Posted on Jun 01, 2019
Thanks to all who came out and helped with past annual cleanups of the Rotary Oasis in downtown Hopkins. We had gorgeous weather, worked hard, and wrapped things up with tasty beverages! Check out the photo album to see more pics. 
2019 Rotary Oasis Cleanup Samuel Stiele 2019-06-01 05:00:00Z 0
Visit us at Hopkins Summerfest! Julie Hance 2016-07-14 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Julie Hance
I was proud to represent Hopkins Rotary Club at the the Hopkins High School Senior Scholarship Presentation Night as we honored the James M. Hance Memorial Scholarship winner, Julie Uwineza and the Hopkins Rotary Club Scholarship winner, Madeline Buckner-McCurdy. These young women never cease to amaze us and we can't wait to see what incredible things they do in the future!
Scholarship Winners Honored at Hopkins High School Julie Hance 2016-06-15 00:00:00Z 0
President Angela Schatz, President-Elect Suzanne Lundeen-Abrams and Secretary Julie Hance joined fellow Rotarians at the District 5950 Assembly on Saturday, April 10 for a day of learning and brainstorming about how to make our club even more fun and exciting! 
Rotary District 5950 Assembly Julie Hance 2016-04-10 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Suzanne Lundeen Abrams
What a great experience it was to be one of nearly 400 attendees at North Central President Elect Training in Rochester, MN last weekend.
I'm inspired to lead the club as we head into The Rotary Club of Hopkins' 79th Year.  Having been part of the club for 11 years, I've gotten to know our elders and I'm passionate about engaging the next generation of Rotarians to continue our club's longstanding Legacy of Service Above Self.
Here's a photo of me and District Governor Elect, Mark Hegstrom, as I received my Banner for the 2016-2017 Rotary Year.
Our Global Rotary Theme will be:
Please click on Read More to hear more about #NCPETS and my goals for the year ahead!
President Elect Training, March 14, 2016 Suzanne Lundeen Abrams 2016-03-15 00:00:00Z 0
Scholarships available for Hopkins High School students Julie Hance 2016-02-22 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Angela Schatz on Oct 15, 2015
Hopkins Rotary is pleased to present our newest Hopkins Rotary Members!  Welcome:
Tom Johnson (Anchor Insurance)
Miranda Morton (Agamim Classical Academy)
Sheila Arnold (Ridgedale YMCA)
Kristin Kaspar (Hopkins Historical Society)
Bruce Raymond (Marketplace Home Mortgage)
Julie Hance (Hance Hardware)
President Elect, Suzanne Abrams (Lundeen Abrams Advisors)
Unable to attend: 
Sam Stiele (SOS Properties)
And, returning member, John Raymond
We are thrilled to welcome you to our Hopkins Rotary Family and will enjoy working side-by-side with you to "do good" in this world and live by the 4 Way Test.
President, Angela Schatz
Meet the newest Hopkins Rotary Members! Angela Schatz 2015-10-16 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Angela Schatz
Hopkins Rotary is going back to our founding roots!  Our Club is once again meeting every Thursday for a lunch meeting. 
It was unanimously decided that we wanted to return to our 1938 legacy and have a luncheon meeting once again! 
Come join us for food, fellowship, networking, service and mingling with great people who do good in the community and the world. 
We meet at Tuttles, Eat Bowl Play at 12:00 for a social with a 12:15 meeting time and end promptly at 1:15. 
Tuttles is located at 107 Shady Oak Road, Hopkins MN. 
See you there!
President Angela Schatz
Hopkins Rotary Goes Back to Lunch Meetings! Angela Schatz 2015-09-17 00:00:00Z 0

Thanks everyone for your support. We know Jim would be doing a jig knowing we raised $10,000 for the Hopkins Rotary Foundation.  Foundation funds will be used for scholarships, community support and community improvements for many years. Event Photos

Jim Hance Memorial 2015-03-28 00:00:00Z 0
Another Successful Empty Bowls!  This year was the 17th annual Empty bowls benefiting ICA and Resource West.  Hopkins Rotary is proud to participate and sends a big thanks to all who support Empty Bowls!  Over $71,000 raised so far.  Thanks to the hard work of many.  Read More here.
Empty Bowls 2015 2015-03-27 00:00:00Z 0
Grumpy Santa @LTD Brewing 2014-12-10 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Timothy Dillon on Oct 03, 2014

Hopkins High School & Rotarians pair up for 40th Annual Fruit Sale

Thanks to your support we had a successful test of online sales in November of 2014.  We will be back next year.  
Big thanks also to Hopkins High School's Groovy Math Teacher's, Matthew Bruflodt and Rebecca Schmitz for leading
the club this last year.


Fruit & Nut Sale Timothy Dillon 2014-10-04 00:00:00Z 0
Japanese rock star - do you know him?! Judy Elling 2014-04-04 00:00:00Z 0
Not just lunch: Hopkins Rotary rebuilds park shelter and rebrands Judy Elling 2013-11-05 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Judy Elling on Jul 19, 2013
Hopkins Rotarians had a great day and evening at the Wrestling Event during Raspberry Festival this year! This was our second year selling food & beer at the event. We are excited for next year's event!
Raspberry Days Wrestling Fundraiser - 2013 Judy Elling 2013-07-20 00:00:00Z 0
Hopkins Rotary builds a new shelter in Burnes Park Judy Elling 2013-06-10 00:00:00Z 0
2013 Scholarship Information & Application 2013-02-08 00:00:00Z 0
Fruit & Nut Sale 2012-10-07 00:00:00Z 0
All That Jazz Gala Thank You 2012-10-04 00:00:00Z 0



Hopkins Rotary is a vibrant organization of more than 45 business and community leaders who meet weekly for lunch with presentations on business, community and world topics. 

Our members share friendship and keep informed on relevant topics while making a difference in very real ways. Through application of our time and talents combined with Rotary resources, we vigorously support our community and world.  Rotary's motto is - Service Above Self.

We are part of Rotary International, a 1.2 million member organization with over 31,000 clubs throughout the world and over 250 clubs in Minnesota.

We invite you to learn more about what Rotary does for our community and world.  Join us for lunch at 12:00 PM every Thursday at the Tuttle's Restaurant in Hopkins.


Angela Schatz
Hopkins Rotary President, 2014/2015


Posted by Timothy Dillon

As a long standing tradition a group of 16 packed meals at Feed My Starving Children.
It's always a fun program to visit and see the growth and success of this wonderful program.
We try to visit as a group once or twice a year so watch our calendar for dates.


Feed My Starving Children Visit Timothy Dillon 0

The Rotary Exchange Program is an outstanding one with opportunities around the world for high school age kids to experience as well as hosting stateside a student.  It's a great way to enrich your lives, learn more about a different culture and country.

Outbound student deadlines for 2015 is November 9th to submit an application.

Call Angela Schatz for more information, or email.