire WPRC membership approved the proposed changes by a vote of 24-2. Currently, the membership of WPRC stands at 27. Thus, 96% of the WPRC membership participated in the decision.

Starting in January 2019, our weekly meeting format will move to the following approach:

  • Breakfast meeting to be held on the first Tuesday and second Tuesday of the month with a start time of 7:00 a.m. and end time of 8:00 a.m.  

  • After Hours social to be held the third Tuesday of the month with a start time of 5:30 p.m.

  • Board of Directors will meet on the fourth Tuesday of the month with a start time of 7:00 a.m.

  • If there is a fifth Tuesday of the month, some sort of hands-on project will occur .

Final details on meeting location(s), any changes in costs, etc., will be released in the next few weeks.

WPRC Satellite Club Makes Plans
The Rotary Satellite Club of WPRC Muskego After Hours met on Thursday, December 13, and continues to plan its future and eventual chartering as a full Rotary club. Following are their plans for the early months of 2019.
  • We committed to partnering with the New Berlin Rotary Club for their Murder Mystery dinner on Saturday, Feb 23, 2019. If you are interested in playing a role, please contact Dr. Kelly Thompson (, President of the WPRC satellite club, or contact the New Berlin club representative directly (
  • We will further explore a partnership with Muskego Parks and Recreatopm department to support building a walking bridge near Lake Denoon. Connections are being made with the department to provide us with more details. If this is manageable for our club, we will look to raise funds (potentially through a Frisbee golf competition or run/walk event).
  • We will not be meeting in person on December 27. Rather, each member is asked to provide input and feedback on new or already discussed service projects via the Google Docs link provided to satellite club members.
The new satellite club is an after-hours club that meets on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of each month at the Muskego Circle, a community center hosted by Lakepoint Church. Location is S63W13694 W. Janesville Road.
Happy Home, India, Update
Students and staff of the Happy Home, Kolar Gold Fields, Karnataka, India, gather for a photo op to display gifts received in this Advent-Christmas season from sponsors in the Compassion International program. Happy Home was the recipient of a TRF Global Grant in the 2015-2017 time frame. Written by Whitnall Park Rotary Club, the international partner, the Global Grant included a water purification system, a solar panel electric power system, and Vocational Training Team staff development by Easter Seals of Southeastern Wisconsin.
WPRC President Honored by Sae HanYang Rotary Club of Seoul
WPRC 2018-2019 President Larry Myers was honored by the Sae HanYang Rotary Club of Seoul, Korea, at their 32nd Anniversary Dinner & Charity Auction on Monday evening, December 10. He was presented with a photo volume entitled Hanok ("The Korean House"), co-authored by Nani Park, the spouse of the club's President Elect, Thomas Park. She also autographed the volume for Rotarian Myers. Included in the volume are photos of the home of Bo-Seon Yun, 2nd President of the Republic of Korea. The home is currently occupied by Mr. Sang-Koo Yun, his son who is a charter member of the club and currently serving as a Trustee (2018-2022) for The Rotary Foundation. The gift was purchased by Sae-Jin Lee, 2018-2019 President of the Sae HanYang Rotary, as a part of the charity auction at the anniversary dinner. He presented the special gift to Rotarian Myers to take back to the USA with him.
Satellite Club Jingles on Janesville
Members of the newly formed WPRC Satellite Club of Muskego participated in the first annual "Jingle on Janesville" on Saturday, November 24. Purpose of the event was to highlight the businesses and service organizations of the city. The new satellite club is an after-hours club that meets on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of each month at the Muskego Circle, a community center hosted by Lakepoint Church. Location is S63W13694 W. Janesville Road. Contact the club president, Dr. Kelly Thompson (, to express your interest in this new satellite and to receive information on dates, times, & locations of all activities.
Vincent Rocco "mans" the display table for the
WPRC Satellite Club of Muskego After Hours
at Jingle on Janesvile
2018 WPRC  Christmas Art & Craft Fair
Whitnall Park Rotary Club hosted its annual Christmas Art & Crafts Fair on December 1, 2018, at Whitnall High School. The event was a huge success with 1,958 guests offering a $3 entrance donation at the doors. More than 160 crafters displayed and sold their items to this huge crowd. WPRC members, their family members, and other recruits did an awesome job of team work and expended great effort to ensure success. Thanks to all, and congratulations, on a job excellently done! WPRC member Kent Bieganski (retired Chief of Police, Hales Corners) has provided some 60 photos from this great event. See the slide show by clicking here.
WPRC November 2018 Students of the Month
"Students of the Month" for November 2018 were Mary Jensik and Charley Riegg, both seniors at Whitnall High School. The Student of the Month program offers area high school seniors the opportunity to learn about Rotary and to share their own aspirations and pursuits. Congratulations, Mary & Charley, for being selected as Student of the Month!
District 6270 Global Grant Scholar
Ciara McHugh, 2018-2020 Global Grant Scholar from Rotary District 6270, has begun her PhD. program at Queens University in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She describes her program in her own words:  "Over the next few years, through the support of LINCS (Leverhulme Interdisiplinary Network for Cyber Security) and the Rotary Foundation's Global Grant Scholarship, I'll be exploring how police and communities interact around the world. I'm interested in looking at tensions between minority groups and police forces, and how we might rethink relationships between the two." Follow Ciara's progress and adventures via her blog:
Rotary Knowledge

The answer will be given by each individual Rotarian at the weekly meeting. Please, no sharing of the answer with others. Our goal is to have every Rotarian answer the question correctly by reading The Rotarian. You are on your honor. Don’t let us down!


April 21, 2020
According to the March issue of The Rotarian, If you ask a person about a disability, what should happen?
May 5, 2020
According to the April issue of The Rotarian, what did volunteers in Baker City, Oregon work to straighten, reset and stabilize?
May 12, 2020                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      According to the April issue of The Rotarian, what does MEAL stand for and what is it’s purpose?
May 19, 2020                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          According to the April issue of The Rotarian, how many much plastic ends up in the ocean every year?
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John Bennett
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Michael Breitbach
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Terri Delke
Tim Dittloff
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Larry Feinstein
Gilbert Frenn
James Helminski
Jeremiah Johnson
Larry Myers
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Lisa Olson
Robert Petri
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Michelle Tate
James Thorsen
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Judy Weiss
Thomas Weiss
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