29 Apr

Program for 30 April

Chuck Vollmer presents Jobenomics. Jobenomics deals with the economics of business, job, wealth and tax revenue creation. Jobenomics, the national grassroots movement, has a goal of creating 20 million new US private sector jobs by 2020. The Jobenomics movement has grown significantly in the last year and a half. Over two million people have been reached via national and social media, lectures, as well as word-of-mouth. Our movement appeals to all categories of people, from liberals to conservatives, rich to poor, urban and rural,...

22 Apr

Program for April 23

Maestro Kim Allen Kluge has been likened to the great poetic conductors of our time, distinguished by his powerful conducting style and its dramatic impact. As current Music Director of the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra in the Nation’s Capital, Maestro Kluge’s accomplishments were noted by The Washington Post “…Kluge has fashioned an ensemble with tremendous musical responsiveness, and every instrumental group… bears the mark of his intelligence and drive.” In his work, Maestro Kluge merges music with other performing, visual and...

16 Apr

Program for April 16

Steve Gurney founded Guide to Retirement Living SourceBook in 1990. Drawing from the experience of observing his family caring for Steve’s aging grandfather, he created a comprehensive publication to help others in the same situation. Over the next few years Steve expanded the publication to three regional editions, DC metro, State of Maryland, and the Philadelphia region. Steve has worked closely with nearly every regional and national organization on aging to help maximize their exposure and helping find solutions to...

01 Apr

Program for April 2nd

Mr. Len Forkas founded Hopecam in 2002 after seeing firsthand the loneliness, boredom, and isolation his son endured while homebound and undergoing treatment for cancer. In an effort to changes things for other children going through a similar ordeal, he founded this nonprofit with the singular mission of connecting homebound children undergoing treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses with their schools and classmates. Len Forkas has over 20 years experience as an entrepreneur in the real estate development industry. In 1996 he formed...

18 Mar

Program for 19 March 2013

We are pleased to have Kim Saville of The School of St. Jude in Arusha, Tanzania with us today The School of St. Jude provides a high quality, free education to bright but extremely poor Tanzanian students. Students learn in English, and teachers participate in professional development. The school is supported by Rotarians and generous individuals from all over the world. Before the School of St. Jude opened in 2002, children in this area would either go to one of the local...