Rotary Club of Burnsville

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Welcome to The Burnsville Rotary Club

Burnsville Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:05 PM
Best Western Premier -- Nicollet Inn
14201 Nicollet Ave
Burnsville, MN  55337
United States
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Burnsville Rotary's Board

President Elect
Community Service
Vocational Chair
Rotary Foundation
Social Committee Chair
Fundraising Committee Chair
Membership Chair
Public Relations Chair
Webmaster Chair
International Service Chair
Past President
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A very successful night! Thanks to everyone for your contributions and participation making the evening a fun time! For more pictures click photo or click slide show and start the slide show!.

Burnsville Rotary Clubs present thirteenth annual Burnsville Uncorked! You don't want to miss this great event - Thursday, November 12, 2015. Every day Rotarians work on service projects that make a positive impact on communities locally & worldwide. Tickets are on sale now - ask a Burnsville Rotarian (Either noon club or breakfast club) or Chianti Grill has them on sale as well as at the Red Lion Liquor in Burnsville. Here are some pictures from last year's fun time!

Burnsville Robotics Team had a "Banner" Year!
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