Rotary Club of Lakeville

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Lakeville

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Brackett's Crossing Country Club
17976 Judicial Road
Lakeville, MN  55044-7103
United States
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Lakeville Rotary Club has added an additional meeting time!
 
Meetings held from 12-1 pm at the Lakeville Water Treatment Facility at 185th and Ipava on the 1st and 2nd Thursday of each month.
  • Speakers
  • Member profiles
  • Community outreach
Additional meeting opportunities for the 3rd and 4th (and occasional 5th) Thursday of each month:
  • Club Assembly, Students of the Month held at 7 am at Brackett’s Country Club at 185th and Judicial Road
  • Rotary 501 after work social gatherings, STRIVE mentoring, and other Rotary community outreach activities (times and locations posted)
 
 
Each month of the school year, the Lakeville Rotary Club recognizes students of the senior class who demonstrate “Service Above Self”. 
 
2016-17 STRIVE Students, Mentors, and Deans
 
   Maria Puff                           Dracco Hoang
 
Each month of the school year, the Lakeville Rotary Club recognizes students of the senior class who demonstrate “Service Above Self”. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lakeville Rotary Club Celebrating 100 Years of "Doing Good" in the world at their Annual Paul Harris Awards Dinner.
 
 
 
 
Tom Vonhof, Nathan Reuvers ,Harmony J. Zweber-Langer
John Hennen, Jay Young
 
 
 

Taste of Lakeville

 
May 18, 2017
 
 

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Club Officers
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Community Service
International Service
Rotary Foundation
Immediate Past President
Program Chair
Taste of Lakeville Co-Chair
Taste of Lakeville Co-chair
Youth Exchange Officer
STRIVE
Youth Protection Officer
Newsletter
Rotary Foundation-Co Chair
Membership
Membership
Public Image
Vice President
Lakeville Rotary Club Community Foundation
 
 
Speakers
Greg LaMere and Pat Arling
Jun 29, 2017
Passing of the Gavel
Tyler Krebs
Jul 06, 2017
Football Coach - Lakeville South
Ruth Bachman
Jul 13, 2017
The Hourglass Fund Project
Jeff Larson
Jul 20, 2017
Bricks to Bread International
Lakeville Pupet Wagon
Aug 03, 2017
Invite a child to Rotary day!
Rob Smith
Aug 24, 2017
Body Project
DG Kyle Haugen
Aug 30, 2017
District 5960 Joint Meeting with Prior Lake Rotary @ The Wilds
Jess Luce
Sep 07, 2017
Communities for a Lifetime
Jim Lukaszewski
Sep 14, 2017
Dealing with Hearing Loss
RSM
Sep 28, 2017
Mary Liz Holberg
Oct 12, 2017
County Update
Student of the Month
Oct 26, 2017
Student of the Month
Nov 16, 2017
No Morning Meeting
Nov 23, 2017
Student of the Month
Dec 14, 2017
 
 
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