Dec 10, 2020 7:00 AM
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Dec 17, 2020 7:00 AM
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Dec 24, 2020
Dec 31, 2020
Jan 07, 2021 7:00 AM
Family and business secession planning
Jan 14, 2021 7:00 AM
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Jan 28, 2021 7:00 AM
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Feb 04, 2021 7:00 AM
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Tom Hendrickson
January 7
Lowell Collman
January 9
Dan Vlasak
January 25
January 30
Gordon Erickson
December 1
Kathy Cleveland
December 9
Peg Duenow
December 9
Beth Kohlnhofer Raskovich
December 16
December 17
Colleen Ratzlaff LaBeau
December 19
Greg LaMere
December 19
Join Date
January 1, 1991
30 years
Mike Belzer
January 8, 2009
12 years
Richard Henderson
January 14, 2014
7 years
Tim Roche
January 14, 2015
6 years
Krista Jech
January 17, 2019
2 years
Gordon Erickson
January 18, 2017
4 years
Shanen Corlett
January 18, 2017
4 years
Colleen Ratzlaff LaBeau
December 2, 2010
10 years
Ken Titcomb
December 20, 2017
3 years
Rachel Marzahn
December 20, 2017
3 years
Russell Hampton
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Lakeville Rotary Club
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Brackett's Crossing Country Club
17976 Judicial Road
Lakeville, MN 55044-7103
United States of America
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Club Meeting Update
In light of COVID-19 mandates, Lakeville Rotary will be hosting virtual meetings until further notice. Our next meeting will be 7:00 AM Thursday.
Please note: Holiday Schedule. No club meeting on December 24 & December 31. 
Meeting ID: 820 4495 3526
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Dec 10 - Jim Christian
Dec 17 - Paul Marzahn


Please let Kathy know if you would like to be scheduled to give an Invocation/Reflection or Master at Arms at an upcoming meeting.

OR visit our Signup Genius signup page,  to volunteer at an upcoming meeting!

Community Service
‘Tis the season of giving and spreading cheer. Thanks to all the Lakeville Rotarians and 
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Rotaractors who volunteered to ring bells for the Salvation Army at Cub and Walmart in Lakeville.
Pink Ribbon service projects for veterans.  
The Pink Ribbon Society referred the Adelmann family to Lakeville Rotary for helping their son and daughter-in-law who are both military veterans.
Kerry and Tim Adelmann, parents of son Keegan who suffered a TBI (traumatic brain injury) from a motorcycle crash in 2015, is completely dependent (quadriplegic) on his wife Amy and parents for everything.  
Rotary's service project was to finish trimming out their Lakeville home basement so Keegan, Amy and their 3 kids can move downstairs to their own rooms.  This included Keegan's bedroom with a full length ceiling hoist.  The hoist assists in moving him to and from bed, into a wheelchair or gurney for bathing, physical therapy, etc. and also quickly getting Keegan out of his bedroom window in the event of a fire.
The first 2 days of the basement finishing project were Friday 12/4 afternoon and all day Saturday 12/5.  A big thank you to the following bolded "service above self" volunteers!  
Amy Erkenbrack, Sheila Longie and Nancy Savstrom for sharing their time and paint priming skills for the window and door trim.  We thought it was just painting on Friday, but turned out to be priming first, then painting.
Thankfully, Nancy stayed late Friday and we were able to also paint the window and door trim for installation the next day!.
A big thank you to Julie Christian who learned we were behind and volunteered coming first thing Saturday morning to paint the base trim while Gordy Erickson, Curt Savstrom and Jim Christian worked installing the window and door trim.  It was a blessing having Julie paint the base early giving the paint some time to dry for us to install it in the afternoon. 
There were plenty of challenges getting the trim to fit well due to window and door jambs not being flush with the sheetrock.  Just ask Gordy about what he had to do!  
On Sunday 12/6 (day 3) Gordy and Jim Christian finished the base installation.  
November Students of the Month
Kelly McDermott,  and Morgan Duvall 
Lakeville South High School has chosen Morgan Duvall for the November Rotary Student of the Month. Her resume is very impressive. Over the course of her academic career, Morgan has taken 25 semesters of AP courses and 12 semesters of Honors Courses while excelling in the STEM Academy. Morgan ranks 4th in her highly competitive class of 469 students. Upon graduation, Morgan plans on contributing to the healthcare industry in some form. She is thinking of possibly majoring in the biomedical field. Morgan is inspired by her older brother who has complex medical needs. He is non-ambulatory, non-verbal, and tube fed. From a young age Morgan has been eager to answer questions about her brother’s disability, even when they seemed ignorant or even offensive. Not only is Morgan extremely passionate about academics and learning, she is found leading her peers in many clubs and activities, such as Cougars Leading Cougars, National Honor Society, Debate, Concordia Language Villages, Math League, Science Olympiad, and HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) rewarding and a natural fit for her. Morgan dedicates her non-study time to volunteering with Feed My Starving Children, as a peer tutor, and at the Science Museum of Minnesota. Whatever the activity or cause, Morgan commits her time and naturally leads her peers. Perhaps what speaks most strongly about Morgan is her compassion for others. She is enthusiastic in all of her pursuits and is committed to helping others better themselves. I look forward to seeing what the future holds for Morgan! 

Erin Enabni and Cheryl Meger
Lakeville North High School has chosen Erin Enabnit for the November Rotary Student of the Month. Erin’s parents are Kevin & Wendy Enabnit. Her Dean is Cheryl Meger. Erin is a visible leader at Lakeville North High School. Erin has been a four-year member of Student Council, she is a talented vocalist, participating in Chorale and Now and Then. She is a 4 term Choir President. She has participated in ten shows and she is currently the Theatre Captain. Erin is a five-year member of the Speech Team. She is a National Honor Society Officer and a Historical Society Officer. Also at Lakeville North High School, Erin is in Faith Club and in Panther Prep.
Outside Lakeville North High School, Erin is involved with Distinguished Young Woman of Lakeville. She volunteers for Matt Little and the Democratic Caucus. She volunteers for the Middle School Theatre and the Middle School Honor Choir.
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Club Makeup's

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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