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
William Ogdahl
Jan 22, 2019
Grant Herfindahl
Jan 29, 2019
Club Discussion
Mary Krueger
Feb 05, 2019
Jerry Wangsness
Feb 12, 2019
Rwanda Campbell
Feb 19, 2019
Larry Stensrud
Feb 26, 2019
David Thompson
Mar 05, 2019
John Stone
Mar 12, 2019
Dane Ankeny
Mar 19, 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
District Governor Visits
Irene Kelly, District Governor of #5950 for 2018-2019, visited our Club on October 2nd.  Prior to the group meeting, Irene met with a few members of the Board and discussed membership, social media, and the Foundation.  To the entire group, she presented on what our district is currently working on, as well as, encouraging the members to think about their "Rotary Why".  Why are you involved in Rotary?  What do you feel you can accomplish through Rotary?  What do you say to others about Rotary?
Our Christmas Party will be on December 2nd in the Lakeside Ballroom!  The Social will begin at 5:30pm and dinner will begin at 6:30pm.  Kevin Klimek will once again be providing musical entertainment from 5:30pm-8:00pm.  We are bringing back the SILENT AUCTION; if you have an item or experience you would like to donate, please contact Marin or Jordan (see contact information below)!  We will also be "passing the hat" for the food shelf.
President Grant would like each Rotarian to bring a guest (beyond their spouse) this year; someone who could be a potential new member, a community partner, or anyone else.  Please start thinking about who you could bring on December 2nd!
Marin Rajdl
(320) 815-7117
Jordan McMahon
(320) 424-1533
“Service Above Self,” “People of Action,” these are the statements we say about Rotarian but here is a club member that is the poster child for what we mean and the things we should do. Thank you, Jeanne Kramer, for all your hard work over the past several months and your detail report to the club.

Brianna Zuber, a fellow Rotarian, presented on Immigration Law at the September 4th meeting.  Brianna is an attorney, specializing in wills and estate planning, business law, and immigration law.  During her presentation, she spoke about her background in immigration, how immigration is governed, the difference between Affirmative Immigration and Defensive Immigration, the different types of Visas, the current political environment on immigration, and more.  To view her handouts, click below.


Immigration Law at a Glance

Visa Bulletin


Ann Grandy presented about "What's new at the Pope County Museum" at the September 11th meeting.  Ann spoke about the demolition of the log building and the new construction that replaced it.  She also talked about the compact storage system that was purchased and installed, using grant money.  The compact storage system allows them to store more items and find items in a much more efficient manner.  Ann has also been an integral player in creating a new online historical database, open for the public to use.  This database is called the MN Alliance of Local History Museums and can be visited here: https://mncollections.org/. 


The Museum has a lot of exhibit building to do in the coming years; be sure to visit them!  After all, "history is always changing." (Aung San Suu Kyi)


Connect with the Museum on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/Pope-County-Museum-83559424811/




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