for hosting us and putting together a great networking event today!
We appreciate all you do for the community and look forward to working together in the future.
Seth Munier spoke about the great things YPN does in the
community and how the Rotary and YPN can work together.
Name: Lauren Foxwell
Hometown: Monona, IA
Other places you’ve lived: Ames, IA; Monticello, IA; Red Wing, MN;
Employer: HNI Corporation
Position: Product Development Engineer for HNI Leveraged Furniture Operations.
Favorite Local Restaurant: Tee’s, especially for the ice cream snowstorms!
Previous employer/positions or general overview of experience: I just finished the Early Career Development Program at HNI where I completed 6 rotations in either engineering, operations, or supply chain.
College/Major: I attended Iowa State University and my degree is in Mechanical Engineering.
What do you like to do for fun? Outdoor things in the summer like hiking, kayaking, or camping; otherwise traveling, photography, crocheting, painting, and learning new instruments.
Why did you join YPN? Being from a small town, I see a lot of value in community involvement and I wanted to be part of a group of other people who might also be new to town and looking to get plugged in.
What is your favorite YPN event? Visiting Ardon Creek winery was probably one of my favorites!
What event would you like to see YPN do? I would like to see a joint event with the Quad Cities YPN group.
Anything else? Ich kann Deutsch sprechen!
Third Thursday Re-Cap!
YPN gathered the evening of December 8th
for the December “Third Thursday” Ugly Christmas Sweater party at Rosebowl. There were some truly awful sweaters and bowling to match.
Congrats to Monica Fulscher for winning the UGLY sweater contest!
Members collected well over $100 worth of new unwrapped toys to be donated to Toy Time. Along with the toys donated by members the YPN organization also makes a contribution on behalf of all members.
The December Third Thursday was supported by Voice of Muscatine – KWPC AM 860 & FM 95.1 and Monsanto!
YPN Gives Back!
A group of YPN members wrapped gifts for Pearl City Outreach’s annual Christmas dinner and party on
This event serves hundreds in the community and helps make the holiday season a little brighter for those attending.
Thank you to those who volunteered their time and to Pastor Sharon Phillips for putting on such great events in the community!
YPN donated 20 bags of food to the Hawkeye Hauler
for Freezin’ For Food!
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Have you been on our website lately? Did you feel like a stranger? Did you even know we had a website? Our website has changed! We hope that you can get more out of our new website, still at ypnmuscatine.org. Soon the weekly updates and much more will be available on our updated site, but we would like your help first. Is there something you would like to see on our website? Let us know by emailing moc.semoHlhuRnull@reinuMhteS!
Community & Professional Development Chair
Membership Committee Chair Jodi Hansen,
“The Young Professionals Network is a personal and professional development organization designed to allow members to interact socially, exchange ideas, share common interests, and build a better Muscatine community.”
YPN Muscatine, 102 Walnut Street, Muscatine, IA 52761