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Posted by Katie Williams on Feb 23, 2019
Days for Girls is creating a world with dignity, health, and opportunity for all, through sustainable menstrual care solutions and health education. This movement has reached more than one million women and girls — and counting! With your help, we can reach Every Girl. Everywhere. Period. For more information about Days for Girlshttps://www.daysforgirls.org
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The Minnetonka Rotary’s 2017 Golf Outing was a tremendous success.  The results look like the Minnetonka Rotary has raised over $30,000 to go into the Minnetonka Rotary Foundation to support our communities with Grants that are targeted for organizations in need of funding to accomplish worthwhile goals that might otherwise not be completed.
The companies are listed on the picture above, but in the event that you cannot read them, they are listed here.  We extend our thank you to the people and organizations below for their support to make this event a success.
Platinum Plus Sponsors
Signature Bank
Doran Companies
Frank Babka
Platinum Sponsors
Restwell Mattress Factory
Land Home Financial Services
LenServ Title
Hopkins Auto Body
Streeter & Associates Inc.
Culligan Water
Magney Construction Inc.
Ellingson & Ellingson
Dale & Cathy Feste
Gold Sponsors
Securian Retirement
Securian Trust Company
Minnesota Eye Consultants
ReMax Real Estate Nation
Nagel Team Realty
Silver Sponsors
Advantus Capital Management
Commercial Furniture Services & Herman Miller
Partner’s Title
Inspirity Inc.
Bronze Sponsors
Hance Hardware
JA Counter
Dunn Brothers Coffee / Richard & Norma Gunderson
Joey Nova’s Pizza
Opitz Outlet
TruStone Financial Credit Union
Willis Towers Watson
Guy Marzanno & Christine Leick
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Posted by Mary Carlson
Youth Link's mission is to empower youth to shape their own futures by providing a safe, supportive, respectful and responsive community.  It is the place "where the END of homelessness and the END of poverty begin for youth served".
Jose Acuna has been involved with Youth Link for 18 years.  He is so totaly committed to going into the streets, building trust and break down barriers to foster relationships with the homeless youth in our area.  The goal is to teach young people that have been abandoned, abused, and neglected that they can gain control over their own lives by promoting social, emotional cognitive and behavioral competencies. Teaching self sufficiency means providing for themselves, managing their own affairs and making their own judgements.  This agency is a "one stop shop" that provides housing, job opportunities,intervention services, education (GED assistance), drop in center, medical referrals, and much more. One way Jose has helped make this happen is through Street Soccer, a program which has become a very big part of the local Youth Link initiative.  To learn more about Youth Link go to youthlinkmn.org It was a pleasure to host Jose and learn about this worthy crisis intervention project in our own community.
September 26, 2012 Speaker Jose Acuna - Youth Link Mary Carlson 0
Posted by Mary Carlson
Today club members shared a very heavy heart as we paid tribute to our Club Statesman, Allen Kerr, who passed away this week while in Florence, Italy with his best friend and wife, Char.  They had just completed a 60th Anniversary cruise with friends who live in Florience.  Daughters, Cindy and Betsy, were with us as many were moved to share their "Allen" stories and accolades, because he was a member who truly lived the Rotary motto "Service Above Self".  Although he became an official member of our club 06/2010, he joined us for meetings many years before that when he visited his family here in MN.  His former club was Raleigh-Durham, N.C.  As someone said this morning "This was one of the hardest meetings I have ever attended".  Rest in peace, Allen.  You will certainly be remembered as a Rotarian who raised the bar for all of us.

Other club meeting news will be posted separately.
September 26, 2012 Meeting Mary Carlson 0
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