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Roseville Rotary Club


Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Radisson Roseville Hotel
2540 N. Cleveland Ave
Roseville, MN  55113
United States
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Welcome to our Rotary Club! 

This is an active, friendly, diverse group and we would love to have you visit us at any Monday club meeting. We look forward to an exciting year of Rotary fellowship and service. Come be a part of it!  Call the Rotary Office for further information at 651/636-9054.

  Terry Gilberstadt, President, 2018-19
   The Rotary Club of Roseville

Office located in the Roseville Professional Center
2233 Hamline Avenue North, Suite 620
Roseville MN  55113 651/636-9054

Jilla Nadimi , Julie Wearn
President Julie Wearn presented Jilla Nadimi, 2018 Queen of Snows, with a $3500 grant , which is one of two checks that will be presented.  The checks will go toward the Ice Block Promise program. Jilla shared the following information regarding the grant.
Jenny Hedal, Zander Randall, President Julie Wearn
At the Roseville Rotary meeting May 7, Zander Randall, accompanied by his mother Nancy Randall, was honored with the $2,045 Roland Wilsey college scholarship.
On Friday, April 20, 2018, Rotarians from District 5960, which covers south east and east metro Minnesota and western Wisconsin, met at the District Conference of Clubs at Mystic Lake Center for the annual celebration.
This year, there was more excitement in the air. The District introduced an awards program that recognized clubs for various categories and based on the size of the club – Large, Medium, or Small.
Linnea Solem, Julie Wearn
Guest speaker Linnea Solem of Maplewood spoke to Roseville Rotarians on April. 2 about the Lighthouse Relief program and her recent experiences visiting the Ritsona camp on the Island of Lesvos in Greece. Solem has also been to Tanzania, South Africa, and Morocco with relief programs.
Julie Wearn, Dr. Etienne Djevi, Hyon Kim, Kumar Tamanz
Terry Gilberstat introduced the program and speaker panel, Hyon Kim, Etienne Djevi and Kumar Tamanz. Today’s topic provided insights from the perspective of new Americans and looked at how we can be helpful in welcoming people to our community.

Please join us Monday, March 19, for our speakers Maggie Mau and Diana Dalsin for an informative discussion and update on Bridging.

Bridging, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serving the greater Twin Cities, provides donated furniture and household goods to families and individuals transitioning out of homelessness and poverty. Bridging gives hope – and for many – a leap toward financial stability for the first time. With locations in Roseville and Bloomington, Bridging is driven by volunteers and donations of basic home essential items from the community.

Since 1987, Bridging has served nearly 90,000 local Twin Cities households, and reduces landfill space by 10 million pounds each year.

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Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Executive Secretary/Director
Labor Day "No Meeting"
Sep 03, 2018
Off Site Meeting
Sep 10, 2018
Cedarholm Golf Course- Speaker Lonnie Brokke
Off Site Meeting
Sep 17, 2018
Bell Museum Guided Tour
Ann Frisch
Sep 24, 2018
Nuclear Power
Scott Wardell
Oct 01, 2018
Retiring in Turbulent Times
Rotation Day
Oct 15, 2018
No Meeting at Radisson Hotel
Andy Hass
Oct 22, 2018
Building Trust in the Workplace
Aldo Sicoli and Shari Thompson
Nov 05, 2018
School construction/remodeling update
Veteran's Day Speaker
Nov 12, 2018
Emily Conroy
Nov 26, 2018
World Encounter
Bethany Husby
Dec 17, 2018
Tanzania School Project
Holiday - No Meeting
Dec 24, 2018
Holiday - No Meeting
Dec 31, 2018
Holiday - No Meeting
Jan 21, 2019
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Executive Secretary/Director
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