Speakers
Aug 31, 2016
Pam Langseth
Open Hands Update
Sep 07, 2016
Ms. Gus Award for 2016
Margaret Gaumond
Sep 14, 2016
Debra Thompson and Karen Walkowski
Rotary Global Grants/Leveraging RI Foundation Funding
Sep 21, 2016
Paul Kelley and Lori Money with the MNPGA
2016 Ryder Cup and Excelsior Block Party
Sep 28, 2016
Frederick Struve
Vocational
Oct 05, 2016
Terri Bonoff
Candidate for 3rd District Congressional Seat
Oct 12, 2016
Mark
Our Exchange Student From Taiwan
Oct 19, 2016
Kathy Parenteau
Commons Update
Oct 26, 2016
Christina
Our Exchange Student From Spain
 
 
Club Directors
President
Past President
 

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Welcome to our Club!

Lake Minnetonka-Excelsior

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
Maynard's Restaurant
685 Excelsior Blvd.
visit@lmerc.org
P O Box 368, Excelsior, MN  55331
United States
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Lake Minnetonka Excelsior Rotary Club supports the following charities:

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All donations are to our local Rotary Club's Foundation which is a 501.c.3 charitable organization.

Federal Tax ID:  20-2048589

Make checks payable to:

Foundation of the Lake Minnetonka-Excelsior Rotary Club

PO Box 368

Excelsior, MN 55331 

 
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