Rotary Club of St. Louis Park

CONTACT US:
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612-239-8765
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 26728
St. Louis Park, MN 55426
 
 
 
Board of Directors
President
President Elect
President Elect Nominee
Immediate Past President
Treasurer
Secretary
Youth Service Chair
Communications Chair
Community Service Director
Int'l. Service Director
Executive Secretary/Director
 
 
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Welcome to friendly Rotary Club of St. Louis Park Minnesota!

St. Louis Park

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 11:45 AM
Doubletree Park Place Hotel
1500 Park Place Blvd.
St. Louis Park, MN  55416
United States
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St. Louis Park Rotary, since 1947, has developed a reputation as one of the friendliest Rotary clubs in the state.
 
“Mondays Matter,” as past president, Pastor David Landt once stated.  Our Monday noontime meetings at the convenient Doubletree Park Place Hotel by Hilton, located near 394 and Xenia/Park Place, feature the best food in District 5950 and an unsurpassed lineup of quality speakers. If you want to learn about things you would never be exposed to, come to our club, meet great business and civic leaders, and listen to our excellent speakers.
 
Rotary is a wonderful organization that believes in making the world a better place to live, both locally and worldwide. We have committed to safe water wells in Central America and Africa and often send Rotarians to those places to make it happen. We are committed to impactful literacy programs, international peace and conflict scholarships, improving health care in St. Louis Park and globally, and so much more.
 
We are more than International Humanitarian Service.  Our commitments begin at home.  For instance, St. Louis Park Rotary founded the nationally-acclaimed initiative called "Children First." This movement was birthed in our club and we aggressively support it some two decades later. We also do mentoring in the elementary schools and the high school in the "Park" and also support STEP (St. Louis Park Emergency Service Program) to make sure there is food for those people less fortunate than most.
 
In addition to our humanitarian commitments, we enjoy and benefit from fellowship with people from all walks of life. If you are interested in weekly lunch meetings, featuring great food, great fellowship, great speakers and helping to make our world in St. Louis Park and beyond, a better place, come and check us out.
 
We meet at 11:45 a.m. every Monday at the Doubletree Hotel at 1500 Park Place, St. Louis Park. We would love to meet you, and we guarantee you will leave knowing you have been among people who really care.
 
Following is the Rotary international theme for 2015-2016.  It clearly spells out what we all want to be: a real gift to the world.
 
 
 
St. Louis Park Rotary is one of the friendliest clubs in the state.  We have great food and unsurpassed quality of speakers.  If you want to learn about things you would never be exposed to, come to our club and listen to our excellent speakers. 
 
Rotary is a wonderful organization that believes in making the world a better place to live both locally and worldwide.  We have committed to safe water wells in Central America and Africa and send Rotarians over to make it happen.  Locally, St. Louis Park has an initiative called "Children First". This was birthed in our club and we aggressively support it.  We also do mentoring in the elementary schools in the "Park" and also support STEP to make sure there is food for those people less fortunate than most.
 
Beside doing humanitarian things, we have  fellowship with people from all walks of life.  If you are interested in fellowship, good food and making the world a better place, come and check us out.  We meet at 11:45 AM every Monday at the Doubletree Hotel at 1500 Park Place, St. Louis Park.  We would love to meet you and you will leave knowing you have been among people who really care.
 
Here is our theme for this year and what we all want to be, a real gift to the world.
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
Speakers
Aug 01, 2016
Tim Mulcrone
District Polio Plus Presentation
Aug 08, 2016
SAMMY RAHAMIN
Accent Signage Massacre
Aug 15, 2016
STEVE SIMON
Secretary of State for Minnesota
Aug 29, 2016
KEN SCHEMPP
Meadowbrook Collaborative
Sep 05, 2016
LABOR DAY
NO MEETING
Sep 12, 2016
HAMDY EL-SAWAF
World vies from the eyes of a Muslim
Oct 24, 2016
JAPS OLSON PRINTING COMPANY TOUR
We will meet at Japs Olson Company
 
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