It was a snowy start under a full blue moon this morning. First to arrive was Dick Anderson followed by Robert Sanberg. Others straggled in after them as they were sky watching in the parking lot.
President Kelsey Wolter called our meeting to order with a ring of the bell and a moment of silence.
Today’s guests included Anna Struss, a kitchen and bathroom designer who’s a health coach as well, brought by Jerry Olson and Sarah Moe of Sleep Health Specialists, today’s Craft Talk speaker, brought by Kelsey Wolter.
Honorary Members in attendance were Mark Simon and Ron Britz.
Sign up for our remaining Craft Talk slots with Craig Blixrud at firstname.lastname@example.org. Openings include February 21st and May 23rd. Contact Craig with any ideas.
FINAL CALL for directory updates. Please review the master directory ASAP and send any changes to Tom Ashbaugh at email@example.com. Ad requests for the directory should be sent to Dwain Coleman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Prices for 2018 are $120 for a full-page ad and $80 for a half page ad.
This Week’s Craft Talk
Our sleep impacts every aspect of our lives: our health, motivation, judgement, memory, and productivity. Learn what to do, or what not to do, to ensure your sleep is positively impacting your work/life balance.
Sarah Moe, RPSGT is a board registered Polysomnographic Technologist and sleep specialist, as well as the founder of Sleep Health Specialists, which provides sleep health education to the employees of local businesses and corporations. She’s also an Adjunct Professor in the Polysomnography (Sleep) Program at Minneapolis Community and Technical College. In addition, Sarah sits on the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Sleep Society, and volunteers on the Educational Products Committee for the American Association of Sleep Technologists.
Sarah’s Craft Talk was informative on how to recognize if you may have a sleep disorder, and included tips on caffeine usage, blue light from screens, TV usage in bedrooms, sleep medications, and other items which included a discussion on a tool that monetizes the lost productivity that comes from a lack of sleep in the workplace.
Please Register for next week’s Pot of Gold with Kelsey Wolter by email to email@example.com
or by phone at: 605-254-8685.
Today’s Business Exchange was a great one, starting with thanks extended from Marketplace Home Mortgage, followed by: Carey Limousine, Zip Printing, Shreffler Law, Armor Mechanical, Knollwood Liquor Store, Medical Weight Management Center, and Berger Transfer and Storage.
Table Introductions were made at Table #7 by LVC Companies who shared their Super Bowl plans.
Today’s Pot of Gold was drawn by Tom Whaley and won by our newest member Scott Wiyninger of Success Computer Consulting! In addition, a Super Bowl pin donated by Todd Anderson was won by Don Thiets!
Kelsey Wolter introduced our guest Craft Talk speaker, Sarah Moe of Sleep Health Specialists.
Next week’s meeting will be held onsite at The Woman’s Club. Our Craft Talk speaker will be Anderson Furniture being interviewed by Smile Keepers/Susanne’s Cards. Table Introductions will be made at Table #3 by Montgomery Brinkman.