Speaker Date Topic
Katie Luce, Community Events Manager Aug 26, 2019
Alzheimer's Association
Alzheimer's Association

Katie was born and raised in Greenville, Maine like her great grandmother, grandmother, and mother before her. In 2004 she graduated high school and left for the big city of Bangor where she earned her Bachelors Degree of Communications from the New England School of Communications (now part of Husson University). She worked in various marketing positions in Eastern and Central Maine and was inspired to help organize and eventually lead the Kennebec Valley Walk to End Alzheimer's after seeing her great grandmother battle the disease and seeing her grandmother receive a diagnosis. In 2018 Katie joined the Alzheimer's Association as a staff member and goes to work every day with a goal of putting herself out of work. Katie currently lives in Skowhegan with her husband Ben and their beloved dog Brutus. 

No Meeting - LABOR DAY Sep 02, 2019
Lizzy Reinholt - Senior Director, Corp. Affairs Sep 09, 2019
Summit Natural Gas - Cow Powered Bio-Gas
Summit Natural Gas - Cow Powered Bio-Gas
Club Assembly Sep 16, 2019
PDG Al Feather, Farmington Rotary Sep 23, 2019
Earlyact, Interact & Rotaract
Earlyact, Interact & Rotaract
Mike Guarino, Community Development Sep 30, 2019 5:30 PM
ON SITE TOUR & Social Hour at Snow Pond Center for the Arts 5:30-6:45
Tina Chapman Oct 07, 2019
Centennial Celebration a year look back
Centennial Celebration a year look back

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No meeting - Holiday Oct 14, 2019
Jeff Clements, American Promise Oct 21, 2019
28th Amendment reversing Citizens United decision

Clements spoke to a smaller group for the Chamber this spring. This is a non-political topic that was already voted as a resolution by the Maine Legislature in 2013 (http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/bills/getPDF.asp?paper=SP0548&item=1&snum=126)

Isaac Axtell, Acupuncturist Oct 28, 2019
Maine Comprehensive Health Institute

 Isaac graduated from Bastyr University in 2012. During his studies he became particularly interested in Tui Na (a form of Chinese body work). Isaac finished his degree working in internal medicine, gynecology, and pediatrics departments in hospitals around Chengdu and Shanghai, China.

     Upon completion of his studies he moved to Big Island Hawaii where he grew a private practice, worked along side naturopathic doctors at a detox retreat, and was a core faculty member and chief resident with the Hawaii College of Oriental Medicine. His motivation is to work with a variety of other practitioners, whether they be from a Western or alternative mindset, to find the treatment that works best for the patient. He is a member of  National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), Maine Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAAOM),  and is licensed to practice both acupuncture and Chinese herbalism in Maine.

     Isaac's practice emphasizes manual therapies, cupping, and acupuncture to manage chronic pain and musculoskeletal conditions.

No Meeting - Veteran's Day Nov 11, 2019
Rotary Foundation update & Rotary Auction work Nov 18, 2019
Scott MacDonald, CEO/Founder MTG Nov 25, 2019
Cyber Security

Scott graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga, Tennessee. With 20 years of extensive experience in the IT and Technology industry, Scott has taken an instrumental role in some of the most complex technological installations in the US. From 2005 until 2010, Scott was President and Owner of e-Production Group in Chicago, Illinois. While there, he worked closely with Fortune 1000 corporations to identify costly profit losses and security exposure with regards to their data infrastructure.

In August 2010, Scott relocated with his children to Central Maine. He quickly saw a need for Maine businesses to have access to cutting-edge technology and IT solutions. He immediately identified a way to help add profit to the bottom line of most companies by correctly integrating technology, even in a slowed economy. His ability to understand the complexities of document management and business process automation, as well as the assessment of existing IT infrastructure within various industries, make him a very valuable asset for any company.

Scott currently serves in several capacities for several organizations in the State of Maine including Vice Chair of the Maine is IT Advisory Board, on the New Membership Committee and Ambassador for Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce, New Membership Committee, Ambassador and Marketing Committee for Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce and is part of the Business Growth Services initiative for the Manufacturing Association of Maine.

Mid-Year check in with the Club Jan 13, 2020
What we have accomplished and what we have to look forward to in 2020
MLK Day Jan 20, 2020