Jul 13, 2017
The Hourglass Fund Project
Jul 13, 2017
Jul 20, 2017
Bricks to Bread International
Aug 03, 2017
Invite a child to Rotary day!
Aug 10, 2017
Aug 24, 2017
Body Project
Aug 30, 2017
District 5960 Joint Meeting with Prior Lake Rotary @ The Wilds
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
George "Skip" Thaler
July 2
Jon Koznick
July 4
July 5
John Clark
July 23
August 3
Alan Williams
August 25
Robert Bayer
August 30
Join Date
July 1, 2005
12 years
July 1, 1991
26 years
James Connelly
July 1, 2016
1 year
Denny Chrissinger
July 9, 2014
3 years
Peggy Rice
July 18, 2013
4 years
Jeffrey Long
July 25, 2014
3 years
August 1, 1991
26 years
Beth Kohlnhofer Raskovich
August 17, 2016
1 year
August 19, 2004
13 years
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
Club Information
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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June 29
Bob Bayer
Lia Bedeaux
July 6
Lia Bedeaux
Dave Bellows
July 13
Dave Bellows
Mark Booth
July 20
Mark Booth
Patrick Boria
July 27
Patrick Boria
Phil Bruneau
Aug 03
Phil Bruneau
Aug 10Club Picnic
Aug 17Chris Casey


June 29 - Paul Marzahn



June 22 - Colleen LaBeau
June 29 - Colleen LaBeau
July 06 - Paul Marzahn
July 13 - Sheila Longie
July 20 - Doug Anderson
July 27 -
Aug 3 -
Aug 10 - Club Picnic


Mark Your Calendars
  • July 5 -  Surprise "Good Bye" party for Nerea  - Crossroads Church 6pm -8pm
  • July 6 - No Noon Meeting Today join us in the morning for our speaker Tyler Krebs
  • July 13 - Noon Meeting -Pat Arling Member Profile, $2500 check presentation to Karen Peterson "Hope for Tomorrow".
  • July 20 - 501 Club Meeting - Angry Inch Brewery
  • Aug 3 - Puppet Wagon @ Rotary.
  • Aug 10 - Club Picnic
  • Aug 30 - Joint Club Meeting with Prior Lake @ The Wilds


Rotary Students of the Month - May 25
Each month of the school year, the Lakeville Rotary Club recognizes students of the senior class who demonstrate “Service Above Self”. 
Lakeville North High School has chosen Wade Sullivan as the May Rotary Student of the Month.   Wade has been a letter winner in football, a Team Captain, the MN Prep Spotlight Club Born & Raised Athlete of the Week.  Also in football at Lakeville North, Wade has been a high school state tournament participant, the team MVP, winner of East Metro All-District award, MN Gatorade Player of the Year, MN Vikings All State Team winner, and received the MN Mr. Football award.
Wade is also a letter winner in wrestling, received the Lakeville North Wrestling Most Valuable Wrestler award, received All-Conference Award and many other awards in wrestling.  Most recently, Wade is Captain of the Hamline Elite Meet in Track & Field.  Wade was the St. Paul Lions Club male athlete finalist of the year.  Wade has been a Lakeville North Best Buddies volunteer and a youth football and wrestling volunteer.  Wade also volunteered at the Lakeville Art Festival for the past two years and the Lakeville Community Clean Up Day this spring.
Wade’s parents are Dana & Matthew Sullivan and his Dean is Holly Standke.
For the month of May Kathryn Strege will be recognized as the LSHS Rotary Student of the Month.  Kathryn is an outstanding student and athlete at Lakeville South High School.  She consistently demonstrates strength in excellence, commitment, and determination. 
Kathryn hopes to earn a degree in college that is connected to Medicine. She has demonstrated she is college ready by maintaining a GPA of 4.207, and successfully completing many college prep courses, such as AP Language, AP World History, AP Psychology, and AP Calculus.  She continues to challenge herself her senior year by selecting courses such as AP Literature, AP Physics, and AP Macroeconomics.  Kathryn has the ability balance a rigorous course load, participate in many activities, and be a very active volunteer in our community.
Kathryn’s positive attitude and her willingness to advocate for herself is very impressive.  By her actions, it is clear she is a positive leader through her commitment to an intense work ethic. She participates in Trap Shooting and Track at Lakeville South.  She Fosters dogs and helps with conservation in many ways.   During her free time, she volunteers at the sportsman club and she works as a waitress, babysitter, and construction worker.
Kathryn Strege is an outstanding student/athlete and individual.  She has made a positive impact at LSHS and I am convinced she will make a positive impact on any program she becomes involved in.  
Kathryn’s parents are Kyle and Sara Strege and her Dean is Paul Donner.
PolioPlus Donation
Greg LaMere, Nathan Hamel and Emma Hadacek
Greg LaMere received a  $190.40 donation for PolioPlus from the Lakeville Honor Society members Nathan Hamel and Emma Hadacek for the proceeds from the "Stuck for a Buck" fundraiser.
Megan Voronyk
Megan Voronyk, Greg LaMere

Our program was given by Megan Voronyk, The Link,

The Link was founded in 1991 by former Minnesota Vikings players, Jim Marshall and Oscar Reed, who wanted to support youth in north Minneapolis who were being victimized by crime, getting involved in crime and who were struggling with poverty and homelessness. The Link is still based in their original vision and in north Minneapolis. The Link has grown from a two-staff member organization with three programs to an organization that has 19 programs across the Twin Cities area, employs over 150 adult and youth staff members and supports nearly 3,000 youth and young families each year. The Link offers programming in three areas:

Housing & Supportive Services Division: housing and supportive services for youth and young families experiencing homelessness

Juvenile Justice Division: positive alternative programs for youth in the juvenile justice

Safe Harbor Division: emergency shelter, housing and supportive services for youth who have been sexually exploited

For more information visit,


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,
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Lakeville Rotary Club
PO Box 433
Lakeville, MN 55044