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Janice Novak
Aug 01, 2017
Posture Perfect
Tom Whelan
Aug 08, 2017
University of Minnesota Women's Athletics
Bill Reynolds
Aug 15, 2017
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Welcome to the Shakopee Rotary Club

Shakopee Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:10 PM
Dangerfield's Restaurant
1583 1st Avenue East
Shakopee, MN  55379
United States
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TGIF Fellow Friends!
 
I am looking forward to a beautiful weekend with some hot temp’s, but I wanted to shoot out our upcoming meeting information before it’s Miller Time.
 
Speaker: Diane Keyes – Established Author
Host:  Kathy Busch
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     *Our intent was not to have two speakers in a row, however they are very different.  Plus, they are both wonderful women with a great story!
From the Author
I want readers to be inspired to make closer connections with those they love and to understand that the more they are grateful for what they already have, even if those things are very small, the more reasons they will find to be grateful and the richer their lives will become. The last two pages of the book contain the lessons I learned from my own experiences.
 
Song Master:     Mr. Chuck Berg
Greeters Table: Deb Erickson & Chuck Berg
Fine Master:       Ms. Deb Erickson 
Spotlight Rotarian:  Lee Hennen
 
See you all on Tuesday! :-)
 
Happy Friday,
 
Chuck Berg and myself had the privilege to meet Parks and Recreation Director Jamie Polly at the new All Inclusive Playground yesterday. The reason was to view the installation of our Shakopee Rotary Music. The planning for the Park has been around for several years and was first anticipated to be with the Huber park development.  It then shifted to being part of the All Inclusive Playground, with detailed planning beginning early summer.
 
Great news!! The music portion is complete. The music "pieces" are fantastic. Ask Chuck...I played with them yesterday with the smile of a kid on my face. The City, Jamie Polley, Councilor Mike Luce have all shared that this was a perfect marriage to have the "music park" meld with the Playground. We should be very proud that our Club had the foresight to see something like this would be an asset to any playground in town, but as a part of the All Inclusive Playground was a perfect fit. Thanks to Chuck and all the Club members who supported this idea over time.
 
It sure is a pleasure to be part of this amazing group of Rotarians. There will be an official "Grand Opening" in the Spring and it would be fantastic to have our entire Club be present. More details to come...along with the proposed Rotary signage.
 
John
 
 
 

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