The Rotary Club of Edina, in partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and Rotary District 5950, is hosting a 2-part series entitled, “Building an Inclusive Economy in Minnesota.”  This series kicks off on Thursday, June 2, from 11:30 am-to 1:30 pm at Edina Country Club, 5100 Wooddale Ave, Edina, MN 55424.
This event is based on an acclaimed 10-part national series entitled “Racism and the Economy,” sponsored and hosted by all 12 banks of the Federal Reserve System (see more about that program and all the videos at 
The June 2 district 5950 event will focus on Employment, Housing, and Financial Services, and will feature a keynote by Alene Tchourumoff, Senior VP of Community Development for the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, followed by panelists Kasey Kier, National Community Development Manager for Bell Bank; Louis King, President and CEO of OICA, Inc.; and Henry Jimenez, Executive Director and President of the Latino Economic Development Center.
Registration is limited to 300, so register today at  
Please share the attached flyer with fellow club members and friends and hope to see you there!