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Rochester Chapter
Rochester, Minnesota

Calendar of Events

Rochester Chapter
Meeting Times

The Rochester Chapter meets on the first Thursday of each month - except in January, February, July, and August when we do not meet. Our schedule is as follows:

Social Time
9:00 am - 9:30 am
9:30 am - 10:30 am
10:45 am - 11:45 am
Lunch (Optional)
12:15 pm

The following programs begin at 10:45 am and are free and open to the public.

September 1, 2016

Program Title: New Educational Resource and Community Classroom Committees
Presenter: Robyn Gifford

October 6, 2016

Program Title: New MN State Veterans Cemetery in Preston, MN
Presenter: Rob Gross, Director, MN State Veterans Cemetery in Preston, MN

November 3, 2016

Program Title: Portraits of Fallen Heroes
Presenter: Char Wiskow

December 1, 2016

Program Title: 75th Anniversary of the Attack of Pearl Harbor
and the 100th Anniversary of the National Park Service
Presenter: Janel Kaster & Patty Arndt

March 2, 2017

Program Title: Identity Thief, Personal Protection and Safety Issues
Presenter: Darrel Hildebrant, Rochester Police Department

April 1, 2017
Award Ceremony

Program Title: Evolution in military tactics from the Revolutionary War to those of Present
Presenter: Barry McKnight, RCTC History Instructor
April 6, 2017

Program Title: Shooting Star Native Seeds
Presenter: Jessica Strinmoen

May 4, 2017

Program Title: Melanoma 101
Presenter: Lisa Kottschade APRN, MSN, CNP

June 1, 2017

Program Title: WWI Exhibit and Tour of Dodge County History Center
Presenter: Maryann Bucher

For more information on our meetings or programs contact our Chapter Representative.


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Created: 14 June 2001
Redesigned: 31 August 2009
Updated: 4 September 2016

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