Apr 15, 2021 7:00 AM
Member Classification Talk
Apr 22, 2021 7:00 AM
Rerouting: Resilience Tools and Tactics,
Apr 29, 2021 7:00 AM
Lakeville Community Schools
May 06, 2021 7:00 AM
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May 13, 2021 5:30 PM
May 20, 2021 7:00 AM
Member Classification Talk
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Member Birthdays
April 2
April 5
Judy Keliher
April 10
Mike O'Brien
April 11
April 12
April 13
Chris Casey
April 18
Timothy Buck
April 19
April 25
Philip Bruneau
April 27
Amy Erkenbrack
May 1
Cheryl Morton
May 11
Gary Voegele
May 29
Shanen Corlett
May 29
Join Date
Gary Voegele
April 1, 1996
25 years
Clint Spohn
April 5, 2018
3 years
Joe Julius
April 16, 2009
12 years
Tom Hendrickson
April 16, 2014
7 years
Joel Theisen
April 17, 2013
8 years
Nicole Lauer
April 17, 2013
8 years
Dan Vlasak
April 18, 2002
19 years
Thomas Vonhof
April 18, 2007
14 years
Greg LaMere
April 21, 2011
10 years
April 21, 2005
16 years
Steven Volavka
April 22, 2013
8 years
April 27, 1999
22 years
Adam Amys
May 15, 2019
2 years
Lowell Collman
May 15, 2013
8 years
Nathaniel Bliss
May 15, 2019
2 years
George "Skip" Thaler
May 18, 2016
5 years
Kathy Hughitt
May 18, 2006
15 years
Doug Anderson
May 24, 2001
20 years
Russell Hampton
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Lakeville Rotary Club
Service Above Self
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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Club Meeting Update
Lakeville Rotary Club will be meeting both in-person at Brackett's and virtually via Zoom Unless Noted. 
Upcoming Meetings:
April 14 - Board Meeting -@ 7:30am - Brackett's Sunset Room or Zoom (Click Here to join via Zoom)
April 15 - Club Meeting -  Dan Perez, Member Classification Tall 
April 22 - Club Meeting - Duncan Kirkwood - Rerouting: Resilience Tools and Tactics
April 29 - Club Meeting - Michael Baumann and Judy Keliher
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April 15 - Paul Marzahn
April 22 -
April 29 - Jim Christian
May 6 - Colleen LaBeau
May 13 - 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!


April 15 - Paul Marzahn
April 22 - Jim Christian
April 29 - 
May 6 - Colleen LaBeau
May 13 - 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!


  • Taste of Lakeville Update - Richard Henderson.
    • Auction will be May 14 - May 24.
    • Auction Items Needed. Contact Kathy Vonhof, Dan Perez, or Cheryl Morton
    • Home Expo date has moved to May 15, 2021.
    • Taste of Lakeville event date August 25, 2021.
  • Paul Harris Reception May 13, 2021- Watch Your Emails for Registration
  • Queen Anne Build Day (Garden Lots)

    Thursday, April 29th 5-8pm

    Location: 17701 Kenyon Ave, Lakeville, MN  55044

    Volunteers arrive at 5pm.  Please dress for the weather, wear closed toed shoes, and bring water, snack, and any of the following tools if you have them:  saw, extension cords, drills, screw drivers, mallets, wheelbarrows, square, and shovels.

    Approx. 8 volunteers needed.

    We will mark off and build 10 – 4’x8’ beds and fill with compost.

    Contact: Sheila Longie,  
Road Cleanup
DATE: Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Time: 5:45pm
  • Wear boots or good shoes that you can walk in grassy terrain (No sandals or open toe shoes)
  • Bring gloves, sunscreen, hat, and rain gear (if needed). If it’s bad rain or lightning we will reschedule
  • Safety vests and garbage bags will be provided.
  • Please remember to watch the Safety First video at link , .
Fun and Fellowship to follow cleanup at Green Mill!
Team Leader: Richard Henderson - .

April 8 - Jack Pahl
Click Here for  April 8th meeting video link featuring Jack Pahl. 
Rotary Students of the Month-March
MARCH 2021 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”.
Addison Brown
For the month of March Addison Brown has been chosen as the March Rotary Student of the Month for Lakeville South High School. Addison’s parents are Steven and Tracy Brown and her Dean is Kelly McDermott. Over the course of her academic career, Addison has taken 14 semesters of AP courses and 16 semesters of Honors Courses while excelling in basketball. Addi ranks in the top 5% of her highly competitive class of 465 students. Upon graduation, Addison plans on getting her Bachelors degree and then she plans on attending Law School. Not only is Addi extremely passionate about academics and learning, but she is also found leading her peers in many clubs and activities, such as Basketball, National Honors Society, Spanish Club, Cribbage club, Key club, and HOSA rewarding and a natural fit for her. Addison dedicates her non-study time to volunteering as a youth basketball coach, Feed My Starving Children, and other LSHS leadership events. Whatever the activity or cause, Addi commits her time and naturally leads her peers.
Esha Sekar
For the month of March Lakeville North High School has chosen Esha Sekar as the Rotary Student of the Month for March. Esha’s parents are Ramakrishnan Kulasekaran and Suja Jaya Sushama. Erin’s Dean is Holly Standke. Esha was selected due to being a very motivated student with a strong work ethic, and high academic record. She is enrolled in 8 Advanced Placement courses at Lakeville North High School. Esha is a member of Varsity Tennis and captain during her senior year. She is President and Founder of Entrepreneurship Club at Lakeville North High School and a member of DECA. Esha is in Model United Nations as well as an Ambassador of the International Campus Connection club. She is a member of Math League and a Science Olympiad member. Outside Lakeville North High School, Esha volunteers to teach underprivileged children tennis and coach them on leadership, self-esteem, and confidence. She has collaborated with a local Girl Scouts Brownie troop and taught technology basics. She has also been part of Challenger Learning Center of MN – A STEM day at State Fair Volunteer which introduces young kids to robotics.
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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