Rotarian magazine features 5950’s cutting-edge clubs

One of the ways Rotary continues to grow is by adapting and creating cause-based clubs that unite people around a common purpose — whether it’s the environment, veterans issues or human trafficking. Rotary District 5950 Governor Tom Gump is at the forefront of this movement, helping to expand the reach of Rotary and to inspire action that improves community.

The August 2020 edition of The Rotarian magazine prominently features the word that District 5950 has done to create this community through case-based clubs. These clubs are able to bring new members in by harnessing people’s passions, allowing new members to join a club that suits their personal interests. They also provide an outlet for people with specific interests to actively serve their communities. By bringing people together with a passion for a cause, District 5950 is able to create partnerships that provide value both to members and their outside communities.


New Rotary year installs Ashfeld as president

Cheri Ashfeld will serve as the 2020-21 Rogers Rotary Club president. She has been involved with the club since its inception, writing the club newsletter since Fall 2005.

In her career, Ashfeld held communications positions at the MN Department of Human Services and Children’s Hospital-St. Paul. She uses these same skills in volunteer roles with Rotary District 5950, the Rogers club and her church.

For information about what Rotary is, how to visit a Rogers meeting, and how to join — email Cheri. 


In 15 years, Rogers Rotary has made a significant impact in the local community and created a strong reputation in Rotary District 5950. Join us! Use your vocational skills and personal commitment to service. Be involved in the local school district, senior programs,  and non-profit support. Experience international service by partnering with other Rotary clubs to secure grants and implement projects

Interested in membership? Contact club president Cheri Ashfeld


Join us for an outdoor celebration!

Rogers Rotary invites you to join us for an outdoor year-end celebration on Wednesday, June 24. We’ll meet at the normal 7 a.m. using picnic tables and lawn chairs outside the Rogers Community Room.

Come join the festivities:
– Year-end honors to President Dave Christian
– Paul Harris Fellowship presentations
– Recognition certificates
– and…the clubs very first Rotary International Major Donor Award!