Speaker Date Topic
Sarah Forster Jul 25, 2024 12:00 PM
There's no such thing as a bad slice: A piece about pie and myself
There's no such thing as a bad slice: A piece about pie and myself

Sarah Forster has lived in Northfield for 20 years and currently serves as Carleton's director of milestone reunions. She has a BA from Carleton (political science/Russian studies), and a masters of public administration from the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. After leading several Twin-Cities non-profits, she joined Carleton in 2006 and directed the college's donor relations and alumni relations programs before moving into her current role. She and her husband Matt are also the proud parents of two Carleton graduates. -Hosted by Brent Nystrom.

Matt Hillman Aug 01, 2024 12:00 PM
What's Next for Northfield Schools?
Stephen Yoch Aug 08, 2024 12:00 PM
America's Greatest Battlefield General and Greatest Traitor - Benedict Arnold
America's Greatest Battlefield General and Greatest Traitor - Benedict Arnold

Steve Yoch is the author of the award-winning Becoming George Washington. His newest book, Becoming Benedict Arnold, takes a new first person look at America’s greatest traitor. Steve has enjoyed over three decades of practicing law in the Twin Cities. He represents all sorts of different businesses on corporate matters.  Hosted by Ed Marek

Ken Pankow Aug 15, 2024 12:00 PM
Learning to Pivot - Classification Talk

Although Ken Pankow has lived in Northfield since 2018, he was born in Illinois and has lived in Minnesota for most of his life.  Ken is married with two children.  In his free time, Ken likes to golf, go for motorcycle rides and walking around town with his wife.  Ken recently opened the new, very successful, Gong Loco restaurant on Hwy 3 in Northfield.

Jane Bartho Aug 22, 2024 12:00 PM
"Plain Jane" Classification Presentation
"Plain Jane"  Classification Presentation

As a dedicated mother and President of the Chamber of Commerce, Jane Bartho has proudly called Northfield home for 25 years, nurturing her family and contributing to our vibrant community. With a background in social work and healthcare sales, Jane has had the privilege of serving others both professionally and through her work at St. Dominic School, where her children received their education. Jane has successfully managed a home-based small business, embodying the spirit of entrepreneurship and community engagement.