Speaker Date Topic
Ben Nelson Oct 01, 2021
Book: Death of the Senate
Book: Death of the Senate
Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2021_1001
Time: Oct 1, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 821 0498 8090
John Herdman and Tami Lambie Oct 08, 2021
Membership excitement - retention and new faces
Membership excitement - retention and new faces
Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2021_1008
Time: Oct 8, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 860 5679 2588
Dr. De Tonack Oct 15, 2021
The Mathilda Effect—Forgotten Women in Science
The Mathilda Effect—Forgotten Women in Science
Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2021_1015
Time: Oct 15, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 823 9886 9312
 

BIO

Dr. De Tonack was born and grew up on a farm in Holdrege, Nebraska, a product of country schools and Swedish heritage.  She received her college degrees from what was then Kearney State College and her Ph.D. later from UNL. 

She has enjoyed many years teaching mathematics and physics in Kearney and in Lincoln, with her last full time employment with LPS at the Science Focus Program, i.e., “Zoo School.”  She has also taught as an adjunct professor at Nebraska Wesleyan University and continues to enjoy volunteering for Sheldon Museum of Art , OLLI and the Nebraska State Educaetion Association-Retired.

Tom Randa and Connie Duncan Oct 22, 2021
Cultural Centers Collaborative
Cultural Centers Collaborative
Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2021_1022
Time: Oct 22, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 821 8953 0953

BIOS

Connie Duncan
Promoting education for all children has always been Connie Duncan’s passion. Connie was a special education teacher for Lincoln Public Schools for 17 years, followed by four years as a Retention Specialist for a low-income, first-generation scholarship called Learn to Dream at Southeast Community College. 
 
Connie is Vice President of Philanthropy for Nebraska Children and Families Foundation and is also very active in her community. She is an elected official on the Lincoln Public Schools Board of Education and serves on several community boards, such as Humanities Nebraska and United Way of Lincoln. Connie serves as director of her family's foundation, Duncan Family Trust. Most recently, Connie has taken on the part time position with the Cultural Centers of Lincoln Collaborative as their project manager.
 
Connie was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska, and met her husband Todd while in high school. She has a music performance degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University and graduate work and a teaching certificate from UNL. Connie and Todd have twin boys that are now married. PK and Katie Duncan live in Lincoln and both work for Duncan Aviation. Harrison and Brooke Duncan live in Atlanta, Georgia where Harrison is working on his MBA at Georgia Tech.
No Meeting At The venue Oct 29, 2021
Attend the Salute to Business Event October 26
Attend the Salute to Business Event October 26

The Rotary Clubs of Lincoln will host the Salute to Business. The honoree this year is TMCO.

There will not be a meeting this week at The Venue - instead members are encouraged to attend the Salute to Business.

Click here for details.

Heath Stuckenholz Nov 05, 2021
Hausman Construction
Hausman Construction
Heath Stuckenholz Nov 05, 2021
Hausman Construction
Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2021_1105
Time: Nov 5, 2021 12:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 854 8266 8903
Joe Roberts, Lincoln South Rotary Club Chair Nov 12, 2021
The Rotary Foundation
The Rotary Foundation
Tammy Ward - Lincoln City Council Nov 19, 2021
Urban Gardens
Urban Gardens
No Meeting Nov 26, 2021
Enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday
Enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday
Vi See - Executive Director Dec 03, 2021
Tour - Community Action Partnership of Lancaster and Saunders Counties
Tour - Community Action Partnership of Lancaster and Saunders Counties
Jeannine Bryant - Changing Spaces Dec 10, 2021
Reducing Clutter
Reducing Clutter
No Meeting Dec 24, 2021
Enjoy the Christmas Holiday
Enjoy the Christmas Holiday
No Meeting Dec 31, 2021
Enjoy the New Year's Weekend
Enjoy the New Year's Weekend
Tyler Hildebrand Jan 28, 2022
Nebraska Volleyball

BIO - click here for a printable version of the bio.

Tyler Hildebrand was named an associate head coach for the Nebraska volleyball program in January 2020. Hildebrand, who helped coach the Huskers to an NCAA Championship as an assistant coach in 2017, joined the Huskers again after two years as the Director of Coaching for the USA Volleyball Beach National Team Program.

Hildebrand is the first associate head coach in John Cook's tenure (2000-present). He had a remarkable season at Nebraska in 2017, helping the Huskers win the NCAA title while coaching Kelly Hunter to first-team AVCA All-America honors and outside hitters Annika Albrecht and Mikaela Foecke to second-team All-America honors. Nebraska led all Big Ten teams in opponent hitting percentage (.154) as he coordinated the Huskers' defense and game plans.

In the 2020 season that marked Hildebrand's return to Nebraska, he coached the Husker setters and attackers. Under Hildebrand's guidance, Nicklin Hames was an AVCA All-American Second Team setter and an All-Big Ten First Team selection after leading the Big Ten in assists per set. The Huskers had a .270 hitting percentage, which ranked second in the Big Ten and 19th nationally and was their best mark since the 2017 season. Hildebrand also coached Lauren Stivrins (first team) and Lexi Sun (third team) to AVCA All-America honors in 2020.

 Although Hildebrand was stationed in California directing the U.S. Beach Volleyball program in 2018 and 2019, he served as a consultant for Cook in his spare time, following the program, watching video and offering his thoughts.

Hildebrand came to Nebraska in 2017 after five seasons on the coaching staff of the Long Beach State men's volleyball program, including two seasons as associate head coach. A former All-American at Long Beach State, Hildebrand was the top assistant there from 2013-15 after a decorated playing career on the U.S. Men's National Team.

After concluding his collegiate playing career at Long Beach State in 2006, Hildebrand compiled an impressive list of accomplishments both as a player and coach. Professionally, he played on the U.S. Men's National Team from 2006-12 and was a four-time Pan American Cup champion and a World University Games bronze medalist. He later served as the setting consultant for the U.S. Men's National Team in 2015 as they won the FIVB World Cup and earned the bronze medal in the World League. In 2016, Hildebrand coached the U.S. beach volleyball duo of Jake Gibb and Casey Patterson at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Hildebrand also played professionally on the beach as part of the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) from 2006-07.

Outside of Long Beach State, Hildebrand served as the director of The HBC Boys' Volleyball Club from 2010-16. The HBC 18's team finished among the top-five in the Open division of the Boys' Junior National Championships four straight years, including a runner-up showing in 2015.

Hildebrand graduated from Long Beach State with a bachelor's degree in psychology in 2006. He and his wife, Kristin, have one son, Rhett.

Art Zygielbaum Feb 04, 2022
Holocaust
Holocaust