The Rotary corn and pork feed is back for 2021. We will be doing both in-person and pick-up options for the event this year.
The corn and pork are locally produced. Please buy your ticket in advance and then present it on August 18th between 11-7 at the Fire Station to get your meal. Tickets are $10 (plus processing fee) and help support our local service projects. 
Please RSVP and spread the word on Facebook
Here are just a few of the community projects you help support:
-Food and school donations to the United Way of Douglas & Pope County
-Harvest Pack
-Rotary fishing pier
-Rotary musical playground
-Curt Felt Park playground 
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The Rotary corn and pork feed is back for 2020. We will be doing a drive-through only style event this year and all volunteers will be using proper precautions to keep all attendees safe and healthy.

The corn and pork are locally produced. Please buy your ticket in advance and then present it on August 19th between 11-7 at the Fire Station to get your meal. Tickets are $10 (plus EventBrite processing fee) and help support our local service projects. Here are just a few of the community projects you help support:

  • Food and school donations to the United Way of Douglas & Pope County
  • Harvest Pack
  • Rotary fishing pier
  • Rotary musical playground
  • Curt Felt Park playground

The Crown Jewels, "A Queen Tribute Band". Come find out why you are the Champion and if "another one bites the dust".

The Rotary Club is hosting a live band as a fundraiser. The Queen cover band the "Crown Jewels"  will entertain us all night long with Freddie Mercury's hits. Doors open at 7 pm music starts at 8 pm!

Three ways to buy tickets

The annual corn and pork chop jubilee will be August 16 from 11 am to 7 pm! Get your tickets in advance from any member of the local Rotary club. Tickets are $10 and helps fund our donations to numerous local charities.
See you at the jubilee!
District Governor Mark Hegstrom was our guest. Congratulations to District 5950 clubs and the District  Rotary Foundation Committee Team! For the second consecutive year, District 5950 took first place in three categories for Foundation giving at the Zone Institute in Cleveland, Ohio. We are top among 28 districts in Zones 28 & 29.
Rick Paulsen introduced Carl Wittenberg,  Sharlene Wittenberg and Kim from the National Turkey Federaton. Minnesota is #1 in turkey production. In addition to serving on the NTF board Carl and Charlene own a turkey farm near Wyndmere, ND.  Butterball, Jenny O and Cargill are the top three processors.  Mexico, China and Canada--the top three exporters. Sharlene also shared jalepeno turkey meatballs. Tasty!
Connie Mondry inroduced Christine Reilly and Jean Bristow, Alexandria Education Foundation. The Alexandria Education Foundation (AEF) is an independent non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to  the continued academic excellence of Alexandria   Public Schools.They partner with Alexandria Public Schools to provide financial support for unique learning experiences for students in early childhood education through grade 12. The Alexandria Education Foundation (AEF) supports educational excellence and a passion for learning by partnering with our community. Our focus is  on funding projects above and beyond the scope of the state budget and local tax dollars. Funds raised will directly impact students through grants to classroom teachers and other funded projects that help support initiatives that further the mission and educational goals of the School District.
Tim Moe introduced Grant Haugen, “Fit fore the Fairway”. Grant is a Certified Physical Therapist at Grand Arbor in the newest specialized program that utiliizes the latest research in golf, fitness, health and swing biomechanics from the Titleist Performance Institute in order to keep your body and your golf game at its best. This program offers one-on-one TPI Golf Assessments,  giving you the opportunity to experience the same physical assessment and fitness training as the pros regardless of your golf skill level. Grant’s credentials allow him to educate the golfer as to what their body is currently capable of  doing and providing corrective exercises.
Keith Meyer introduced Danny Sieve, Realtor and Volunteer Fireman; Danny explained how he was using a drone for his business and some rules involving drone usage; some come with better cameras, better handling, more advanced technology, longer flight times, etc. Models are ready to fly right out of the box! Plus demonstrations flying the drone!!
Laura Urban introduced Josh Brummond, Douglas County Veterans Service Officer. Veteran's Service staff consists of Josh as Department Head and Sandy, Administrative  Assistant. They assist veterans/dependents with benefits from the United States and MN Department of Veterans Affairs. They also provide transportation to and from the Veteran's Administration Medical Centers in Fargo, St. Cloud and Minneapolis. Josh works for the veteran.
Mike Johnson introduced Conrad Bostron, Alexandria YMCA Director. The Y is a diverse organization of men, women and children joined together by a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility. Being healthy means more than simply being physically active. It's about maintaining a balanced spirit, mind and body. At the Y, it's not about the activity you choose as much as it is about the benefits of living healthier on the
inside as well as the outside.
Pat Kalina introduced Abby Strom, Alexandria Area  Economic Development Commission. The Development Commission is  a non-profit organization service of the businesses and residents of the Douglas County area with business startup and growth assistance along with community development services. Primary areas of focus include: - Business Planning Assistance - Site Selection Assistance - Financial Packaging - Regional Demographic Information - Commercial Tax Incentives - Revolving Loan Funds - Community
Marianna Khavu, Monticello Rotary Club in center holding scissors, Tracy Nelson, St Michael-Albertville and Larry Zilliox cutting the ribbon dedicating the new school library at Prek Tunung Secondary school in Cambodia.
Todd Emmons introduced Tara Bitzan, the new Executive Director for the Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce. Tara is a life-long  resident of Douglas County, with a 25 year  career as  a community journalist. Tara looks forward to leading this organization and working with so many incredible people to make Alexandria an even better place for people to “live, work, play and prosper."
Dave Hartmann introduced Eric Hartmann, Advisor and student members of DECA. DECA is a nationwide student-led organization that extends learning from the traditional classroom and allows students to "experience" their studies in the areas of marketing, finance, hospitality and business management. Eleven DECA students qualified and attended the International DECA Conference in Nashville, Tennessee
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