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Matthew Fields

01/30/20

Our speaker was our own Matthew Fields. He represents Farmers Insurance and talked about Auto, Home, Commercial, and Umbrella insurance.  Most of the people have $100,000 per person and $300,000 per accident liability insurance for their cars.   Mr. Matthew feels that based on recent claims, this is not enough unless you have Umbrella insurance.  Umbrella insurance is a secondary type of liability insurance that covers your personal liability above and beyond the standard liability you have taken on your homeowner policy. Umbrella liability can cover you on multiple properties and cars depending on what coverage you select. Typical Umbrella insurance is for $1 million. Farmers also offer commercial and earth quake insurance. Workers’ compensation insurance, commonly known as workers’ comp, is insurance that covers medical expenses and a portion of lost wages for employees who become injured or ill on the job. Coverage also includes employee rehabilitation and death benefits. Mr. Fields thinks that if you ever have to use it, this is a good deal.  

Roy Ray, Executive Director of Rotary Family Youth Initiative (FYI)

01/22/20

Our speaker was Rotarian Roy Ray, Executive Director of Rotary Family Youth Initiative (FYI).  In many cases Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) disrupt the normal brain development process in young children.  ACEs can, if not prevented or mitigated, make children, youth, and young adults prone to experience emotional, cognitive, and behavioral difficulties for the remainder of their lives, and even reduce quality of and shorten their lives by as much as 15-20 years. 67% of the population have at least one ACE. 1/8th of the population have more than 4 ACEs. Our district has initiated this project of creating awareness of ACEs in the schools and surrounding communities.  It will be done with the help of Parents, Pastors, Principals, Police, Proprietors, Politicians, and other community Partners, assisted and facilitated by Rotarians. 

Kemmons Wilson Culinary Institute

01/08/20

Our speakers were Mr. Tim Flohr and William Mullins from the Kemmons Wilson Culinary Institute. The Kemmons Wilson Culinary Institute (KWCI) is a separate unit within Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management offering a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree  in Hospitality and Resort Management with a concentration in Culinary Arts. The Institute also offers Culinary Certification programs, continuing education credit programs and other non-credit programs in culinary arts, baking and pastry. Other programs for executive education and professional certification for industry professionals and food enthusiasts are also offered. The mission of KWCI is to advance culinary knowledge and skills and develop leaders in the global culinary and hospitality industries for the 21st Century. The ambition is to: Provide the best resources available to the students for education, training and academic development; Enhance student careers through networking, professional development, internships and placement opportunities within the industry; Foster understanding through experiential learning, cultural immersion and study abroad programs; and Mitigate the financial constraints by providing scholarships, graduate assistantships and work-study programs.  

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