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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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Rotarians JB Ball and Ron Demars wait for instructions with Ron's grandson Joe. We had ten workers who made a difference in the world before retiring to the Volstead House for refreshments.

Burnsville Rotary Breakfast Club and Noon Club jointly present two checks to the City of Burnsville for the Skate Park and the Burnsville Youth Garage. We also had a joint meeting at the locations and received a tour. Enjoy!

Our work day for our District Grant Skate Park Project was Tuesday, September 6 at 4:00 PM at the Skate Park site adjacent to the circular building on the City Hall campus.  Nice turn out - thanks to those who came and helped!

Rotary Work Day at 360 Communities
Sorry that I will not be at Rotary on Monday but I wanted to give a shout out to those members who worked very hard on Friday at the 360 Communities Burnsville Food Shelf. Marcus Thomas, Dave & Judy Porter, Jim Schmitt, JB Ball, Wayne Huelskoetter, and myself all helped move food, move shelves, rearrange freezers & refrigerators, clean, and paint shelving.
On Monday morning another crew will help put the shelves back in place and return the food. We should be able to accept food shelf appointments after lunch. Scheduled to help on Monday are: Nicole Thomas & children, Bryan Morrison, Dave & Judy Porter.
Sal Mondelli
Thanks to all those who helped!

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