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Posted by Jen Wentz on Jan 31, 2017
Polar Fest committee members visited our club this morning to help promote the almost 40 events being offered to the community from February 9 - February 20, 2017. There's truly something for everyone including our very own Poles 'N Holes Ice Fishing Derby on Saturday, February 11th from 12-3 p.m.
Many thanks to Marcus Lacher, Deb Wahl, Dawn Olson, Stacey Gravelle, Polar Pete (Amy Stearns), Jill Brandt, Sallie Eikren, Pat Petermann and Carrie Johnston.
Wednesday, December 21st 2016
Twice per month, Detroit Lakes Breakfast Rotarian's serve happy hour cocktails and snacks to the residents of Essentia Health-Oak Crossing, a senior living community and transitional care facility in Detroit Lakes. During the holidays, the Rotarian's sing their hearts out by entertaining the group with Christmas Carols!!
Posted by Jen Wentz
Detroit Lakes Breakfast Rotary recently donated proceeds from their Wine Pairing to Detroit Lakes and Frazee School Performing Arts Programs.
Tim Siewert accepted donations for both DLHS Band and Choir in Detroit Lakes. Ashley Morben accepted the donation for the Frazee Choir and Brian Selander accepted the donation for the Frazee Band.
The Rotary event was held Monday, October 3rd, 2016 at Spanky's Stone Hearth in Vergas.
Plans for use of the donations are already underway and include assistance for the 2018 spring travels of the DLHS Band and the purchase of choir stoles for competitions and other community events that Frazee Choir attends.
Posted by Jen Wentz
It's that time of year again...Detroit Lakes Breakfast Rotary Club is selling dozens and dozens of roses.
Wednesday, November 2
Thursday, November 3
and Friday, November 4 (if stock remains)
$20 per dozen
7 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Bergen’s Greenhouse
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at two locations in the Washington Square Mall -- Detroit Lakes Floral and NEW LOCATION Thrifty White Pharmacy
Posted by Jen Wentz on Sep 26, 2016
Julie Smith, Teacher and Counselor met with our club to discuss the cultural gap between Native American Anishinaabe and society. She gave us some history and her views on why there are so many differences between the two and why it can be so difficult to build a life of prosperity off the Reservation.
She and her three children entertained us with native dance and song. Many thanks to Julie and her family! Miigwech!