Speaker Date Topic
RYLA Camp Scholars Mar 27, 2019 12:00 PM
Rotary Youth Leadership Academy
Rotary Youth Leadership Academy

The Del Norte Rotary Club sponsored six youth -- three young men and three young women, all who will be seniors at their respective high schools -- to the prestigious Rotary Youth Leadership Academy camp that was held last July at the Manzano Mountain Retreat near Torreon, N.M. Several of those who attended the challenging high-adventure camp will share their experiences with the club. The program for our Rotary District 5520 is headed by Shane LeMon of the Rotary Club of Albuquerque, and for our club by Alice Mehlberg, who received the District RYLA's Most Valuable Person Award for 2018.

Richard Brewster Apr 03, 2019 12:00 PM
Wheelchairs for Polio
Wheelchairs for Polio

Richard Brewster, retired nuclear power engineer, and his wife, Susan, a retired nurse, have been Rotarians for some 20 years. As Mercy Ships volunteers, they have visited various West African countries, spending many months in each. Their time in Sierra Leone was especially fulfilling, as they helped raise funds for 500 wheelchairs for polio victims in Sierra Leone. They are currently visiting in Albuquerque from their home in Eastern Long Island, New York.

Rosanne Roberts Archuletta Apr 10, 2019 12:00 PM
"Women Marked for History"
"Women Marked for History"

Rosanne Roberts Archuletta is the co-author with Phil Archoletta of Women Marked for History, which won the New Mexico Heritage Preservation Award in 2015. She is currently the Learning and Development Director at CUSO Financial Services in Santa Fe. Previously, she was the principal of R.M. Roberts & Associates, a human resources consulting firm. Among her clients was Citibank, Visa Corporation and Stanford University.

None: Main Club & Satellite Joint Meeting Apr 17, 2019 6:00 PM
"Getting to Know You"

Our Del; Norte Rotary Host Club and its Satellite venture will meet together to "get to know you" dinner meeting at the Sheraton Uptown Hotel. No speaker is planned for this social & meet-and-greet dinner meeting. (That means no regular luncheon meeting for our host club members.)

Emily K. Howard Apr 24, 2019 12:00 PM
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Emily is an Albuquerque native and graduated from St. Pius, then went on to earn her BBA in Business/Marketing at TCU in Fort Worth. She worked for two large advertising agencies in Dallas before happily coming home in 2005. She is a brand and marketing strategist and recently joined the team at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Cenbter as Vice President of Marketing. As she likes to put it, she is "adept at finding order in marketing chaos."