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September 2
 
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September 9
 
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September 10
 
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September 26
 
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September 29
 
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October 2
 
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October 12
 
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October 14
 
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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
 
DAVID BELLOWS
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
 
DARCY ELLARBY
October 28, 2004
13 years
 
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Lakeville Rotary Club
PEOPLE OF ACTION
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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CLUB DIRECTORY

2017 -18 Lakeville Member Directory

 
 
Speaker - Thursday August 24 - Rob Smith
 Join us this Thursday - Speaker Rob Smith
 
Rob Smith is the author of Second Opinion: A Step by Step Holistic Guide to Look and Feel Better Without Drugs and Surgery.
His book Second Opinion reached Amazon number one bestseller in three different categories.  He is a Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiologist and has been in the health and fitness industry for 25 years.
Rob has worked with Division 1, Olympic and professional athletes as well as clients who he helped lose over 120 pounds. Along with his wife Paula, Rob oversees all programs at the Body Project, a Holistic Wellness Center specializing in joint pain, concussions, depression and functional fitness.
Rob holds eighteen different certifications in the areas of core conditioning, lower back rehabilitation, corrective exercise, golf bio-mechanic, myo-skeletal alignment techniques, personal training, nutritional microscopy, sports nutrition, bio-cellular analysis and nutrition response testing.
Rob’s philosophy is to get to the root cause of the dysfunction rather than just treating symptoms.
GREETERS

 GREETERS

Date 

Name 

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
 
 
 
 
 MAA/INVOCATIONS/GUESTS

INVOCATION SCHEDULE:

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

 

 

MASTER AT ARMS SCHEDULE

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

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS
 

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
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Joint Meeting Announcement
 
 
 
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Speaker - Megan Wolf
Pat Arling, Megan Wolf
 
Our speaker today was Megan Wolf with the Metropolitan Council. Megan was appointed to the council by Governor Pawlenty in 2009. The Council was created as "a regional solution for regional problems" nearly 50 years ago.
 
The Metropolitan Council is the regional policy-making body, planning agency, and provider of essential services for the Twin Cities metropolitan region. The Council's mission is to foster efficient and economic growth for a prosperous region.
 
Policy-making, planning & coordination
The 17-member Metropolitan Council is a policy-making board, which has guided the strategic growth of the metro area for nearly 50 years.  Elected officials and citizens share their expertise with the Council by serving on key advisory committees.
 
Strategic investments & services support regional economic vitality
The Council also provides essential services and infrastructure - Metro Transit's bus and rail system, Metro Mobility, Transit Link, wastewater treatment services, regional parks, planning, affordable housing, and more -  that support communities and businesses and ensure a high quality of life for residents.
 
Met Council priorities
  • Create a financially sustainable 21st century transportation system
  • Promote housing opportunities for all
  • Invest in infrastructure that supports economic development
Thank you Megan for an interesting talk.
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2017 Lakeville Rotary Club Picnic
 2017 Club Picnic
 
Frank Schoeben Memorial Blood Drive

 

Lakeville Rotary is sponsoring The 2nd Annual Frank Schoeben Memorial Blood Drive on Monday, October 9th from 3:00 pm until 7:30 pm at Crossroads Church. You are invited to help with this important project by registering to donate online at Memorial Blood Centers www.mbc.org or contact Mike Cooper at 952/500‐0862
 
If you are unable to donate there are other ways you can help.  We need volunteers at the refreshment table and we especially need help promoting the blood drive.  Please take flyers / posters and ask friends and relatives to participate.

 


 
One Rotary Summit

2017-2018 One Rotary Summit (ORS) Training

 

Gain additional leadership skills.  Discover ideas to share with your Rotary Club.  Prepare to take action. 

What?    District 5960 One Rotary Summit (ORS)
When?   September 28, October 3, October 7
Where?  Roseville, Rochester, Faribault
 
Return to your club with tools and ways to implement the "People of Action" public image campaign and this year's theme, "Rotary: Making a Difference" while gaining a better understanding of how membership, public image, humanitarian service, and supporting your Rotary Foundation work together.
 
Snacks and beverages will be provided.  Click here to register (https://portal.clubrunner.ca/50121/Page/one-rotary-summit-2017) now!
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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, lbolin@360communities.org
Lakeville Rotary Club
PO Box 433
Lakeville, MN 55044