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Join us for the 4th of July Celebration--volunteers needed
Get ready to celebrate Independence Day in style at the 41st annual 4th of July Celebration hosted by the Chanhassen Rotary in partnership with the City of Chanhassen! Join us for two exciting days of fun and community spirit.
 
Wednesday, July 3rd: The festivities kick off with the Chanhassen Rotary beer garden. Enjoy an evening dance featuring the lively tunes of the “Up South Band.”
 
Thursday, July 4th: The excitement continues with our renowned parade, more opportunities to unwind at the beer garden, and plenty of camaraderie.
 
Volunteer Opportunities:
Experience the spirit of "Service Above Self" by lending a hand at this memorable event. We need over 200 volunteers to make this celebration a success, and we'd love for you to be part of it! Sign up here to secure your spot.
 
Volunteer Duties Include:
- Checking IDs and distributing wristbands for the beer garden.
- Serving beer or seltzer to attendees.
- Assisting with parade safety measures.
- And much more!
 
Bring a Friend or Come Solo:
Whether you want to volunteer with friends or meet new people, we welcome you to join us. Your support helps make our community celebration unforgettable!
 
Don't miss out on this opportunity to contribute to a fantastic event and have a blast while doing it. Sign up now and be part of something special this 4th of July!
 
A full schedule of events, including activities hosted by the City of Chanhassen, can be found here
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Join Us!
Chanhassen

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 7:00 a.m.
Breakfast seating at Chanhassen American Legion,
290 Lake Dr E
Club PO Box 781 /Foundation PO Box 1072
Chanhassen, MN 55317
United States of America
We no longer offer regular programs via ZOOM. Guests are welcome to join us for the Legion buffet breakfast! Email us if you would like to join us for breakfast. email: Events@ChanhassenRotary.org
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Speakers
Robyn Coquyt
May 29, 2024
Building Classrooms and Futures in South Africa
Laura Roehl
Jun 05, 2024
Hope Chest for Breast Cancer
Chayna Claeys and the Robotic Team
Jun 12, 2024
Learning about the Middle School Robotic team in Chanhassen
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Jun 19, 2024
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Jun 19, 2024
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Jul 10, 2024
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Aug 21, 2024
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John Urbanski
Aug 28, 2024
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