Apr 06, 2017
Medication dispensing
Apr 06, 2017
AVID Program
Apr 13, 2017
Domestic Violence – A Workplace Issue
Apr 13, 2017
Member Profile
Apr 20, 2017
Apr 27, 2017
Experience the Power of Gratitude
May 04, 2017
Super Bowl
May 11, 2017
Taste of Lakeville
May 18, 2017
May 25, 2017
Jun 01, 2017
The Link
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Upcoming Events
Sexual Assault Awareness Walk
City of Apple Valley
Apr 26, 2017
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
501 Club Meeting
Baldys BBQ
Apr 27, 2017 5:01 PM
Taste of Lakeville
Lakeville Area Arts Center
May 18, 2017
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
April 2
April 5
Judy Keliher
April 10
Mike O'Brien
April 11
April 12
April 13
Chris Casey
April 18
April 25
Philip Bruneau
April 27
Peggy Rice
May 10
Cheryl Morton
May 11
Gary Voegele
May 29
Join Date
April 1, 1999
18 years
Gary Voegele
April 1, 1996
21 years
Klaus Schneegans
April 15, 2011
6 years
Ryan Schmisek
April 15, 2015
2 years
Joe Julius
April 16, 2009
8 years
Tom Hendrickson
April 16, 2014
3 years
Greg Peterka
April 17, 2014
3 years
Joel Theisen
April 17, 2013
4 years
Nicole Lauer
April 17, 2013
4 years
Dan Vlasak
April 18, 2002
15 years
Thomas Vonhof
April 18, 2007
10 years
Greg LaMere
April 21, 2011
6 years
April 21, 2005
12 years
Steven Volavka
April 22, 2013
4 years
April 27, 1999
18 years
Lowell Collman
May 15, 2013
4 years
George "Skip" Thaler
May 18, 2016
1 year
Kathy Hughitt
May 18, 2006
11 years
Robert Nicols
May 18, 2016
1 year
Doug Anderson
May 24, 2001
16 years
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
Club Information
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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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Apr 06Carin Thomas

Dan Vlasak
April 13
Dan Vlasak
Steve Volavka
Apr 20
Steve Volavka
Tom Vonhof
Apr 27
Tom Vonhof
Carl Wahlstrom
May 04
Carl Wahlstrom
Ken Wentworth
Speaker - Feb 23 Alan Anderson
Join us this Thursday, February 23, 2017.
Rotary’s Legacy and the Challenge of Climate Change
A talk by Alan Anderson
Rotary has had a significant impact in the world, helping mothers and children, fighting diseases like polio, securing clean water sources, and much more.  The world’s climate scientists are telling us that climate change is beginning to put some of these achievements at risk, and if unchecked, climate change will undo much of Rotary’s good work in the world.
What does the science say?  What can Rotarians do to combat climate change?  We’ll discuss these questions and more, with time for your questions.


April 06 - Bob Bayer
April 13 - Rich Henderson
April 20 - Steve Aaker
April 27 - Paul Marzahn
May 04 - Tom Mork



Apr 06 - Pat Arling
Apr 13 - Pat Arling
April 20 -Alan Williams
April 27 -Alan Williams
May 04-Dave Bellows


Mark Your Calendars
  • April 18 - Road Clean up  6pm @ CVS Parking Lot
  • April 20 - STRIVE Breakfast with Rotary @ Brackett's
  • April 27-29 Rotary District Conference @ Holiday Inn East ,St Paul
  • May 18 - Taste of Lakeville
  • Aug 10 - Club Picnic
  • Aug 30 - Joint Club Meeting with Prior Lake @ The Wilds


Master At Arms - Kathy Cleveland– "April Fools Day" Trivia
Rotary Students of the Month
Each month of the school year, the Lakeville Rotary Club recognizes students of the senior class who demonstrate “Service Above Self”. 
For the month of February Lakeville North High School has chosen Nathan Hyden as the February Rotary Student of the Month. Nathan has been chosen due to a high GPA and class rank at Lakeville North High School.  Nathan is also very involved in extracurricular activities as well as community service.  At Lakeville North, Nathan is the captain of the soccer team, on the hockey team, a member of DECA.  He is a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Outside Lakeville North High School, Nathan is on the Soccer club traveling team and off season hockey.  Nathan is a member of Hosanna Church weekly worship and small group discussions.  Also at Hosanna he is a community garden worker, a volunteer for the church food drive and a Thanksgiving dinner server.  Nathan is in the Civil Air Patrol, a transport pool volunteer for Fairview Ridges Hospital, and has worked at Feed My Starving Children.  Nathan volunteers as a Soccer Tots Coach.  Nathan has been to the Dominican Republic as a service volunteer.  In his free time, he enjoys golf, fishing and hiking.
 Nathan’s parents are William and Dinah Hyden and his Dean is Dan McNulty.
For the month of February Reece English has been chosen for the Rotary Student of the Month from Lakeville South High School.
Reece English is an all-around great person. Reece is a positive role model, dedicated athlete, and a distinguished scholar. While many seniors are keeping a lighter academic workload their last year of high school, Reece continues to push himself by enrolling in four AP classes. Reece has a hunger for knowledge and always looks to improve himself in the classroom. Teachers comment on his positive attitude and desire to learn. On the athletic field, Reece's coaches rave about his strong work ethic and leadership skills. Recently, Reece was named the baseball captain for this upcoming season. After high school, Reece has a desire to serve his country and is hoping to get accepted into West Point Academy. With a 4.20 GPA and a 29 ACT score, Reece has a very good chance of being admitted. I have no doubt Reece will touch many lives after high school and make a positive impact wherever he goes. Congratulations to Lakeville South High School's Rotary Student of the Month Reece English.
Reece’s Parents – Amy and Bruce English and his Dean is Shaun Murphy. 

Club Makeup's

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All make ups must be reported within two (2) weeks of the Club meeting that was missed.
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Lakeville Rotary Club
PO Box 433
Lakeville, MN 55044