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Cambridge-Isanti

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 11:45 AM
Wintergreen's Restaurant
306 Credit Union Drive
Isanti, MN  55040
United States of America
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  We are going to talk about a Rotary Christmas party at Brad and Steve's home on Thursday the 13th of December beginning at 6pm for the social hour and eating between 6:30 and 7pm.. We would supply the main course and attendees can bring a dish to share. We will nail this town at our meeting on November 29th if possible. This is just a heads up.
  

Thank you from Benedicte :  Dear Rotarians, Rotary Club of Cambridge - Isanti, Thank you for letting me be apart of Rotary this year and showing me what a Rotarian is!   Thanks for all the rides and my grad Party!  Loved being your exchange student and I'll miss all of you when I go back home to Norway!  Love   Benedicte Melandso

 

 
 
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The Trustees of The Rotary Foundation have identified six areas of focus for the new grant structure. These areas reflect critical humanitarian issues and needs that Rotarians are addressing worldwide. They will align Rotary with other international development efforts and will strategically further the Foundation's mission.
The Rotary Club of Cambridge-Isanti is part of Rotary International, a non-profit service club whose motto is 'Service Above Self.'
 
 
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Taste set up
Mar 28, 2019
At Spirit River Community Center