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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Laura Lonergan
September 2
September 9
Justin Miller
September 10
September 26
Joel Theisen
September 29
Roger Struthers
October 2
Kathy Hughitt
October 12
Robert Nicols
October 14
Join Date
Paula Albright
September 1, 1993
24 years
Steven Rall
September 16, 2010
7 years
Cheryl Morton
September 17, 2009
8 years
Roger Struthers
September 19, 2002
15 years
Alan Williams
September 20, 2007
10 years
Glenn Starfield
September 20, 2007
10 years
Pat Arling
September 26, 2006
11 years
September 27, 2001
16 years
Judy Keliher
September 28, 2008
9 years
Allan Just
October 1, 2010
7 years
Paul Reuvers
October 1, 2010
7 years
Greg Highberg
October 2, 2014
3 years
Scott Miller
October 15, 2014
3 years
Peg Duenow
October 20, 2011
6 years
Jon Koznick
October 22, 2015
2 years
October 28, 2004
13 years
Russell Hampton
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Lakeville Rotary Club
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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Sept 14
Kathy Cleveland
Mike Cooper
Sept 21
Mike Cooper
Tom Coughlin
Sept 28
Tom Coughlin
Peg Duenow
October 5
Peg Duenow
Lowell Collman
October 12
Lowell Collman


Sept 14 - Rich Henderson
Sept 21 - Bob Bayer
Sept 28 - Greg LaMere
Oct 05 - Klaus Schneegans
Oct 12 -
Oct 19 - Peg Duenow




Sept 14 - Doc Aak
Sept 21 - Doc Aak
Sept 28 - Sheila Longie
Oct 5 - Tim Roche
Oct 12 -
Oct 19 - Peg Duenow
Oct 26 - Peg Duenow



Mark Your Calendars
  • Sept 14 - Pasageways/The Link Landscape Service Project
  • Sept 14- - Meeting Location Change for Noon Meeting
            Lakeville Area Chamber Office
            19950 Dodd Blvd Suite 101
  • Sept 19 - STRIVE Kick-off Breakfast @ Brackett's 7am - Mentors, Students & Deans.
  • Sept 19 - Roadside Cleanup . Meet at 6pm at the CVS Parking Lot on Hwy 50 and I-35

Master of Arms - Paul Marzahn "Get to know your fellow Rotarian" Trivia
Visitors & Guests - 
Visiting Rotarians Angie Craig and Scott Swenson, Eagan Noon
Noon Meeting Summer Activities Announcement

Our noon Rotary members will be working to collect school supplies for the school district’s Ready, Set, Achieve! event and we are also working to get a Rotary team to walk/run/volunteer with the Lights and Sirens Glow Run for the Lakeville Public Safety Foundation.


Rotarians will be collecting school supplies at every Thursday morning meeting from now through the end of July.  All supplies will be donated by Rotary to the Stuff the Bus and used for Ready, Set, Achieve! so students have the basic, necessary supplies to start them off for a successful school year.  For those wishing to donate supplies, please bring them to the morning meeting and deposit in the collection boxes.


Register below to be part of our Rotary team!  A family-friendly 5K non-timed run OR 1.25 mile walk that welcomes runners and walkers of all-ages and ability. Light up the night and support the Lakeville Police and Fire Departments – all proceeds from the Glow Run benefits the Lakeville Public Safety Foundation.


The registration for the 2nd annual Lights and Sirens Glow Run/Fun Run is now open!  Register today!


Race day: August 5th 7pm - 8pm



Joint Meeting Announcement
Program - International Village Clinic

Abul Sharah

Today’s speaker, Abul Sharah, was introduced by Peg Duenow.

International Village Clinic is a Minnesota nonprofit providing hope and vitality to women and families in rural villages in India through high quality healthcare.

Abula Sharah was a fatherless, impoverished boy from, Uttar Pradesh, India’s poorest province. He worked hard throughout his life and career and rose to senior engineering and marketing positions at Honeywell and MTS Systems.


While on a business trip to Calcutta, India, Dr. Sharah had the opportunity to visit with Mother Theresa’s Home for Dying Destitute. Abula already had the urge to give something back to world but was encouraged further by words from Mother Theresa to pursue a mission of “love and human service.”

He formed International Village Clinic (IVC) in order to focus on improving the regions standard of living through: healthcare, education and income. They have established a medical clinic which provides nutrition, vaccination and health-education programs delivered by qualified medical personnel in an area where illiteracy and disease are rampant.

Last year our club donated $2,000 toward IVC and Abula’s work. Our donation along with other donations he has received has allowed IVC to distribute nutritional supplements to over 2600 children and pregnant women, provide screenings and health interventions for families and care for over 40,000 malaria, diarrhea, pneumonia, asthma and other common diseases for patients in the clinic.


Club Makeup's

Rotary online
District 5960 and when Clubs meet:
All make ups must be reported within two (2) weeks of the Club meeting that was missed.
Email make ups to Laurie Bolin,
Lakeville Rotary Club
PO Box 433
Lakeville, MN 55044