Karin Franklin introduced David Gould.  UI Public Policy Center "Power of the Chorus Creating a World of Change Makers".  David talked about making higher education more meaningful.  He receives over 100 reflections per week.  "Handle all with Care".  David's personal goal as an instructor, is to slow down the education for students and allow them to capture the world.  He sees students fatigued, burned out, much anxiety, overwhelmed, and depressed.  
In 2017 he invited Amanda Gorman Now, National Youth Poet Laureate.  He talked about running for your life from fire, you become angry, bring a buck of water, a cup or teaspoon to help with your issues. 
Pay attention to our youth.  It is ok if when they graduate from high school, that they do not know about the future.  There is time!  
President Jenny called the meeting to order at 7:05 am.  She began the meeting with a "Wonderful WEIRD Hat.  Red with floppy ears.
Can sorting, Friday September 9th at 9:00 am.  
Meeting September 13 is at House into Homes at 7:00 am.  Dunkin Donuts, coffee, and juice.  No Zoom option.
Pam Ehly talked about the District 6000 Grant received for $2500 for the Family Sanctuary at the Childrens Museum. Deb O. helped write the grant.  The grants are graded, one of the key factors is the money from the Club contributed to the Rotary Foundation. 
Karin Franklin mentioned "One Summit".  September 29th 6:30-8:00 pm virtually.   Topics, Food Insecurity, literacy, membership, public image, and The Rotary Foundation. 
Meeting was adjourned at 8:00 am.