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Wahpeton Breckenridge

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Hughes Shelter
50 8th St N
RJ Hughes Drive, Chahinkapa Park
Wahpeton, ND 58075
United States of America
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The Rotary Club of Wahpeton Breckenridge was pleased to host exceptional students from Richland and Wilkin County high schools for our monthly program on Tuesday, September 21st, 2021 via Zoom. Each student was nominated by his or her school to be recognized. Congratulations to all of the students on your accomplishments. We can't wait to celebrate in person once again.
 
 
Wahpeton Breckenridge Rotary had a successful Fill the Bus on September 30, 2021
Over 900# was donated and $670 in cash as well as Econofoods donated an additional 7000#'s of food to the Richland Wilkin Food Bank.
GREAT WORK everyone.
 
COMMUNITY BLOOD SCREENINGS
 
OCTOBER 11-15, 2021
 
6:00 A.M.-9:30 A.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY
 
WAHPETON COMMUNITY CENTER, 304 5TH STREET SOUTH, USE 4TH STREET ENTRANCE
 

PAY $50, SAVE HUNDRED$

Rotary cares about your health.

The blood screening is a way for discovering potential illnesses. The screenings are affordable, too. These screenings cost $50, but the average charge for a screening like this is often more than $300. The screenings include a look at kidney function, liver function, cholesterol and overall blood counts.

Following the screening, the results are mailed out to participants the next day. The printouts will include normal levels and ranges for various tests to allow the participant to identify any abnormal results. Participants can then utilize the results for follow up with their primary care physician for evaluation.

YOUR TIME & HEALTH ARE WORTH IT            FASTING IS NOT REQUIRED

CALL FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY!

218-643-0123

INCLUDES: Kidney function, Liver function, Cholesterol, Blood counts & Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) tests
A COMMUNITY SERVICE SPONSORED BY
*ESSENTIA CLINIC         *SANFORD CLINIC        *CHI SAINT FRANCIS
*THE ROTARY CLUB OF WAHPETON BRECKENRIDGE
 
 
 
  

 
Speaker Vince Plummer Behavioral Health Therapist at Sanford Health spoke on Suicide awareness.
He gave a very informative talk on how we can help better understand suicide.   
Dr. David Woods spoke to Rotary on Tuesday August 10th on Service Servant.  He is a teacher at the Wahpeton Public Schools and also serves as Wahpeton City Council Member.
Thank you David for sharing your views on Service.
President Edd Goerger was honored for the work he has done this past year as Rotary President. Edd did a fabulous job keeping us connected during the Pandemic of Covid 19. He is presented a President's plaque by incoming President Tony Lopez
Rotarian Mike Turchin is receiving his 3rd Paul Harris Fellow award.  The award was presented by Foundation Chair Nancy Froemke. 
District Governor Keith Brokke visited the Wahpeton Breckenridge Rotary Club on July 20th. It was a pleasure to have him, his wife Lynn and Lt. Gov. Blake attending with the Governor. 
ROTARY ANNOUNCES 2021 
FALL COMMUNITY BLOOD SCREENING DATES
 
October 11-15, 2021
 
6:00 AM - 9:30 AM       Monday - Friday 
 
Screening will be held at Wahpeton Community Center, Wahpeton - Note Location!
 
Call 218-643-0123 to make your appointment time!
 
 
The Rotary Club of Wahpeton-Breckenridge is proud to announce support for the Annual 4-Way Test Essay Contest.
 
The essay can be of any topic, specific or general, that interests the student. The student will apply the principles of the 4-Way test and how it can be applied to express the the view of the student writer.
 
The contest is open to Juniors and Seniors in high school. Essays must be between 500-1000 words, double-spaced and typewritten. Applicants must include all four principles of the 4-Way Test to be eligible for prizes.  Entrants must attach the signature portion of the attached guideline to acknowledge the principles and contest criteria.
 
Entries are due to the club by December 4th, 2018 so they can be evaluated by the review committee.
The committee will select 3 essays and locally award 1st Place - $200, 2nd Place - $150 and 3rd Place - $100.  
The first place essay will be submitted to Rotary District 5580 by December 31, 2018 to compete for the Grand Prize of $1,250.
 
The top three place winners will be invited to read their essays at a Rotary luncheon and are given an opportunity to answer questions about their topic and interest. 
 
For more information on the contest, or submission details, please see the 2018 guideline on our webpage in the downloadable files section.
Speakers
Paul Kalibabky
Nov 30, 2021
Waste Management
NDSCS Choir
Dec 07, 2021
Student of the Month
Dec 14, 2021
Honor our local Richland & Wilkin County Junior Students
Lisa Karch
Dec 21, 2021
New NDSCS VP of Instructional Affairs
Student of the Month
Jan 18, 2022
Honor our local Richland & Wilkin County Junior Students
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