Former NFL Player to Speak - December 8th, 2015

Our speaker on December 8th, 2015 will be Karl Swanke. He is a former American football offensive lineman in the National Football League. He was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the sixth round of the 1980 NFL Draft and he also played college football at Boston College.

Karl’s background in sports (as an NFL Player for 7 years) and business (over 20 years of Project Management and Business Analysis work) gives him the perfect perspective on how the two are alike in many ways. He shares the best practices that have been utilized by both to make them successful.

He is currently a Heads Up Football Ambassador. They are former NFL players who give back to the sport that they love. Working with youth football leagues in their area Read more about Heads Up Football Ambassadors at

If you would like to attend our meeting please RSVP by dropping us a note from our contact page.

Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt. Yes, that is our speaker.

Well, that may be stretching it a bit. Our actual speaker is Joe Wiegand.

On November 3rd, 2015 Joe Wiegand who is an impersonator and has portrayed Theodore Roosevelt, the twenty-sixth U.S. president, in all fifty U.S. states, as well as a political consultant will be at our meeting.

You can read more about Joe at

Interesting Speaker

Hello everyone,

This week we have a distinguished guest visiting us.

Our speaker was born in New York City, New York on October 27, 1858. Graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University, he was elected the youngest member of the New York General Assembly.

In the years to follow, he became a cattle rancher in the Dakota Territory and ran unsuccessfully for the New York mayorship. He served as a United States Civil Service Commissioner, President of the Police Commission of New York City, Assistant Secretary of the United States Navy, Colonel of the 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry, Governor of New York, Vice-President and President of the United States, all by the age of 42.

He was the father of six children and the author of over thirty books. He was a big game hunter, a leading ornithologist and the founder of Boone & Crockett, the nation’s first fair hunting and conservation organization. During his Presidency, he declared some 230 million acres of national parks, national forests, wildlife refuges and national monuments. He was indeed, the great conservation president.

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