Rotary Club of Burnsville

Club Information

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

What's New?

Burnsville Robotics Team had a "Banner" Year!

Rotary Makes A Difference & So Can YOU.

Friday, April 17 - Saturday, April 25, 2015. – Sneak Preview Right Now – incredible value packed bargains at
The Broadway Dolls! Burnsville Rotary invites you to join us Saturday, April 25, 2015 at the Ames Center. Proceeds from the event are contributed to 30 local charities. You can help MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Make a Difference


Burnsville Rotary presents our Spring Fundraiser "The Broadway Dolls" on April 25, 2015 Click here for a preview of what is to come!

Also keep checking our on-line auction as we add some great items. Auction goes live on April 17.



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Upcoming Events



Oct 12, 2015
Eric Elton
Mission Outpost
Oct 26, 2015
Dennis Johnson and Ron Kipp from the South Metro
Small Business Mentorship Program

News from Rotary International

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Bringing education to rural Mexican area, one school at a time
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Meet our polio partners
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Australian students take opportunity by the horns
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