Posted on Sep 28, 2019
Sergeant of Arms Schedule
October 2019 - Mike Mikks/ Mary Kamarainen
Nvember 2019 - Barry Stock/ Jimley Harris
December 2019 - Tom Hutchinson/ Drew Christensen
January 2020 - Janet Williams / Lawrence Sandoval
February  2020 - Lee Watson/ Nancy Allen
March 2020 - Tammy Johnson/Rodney Seurer
April 2020 - Bob Coughlen/Dan Kimmel
May 2020 - Barry Stock/Mary Kamarainen 
June 2020 - Yvonne Anderson/Brad Larson 
 
Sgt. of Arm Responsibilities 
Arrive just before noon
1. Set up the name tags, pig, & cash box
2. Great Rotarians and guests
3. Attendance form/punch cards/money 
4. Count the dollars including pig
5. Pack up our supplies
other duties include helping the President with meeting
12:15 ring bell
Lead the Pledge of Allegiance/President 
Help with any introductions of guests
Lead the 4 Way test
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sergeant at Arms Schedule Yvonne Anderson 2019-09-28 05:00:00Z 0
Posted on Nov 06, 2018
November 1 - 21
The Savage Rotary is collecting new and gently used boys and girls snowpants, winter jackets, hats and mittens.
 
The donation boxes are at Kleinbank, Savage City Hall, Savage Library and ReMax Realty in Downtown Prior Lake.
We will be working with our local schools to ensure the children have warm outwear for the winter.
 
 
Winter Clothing Drive Yvonne Anderson 2018-11-06 06:00:00Z 0
The Savage Rotary and Bridging want to extend our most heart felt thank you, to all those Savage Residents who donated furniture, housewares, linens, kitchen and bath essentials during the Spring 2018 Savage Recycling Day. We look forward to our 2019 event at Community Park.
The Savage Rotary Club is honored to partner with the City of Savage and Bridging to have an impact for our community. To learn more about Bridging www.bridging.org/
 
The Savage Rotary and Bridging Event Yvonne Anderson 2018-07-27 05:00:00Z 0

Our Priorities

Woman with child - Dominican Republic
School children wash their hands a fountain provided by Rotary International at an elementary school in Les Cayes, Haiti. Photo by Alyce Henson/Getty Images.
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