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Mukwonago Rotary

Rotary: Making a Difference

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Sol de Mexico Restaurant
507 Main St.
Mukwonago, WI  53149
United States
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It was the club's honor to recognize Town of Mukwonago Police Chief Thomas Czarnecki as this year's Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.  As indicated in the linked article, Chief Czarnecki is well deserving and well respected by his department!  Congratulations!
On September 8, 2016, the Rotary Club of Mukwonago honored Lt Steven LaDue as Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.  Read more about the award
The 14th Annual Jack O' Lantern Jaunt along with a Halloween Haunt will be held on Friday, October 14th and Saturday, October 15th with the event opening to walkers each night at 6 PM and continuing to 9:30 PM.  
More information can be found at the event website:
See you there!
Jerry Peiffer takes over as 2016-2017 president of the club during the changing of the guard. And a thanks to Greg for his leadership this past year!
The Mukwonago Rotary Club is proud of our involvement in the Mukwonago School to Work program.  Nice article recently published in the Mukwonago Chief!
For the 5th consecutive year, Mukwonago High School will host a SIMPLE HOPE Pack a Thon on Feb 20th from 9:00 AM - 12:00 AM.  Along with other organizations, the Mukwonago Rotary club is sponsoring this year's event.  Participants commit to a one hour time block that morning and provide a $25 donation ($15 students) to pay for the food/supplies that are then transported to Tanzania for distribution to those in need.  More information and background can be seen in the included video and at
The 2015 Jack O' Lantern Jaunt & Halloween Haunt was another smashing success! Once again the Forster & Palatino families along with the Mukwonago Rotary Club organized the event to provide the Greater Mukwonago Community with a safe & fun Halloween event! Thousands of guests attended and the event raised funds for local community charitable organizations. A special thank you to the event sponsors!
The latest Playhouse to be won by a lucky raffle ticket buyer was delivered on July 29th!  Congratulations to our Winner!
On June 24th, 2015, the Rotary Club of Mukwonago held their Changing of the Guard ceremony and welcomed new President Greg Garasimowicz (left) who will serve during the 2015-2016 Rotary Year.  The club thanked & honored now past President Dwight Cruikshank (right) for serving two consecutive terms as club President!
On May 14th, 2015, the Rotary Club of Mukwonago celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the Club's Founding.  We were honored to have several of the original charter members (including two who are currently active) attend the celebration!  Photos from the event can be seen in the Photo Album section or by clicking here -

On March 28th, 2015, The Mukwonago Rotary Club & Mukwonago Lions Club held the 4th annual Seniors on the Go fundraising event and raised over $2,000.  Thanks to all who attended & supported!

The Mukwonago Rotary Club & Mukwonago Lions club held a successful fundraising event for Seniors on the Go raising nearly $3,000.  Thanks to all who attended & supported!



The Mukwonago Rotary Club hosted Breakfast with the Village President on Jan 30th. Thank you to Village of Mukwonago President Fred Winchowky for the update on the Village happenings, Espresso Love Coffee for the great breakfast, and a big thanks to all who attended.



The Mukwonago Rotary Club is proud to have been able to provide financial assistance in support of the Shelterbox program, most recently in support of Philippine Typhoon relief.  Please watch this information video detailing the difference the Shelterbox program can provide to those in need.

Thanks to a partnership with the Mukwonago Area Public Schools Education Foundation, the Mukwonago Rotary Club is sponsoring the latest construction of a "School to Work" House. 

 News of the Groundbreaking event can be found by clicking HERE

The latest photos can be found by clicking HERE

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As Rotarians we are often thanked for the work we do in the community, but many people don't realize the impact we make throughout the world.  
Recently the U.S. Senate recognized Rotary International for their efforts in eradicating polio.
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