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We are thrilled to announce the upcoming speaker series and events hosted by the Milwaukee Northshore Rotary Club. We are excited to hear from a diverse and accomplished roster of speakers, from global scholars to executive directors of impactful organizations.

Please mark your calendars for these insightful presentations:



Brigitte N. Potter, a passionate advocate for peace and refugees from Glendale, Wisconsin, has been awarded a prestigious $30,000 Global Grant Scholarship by Rotary International District 6270. The grant, approved by The Rotary Foundation, will support Brigitte's pursuit of a Master of Science degree in International Migration and Public Policy at the renowned London School of Economics and Political Science in the United Kingdom. With a focus on addressing the challenges surrounding refugees and forced migration, Brigitte aims to contribute to "Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution," her Rotary Area of Focus.
We have set the date for our upcoming "Service Above Self" annual award Luncheon.    It will be held April 24 at the Four Points Sheraton from 11:00 am  to 1:30pm.  We will be recognizing once Junior boy and one Junior Girl from each of the eight North Shore area high schools.   We will honor them with a $100 scholarship and a plaque recognizing them for their efforts in their school and community. 
We hope you can join us on the 24th! 
Milwaukee North Shore Welcomes You
Milwaukee North Shore
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Mondays at 12:00 p.m.
Four Points - Sheraton Milwaukee North
8900 Kildeer Court
Brown Deer, WI 53209
United States of America
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