Kiwanis speakers for July

The North Suburban Kiwanis Golden K Club’s July lineup of speakers is set. The club, which meets at the Roseville Skating Center, 2661 Civic Center Drive, every Tuesday from 1:45 to 3:30 p.m., hosts local, regional and occasionally national speakers at each of its meetings. Visitors are always welcome and the presentations are preceded by some socializing and some club business. For more information go to www.thegoldenkayer.org.

• July 2: 60 years of Wolf Research. David Mech, a senior research scientist with the Department of Interior/U.S. Geological Survey, will discuss wolves and their prey.

• July 9: Tall Wood Buildings. Jim Bowyer, professor emeritus with the University of Minnesota Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering, will discuss technological developments that have led to construction of wood buildings to unimaginable heights in countries around the world.

• July 16: What Will Remain True and Important Work. Sally Thornton, CEO of San Francisco-based Forshay and an acclaimed entrepreneur and speaker, will discuss neuro-behavioral science and its us in analyzing future work dynamics.

• July 23: A Grandfather’s Thoughts on Climate Change. Alan Anderson, a former executive with the Boy Scouts of America and a volunteer and speaker with Citizens Climate Lobby, will discuss climate change, the need for action and the intergenerational implications of inaction.

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