Welcome to our Club!

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Lakeside Ballroom
180 South Lakeshore Drive
Glenwood, MN  56334
United States of America
Upcoming Speakers
Neil Nelson
Mar 26, 2019
Katrice Sisson: Alzheimers Association
Mike Holland
Apr 02, 2019
Mark and Gwen Kranz
Brianna Zuber
Apr 09, 2019
Ron Cin
Apr 16, 2019
Dennis Martinson
Apr 23, 2019
Chip Rankin
Apr 30, 2019
Model Schools Conference
Dick Benson
May 06, 2019
Missy Schultz
May 13, 2019
Tim Douglas
May 20, 2019
Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world?  Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship.  Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back!
What's Happening
Foundation Chair, Brianna Zuber, is kicking off a campaign for pledging to the Rotary Foundation in 2018-2019.  Our goal is to have 100% participation and every donation makes a difference!  Remember, with each $1,000 donation, you are entitled to receive a Paul Harris Fellow recognition.  Also, when you've donated your first $800 to the Foundation, our Club will match this with $200--entitling you to receive your first Paul Harris Fellow!
Brianna would like all members to complete this PLEDGE FORM and return it to her, even if you aren't able to make a contribution this year.  With questions, contact her at (612) 803-2431 or bbzuber@gmail.com
We are beginning our search for host families for the 2019-2020 Foreign Exchange Student!  Please consider hosting our student for 3-4 months during the next school year!  If you know of family or friends who have considered hosting, please reach out to them.  Ideally, we need three host families per year.  If you're interested in hosting, or have questions about the program, please reach out to Chad Quelle or Amy Roers.
Last week, Ann Grandy presented about some exciting things happening at the Pope County Museum.  She shared some initial insights gained from the Archeological Dig that took place this past summer, though they are still waiting on the final report, which will be very extensive.  Ann also spoke about some of the grants they recently received, along with those they are working towards.  Lastly, she talked about www.mncollections.org, which is a new online database for historical information, available to the public.  She mentioned the Pope County Museum is adding to this website on an (almost) constant basis so it's a great resource to keep checking!
Last week was the Ethics Program; we had a full house of students and Rotarians alike--thank you to those who volunteered! 
Last week, Jim Nelson, the Rotary Foundation Fundraising Chair, spoke to the group about contributing to the Rotary Foundation.  Jim explained how our donations are multiplied and used as local and global grant funds.  Grants can be used toward projects promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, and growing local economies.  Brianna Zuber, our Foundation Chair, also reminded us of our goal of 100% participation in contributing to the Rotary Foundation.


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