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30 Civic Center Dr SE (Traditional Mtngs)
Rochester, MN  55904
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For this is the real truth: man is a soul and has a body.
The body is not the man; it is only the clothing of the man.
What you call death is the laying aside of a worn-out garment,
and it is no more the end of the man,
than it is the end of you when you remove your coat.
Therefore you have not lost your friend;
You have only lost sight of the cloak
in which you were accustomed to see him.
The cloak is gone, but the man who wore it is not;
Surely it is the man you love and not the garment.
Please join fellow Rotarians and invited guests to our annual Rotary Open House.
 
  • Where:  Magnolia Room (just off lobby area in hotel), Centerstone Plaza Hotel Soldiers Field (same building as Twigs), 401 6th St , SW, Rochester, MN 55902
 
  • When:  Thursday November 15th, from 5:30 pm - 7 pm. This is a “drop in event”
That is NOT the question.
 
Dear Fellow Rotarians,
As winter draws near and we celebrate Rotary International (RI) Foundation Month, I would be remiss in my duties as your past President if I did not remind you to consider giving to the foundation this month.
Way back when, several years ago when the Kwik Trip Scrip program was rolled out by then-Rotarian Brian Welke, I’ll admit – I didn’t get it!  In fact, for probably close to two years, I didn’t get it.  I would buy a $100 card to keep as a “rainy day” card for when money was tight, and I needed gas.
 
It never occurred to me that this was a way to pre-pay for my gas each month while helping Rotary do good things at the same time.  With little or no effort on my part, frankly!
 
Then one day, Elizabeth Karsell and I were talking about the program, she said, “You know, every time you buy a card, Rotary gets 5% right off the top. And another 5% if you buy something in the store.” Or something along those lines.
 
And the light bulb clicked on! 
 
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