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A New Day for Conventions & Tourism
Hear Dayton Convention & Visitors Bureau President & CEO Jacquelyn Powell share an overview of the Dayton Convention & Visitors Bureau as well as the impact of COVID and post-COVID trends. Pam Plageman, Executive Director of the Montgomery County Convention Facilities Authority, will provide updates on the reopening and future plans for the Dayton Convention Center.
30 Years of America’s Packard Museum
This talk will highlight the history of The Citizens’ Motorcar Company, America’s Packard Museum, highlights of the Packard Classic Car collection, and the connection between the museum and the City of Dayton. Robert Signom III, Curator, will discuss the museum’s beginnings, growth, and vision for the future as a gem in the cultural landscape of the City. Rob will focus on the joys and challenges of running a regional transportation museum, and the educational and untapped humanitarian possibilities for museums in Dayton. Robert Signom III was unanimously selected by the Board of Trustees as the Curator of The Citizens’ Motorcar Company, America’s Packard Museum in July of 2019. He is a life member of Packard Automobile Classics, as well as a member of the Antique Automobile Association of America, the Classic Car Club of America, Alfa Romeo Owners’ Club, First Presbyterian Church New York, The Dayton Bicycle Club and The Players’. Rob became the youngest voting member of the Packard Automobile Classics Board of Trustees when he founded Tomorrow’s Packard Owners in 1992.
MIAMI VALLEY MEALS: Serving Those who Serve the Hungry
As the COVID-19 pandemic began to shut down businesses across the Miami Valley, DeLotelle, a former general manager for the Events Services Department with the Victoria Theatre Association, began to hatch a plan to address the issues raised by a global pandemic: hunger. Monday May 24th, Amanda DeLotelle co-founder of Miami Valley Meals shares with us her vision for feeding Dayton’s hungry, one meal at a time.
The Red Ribbon Committee requests that you please take a few minutes and acquaint yourself with Miami Valley Meals with the below link prior to Monday’s Meeting.
Panel Discussion on: FULFILLMENT: Winning & Losing in One-Click America
Erik Collins, Director of Community & Economic Development for Montgomery County, will be hosting a panel who are uniquely integrated into the workforce and economic development fabric of the Dayton Region. Hear their initial takeaway from the recent Alec MacGillis appearance, how they are working to create a more diverse and complete workforce to strengthen the Dayton region’s economy, and what you as a Rotarian can do to strengthen the Dayton Region.
1.Cassie Barlow, Ph.D. -President at Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education
2.Shannon Cox, Superintendent – Montgomery County Educational Service Center
3. Shawn Waldman, President Secure Cyber Defense
FULFILLMENT: Winning & Losing in One-Click America
Alec MacGillis will speak to his book, FULFILLMENT: Winning & Losing in One-Click America, and describe it as being about the country’s growing disparities between winner-take-all cities like Seattle, San Francisco, Boston, New York and Washington, D.C., on the one hand, and the much larger group of cities and towns that are being left behind in an economy dominated by a handful of tech giants. The book tells this story of growing disparity through the frame of Amazon, and it includes a chapter on Dayton’s transformation from a hub of manufacturing innovation to a city that is increasingly given over to the logistics industry. He will speak to the nationwide context of the book but will end up focusing a fair amount on Dayton..
May is National Bike Month: How do You Roll?
Laura Estandia has served as the Executive Director of Bike Miami Valley since 2015. She coordinated the launch of Link: Dayton Bike Share which serves more than 3,500 unique users annually in Dayton. She recently led an effort to evolve the station-based bike share program into a smart bike program, while also adding electric bicycles to the Link Dayton fleet. Laura currently serves as a co-chair of the Regional Bikeways Committee and as Vice President of the Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District Board. Laura is a graduate of the University of Dayton and formerly served the community as the Executive Director of UpDayton. Laura loves using her bike for transportation and recreation, especially on our regional asset, the Nation’s Largest Paved Trail Network.