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Oct 24, 2019 7:00 AM
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Member Birthdays
Glenn Starfield
October 1
Roger Struthers
October 2
Thomas Vonhof
October 7
Kathy Hughitt
October 12
Michael Baumann
October 20
Joe Julius
October 23
Nathaniel Bliss
October 25
November 1
Rachel Marzahn
November 1
November 2
November 4
Ken Wentworth
November 9
Steven Volavka
November 12
Greg Highberg
November 16
Mark Booth
November 19
Ken Titcomb
November 25
James Kretsch
November 26
Join Date
Paul Reuvers
October 1, 2010
9 years
Greg Highberg
October 2, 2014
5 years
Cody Rodewald
October 12, 2017
2 years
Scott Miller
October 15, 2014
5 years
Todd Anderson
October 18, 2017
2 years
Peg Duenow
October 20, 2011
8 years
Jon Koznick
October 22, 2015
4 years
November 1, 1989
30 years
November 1, 1995
24 years
Philip Bruneau
November 8, 2008
11 years
Steve Shafer
November 15, 2017
2 years
November 15, 2001
18 years
Greg Peterka
November 19, 1996
23 years
Kathy Cleveland
November 19, 2014
5 years
November 20, 2003
16 years
Mark Booth
November 20, 2013
6 years
November 21, 1996
23 years
November 21, 1996
23 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 of America
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2018-19 Lakeville Member Directory

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Oct 17Jeffrey Larson

Brian Lundquist
Oct 24Brian Lundquist

Sheila Longie
Oct 31Sheila Longie

Jeff Long
Nov 07
Jeff Long
Craig Manson
Nov 14Craig Manson

Paul Marzahn


Oct 17 - Dan Engberg
Oct 24 -Ken Titcomb
Oct 31 - Scott Miller
Nov 7 - Jim Christian
Nov 14 - Colleen LaBeau



Oct 17 - Richard Henderson
Oct 24 - Steve Volavka
Oct 31 - Doc Aak
Nov 7 - Doc Aak
Nov 14 - Colleen LaBeau
Nov 21 - Tom Mork
Nov 28 - Thanksgiving (No Meeting)
Dec 05 - Alan Williams
Dec 12 - Alan Williams




Mark Your Calendars
Thursday, Oct 24 - Foundation Month Kick-off
Thursday, Nov 15 - Tie-Blankets for Gillette Children's Hospital
Armful of Love - Reserve your spot now! Family and individual information will be available soon!
Friday December 6, Bell Ringing , Click Here to reserve your spot!
Friday, December 6, Armful of Love Wrapping Party - Colleen LaBeau's Home 5:30pm - ?
Be a Santa to a Senior - More information coming soon!
Thursday, Feb 6 - Paul Harris Dinner and Awards - Brackett's

South Metro Rotaract Meeting
Social/Networking event for 18 - 30 yr old professionals, more information:
Rotary - Learn
Better Angels Workshop - How to Talk Across Our Differences  Thursday, Oct 18, 2018


Rotary - Connect
Date: Thursday, Dec 20 - 501 Club Meeting
Location: Legends Golf Course
"Ugly Sweater Contest"
Rotary Serve 



Annual Frank Schoeben Blood Drive - Monday, November 26

Contact: Mike Cooper for more information.

 Gift Wrapping - Friday Nov 30
Colleen & Tom LaBeau's Home
Start time: 5:30pm

Supplies needed for gift wrapping.
 Large shoe or boot boxes/shipping boxes
Gift wrapping paper and tape.


Rotary Students of the Month-Sept 2018
Ashley Wells and Hayden Epinette
Lakeville Rotary Club September 2018 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 September Hayden Epinette is to be recognized as the LSHS Rotary Student of the Month.  Hayden’s parents are David and Lisa Epinette and Dean Shaun Murphy.
Hayden Epinette is one of the most intelligent students to ever attend Lakeville South High School. During his academic career, he has taken 15 AP classes and has so far aced them all. In addition, while many seniors are taking a lighter schedule during their last year of high school, Hayden has enrolled in 6 AP classes. Hayden has a 4.5 GPA and achieved a perfect score of a 36 on his ACT.
Many would think that a guy like Hayden Epinette has zero time for anything but academics, but that is not the case. Hayden is the Football Statistician, a key member of our Lakeville South Band, and an avid Fantasty Football Player. He is a role model student that others look up to.
Lakeville North High School will recognize Ashley Wells as the Lakeville North High School Rotary Student of the Month for September.  Ashley’s parents are Grant & Karla Wells and her Dean is Holly Standke.
Ashley is a passionate and service-driven student and acts as a leader in all aspects of her life.  At Lakeville North High School, Ashley maintains a high GPA as well as being the President of HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America).  She is involved in Youth Teaching Youth as well as a member of Best Buddies.  She also had the opportunity to become a student athletic trainer. 
Outside school hours, Ashley volunteers to assist fellow students as a Peer tutor for Math, Spanish and Science.  She is also involved with Southview Elementary school where she teaches children how to read.  Ashley volunteers at a Kids Club for an outreach program intended to spread kindness, solid morals, and positive life habits.
2017-18 Perfect Attendance
Congratulations to the 2017-18 Perfect Attendance Recipients!

Perfect Attendance is calculated by meetings attended, make ups at other Rotary Club meetings or online, 501 Club Meetings, Rotary volunteer committee meetings, district and club events, Rotary service projects.


One Year
Steve Allen
Rich Henderson
Tim Roche
Nancy Savstrom
Tom Vonhof
Two Years
Pat Arling
Paul Marzahn
Doug Anderson
Laurie Bolin
Ken Mosier
Three Years
Cheryl Morton
Ken Wentworth
Four Years
Greg LaMere
Greg Highberg
Steve Volavka
Five Years
Peg Duenow
Six Years
Judy Keliher
Seven Years
Jim Christian
Colleen Ratzlaff LaBeau
Eight Years
Kathy Hughitt
Nine years
Jay Young
Ten years
Alan Williams
Twelve Years
Brian Lundquist
Thirteen Years
Steve Aaker
Fourteen Years
Sheila Longie
Twenty-Two Years
Tom Coughlin
Twenty-Five Years
Clint Kennedy
Twenty-Six Years
Tom Mork
Twenty-eight Years
Gary Jenos
Carl Wahlstrom
Thirty-One Years
Lynn Tharaldson
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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,
Lakeville Rotary Club
PO Box 433
Lakeville, MN 55044