Welcome to Rotary - Service Above Self
Welcome to Rotary Club of St. Cloud
St. Cloud

Serving to change lives

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 p.m.
South Point - CentraCare
3001 Clearwater Road
Saint Cloud, MN 56301
United States of America
We meet in person at the CentraCare South Point building, St Cloud. Meeting locations vary based on space availability. To verify location, please email our President, Sparky Osendorf.
SHARED VISION
 
We are a catalyst for transformational impact through service and collaboration.
 
 
WE ARE
Welcoming
Community Leaders
Aligned with Rotary International
People living the Four-Way Test
Results-driven
Service-oriented
 
WE MUST
Provide high-impact service results
Have engaged members
Be relationships-driven
Provide exceptional value to our members
Develop partnerships
Have fun 
 
What's Happening
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This week we will be holding our Exchange Student Farewell.
 

Junior Achievement North – St. Cloud area prepares students to be the leaders of tomorrow. JA teaches students in grades K-12 about money management, how to prepare for college and a career, and how to start businesses that create jobs and strengthen our economy.

 

Interested in furthering the JA mission?

 

  1. We are in need of 150 volunteers this spring to teach JA programs in local K-12 classrooms. Can you spare less than an hour as little as once a week? As a JA volunteer, you will visit a classroom for five in-person sessions (30-45 minutes each). All materials and training are provided by JA and come with step-by-step instructions to ensure that your volunteer experience is positive and rewarding. Bonus, you get to spend a little more time with your favorite student and their classmates! No previous experience is needed. You can explore the programs we offer here or you can reach out to erin.brum@janorth.org for a current list of local classrooms in need of a volunteer. Ready to jump in? Complete our volunteer registration form!

 

  1. Secure your spot at one of our Play for JA fundraiser events – Trivia or Bowling – by contacting alli.herold@janorth.org
  • Play for JA – Trivia: Thursday February 23 at Bad Habit Brewing Company 6:30 – 9:00pm
  • Play for JA – bigBowl: Thursday April 20 at Great River Bowl and Partners Pub 4-6pm or 6:30-8:30pm

 

  1. Support a student, classroom, or school by making a donation today!
 
Don't be shy, reach out to Dave Borgert to share your story with your fellow Rotarians!
 
Dave can be reached at borgertdj@icloud.com
 
 
Have you downloaded the Clubrunner app to your favorite mobile device?! 
 
If not, what are you waiting for? 
 
Click the video below for a quick walkthrough of all features available! Available on iOS and Android! 
 
 
Our Rotary Club values YOU and what inspires you.
 
Won’t you sign up to inspire our members with a Moment of Inspiration? 
 
Just email me back at jsvincent@me.com.
 
 
 
We are looking for volunteers to host a Junior Rotarian virtually:

- Volunteer to host for one month -November, December, January, February, March or April
- Log on to the regular Zoom meeting link at 11:50am each week during the month you selected to volunteer (please commit to attending each week to connect with your Junior Rotarian)
- Leigh Ann will move you to a Zoom breakout room so you will have a few minutes to connect with your Junior Rotarian before the meeting starts
Introduce your Junior Rotarian when President Johnson calls for introductions

That's it! How easy is that?  Please email Tammy Biery with the month you'd like to be a host.

As a host, you can attend meetings in person or virtually. If you join the in person meeting, we ask that you find a quiet space to meet with your Junior Rotarian on a mobile device via Zoom from 11:50 until the beginning of the meeting.

Email Tammy - tammy.biery@CSJobs.org if you'd like to volunteer!
 
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Have you been looking to get involved more in Rotary activities? Aren't sure who to talk to or where to turn? Below is a list of different opportunities for Rotarians and their contact person! 
 
- Moment of Inspiration: Debbie Clausen- 
Deborah.Clausen@Thrivent.com
 
- Greeters: Debbie Clausen- 
Deborah.Clausen@Thrivent.com
 
- Weekly Program: Dave Bentrud- 
 
- Membership: Dave Borgert- 
 
- Share Your Story: Dan Steil- 
 
 
 
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Meet the Presidents

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Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Membership
Club Public Image Chair
Community Service
Vocational Services
Immediate Past President
Vice President
Vice President
President Emeritus
International Service Director
Programs Chair
Sergeant-at-Arms
Extras!
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Upcoming Events
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