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What's Happening in District 5950?
Join District 5960, 5950, 5970, and 6000 for a celebration and FUNdraiser supporting PolioPlus at the MN Twins vs. New York Yankees game on Sat. June 18, at 1:10 p.m.
Order tickets early to claim one of the reserved Home Plate View tickets (Sect. 309 for $60) or Box Seat tickets (Sect, 101 for $75) Order deadline is May 18. Wear your End Polio T-Shirt .... or order one if you don't have one yet.
Please inform qualified applicants about Rotary Peace Fellowships which are awarded to scholars to pursue a master’s degree in international studies and peace and conflict resolution OR to attend a three-month summer professional development certificate course. Candidates submit online applications to their local Rotary Clubs by April 10, 2016.
For more information, visit www.rotary.org/foundation/programs.html (application at Students and Youth) or contact Ellen Kennedy at 952-693-5206, email@example.com
Rotary in the News
The Laker & the Pioneer newspaper highlighted the joint meeting of the Mound-Westonka and Wayzata Rotary Clubs where Twin Cities photographer and author John Noltner shared his ongoing arts project, “A Peace of My Mind.”
Apple Valley's Sun This Week shared how the Apple Valley Rotary Club leveraged a donation for Polio Plus from the American Legion, with other donations to get a 2:1 match from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Both the Eden Prairie News and Sun Current had stories about the Eden Prairie AM Rotary hosting a "Spotlight on Rotary" Open house at Buca's, assembling backpacks for homeless teens at PROP, and being nominated as an EP Givers nominee.
Both the Eden Prairie News and the Eden Prairie Sun-Current featured the great work done by the Eden Prairie Noon Rotary Club as it collaborates with other community partners to promote literacy for all first graders in the Eden Prairie Schools.
The St. Cloud Times shared the story of April Myers, a Great River Rotarian, who received Sauk Rapids' Citizen of the Year award for giving to the community in many ways.
The Chaska Herald featured the work done by Chaska Rotary to raise funds to build a Miracle Field in Chaska so that youth with disabilities can also participate in baseball.
The Shakopee Valley News told of the Shakopee Rotary's efforts to collect unwanted furniture and household items for Bridging Ind. as part of their community's CleanUp Day on April 30.